Would you watch it and which studio would you like producing it?
Shit game was shit. Actually the game was good enough, but the puzzles were stupidly easy and the plot was horrific.
How would any studio pull off the bottom screen being Akane's narration and the top being Junpei's narration during completely different time periods?
SHAFT would find a way.
The only studio that could even think of pulling that off would be SHAFT.
But it still just doesn't suit an anime form well.
Easy, focus the camera on the sudoku puzzle and keep switching back and forth between Junpei and Akane's perspectives. Alternatively, keep it in Akane's time and have a ghosty Junpei there helping here out. There's a bunch of ways to do it.
One thing they could never do, however, is adapt VLR without spoiling something. It is pretty much impossible.
Every method in your post spoils that Akane was in the last nonary game.
I was focusing on the last puzzle; I assumed that's what the post meant because that's the only time it matters. As for the rest, they just wouldn't, it doesn't work in anime.
>One thing they could never do, however, is adapt VLR without spoiling something. It is pretty much impossible.
So true. Can't imagine how anyone could pull that off without some sixth sense magic
in what conceivable way would an adaptation work?
how could it possibly be better or even a substitute for playing the game?
if my pencil case has an 2D character on it, should they adapt my pencil case into an anime?
Why did Clover(?) turn into a whore? Who thought this was a good decision? Inb4 spoilers.
too many dicks
That gets rid of the entire "June is seeing this story in the now" you idiot.
No because I want Junpei and June to be together. An animu means I have to re-live them being on a cat-mouse chase.
LNs and VNs get adapted. I don't understand the point of your post.