Gentlemen. Let's leave the harpoons in the umbrella stand, and leave the conversation civil.
And Rincewind, sir. You have my sympathy just for trying the game, while not Anime lover yourself.
My thought exactly, after releasing the 1'st act. Back then I had this idea in my head, how wonderfull it would be to see the minute details of the characters' struggles with everyday life, on top of their personal, and romantical issues. I hoped for the full release to include just that. The Dev's took another route. Main theme is "not defined by".RincewindWizzard wrote:I mean wouldn't this story be more interesting if you added some realistic aspect to it and tried depicting the hard life's of people with severe disablements in the real world rak
And the amount of writing, well. You are pushed into the head of main protagonist, and exposed to his constant internal monologue, and undirectly to the train of thoughts of the person he's trying to understand. It might be intimidating to see it on the screen, but still, it is the wall of text, that is leaving you watching the ending credits at 4:30 am, trying to remember if you had lunch yesterday, or not. Because the main thing KS does is putting you a low one in the guts... emotionally. If you're not hit, too bad. Missed the experienced. Can go on with your life now. No hard feelings, really. It's not a fap material. It's pulp romance for boys (and girls too I guess).
If I ever had a http://i.pinger.pl/pgr480/e765fcfc00201 ... dorrar.jpgmirrion dorrar I might try to beg/bribe/threat Devs into letting a remake to be done, with unprecedentedly thorough consultations on disability side of things, and with a thousand of hollywood's best monkeys mashing the keys of a thousand prime typewriters, rewriting the script. It wouldn't match the original though, in term of feelings induced.
Edit: With a mirriard, I would make Kojima do it.