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071414 (1:34AM)
日没。

vgperson:

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Sen has updated Misao to version 3! It revamps a whole bunch of things and adds others.

Changes:
- A new title screen that “progresses” like the Mad Father one.
- Everyone got taller! (New character sprites, edited from the original “default Wolf RPG” style.)
- More talk sprite expressions. So Aki isn’t just gleeful about everything she says. (But she’s still gleeful about the things that matter - and in some cases, moreso.)
- You can now play as either the boy or girl Aki from the very beginning.
- You can now play through the true ending with the boy Aki, which is a little different - even some of the scenes you’re shown are different between male and female Aki. (Don’t ask me for a logical explanation for this.)
- New stupid and amazing deaths. It wouldn’t be Misao without them!
- A million more clues than could ever be necessary about who Library actually is. We get it, Sen. (One detail that’s unlikely to be caught, though: Try naming her Maria.)
- For some reason, the warp function just takes you to the library now, no choice for the student council room. It does more to encourage quicksaving, I suppose.
- You’re no longer told whose body parts you’re finding when you find them. Even though it’s obvious, and Aki immediately knows.
- Lots of other minor changes. There are more detailed animations, and generally, pointlessly spacious rooms were made smaller.
- The uniforms are… the same as always, despite that being the only known “planned” change for ages. Well. Okay.

063014 (12:15AM)

raspomme:

All this otaku business is kind of bothering me.

In Japanese, otaku (お宅) means “your house”. It’s still used today, as a honorific form, such as “お宅まで送りましょうか。” - Would you mind if I escorted you home? To differentiate from お宅, the derogatory version of the term is written オタク or ヲタク.

The term ‘otaku’ is literally meant to point out and mock someone who is so socially misaligned, so engrossed in a hobby, that they refuse to exit the house. Now, this hobby isn’t only animanga, though that’s the most prevalent case we see nowadays. There are train otaku, camera otaku, and car otaku. There are probably cookware otaku. The thing that they have in common is that they rarely go outside. Not just because their only interests lie within the confines of their (or their parents’) home - though that does play a large part. They are so focused on their hobby that it’s literally the only thing they can talk about. They can’t talk to real life friends about recent natural disasters or the newest celebrity gossip because they only know about their one obsession. And so a vicious cycle begins, where otaku take comfort from the ever-more-alien world around them by delving deeper into their hobbies. Friends. Jobs. Health. Reputation. Respect for one’s own appearance. All of these begin to fall farther and farther away as their hobbies console them. And past a certain point, it is too shameful, in their eyes, to go back into the world without a guide. That is why otaku are seen as non-productive members of society.

The term’s meaning is changing, yes, and beginning to be seen in a more positive light. We can expect this trend to continue in the future. But don’t get all defensive and angry when people put down the otaku demographic. Because for most people, it’s not something you want to be at all.

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062414 (9:26AM)

友好邻里帥哥 ✧(^ↀωↀ^=)ノ”
052814 (7:09AM)

ONE OK ROCK in Toronto 2014 by omae-ni
"We speak different languages, we are from different backgrounds. But because of music we can meet each other."
052114 (6:21AM)