Can i have a good first Visual Novel /a/ ?
I dropped Katawa in the beggining of hanako route
There's a Katawa Shoujo thread in /v/ too. Times are changing and things hated and feared are being accepted again.
go die you fucking faggot
Why the girl with drills cuts her hair?
http://vndb.org/v1292 is pretty good.
Fate Stay Night?
This doesn't belong on /a/ either way. Sage'd
This is a screenshot from the by far best translated VN. Decide for yourself whether or not it is a medium you want to get into.
Visual novels are for /jp/, unless said visual novel has an anime adaptation.
Rule 5 of /a/:
Japanese visual novels should be posted in >>>/jp/, and Western on >>>/vg/.
This doesn't belong here.
Translated go on /vg/
Untranslated go on /jp/
Anyone replying should sage or fuck off.
He isn't asking about KS, read his comment.
Why does /a/ and /jp/ always get so mad when KS is being mentioned? Does it bother that westerners can do visual novels too? What I've been seeing, /v/ and even those assholes at /b/ don't really care about KS anymore and ignore it.
Because it doesn't belong on here or /jp/.
Plus the fanbase is the worst of the worst.
We're not mad, we're just not interested. See rule 5. Posting off-topic isn't allowed, are we dicks for following rules?
I don't care if people hate or like it but it belongs on /vg/
Yes anon, they have been circlejerking for two years now.
It means that it's the 2028th thread of that type.
Grisaia no Kajitsu
G Senjou no maou
Saya no Uta
Nobody wants to go to that hugbox circlejerk of tripfags for discussion of KS
Yeah i got that, it was a statement of disbelief
So I'm doing my frist VN and its called Planetarian and now three hours in I realised it has a so called "static story". Is it worth completing? Also is it bad for my first VN?
It is a kinetic novel where you don't get to make choices.
>Is it worth completing?
Saya No Uta and Fate/Stay Night are both good starting points.
Well /v/ got almost a completely new userbase since 2011, since all of the remnants left.