Artistically, this blog is all over the place.

Eets: Hunger. It's emotional.

(And so goes...)...Wait, something's off. There's no way something this low-key could make it into the Humble Indie Bundle. Let me just check something really quick. No, turns out that it's not part of the Humble Indie Bundle. It's part of the "some random Desura code " was handing out" Bundle. So goes another game in that Bundle, and let me just say right now that it was quick. So quick, in fact, that I beat it before I even got the damn code to unlock it, because that's what happens when you travel faster than light. Where was I going with this? Oh, right: Eets is like premature ejaculation. It feels really awesome, but it's over far too soon.

Sort of like this blog, since there are no major story elements to talk about. (That's for the next part.) Yea, there are some pretty obvious hunger themes, and the game couldn't look more like an early 2000s Flash game if it tried (it really is eerie how on-the-nose it is with that), but really, that's about it. So what's that leave us with? The gameplay, which is pretty much Lemmings except you're eating puzzle pieces for unexplained reasons. I know that makes it sound a bit simplistic, and while it definitely is a simple game, give it some credit. It does a lot with that simplicity. You have to worry about robots and gravity and deliberately pissing off your poor little...uh...bunny thing from The Simpsons. OK, you don't have to worry about those all at once until the end (with emphasis on the words "worry" and "end"), but it still manages to do some pretty cool stuff with these various elements. And it does such a good job of introducing these various elements, too. Believe me: this game will absolutely make sure you know how to use, say, explosive mine carts, even if it takes all of five levels. That way, it can be completely certain you'll exploit the sort-of-strange physics in very stupid ways. Actually, you won't be doing that for a lot of levels. Instead, you're going to spend most of your time playing by the rules and figuring out the best way to get Stupid Bunny Thing from A to B, almost like it was a competent puzzle game or something.

This isn't a puzzle, but a simple mouse click.

And then the game's over. That's it. No more game left to play. It's really amazing how quickly the game goes by. Yea, there are a ton of puzzles, and they are challenging when the game says that they will be challenging (I probably should have mentioned that this game has a pretty decent difficulty curve to it), but what it neglects to tell you is that even at its most challenging, a puzzle is going to take about three minutes to solve. So do the math: even with around 90 puzzles, you're gonna finish the game in about 45 seconds. (There's a reason why I asked you to do the math.) That's including if you 100% things, too (don't know why you'd do that, given that there's no reward for 100%ing the game); just beat the game, and the ending screen (as in "the singular ending screen that's kinda hard to complain about, given the effort and everything") says "hey, did you think about maybe completing all those other puzzles?".

Actually, while I'm on that, I might as well mention the post-game content, since that could potentially fix all this. I say "potentially" because it clearly doesn't. Otherwise, I wouldn't be writing this massive wall of text. Let's see...what is there....a sound test mode, but it's just sound effects. Not much there, I guess. next up are the achievements. Not Steam achievements or anything; just in-game achievements you can get over and over again. I feel that about sums up the situation, so let's move onto the third and final thing about post-Eets Eets: the level editor. I can't say much about it, since I never bothered using it, but what I can say is: really? Is there a rabid Eets community out there that would make this a worthwhile feature? Again, it could be pretty damn good for all I know, but what good is a level editor without a strong community? And what good's a game without post-game content? Oh, wait: the actual game content is still pretty damn good. Never mind. Carry on. Business as usual.

Review Synopsis

  • Gotta say that it hits all the right puzzle notes...
  • ...in about this amount of time.
  • And there's absolutely nothing to do after that.

Damn you, Persona 4! Damn you and your magical ability to make me want shit! Perfect example: I don't even know what this anime is, and I'm certain that the anime (both) has been done with for some time now...but I still want to watch this, for reasons I don't entirely understand. Such is the power of Persona 4.

Tomba 2: The Evil Swine Return

(And s...there's no way this can be part of any bundle.) In fact, I think it's just a game. What game is it? You mean the huge, stark white (or black, for the one person using the alternate color scheme) text didn't give you a hint? Well, let me tell you what it is: Tomba 2, which is to say Tomba 1. They're pretty much the exact same game, save a few details I'll exaplin when I get to them. So what to expect from this blog? Well, probably what I did in my last Tomba blog (probably including my general opinion of the first Tomba), only without the evitable creation of a monstrous evil (why did I not evit? WHY WAS I SO CARELESS AS NOT TO EVIT!?).

Speaking of monstrous evil, Tomba still hates those fucking pigs. Don't believe me? Look at how the game begins: with Tomba fucking up some pig shit. (And getting a wedding invitation from Jesus, apparently. No, it's never explained in any detail.) Unfortunately, he's the protagonist for the game, so the world bends and twists to make him a good guy. In this case, it does so by snatching his girlfriend for no particular reason (I'm not sure it's ever explained why she was captured, but whatever), giving him a reason to do something that needs no reason. Oh, and evil pigs have cursed the land or something, and Tomba has to pull a Majora's Mask on it. Look, the story itself isn't important to the game; instead, how it's told is what's important. Now what the fuck does that mean? Basically, it's my awkward and cryptic way of saying that this game feels a helluva lot like a European cartoon. First, just look at it. The only thing separating it from Asterix is a mountain of copyright issues. Second, the voices. Now I could be lazy and just tell you that European accents make it European, but I'm not a lazy person right now. Instead, I'll just say that AND how the voice acting is all over the goddamn place in terms of quality. There are the characters who are pretty successful at what they're trying to achieve, like Tomba's new sidekick Slightly Less Annoying Coked Out Navi and Pete Motherfucking Puma, and those who don't, like the Tranny Water Pig or the German sculptor who isn't very enthused about being German. Oh, and the mice have Brooklyn accents, because why the hell not? Not that I'm complaining or anything; it lends the game a unique, schizophrenic sort of charm, like it's the one video game you could get away with playing in French class.

Sure beats how this sort of thing worked in the previous game: humping three nearby fuckers until you suddenly understood the concept of definite articles.

Wait, I think I forgot something in all that TinTin talk: this is a game. It's Tomba, only twice as much. Now remember how the last Tomba game involved you wrapping your dick around a pig's skull in order to kill it? That's still in here, and it's still kind of a pain in the ass. If you aren't dead on with your predatory pounce, the game will reward your sexual deviancy with one less hit point. This may not sound too bad, but when you're wearing an anti-gravity suit that slows your descent to nothingness (more on that in a bit), it can be more difficult than need be, especially when it's your main (IE only) way of killing things. Yea, there's magic, but it's not explained entirely well, the game takes its sweet-ass time actually giving it to you, and there's never really any reason to use it, so clearly, this isn't the best of tools in your tool-holding thing. (Did you honestly expect a King to be) Wait, tools? Doesn't that imply that there are other tools? Actually, this is one of the game's stronger points, as there's a shitload of equipment to collect over the course of the game. Remember what I said earlier about an anti-gravity suit? That's one of the tools in your tool thingy, and it makes getting through the levels pretty damn easy. I'd complain about that, but two things: I'm all for easily navigable levels (more on that in a bit...again), and there are enough reasons in the game to switch up suits anyway, reintroducing some of the challenge that I explained away a few sentences ago. Maybe you need to swim, or maybe you need to talk to pigs (yes, that's an actual thing); both of these necessitate another suit entirely. But don't think the game's entirely about a pig-hating caveman furry. There's also the hammer (for hitting switches), the ice boomerang (for putting out fires), the hookshot (for hookshotting), th...

Actually, now that I think about it, Tomba isn't about ear-fucking a bitch before tossing her at the nearest wall in sheer disgust; it's about the levels and the navigation, both things that it does pretty damn well. Before I go any further with it, I feel the need to explain the name of the game: Tomba 2: The Evil Swine Return 2.5D. The entire game is presented in 2.5D intersecting plane sorcery or whatnot. Sure, there are two towns that give you full 3D navigation, and the graphics are fully 3D (and kinda slow and stilted, in areas) but other than that, it's 2.5D levels, and I wouldn't have it any other way. My god, it does a lot with this simple concept. I'd call it "what happens when the level designer spills uncooked spaghetti on the design doc and is too lazy to clean it up", since that captures what the levels feel like best, but I feel like it doesn't do the design enough justice. After all, there's some actual thought put into how the planes intersect and interact, especially when it comes to all the power-ups just thrown about the stages. At times, it can be kinda confusing (like when planes act like giant invisible barriers), but for the most part, the levels are pretty easy to navigate. I'd add something about quests, since those are also Tomba 2's big thing, but haven't I given you enough reasons to play this game? I have, right?....OK, quests: there's a lot of them; they can do some cool stuff, like mini-games and puzzles and whatever; they turn the game into a long Metroid-ish affair. Is that enough for you? It fucking better be.

Review Synopsis

  • Imagine if somebody made a game based off Le Petit Prince. Now stop thinking of Super Mario Galaxy, because I'm trying to make a point, here.
  • Good news: there are tons of ways to murder pigs. Bad news: a lot of them involve humping said pigs.
  • I want to say something, but I'm imagining Klonoa trying to get it up with Samus Aran. Excuse me while I insert these earwigs into my nose, hoping they'll remove the offending thought.
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Posted by Video_Game_King

Eets: Hunger. It's emotional.

(And so goes...)...Wait, something's off. There's no way something this low-key could make it into the Humble Indie Bundle. Let me just check something really quick. No, turns out that it's not part of the Humble Indie Bundle. It's part of the "some random Desura code " was handing out" Bundle. So goes another game in that Bundle, and let me just say right now that it was quick. So quick, in fact, that I beat it before I even got the damn code to unlock it, because that's what happens when you travel faster than light. Where was I going with this? Oh, right: Eets is like premature ejaculation. It feels really awesome, but it's over far too soon.

Sort of like this blog, since there are no major story elements to talk about. (That's for the next part.) Yea, there are some pretty obvious hunger themes, and the game couldn't look more like an early 2000s Flash game if it tried (it really is eerie how on-the-nose it is with that), but really, that's about it. So what's that leave us with? The gameplay, which is pretty much Lemmings except you're eating puzzle pieces for unexplained reasons. I know that makes it sound a bit simplistic, and while it definitely is a simple game, give it some credit. It does a lot with that simplicity. You have to worry about robots and gravity and deliberately pissing off your poor little...uh...bunny thing from The Simpsons. OK, you don't have to worry about those all at once until the end (with emphasis on the words "worry" and "end"), but it still manages to do some pretty cool stuff with these various elements. And it does such a good job of introducing these various elements, too. Believe me: this game will absolutely make sure you know how to use, say, explosive mine carts, even if it takes all of five levels. That way, it can be completely certain you'll exploit the sort-of-strange physics in very stupid ways. Actually, you won't be doing that for a lot of levels. Instead, you're going to spend most of your time playing by the rules and figuring out the best way to get Stupid Bunny Thing from A to B, almost like it was a competent puzzle game or something.

This isn't a puzzle, but a simple mouse click.

And then the game's over. That's it. No more game left to play. It's really amazing how quickly the game goes by. Yea, there are a ton of puzzles, and they are challenging when the game says that they will be challenging (I probably should have mentioned that this game has a pretty decent difficulty curve to it), but what it neglects to tell you is that even at its most challenging, a puzzle is going to take about three minutes to solve. So do the math: even with around 90 puzzles, you're gonna finish the game in about 45 seconds. (There's a reason why I asked you to do the math.) That's including if you 100% things, too (don't know why you'd do that, given that there's no reward for 100%ing the game); just beat the game, and the ending screen (as in "the singular ending screen that's kinda hard to complain about, given the effort and everything") says "hey, did you think about maybe completing all those other puzzles?".

Actually, while I'm on that, I might as well mention the post-game content, since that could potentially fix all this. I say "potentially" because it clearly doesn't. Otherwise, I wouldn't be writing this massive wall of text. Let's see...what is there....a sound test mode, but it's just sound effects. Not much there, I guess. next up are the achievements. Not Steam achievements or anything; just in-game achievements you can get over and over again. I feel that about sums up the situation, so let's move onto the third and final thing about post-Eets Eets: the level editor. I can't say much about it, since I never bothered using it, but what I can say is: really? Is there a rabid Eets community out there that would make this a worthwhile feature? Again, it could be pretty damn good for all I know, but what good is a level editor without a strong community? And what good's a game without post-game content? Oh, wait: the actual game content is still pretty damn good. Never mind. Carry on. Business as usual.

Review Synopsis

  • Gotta say that it hits all the right puzzle notes...
  • ...in about this amount of time.
  • And there's absolutely nothing to do after that.

Damn you, Persona 4! Damn you and your magical ability to make me want shit! Perfect example: I don't even know what this anime is, and I'm certain that the anime (both) has been done with for some time now...but I still want to watch this, for reasons I don't entirely understand. Such is the power of Persona 4.

Tomba 2: The Evil Swine Return

(And s...there's no way this can be part of any bundle.) In fact, I think it's just a game. What game is it? You mean the huge, stark white (or black, for the one person using the alternate color scheme) text didn't give you a hint? Well, let me tell you what it is: Tomba 2, which is to say Tomba 1. They're pretty much the exact same game, save a few details I'll exaplin when I get to them. So what to expect from this blog? Well, probably what I did in my last Tomba blog (probably including my general opinion of the first Tomba), only without the evitable creation of a monstrous evil (why did I not evit? WHY WAS I SO CARELESS AS NOT TO EVIT!?).

Speaking of monstrous evil, Tomba still hates those fucking pigs. Don't believe me? Look at how the game begins: with Tomba fucking up some pig shit. (And getting a wedding invitation from Jesus, apparently. No, it's never explained in any detail.) Unfortunately, he's the protagonist for the game, so the world bends and twists to make him a good guy. In this case, it does so by snatching his girlfriend for no particular reason (I'm not sure it's ever explained why she was captured, but whatever), giving him a reason to do something that needs no reason. Oh, and evil pigs have cursed the land or something, and Tomba has to pull a Majora's Mask on it. Look, the story itself isn't important to the game; instead, how it's told is what's important. Now what the fuck does that mean? Basically, it's my awkward and cryptic way of saying that this game feels a helluva lot like a European cartoon. First, just look at it. The only thing separating it from Asterix is a mountain of copyright issues. Second, the voices. Now I could be lazy and just tell you that European accents make it European, but I'm not a lazy person right now. Instead, I'll just say that AND how the voice acting is all over the goddamn place in terms of quality. There are the characters who are pretty successful at what they're trying to achieve, like Tomba's new sidekick Slightly Less Annoying Coked Out Navi and Pete Motherfucking Puma, and those who don't, like the Tranny Water Pig or the German sculptor who isn't very enthused about being German. Oh, and the mice have Brooklyn accents, because why the hell not? Not that I'm complaining or anything; it lends the game a unique, schizophrenic sort of charm, like it's the one video game you could get away with playing in French class.

Sure beats how this sort of thing worked in the previous game: humping three nearby fuckers until you suddenly understood the concept of definite articles.

Wait, I think I forgot something in all that TinTin talk: this is a game. It's Tomba, only twice as much. Now remember how the last Tomba game involved you wrapping your dick around a pig's skull in order to kill it? That's still in here, and it's still kind of a pain in the ass. If you aren't dead on with your predatory pounce, the game will reward your sexual deviancy with one less hit point. This may not sound too bad, but when you're wearing an anti-gravity suit that slows your descent to nothingness (more on that in a bit), it can be more difficult than need be, especially when it's your main (IE only) way of killing things. Yea, there's magic, but it's not explained entirely well, the game takes its sweet-ass time actually giving it to you, and there's never really any reason to use it, so clearly, this isn't the best of tools in your tool-holding thing. (Did you honestly expect a King to be) Wait, tools? Doesn't that imply that there are other tools? Actually, this is one of the game's stronger points, as there's a shitload of equipment to collect over the course of the game. Remember what I said earlier about an anti-gravity suit? That's one of the tools in your tool thingy, and it makes getting through the levels pretty damn easy. I'd complain about that, but two things: I'm all for easily navigable levels (more on that in a bit...again), and there are enough reasons in the game to switch up suits anyway, reintroducing some of the challenge that I explained away a few sentences ago. Maybe you need to swim, or maybe you need to talk to pigs (yes, that's an actual thing); both of these necessitate another suit entirely. But don't think the game's entirely about a pig-hating caveman furry. There's also the hammer (for hitting switches), the ice boomerang (for putting out fires), the hookshot (for hookshotting), th...

Actually, now that I think about it, Tomba isn't about ear-fucking a bitch before tossing her at the nearest wall in sheer disgust; it's about the levels and the navigation, both things that it does pretty damn well. Before I go any further with it, I feel the need to explain the name of the game: Tomba 2: The Evil Swine Return 2.5D. The entire game is presented in 2.5D intersecting plane sorcery or whatnot. Sure, there are two towns that give you full 3D navigation, and the graphics are fully 3D (and kinda slow and stilted, in areas) but other than that, it's 2.5D levels, and I wouldn't have it any other way. My god, it does a lot with this simple concept. I'd call it "what happens when the level designer spills uncooked spaghetti on the design doc and is too lazy to clean it up", since that captures what the levels feel like best, but I feel like it doesn't do the design enough justice. After all, there's some actual thought put into how the planes intersect and interact, especially when it comes to all the power-ups just thrown about the stages. At times, it can be kinda confusing (like when planes act like giant invisible barriers), but for the most part, the levels are pretty easy to navigate. I'd add something about quests, since those are also Tomba 2's big thing, but haven't I given you enough reasons to play this game? I have, right?....OK, quests: there's a lot of them; they can do some cool stuff, like mini-games and puzzles and whatever; they turn the game into a long Metroid-ish affair. Is that enough for you? It fucking better be.

Review Synopsis

  • Imagine if somebody made a game based off Le Petit Prince. Now stop thinking of Super Mario Galaxy, because I'm trying to make a point, here.
  • Good news: there are tons of ways to murder pigs. Bad news: a lot of them involve humping said pigs.
  • I want to say something, but I'm imagining Klonoa trying to get it up with Samus Aran. Excuse me while I insert these earwigs into my nose, hoping they'll remove the offending thought.
Posted by LordAndrew
Posted by Bocam

You liked Durarara!! Right? Well I have something you'll love even more.

Also that anime was Toaru Majutsu no Index. It's pretty good.

But If Persona 4 makes you want to watch stuff.

Posted by Ravenlight

@Video_Game_King said:

Tomba isn't about ear-fucking a bitch before tossing her at the nearest wall in sheer disgust ...

That's all you needed to say. I now know enough about this game to not want to play it.

Additional transmission: How do you pick the games you blog about? There must be some secret code here.

Posted by Video_Game_King

@LordAndrew:

Yes. Hell yes, especially knowing that that's real.

@Bocam:

Fuck you. Also, why can't I recognize half the characters? They don't really look like anybody I remember from that game.

I'd watch some of these, but I only know of one site for anime, and it has none of the ones I actually want to watch (Steins;Gate, A Certain Magical Index Whatever, etc.).

@Ravenlight:

Random. Right now, I'm doing something about Densetsu no Stafy 2.

Posted by Bocam

@Video_Game_King: Be cause most of them are Devil Survivor 2 characters

Posted by Video_Game_King

@Bocam:

That explains it. It doesn't explain how you manage to mix Durarara and Devil Survivor. I've never seen any type of connections to be made between the two franchises, and I'm the guy who managed to link Persona 4 to Katawa Shoujo.

Posted by Bocam
Posted by Ravenlight

@Video_Game_King said:

I'd watch some of these, but I only know of one site for anime, and it has none of the ones I actually want to watch (Steins;Gate, A Certain Magical Index Whatever, etc.).

What the fuck are you doing wasting your time with this blog? Go figure out how to watch Steins;Gate right the fuck now!

Edited by AndrewB

@Bocam said:

Also that anime was Toaru Majutsu no Index. It's pretty good.

Oh my god, the rare anime I know! I did like what little I actually watched of that Anime; especially the theme song.

@Video_Game_King said:

@Bocam:

That explains it. It doesn't explain how you manage to mix Durarara and Devil Survivor. I've never seen any type of connections to be made between the two franchises, and I'm the guy who managed to link Persona 4 to Katawa Shoujo.

You had help.

Posted by Video_Game_King

@Bocam:

I guess I was approaching it from a character point of view (IE who the fuck could punch you with their words as hard as Shizuo?).

@Ravenlight:

Since you seem to know of this, I imagine you have a link to the means of watching it. I demand of you such a link.

@AndrewB:

Not in terms of the Photoshop.

Edited by AndrewB

@Video_Game_King: I provided a means of accessing the raw materials. If you didn't use it, that's your loss.

PS: Here's the awesome.

Edited by Cloudenvy

@Ravenlight said:

@Video_Game_King said:

I'd watch some of these, but I only know of one site for anime, and it has none of the ones I actually want to watch (Steins;Gate, A Certain Magical Index Whatever, etc.).

What the fuck are you doing wasting your time with this blog? Go figure out how to watch Steins;Gate right the fuck now!

Fuck no! go watch Bakemonogatari and Nisemonogatari right now!

Posted by Video_Game_King

@Cloudenvy:

What about Steins;Gatemonogatari?

Posted by Bocam

@Cloudenvy: No @Video_Game_King should watch Steins gate first. You have to ease people into Bakemonogatari and Nisemonogatari.

Posted by Cloudenvy

@Bocam: You think he can't handle that kind of craziness just yet?

Edited by Ravenlight

@Cloudenvy said:

Fuck no! go watch Bakemonogatari and Nisemonogatari right now!

Recommendation noted. I'll be all over that shit this weekend.

@Video_Game_King said:

Since you seem to know of this, I imagine you have a link to the means of watching it. I demand of you such a link.

http://www.itotallydidnotdownloadatorrent.jp/linkjokesarealwaysfunny.aspx

Posted by Bocam

@Cloudenvy: It's a lot to handle. If he was going to take one a NisiOisiN show he should try watching/reading Medaka Box first.

@AndrewB: That's just the first one. The later ones are just as great.

Posted by AndrewB

@Bocam: Yeah, well, I didn't ever make it even halfway into the first season. I still intend to at some point... (have the whole thing in HD, so I should probably get on that).

But the only intro that comes anywhere close to the first one is that last one.

Posted by Video_Game_King

@Cloudenvy said:

@Bocam: You think he can't handle that kind of craziness just yet?

Wasn't I able to handle El Shaddai?

@AndrewB said:

To be fair, that is pretty damn cool. What better way to ease into the show than with naked ladies?

Posted by Cloudenvy

@Bocam: I suppose so, I don't really find Medaka Box that great sadly. :(

Posted by Bocam

@Cloudenvy: That's a shame, it just gets better as it goes on. And Kumagawa is one of the best villains of all time.

Posted by Cloudenvy

@Bocam: I agree that it definitely gets better and Kumagawa is pretty good. I enjoy Najimi more though because who doesn't love 4th wall breaking?

Posted by believer258

Names...of anime...that I can't pronounce...worth a damn...

Posted by Video_Game_King

@believer258:

You can't pronounce them? It's Japanese. That's the easiest pronunciation system out there...if you take things slowly. If you want to sound like an actual Japanese person, then it's a lot harder than many people are willing to say.

Posted by Ravenlight

@Video_Game_King said:

@believer258:

You can't pronounce them? It's Japanese. That's the easiest pronunciation system out there...if you take things slowly. If you want to sound like an actual Japanese person, then it's a lot harder than many people are willing to say.

Nonesense, it's all kawaiiiii deessssuuuuuu! It doesn't seem that difficult.

Posted by Video_Game_King

@Ravenlight:

Remember that Japanese resource thread I made earlier this week? Go check out Erin's Challenge and tell me that Japanese pronunciation makes perfect sense.

Posted by JJOR64

Fun Fact of the day: Swery worked on Tomba 2.

Posted by Ravenlight

@Video_Game_King:

That was a joke, moonman. The language seems (relative to English) fairly easy to learn because of the way it's structured (far less exceptions to established rules, it seems). But to be good enough to sound like a native speaker, one would probably have to live in Japan for years and be immersed in it daily.

Still gonna check that site out, though.

Posted by WalkerTR77

I fucking love Tomba 2 (Tombi in my region). I would kill for an xbla version, I have no way to play it now since it's been lost to the sands of time.

Posted by Video_Game_King

@JJOR64:

That explains all the what-the-fuck in it.

@Ravenlight:

Wait, it's easy to learn, relative to English? I've read a few articles on why that isn't the case.

@WalkerTR77 said:

I have no way to play it now since it's been lost to the sands of time.

Mechner's a real asshole.

Posted by TobbRobb

@Bocam said:

@Cloudenvy: No @Video_Game_King should watch Steins gate first. You have to ease people into Bakemonogatari and Nisemonogatari.

But not being able to handle it makes it even better! It's like when you drink waytoofuckinghot cofee, it burns your mouth, but it's GREAT!

Posted by Bocam

@Ravenlight: Japanese relative to English is literally backwards. It also has stuff like this

「ちゃんと壊さないと……ダメだよ……ちゃんと私を破壊してよ……ねぇ。 破壊してよ私を……ねぇ。破壊してよ私を……ねぇ。破壊してよ私を…… ねぇ。ちゃんと破壊してよ……私を」

Posted by Video_Game_King

@Bocam:

I think I could only understand, like, two words in that whole exchange. (They were 私 and だめ.)

Posted by Ravenlight

Well maybe I don't know what the fuck I'm talking about and should shut my stupid face, then :3

Posted by Bocam

@Video_Game_King: That's good then as that's a line from a visual novel (which was apparently written by one of the persona guys) I'm currently reading. The context that line is used in is pretty fucked up.

Here's a hint 破壊 = to destroy and it's said by a woman

Posted by Video_Game_King

@Bocam said:

it's said by a woman

What's that gotta do with anything?

Posted by Bocam

@Video_Game_King: It's a porn game.

Posted by Video_Game_King

@Bocam:

So? Is she saying that to the genitals she'll fuck?

Posted by Bocam
Posted by BisonHero

@Bocam: That Devil Survivor X Durarara video is markedly more enjoyable than the experience of playing Devil Survivor. There's a box quote for you.