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Love Rage

Posted in Games with tags , , on June 26, 2010 by kumoriha

Oh, Nintendo. You evil evil bastard.
Love Plus+ has been released a couple of days ago. Of course, those DSi bundles have been all pre-ordered and will be out of stock for who knows how long. Game’s also out of stock. Heck, just merchandise is out of stock. Congratulations.
Since it’s for the DSi, it means I am unable to play it on my bulky, red, battered DS original. I felt the temptation to get a DSi. Luckily, I’m not Japanese. So I decided to just wait for the 3DS, which should be out by the end of March next year. But wait, how much will it cost? Who knows? It had better not be $300 though. Seriously.
But good job, Nintendo. Marketing Love Plus+ netted you a bunch of final sales on the DSi. The 3DS, unless it just completely falls apart, is looking forward to great sales too.
Now, when is Love Plus 3D coming?

If that was hardly intelligible, it’s because I just came back from running next to an Indian guy. Russell Peters was right. They stink.

In any case, looks like Japan is one step closer to reaching 3D waifus. Oh, but not the ones who scream at you and beat you. Just the nice ones.

Random Japanese Word of the Day:
パイパン(paipan) – refers to a woman whose nether region is hairless.


Love Plus+

Posted in Games with tags , , , on March 25, 2010 by kumoriha

So, after the advent and chaos caused by Love Plus comes its sequel: Love Plus+.

I’m going to need to get a DSi. Or maybe I should wait for the so called amazing 3DS?

se.kirara comes out tomorrow. Free eroge, anybody?

Anyway, time to get Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey as I wait for Fate/Stay Night to finish downloading.

Random Japanese Word of the Day:
痴漢(chikan) – Chikan refers to people who grope and sexually harass other people. This is seen commonly in trains, and they’re usually middle-aged men. Women who grope are called 痴女(chijo). Of course, there are also the women who scream bloody murder-er, bloody chikan, then blackmail you into a) giving them money, or b) face the charges. Devious, devious.