I just finished Katawa Shoujo. It was my first visual novel.
How is shit like this even considered a videogame? It's literally a fucking illustrated virtual book. Literally a visual novel. Fuck off Japan. Is there anything similar with more player dictated courses? I hear there are some you can upgrade stats like charisma and intelligence à la Fallout, is that true?
I'm finding it hard to comprehend your point, it's like you decided to talk about a visual novel is being too much of a visual novel..
Why didn't you play an actual video game ya doofus if you wanted rpg elements.
Your pic is as dumb as you are.
>a visual novel is literally a visual novel
what the fuck else were you expecting? a visual novel isn't some broad genre like an RPG
I just finished Call of Duty. It was my first FPS.
How is shit like this even considered a videogame? It's literally a shooter from the first person perspective. Literally a first person shooter. Fuck off America. Is there anything similar with more player dictated courses? I hear there are some you can upgrade stats like charisma and intelligence à la Fallout, is that true?
I saw this a while back but just thought some anon made the video, not that it was a real project. If it really does get made, KetAi will become a true piece of /a/ meme realization alongside KS.
/a/ created the original story.
I'm not really sure how it's turning into an anime, but it's entirely true /a/ made the story.
I swear only newfags say this to try and sound cool for being "in the know" about the project. Virtually all the concept art and story ideas in KS were created in /a/ threads. To keep the projects going, the team communicated primarily outside of 4chan. However, the writers and devs regularly asked for input in threads. That took place for the very short time span until the game was completed. KS threads were posted in /a/ so often, they became a bannable offense because the hype/spam was unprecedented. The creators of KS were as much of "4channers" as anyone can claim to be. You don't call yourselves "4-leaf studios" and slap a big clover on it to show how much you don't use 4chan.
I can't stand games with an overabundance of dialogue and cutscenes, and even turn-based RPGs are too "static" and text-heavy for me to enjoy, but I enjoyed KS knowing it's pretty much a book with pictures of cute anime grills. Sorry you didn't like it, OP. Did you do every route?
Rin > Hanako ( = Misha) > Lilly > Emi > Shitzune
>I hear there are some you can upgrade stats like charisma and intelligence à la Fallout, is that true?
I'd actually be interested in this as well, even though KS is the only VN I've "played" since they're all too damn Japanese for me.
It's not turning into an anime you retard, the video is from an unrelated source, and would certainly not be a "TV Anime" even if it was like the video implies, and NLS distanced itself from the already minor involvements /a/ had in the creation of KS. It wasn't the beautiful board-wide development effort you're trying to make it out to be.
>It's literally a fucking illustrated virtual book. Literally a visual novel.
Congratulations you understand words.
>Is there anything similar with more player dictated courses?
Phoenix Wright, I guess
Also, KS is very much babby's first VN, there are much more complicated ones out there.
Maybe try Long Live the Queen if you want stat management.
>It was my first visual novel
>Literally a visual novel
thanks op, I needed that laugh
>You press a button, something happens. That's a video game. It's a medium that reacts to your inputs.
We could avoid so much autistic bullshit if everyone just agreed on this.
>even considered a videogame
it's a visual NOVEL
anyone considering this a game is an autist
you READ them, not PLAY them
that being said, some VNs have awesome story and are well worth time spent reading them
The only VN I played was Slave Market or what was it from Illusion. I just read the story, then I got to the pig rape scene, finished what I came to do in the first place and deleted it. VNs are shit, just read a manga if you're that desperate for korean comix books.