Lieutori

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  1. Oh, I'm aware but I still enjoyed Cannonball and will probably enjoy Yuri Ghosts, just not to the extent as I did with their other titles. But yeah, after Gahkthun and Yuri Ghosts, I hope their other titles will get brought over. Fairytale Requiem and Fairytale Encore look interesting so I hope they're next in line along with the remaining WAB games and Kusarihime.
  2. My personal top 5 would be: 1: Muv-Luv Trilogy 2: Forest 3: Sekien no Inganock 4: Sharin no Kuni 5: Shikkoku no Sharnoth Heh, I tend to like VNs that have a really developed setting. Liar-Soft titles really scratches my itch for detailed settings and extremely abstract stories, haha. They're not for everyone but I highly recommend them if you are interested in VNs with a more unique narrative and storytelling style than a lot of Japanese media.
  3. How did you first get into Muv-Luv?

    Sometime after I had a surgery, I just laid in bed all day recovering and browsing /a/ when G-Senjou no Maou's fan TL was just released. I read it and I started to frequent the VN fan translation scene after that, which led to me discovering Muv-Luv Alternative's fan TL soon when it was released. I suddenly remembered its opening movie that I happened to come across on YouTube a few years before since I really liked JAM Project's song but I didn't have a clue about what Muv-Luv really was at the time. It was getting a lot of hype and I remember seeing that CG where the Takemikazuchi was holding a Grappler head and thinking it was awesome so I just had to read it. Needless to say, after a long marathon of the trilogy, I just fell in love with the series and the rest is history.
  4. Yep this is my first physical VN! I've played all of my VNs digital so far, mainly because there are only a few series I'd spend extra money on for a physical. I've bought stuff like eden* on Steam or MangaGamer's other VNs through their site but I'd only considering buying things like Muv-Luv, Liar-Soft's Steampunk series, or certain other ones physically if I had the chance. Though if a console only title I'm interested in were to come over, I'd probably buy it physically cause I don't like purchasing digital games on consoles.