Posted in KEY, Visual Novel, tagged rewrite on July 19, 2010 |
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Two people burst into a room, then sees the girl sitting there…Then, inexplicably, the room turns bright, with no mention of anyone turning on the lights. Guy#1 is still shocked, guy#2 hasn’t moved, and the girl is still sitting on the table.
Why? Why not just add in that one line? Why not just keep the characters in the dark? This was bugging me a bit in Little Busters too, , as the CG where Komari falls was drawn in a bright setting, but the events before and after are all set in the evening. It’s not just this though, all the art of rewrite is bugging me.
This looks bad. (THAT ARM…)
This looks worse (th-the…I give up, EVERYTHING).
This is… Well, she’s cute, but I hold something against physics defying+extremely straight pigtails.
There’s this kind of odd vibe surrounding the story too… something just isn’t right for some reason or another… At least the music and system are very well done? I guess?
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Posted in Manga, tagged pandora hearts on July 19, 2010 |
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Geez… Did you have to do that, Liam? Did you HAVE to? Especially after THIS…
Anyway, chapter 51 revealed some interesting things about the baskervilles, namely the fact that they were unrelated people “chosen” by the abyss and gathered together.
What I thought was interesting, however, was Lily’s apathy when it came to killing people. In the flashbacks, you could see that Lotti was shocked at Glen’s orders, and that the murders had haunted her and changed her. This is mainly because I just finished reading Zaregoto 2 though, since the protagonist of that series is a sociopath of the highest order. I wonder if this kind of attitude is proof that a person’s child-like, or proof that a person isn’t child-like any longer…
On a non-related note: someone REALLY doesn’t want me to try Rewrite.
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