Miraploy wrote:Check it out. VNs sorted by ratings.
Miraploy wrote:It's not in english.
zweiterversuch wrote:Miraploy wrote:It's not in english.
I know somebody who translated it...(well he is doing it)
Maes wrote:Well, there was a guy who was translating it, then he had to stop for reasons of his own. There was also that thread over at the gemot about a translation project, but I'm not sure what ever became of it. And it's not a mirror moon project, they're just borrowing webspace and some of the people working on it happen to be mirror moon staff as well.
theguy2687 wrote:I would recommend Phantom of Inferno. The english version is in the DVD play format which can be a little annoying to some people, but the story is very well done and kind of original in the VN department.
AlinSabel wrote:The English version of Phantom of Inferno doesn't have a save function (I don't know if the original Japanese is the same).
It relies on the 'password' system, where once you clear a scene, it gives you a password to return to that point next time you turn on your DVD player.
AlinSabel wrote:Er, yeah, it's an 'Anime-Play' title. You know how some children's movie DVDs come with games on it, where you use the remote control's buttons to make choices? It's sorta like that...
...although most people end up using PowerDVD/VLC Player to run these games, because they don't want to lug a TV around with them everywhere.
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