That's also the only one of their Steam releases that I haven't gotten around to buying. I even own DareSora.Somehow I already own most of Sol Press' titles on Steam. Only My Fair Princess left.
If Sol Press somehow managed to sell off their licences, hopefully it won't be Shiravune which gets it, since I'm not so keen on the whole Johren and DRM thing.
What shocked me the most at first glance is that some people play VN in a windows. I mean, it’s not incredible per se but I have always been the opposite. The feeling of having a game in a windows which is itself in the windows that is my monitor is whyohwhy.Interesting post about how people read VNs from the devs of The Sekimeiya:
Introduction Hey, this is Arsym, lead programmer for The Sekimeiya: Spun Glass. It's hard to believe, but it's been 6 months since the beta was released . To celebrate, we're publishing a statistical...trinitite-team.itch.io
Incidentially, The Sekimeiya is probably worth keeping an eye on if you enjoy mystery VNs, being one of the highest rated EVNs on VNDB at this point.
I play them in a window, because I stream them to my tablet (and having them in fullscreen results in some cutoff image).What shocked me the most at first glance is that some people play VN in a windows. I mean, it’s not incredible per se but I have always been the opposite. The feeling of having a game in a windows which is itself in the windows that is my monitor is whyohwhy.
So if you do this, can you tell me what’s the point ? I can imagine several, like keeping with the game res or easy multitasking, but curious.
Technically with older VNs I always use windowed mode and then use Lossless Scaling to make it fullscreen. Although, on a 1440p screen, I will still get letterboxes due to their native width which is almost always less than 720.So if you do this, can you tell me what’s the point ?
It's more likely that the asteroid that wiped out dinosaurs spontaneously recombines, teleports and crashes into Earth again, killing every single living being than Tsukihime getting an offcial English release.like I say I think i'm being thick, so we are getting an english translation but not on Steam?
like I say I think i'm being thick, so we are getting an english translation but not on Steam?
There's still no news about a steam release right? I might cave in and buy it from jastI've finished the Hero route of Muramasa.
I think this is one of the best routes in any VN I've ever had the pleasure of reading. The clashing of ideas between Ichijou's ideal of justice and Kageaki's true understanding of The Law of Balance is definitely a philosophical debate for the ages. Ginseigo played no small part in sparking the revelation in Kageaki's mind. What happened to Yusa Doshin's page and her family was also quite horrific, but also act as a catalyst to Ichijou's true understanding of her father's final lesson. It echoes a similar truth as The Law of Balance: it will destroy both evil and good. This theme is powerful, masterfully written and encourage the reader to question their own sense of justice.
The combat between Kageaki and Ginseigo was rather short compared to the others, though. Which kind of makes sense, since she's not the true final boss of this route. I feel like the most intense musha combat so far is Kageaki versus Sorimachi, followed by Kageaki versus Mizuhi. And speaking of intense: Masamune is insane lmao. Probably the only tsurugi in existence capable of mutilating his own pilot and transforming them into weapons.
The feel of the ending feels a lot like a true ending. It is not a "happy" one by any means, since Yamato is far from peaceful, and the supposed "hero" is merely a little else than a sellsword, but the message remains powerful as any other: the pursuit of true justice is eternal, and perhaps not even exist.
Looking forward to reading the next route tonight.
I'll definitely buy it again on Steam if it ever gets published there.I might cave in and buy it from jast
It's quite unsettling because of the preceding heartwarming scene, but at the same time, I can't help shaking the feeling that something will be going down at any moment. And then it happened.Also, fuck the monk
I can tell you that it goes places.Each chapter is more engrossing than the last and I can’t wait to see where it goes next.
I've enjoyed some amazing VN content this year between Sengoku Rance, Rance Quest Magnum, Muv-Luv TDA and now Muramasa.I can tell you that it goes places.
Definitely a GOTY contender. Azure is still on the top of the list, but I'll be damned if something else can unseat Muramasa from its firm #2 spot.
I don't think so, but I don't think I've bought any Shiravune releases since they started using Denuvo on Johren.
I cannot comment on the actual accuracy, but the few VNs of theirs that I've read were either pleasant to read (Marco and MWA) or pretty stilted (Iwaihime).Come to think of it, Shiravune has released one title per month on Steam since July. I reckon they're mostly short moege titles, but are the localisation actually decent?
It is all ages and I highly recommend it! One of my favorite little VNs. Short, sweet, high production values, amazing music, and memorable. The story will not win any awards and reminds me of something else, but I still think it was good.Marco ? And the galaxy dragon ? It looks fun, was this a 18+ title originally ? How is it ?
Perfect, it was already on my watch list for the December Steam sale to play on the Deck.It is all ages and I highly recommend it! One of my favorite little VNs. Short, sweet, high production values, amazing music, and memorable. The story will not win any awards and reminds me of something else, but I still think it was good.
I need to pick up the soundtrack(s) one of these days still.