So when does this (the visual novel) actually get good? It seems horribly cliche and the writing is like a narutard turned moefag is writing their own OC.
Should I just skip to Saya no Uta and hope that the visual novel medium isn't just weeb fan service or is there a point where it actually becomes enjoyable?
It took me 3 years to get through the fate route. It was so boring.
Now should I skip UBW since Ufo's adaptation has been recent enough so far and go straight to HF? I'm playing the VNDS port so all routes are unlocked from the get-go
>hope that the visual novel medium isn't just weeb fan service
Sorry, that's all you get with visual novels. You'll always run into people like moogy who will claim that eroge is on the same level as what orson welles did to film or what beethoven did with music though. Except Hotel Dusk that was the shit
You think I'm a psychic? I don't know if you are in the prologue, beginning of the fate route, middle of the route or wherever the fuck so how do you expect me to tell you it get better or if it's just not for you? Keep at it or drop it, it's your call.
I read novels. I've read the entire wheel of time series in a month and a half. I have no issues with reading something if it's good.
Except there are actually some really amazing anime (Mushishi, Samurai X, LotGH, Ghibli, Shin Sekai Yori, Paranoia Agent)
This has been hailed as one of the best visual novels.
You would definitely enjoy Saya no Uta more. It's only like a 5 hour VN and it's got a pretty good story(i actually really loved it but /a/ would probably shit on me if I said the story was great) with blood and guts and lolis.
That's really early, most of the major player in the war haven't even being introduced yet and frankly I wasn't really into it at that point either ad now I've read most of the Nasuverse stuff. Give it a fair chance and it might win you
The Miyazaki guy randomly took one property of anime, animation quality, and declared it the most important thing.
I randomly took one property of books, font quality and beauty of letters, and declared it the most important thing.
Try proving that this arbitrary declaration wasn't legitimate.