|buttnutt - 2012-01-23 |
I can see wgy that guy fell in love with her
|bluiker - 2012-01-23 |
Is the premise of this game seriously that there's some catch-all school for blind people, deaf people and amputees because "there's something wrong with them" and that somehow a guy with a heart condition qualifies on the same level? Because that's almost as messed up as romancing future waifus. Five stars.
Pretty much, yeah. The title itself translates to "Cripple Girls".
The best part? It's not even Japanese. Apparently, the game was made by a group of weebs from 4chan. Back in '07, someone posted a filler page from a hentai doujinshi that described a dating sim based around disabled girls. A small band of slightly-more-talented-than-average chantards loved the idea so much that they started their own game development company, Four Leaf Studios, with the express purpose of turning the sketches into an actual game. After a few years of work, this was the result.
You can read the touching origin story here:
|RocketBlender - 2012-01-23 |
I'm torn between wanting to play this game to see its crazy shit for myself, and being terrified to get anywhere near it.
Sadly, I think the later is going to win out...
Jet Bin Fever
Sadly? I don't think the funny parts would be worth sitting through all the bad writing and inane conversations. Unless you're of the type that can emotionally bond easily with fictional characters, which is somehow extremely common on the internet.
There's no rape or horrifying sex scenes, if that's what you're afraid of or looking for.
@Jet Bin; That's where I am on this. I can always get behind a bad, corny movie, but bad, corny games are a million times harder to enjoy and usually have very little payoff for the time you have to invest.
@cyber; Kind of both, looking for a dreading. Ultimately though, I just don't want to risk my wife seeing a game called "cripple girls" installed on my desktop.
Unless your wife is fluent enough in Japanese to know what "Katawa Shoujo" means, then it shouldn't be a problem.
If she is fluent in Japanese, then that's good, because being a polyglot enriches the soul.
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