wazuzu wrote:there are people in the streets.
Those people should probably get houses then. Or at least laptops, so they can play KS.
How do you play KS on a house? I can't force mine even to boot up.
forgetmenot wrote:But then you get into the realm of possibilities wherein the following exchange takes place: "Soooo my friend recommended this anime game and I played it and there's like full-on sex scenes with crippled girls. Dude's into some weird shit. Let's never talk to him again."
It's a damned if you do, damned if you don't kind of situation. Personally I think the best way to discover KS is on your own. Or recommended by a friend who knows you well enough that you won't be immediately put off by an anal scene with a loli-type legless girl in a track shed.
Pretty much this. You can't get a girl to play KS unless she wants to. And she doesn't.
I know, it looks like I am speaking for all the girls out there, but you know, most "normal" people are full of prejudices about disabled people, and there is nothing we (as fans of KS) can do at the first place. And if most boys have easier time discussing such things with other boys, most (most as in 99.99%) girls don't. Just think of it, a girl should pass 3 barriers - cripple disgust, the way visual novel is organized (I am speaking of static images, appearing text and a constant need to click, because auto-reading sucks. That is a major turn-off for at least 60% of my friends)
, and ease of discussion - to read it. Or they can just download some drama starring Jared Leto or Johnny Depp or Orlando Bloom or whatever, sit back and get the same feels (+ crotch wetness) out of it. They don't have a reason to do it at the first place- unless they are genuinely interested beforehand, in which case we can only make it worse.