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Thursday, November 23rd, 2006
8:05 am
a|togther 2006 Update
As reported on Haeleth's main website, the majority of a|together's translations have just been released:


My main favourite is OMGWTFOTL.
8:02 am


Note... for all ye pirates out there..... Mirror moon will, like NNL before them, not condone the packing of their patch with image files of the Tsukihime CD, so, even if its hard to get this game, pelase respect the wishes of the fansubbers, and release them seperately. We don't want any toruble, as the state of this industry is already bad as it is.


Anyway... yes... Tsukihime has been released by Mirror Moon, and if you'rein posession of the game that is already out of stock.... then go download it now !

One thing to note, for all those wary of erotic content, is that a non-ero version is also included, so you can play without feeling icky.
7:57 am
OEL Visual Novels: The Final Waltz Trilogy
In order to update this community, each subsequent update will be focused on only one piece of news/topic concerning ren'ai, eroge and visual novels in general. Although some may find this annnoying, this community hardly gets updates. Also, every week, assuming there are no geenrla pdates, a topic of interest will be raised for discussion, as well an eroge for dicussion (though not for review... another community was amde for that)





With this in mind..... will OEL visual novels really work ? Most anime/manga fans disapporve of OEL works, and I wodner if visual novels will be any different. That being said, the Final Wlatz demo has a lot to offer.
Saturday, October 7th, 2006
10:43 am
Kana Little SIster Review on YouTube

Since nothing's happened for a while, I felt like posting this here:

This review for Kana Little SIster has been up for a few months, and a Private Nurse review is currently underway.

I personally can't wait for it.

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2005
4:17 pm
Icon request: Kira -Snowdrop-
I would post this on a general request board, but right now the Kira -Snowdrop- fandom consists of about ten people, five of who also follow the Ren_ai community.

And so if anyone else has played this visual novel (http://altogether.insani.org/2005) and is willing to make an icon from it, let me know. Read more...Collapse )
Wednesday, July 27th, 2005
12:18 am
Ohhh, one quick question: Does anyone know who voiced Taka and Kana in the brief segment they were in in "Crescendo"? I've been trying to look it up but haven't found anything so far ._.;;

Tuesday, July 26th, 2005
11:57 pm
Ren'ai game icons
:x incase any of you want some, I've made a bunch of icons... I've actually made more than this, but I'm not going to post the ones I made for my private use ^^;;;;;;

Kana Little Sister | 2
Yami to Boushi to Hon no Tabibito | 2
Let's Meow Meow! | 1
Sorauta | 1
Kao no nai Tsuki | 3

Follow the cut~Collapse )

I actually have a few more (mostly from Azrael) but a lot of those are old and I don't really like them anymore ^^;;;;;;;
Also, the template for most of these came from Dojie's Icons, which had closed last I heard.
Sunday, January 9th, 2005
8:03 pm
Just curious...
Since the anime of Air juuu~uuust started coming out... does anybody know if there are any LJ communities to do with Air? The game, the anime, whatever. If I do a LJ interest search for Air it tends to come up with a lot of unrelated things...

Have an icon,

Current Mood: blah
Sunday, December 26th, 2004
5:42 pm
Does anyone have Tokimeki Memorial 2 they could send me as well as the emulator for it or send me a link to get it? Thanks so much ^^

Current Mood: bored
Wednesday, December 1st, 2004
2:51 am
New D3 Publisher's Girl Game!
Hi I think this is the first time I've posted here... but since somebody has to do it XD... D3 Publisher (the makers of many ren-ai games for girls) is bringing out a new game on Dec 22nd (just about the same time as Harukanaru toki no naka de 3!) - it's called Bokumatsurenka Shinsengumi. The link is: http://www.d3p.co.jp/shinsengumi/ It's samurai-based and has several famous seiyu (voice actors)!
If you're not familiar with D3, here are some links to some of their other games are:



They've also made a few Simple 2000 games...

(If you go to the top, right of the site, you can choose the not so great "English" option...^_^;)

As far as I know, none of their games have ever come out in English but they are one of the few publishers that are consistently making girls' ren-ai for systems (not just computers). I recommend... if you speak Japanese, that is(!)
Wednesday, November 24th, 2004
11:16 pm
Does anyone have any pictures, info, or anything at on on Mel from Angelique Etoile? I am also looking for his song, Mirai Kara no Dengon. Could someone send that to me? My IM is jiyuflowerchild. Thank you ^^ (crossposted sorta)

Current Mood: hopeful
Saturday, October 9th, 2004
4:19 pm
More fun dating sim demos and downloads
It's been months since I added my list of suggested good games on this community. So as I try to breathe new life into it, I want to begin by mentioning more demos and inexpensive, easy to find things. If anyone's looking for interesting things in English from the bishoujo game community, some of these will hopefully help! Read more...Collapse )

Current Mood: okay
Monday, July 26th, 2004
8:00 am
Non-adult games that I recommend
Hello everyone watching ren_ai. I joined this community a few days ago, and I figured since things are quiet, I should post something personal and useful.

Just within the last week on the Megatokyo forums, there have been three or four people asking for good non-adult bishoujo games in English. So I figured I should create a list that covers the worthwhile ones I've seen. They're often R rated, but many of them are quite good.

1. The Wind Breath of Heart demo, available from No Name Losers at http://atocha.mit.edu/nnl. Not bad... I was worried that this might be a game that didn't live up to its hype, but the demo told a fairly good story. Once I have the ability to buy it, I may track down the full game with Celga or some similar auction service, since Eroshift is still working on it.

2. Black Pencil - http://www.manga.sk/atp/index.html. An even better homemade game. The person has a small b-game encyclopedia too.

3. Tales of Lemma - http://www.lemmasoft.net. Still watching the creator's other projects, which could be even better. There is a very promising second game in the works as of late July 2004.

4. The beta translation of Princess Maker 2 can be downloaded from http://www.the-underdogs.org. Just watch out for those popups, and read the site instructions. Not everyone will like this complex simulation, but after taking some time to get used to it, I found it intriguing.

5. Http://www.RightStuf.com has the R-rated game Graduation in stock for $8. Again, a niche game - but one that some people will find addicting.

6. Thousand Arms and Harvest Moon, especially the Playstation translation of the latter game.

7. It may be hard to find even in Japanese auctions, and hard to use with an emulator, but you might be able to find a copy of Bloody Bride for the Japanese Playstation. There is a fan translation for this one.

8. Muto Anime's games. The demo downloads don't always work, but I hope to get both Together and Together Forever soon.

9. For more bishoujo spinoffs, look for the Ai Yori Aoshi, To Heart, and Comic Party manga titles. Ai Yori is just as bishoujo-like as Love Hina though slightly more serious, and it's not bad. And To Heart is just pleasant fun. The Comic Party manga absolutely *rocked*, and the Party Time spinoff might be good. Also looking forward to the upcoming Tsukihime Lunar Legend and Sentimental Graffiti anime DVDs.

10. My most recent discovery - Kasuka. Thanks to another topic here, I found it at http://www.darkpathways.co.uk/hosted/Kasuka.zip. It's low key, funny, and it has its own amusing mini-arcade game.

And finally, many people have mentioned there are many more good non-adult ren'ai titles in Japanese. After hearing so much, I'm inclined to believe them. Going from the reviews, one would think the partially fan-translated Kanon (which has its own all-ages version at Himeya Shop) would be the bishoujo equivalent of a Miyazaki movie. For me, the comparison is accurate - I heard so many positive things that every second would've had to be impossibly good. (For example, the movie Laputa was not not perfect, but it's the best one I've seen so far.) As I said before, in Kanon it took until the "Ayu runs into a tree" bit for me to find the game more than vaguely amusing. Still, ten or a hundred ren'ai game fans can't be wrong.

Anyway, thanks for listening. Just thought I should add my thoughts to this topic. When I'm not broke someday soon, I might look for Air or some of the other games that have a fan translation on the way. I encourage others to do the same.
For example, Revolve Translations might be able to get Vagrants into completion. These could be very good games.

-the Taiyaki Fan
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Current Mood: artistic
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