I’ve played through several dozen Visual Novels over the years and there are two titles that I consider anomalies, works that convey their story from very unconventional means, yet manage to succeed so well that it challenges the conventions and standards of the medium itself, maybe even storytelling in general. One…
Muv Luv is finally here folks! And to celebrate the fact that we can finally read it in better than 480p, I’ll be making shitposts on this wonderful series! I’m semi-livetweeting it so if you follow me on Twitter there’s nothing new to see here, but if you don’t, enjoy!
Today I’m reviewing Muv-Luv, a visual novel developed by âge. On the surface, this game is a slice-of-life romantic comedy and it makes no excuses for itself. Under the hood though, this game is really something entirely different, and it’s very aware of this.
No explanation required.
This certainly was a Sayori panel, but not so much a Nekopara panel. Days in advance Deciga announced they’d be crashing this panel, and they did it in a glorious fashion. We got some interesting facts, some cool announcements, and lots of trolling.
disappoint your parents weekend Fanime has passed and this year was a pretty quiet one for me, this year for musicfest they had Da-ice, whom I’ve never heard of until now, but they’re a significantly smaller name than the bands of the previous years, including FLOW and back-on.
Part of the underlying depression of Schwarzesmarken is the fact that you know the fight you’re seeing again the BETA is a losing one. The Oder-Neisse Line is fated to fall and the entirety of mainland Europe will be overrun - this is not uncommon knowledge. People who have looked around the ‘net a little might have…
Set in alternate 1980’s East Germany where BETA (Beings of Extraterrestrial Origin) devastate the Earth, the Muv-Luv spinoff called Schwarzesmarken follows the 666th TSF Squadron, also known as the “Black Marks”. This TSF squad that the show takes its name after is no ordinary squad however, as they are the best that…
Muv-Luv Blimp: Degica & Muv-Luv are awesome! Here’s the stuff they sent to me from the AX giveaway that I won somehow. :)
It has been a really exciting time for Muv Luv and March will be a really defining moment for the franchise and visual novels in general. It’s come quite a long way since it’s original release in 2003 and since then it has expanded to several side stories and anime releases, most recently the Schwarzesmarken anime…
As promised (although a bit late) here are the two Ani-TAY Muv-Luv Podcast episodes. This episode covers Alternative. This is a spoiler zone.
As promised (although a bit late) here are the two Ani-TAY Muv-Luv Podcast episodes. This episode discusses Extra and Unlimited.
It is a little-known secret that there is a game in Japan called Muv-Luv. However, in recent times it has been brought to my attention that this game is, in fact, a thing, and thus it was submitted by fans for my approval.
Today, the Muv-Luv Kickstarter is coming to an end. Having shattered previous visual novel Kickstarters with over US$1 million, it ends on a final high-note. The end result is that one of the most highly regarded pieces of Japanese literature is coming to English.
The Muv-Luv Kickstarter just hit its $720,000 stretch goal as a result of the most recent update, which included adding a wall scroll to the gift bag tiers and revealing the final stretch goal $900,000. If $900k is cracked, there will be more additions to the existing tiers.
To the surprise of no one, Ani-TAY’s Muv-Luv correspondents gather to discuss the series. In this first episode, Dex, Exile, Kinksy, Krakken_Unleashed, and Messiah discuss the series, how we found it, and what made Muv-Luv special to us.
Having started just one week ago, the kickstarter to localise arguably the best Visual Novel ever made (and one of the best stories ever created) has now passed the $500,000 point, unlocking digital versions for both the Playstation Vita and Android platforms. Further details will be forthcoming from the team shortly,…
Muv-Luv, the visual novel franchise that inspired Attack on Titan a decade ago, is now on Kickstarter to be officially localized in English for the first time. Muv-Luv Alternative, one of the novels to be localized, is considered by Japanese and western audiences to be one of the greatest visual novels in history.
Ani-TAY Blimp: The previously announced Schwarzesmarken anime is coming in the winter 2016 anime season with a respectable staff: LIDEN FILMS (Arslan, Miss Monochrome) is leading animation, SANZIGEN (Arpeggio of Blue Steel) leading 3DCG animation, and Elements Garden (Symphogear) leading music production.