I dropped this review because I had a writer’s block and I partially felt like this post didn’t belong on my blog, but now I want to get rid of everything I have written before. Not the mention that I actually mention the media of Visual Novels in my “About Me” page, so I should just put up with all the criticism (if any). That said, this review is a year old and my opinion might already have expired by now, but I hope it still gives some enlightenment on the matter.
[I don’t have many screenshots when it comes to games, so I’m posting BGM music instead.]
This is just a quick notice that I’m taking a small break from blogging until the end of the winter break. Although I say quick, in the heat of my writing I just had to write my thoughts about a peculiar Visual Novelist. See below.
I had my finals of the first semester the past two weeks, so I did not really have the time to blog (let alone working on translations!). And as I only have a mini laptop right now, I’m unable to watch anything 720p or higher or to play any interesting games. In other words, I’m really bored at the moment, although I still have some things to take care of in the holidays: my university thought it was a good idea to place deadlines and resits in the midst of the holidays.
You might have noticed my new main banner, which is taken from this promotional video of Little Busters!
The moment we were all – at least I – was waiting for. After at least 4 and a half years, it finally gets its own anime adaptation (and this is not a joke). For the people who are unaware of what this masterpiece actually is: It’s yet another melodramatic Visual Novel produced by KEY, who have also done Air, Kanon and Clannad (and Angel Beats, but that one does not fit in the melodramatic timeline, as it’s more or less an individual creation by Jun Maeda. And then there’s also Rewrite, but we’ll hear about that adaptation after some years). Anyway, a short synopsis about the plot of Little Busters!: