by Cherrymochi Game Studio
First time I've really contemplated about that New Game+ feature. It wouldn't exactly be the same approach as typical now, would it? This is an atypical genre, after all. Not sure what to expect; it reminds me of Zero Escape's protagonist's similar situation regarding visions of the future. If it is as well implemented as Zero Escape, it'll definitely add great depth to the narrative.
You shouldn't feel bad about voicing an opinion given that it's respectfully stated, and I believe it was. Varying degrees of severity regarding a situation shouldn't affect the fundamentals of one's stance.
Certainly, you express yourself with a greater level of elegance and eloquence than I do.
@Phillip Yes, Tokyo Dark will fully support both English and Japanese text. Spoken Japanese will also be written in English.
Wait just to be sure...I'm assuming that we're going to Japanese spoken audio but still be able to have English text during those scenes, right? Because the description of this update makes it sound otherwise. I mean, it's silly to assume otherwise but I just want to be sure.
I'm just a Video Game Reviewer Writer, not a YouTuber... sadly... However, I can't wait to review this game!
Well.... I've been feeling bad about getting sour about the dub question. I shouldn't have let my point of view get me that sour about it, especially with this update. I feel I owe you guys an apology. And thus... upping my pledge from Physical to Total.
(Also, my planned Ito cosplay had to be put on hold for a bit due to me getting a nasty stomach bug that left me unable to do much but roll on the floor. But now I'm more or less recovered, so... will get back to investigating that ASAP)
Still no offer for the chibi figurine by itself? That's the only physical reward I really care for...
Congrats again! Looking forward to hear some voice/sound samples :) 5k to go for New Game + ^^
Congrats on unlocking your voice acting goal!
Im kinda sad i cant donate more at this time for the total pack, i was hoping i could buy them later, but oh well.