The Music of Katawa Shoujo

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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by Mute » Fri Nov 15, 2013 7:30 am

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Am I the only one who opened up KS and started playing Cold Iron upon seeing this image?
You just lost the game.

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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by hitman555z » Fri Nov 15, 2013 7:58 pm

Mute wrote:
hitman555z wrote:
Silentcook wrote:Thread merging happened, yo. Don't panic. :!:
http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb2 ... espair.png
Am I the only one who opened up KS and started playing Cold Iron upon seeing this image?
ditto, but i used my phone.
no hidden message in here

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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by sennit » Sat Nov 16, 2013 4:14 am

While on the look for another great VN, I found the composer of the Katawa Shoujo music is helping with another VN in the works. So that particular story-line should have a sweet, sweet music accompaniment.

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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by Xanatos » Sat Nov 16, 2013 4:12 pm

sennit wrote:While on the look for another great VN, I found the composer of the Katawa Shoujo music is helping with another VN in the works. So that particular story-line should have a sweet, sweet music accompaniment.
Hopefully the story is worthy of it.
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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by AMerePerson » Sat Nov 16, 2013 7:02 pm

sennit wrote:While on the look for another great VN, I found the composer of the Katawa Shoujo music is helping with another VN in the works. So that particular story-line should have a sweet, sweet music accompaniment.
Could I ask what it is?

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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by sennit » Sat Nov 16, 2013 8:39 pm

AMerePerson wrote:
sennit wrote:While on the look for another great VN, I found the composer of the Katawa Shoujo music is helping with another VN in the works. So that particular story-line should have a sweet, sweet music accompaniment.
Could I ask what it is?
I believe it is called Driftwood. Its supposedly due for release sometime next year, for free at that. And I'm big on free VN's :)

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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by MegaMoto » Sun Nov 17, 2013 11:01 pm

sennit wrote:
AMerePerson wrote:
sennit wrote:While on the look for another great VN, I found the composer of the Katawa Shoujo music is helping with another VN in the works. So that particular story-line should have a sweet, sweet music accompaniment.
Could I ask what it is?
I believe it is called Driftwood. Its supposedly due for release sometime next year, for free at that. And I'm big on free VN's :)
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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by pandaphil » Fri Jan 03, 2014 10:17 pm

sennit wrote:
AMerePerson wrote:
sennit wrote:While on the look for another great VN, I found the composer of the Katawa Shoujo music is helping with another VN in the works. So that particular story-line should have a sweet, sweet music accompaniment.
Could I ask what it is?
I believe it is called Driftwood. Its supposedly due for release sometime next year, for free at that. And I'm big on free VN's :)
Hopefully the soundtrack will be available.
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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by Potato » Sat Jan 04, 2014 9:50 pm

sennit wrote:
AMerePerson wrote:
sennit wrote:While on the look for another great VN, I found the composer of the Katawa Shoujo music is helping with another VN in the works. So that particular story-line should have a sweet, sweet music accompaniment.
Could I ask what it is?
I believe it is called Driftwood. Its supposedly due for release sometime next year, for free at that. And I'm big on free VN's :)
Oh hell, Driftwood...A.K.A "Generic KS Clone: The Visual Novel"
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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by Steinherz » Sat Jan 04, 2014 10:10 pm

Potato wrote:Oh hell, Driftwood...A.K.A "Generic KS Clone: The Visual Novel"
And Katawa Shoujo is "Generic Visual Novel #945" so yeah. Don't knock other VNs because "inspired by" != "the same as"
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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by pandaphil » Sun Jan 05, 2014 1:41 am

I'm willing to give it a look, even if its a clone. As long as its a good and not just an unimaginative copy.
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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by Steinherz » Sun Jan 05, 2014 1:45 am

pandaphil wrote:I'm willing to give it a look, even if its a clone. As long as its a good and not just an unimaginative copy.
Seeing as how it's not about crippled girls, and set in America, it's nowhere near a clone.
I write take a look, would you kindly?
I also draw, kind of.
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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by Potato » Sun Jan 05, 2014 4:01 am

Steinherz wrote:
pandaphil wrote:I'm willing to give it a look, even if its a clone. As long as its a good and not just an unimaginative copy.
Seeing as how it's not about crippled girls, and set in America, it's nowhere near a clone.
Bland rehash of a better product then, if you want to be literal about it. Nothing I've seen or read about it here or elsewhere shows me anything to set it apart as interesting or unique meanwhile what I have seen and read screams 'uninspired inferior rendition of KS" so my expectations are set for what I see. If the final product - if there ever is one, considering the tenuous-at-best fates of many Kickstarter projects - proves otherwise, good for it. Until then...At least the music should be pretty great.
I love the interpretation of Pac-Man where he's a just a lowly worker retrieving golf balls left all over the course by the rich masters and the ghosts are all previous workers who got conked on the head and killed by incoming golf balls in the line of duty.

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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by pandaphil » Sun Jan 05, 2014 4:43 am

Wasn't there a VN in the works about a school for people with mental conditions?
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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by forgetmenot » Sun Jan 05, 2014 6:58 am

pandaphil wrote:Wasn't there a VN in the works about a school for people with mental conditions?
Mentaru Shoujo, or as it's now called, Missing Stars. I know one of the writers for it.

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