カレーまみれ勇者の冒険 Curry Chronicles

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It looks like Muv-Luv Alternative Total Eclipse VN is coming…

http://www.siliconera.com/2012/06/26/more-muv-luv-for-xbox-360-lots-of-luv-for-ps3/

According to Siliconera, it’s gonna be released for PS3 and Xbox360. The original Muv-Luv and Alternative are also gonna be ported to PS3. From what I’ve noticed, if a visual novel makes it onto PS3 (instead of staying on the 360 and being forgotten), it’s probably doing really well. Which is not often, seeing as how the PS3 only has Umineko and White Album for notable VNs. Oh yeah, if it’s getting an anime, then it’s getting ported to a console. Go figure. Although the TE visual novel isn’t a port.

I can import the PS3 version since it’s region-free, but damn exchange rate and Japanese game prices in general. I’d prefer a PC version, since I’d be able to use Translation Aggregator for that, which makes Japanese text 30% less painful to go through. The writer is Yoshimune Kouki, right? It better be him.


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12/16

I shall contribute to the birthday art. I wanted to draw Yuuhi and Takeru too, but I’m not hard-working enough for drawings of over one person.

Also, those pilot suits are a pain in the ass to draw. I wanted to draw it with some rips like her h-scene in Unlimited, but my ero-level is too low.


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MuvLuv Alternative Chronicles – Confession

I cried. Yoshimune Kouki, why can you bring out my tears like that? Why? I’ve always liked Michiru from the KimiIta cast, and now I’ve got no doubts that I like the Captain the best.

Confession is the side story bundled with KimiIta, centering on Michiru’s moments before the end of the Sadogashima arc. Spoilers for MuvLuv Alternative. Click at your own caution, DON’T spoil MLA for yourself if you haven’t finished it yet. Just don’t.

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MuvLuv Altered Fable

My keyboard is still screwed up, so I ended up typing on my dad’s laptop that he barely ever uses. Since I’m still in my Age craze right now, I decided to play Altered Fable, which is a fandisk to Alternative that is basically like Extra with new characters that were introduced in Alternative and new events. Either way though, it’s suggested that you play Alternative if you want to actually enjoy Altered Fable. Spoilers for the entire MuvLuv series past this point.

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Review: Muv-Luv + Muv-Luv Alternative

Reviewing the two together because I don’t feel like typing two separate posts. Besides, these two are like an inseparatable duo that have to be played to get the full effect.

MuvLuv consists of 2 eroge: MuvLuv Extra and Muvluv Unlimited. Extra is a slice-of-life where our protagonist, Shirogane Takeru, gets punched by his childhood friend, Kagami Sumika, every day and wakes up one day with a girl he’s never seen in his bed. The guy has a harem at school but he never notices anyone’s feelings because he’s extremely dense like most protagonists. Unlimited begins with Takeru waking up in another world where his town is completely destroyed, damaged mechas lie on the ground, and his school is now a military training base. The world is also under attack by aliens named BETA and humanity is desperate enough to conscript teenage girls into battle. This world shares characters with Takeru’s original world, but they’re in the military and dealing with serious business. They train to become Eishi, or people who pilot mechas.

Alternative is sold as a separate game, and brings us back to the beginning of Unlimited. However, Takeru has some of his memories intact and the training from Unlimited carried over so it’s like playing a New Game+. He tries to prevent what happened at the end of Unlimited, and go back to his original world. Alternative is amazing, and is so much more than just mecha action. Takeru spends less time in the mecha than not, and only chapters 9 and 10 can truely be called blood-boiling action. Alternative teaches important life lessons, shows amazing character development, and is pretty much an anyone-can-die story. It’s also got gruesome scenes and ideas, so be warned unless you’re the type who likes to see exploding alien guts.

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