Nakoruru: The Gift She Gave Me (Dreamcast): A VIsual Novel Review by Mid-Tier Guard

To Derek Pascarella, Marshal Wong, Duralumin, Lewis Cox, Piggy, Nico, Danthrax4, Lacquerware, EsperKnight, SnowyAria, VincentNL, cyo, and HaydenKow, Thank you for the work you put in to translating this treasure of a visual novel, truly a classic. If you haven’t already, I implore anyone reading this to read through the link in this stream’s description and to thank the translation team directly here: I also wish to thank Ceruleon, for bringing this translation project to Elle-C X’s attention, and to Elle himself for streaming the game. You’re both sukebes. A couple things: 1. I will be critical of several aspects of this visual novel. My complaints lie with the story/game itself, and not with the translation team. I have nothing but admiration for them and I do not intend to diminish their work in any way.  2. I have never played the Samurai Showdown games, and I would describe my knowledge of th doesn't belong to me anymore

 Just a little heads up that google is being silly and didn't renew my domain automatically so therefore I lost it and I dunno how to get it back without paying some exorbitant domain broker's fee. Screw that. Anyway, this blog is pretty much dead now except for some updates here and there. Come check me out at my youtube at  I bought instead.

Narcissu Side 2nd - Guest Review by Mid-tier Guard

The following review is by a friend of mine named Mid-tier Guard who was reading this story for the first time through my stream. These are his comments, raw and unfiltered taken directly from the videos and formatted to be readable. Thanks for the very long, detailed review, Mid-tier Guard. Good reading. Good writing. Let's just dive in, yeah? Side Characters There was something you told me the other day. It was about how Narcissu 2nd is able to explore more themes and show off  more scenery because Side 2nd has more characters. It's quite striking to have as many characters here in Side 2nd compared to Narcissu. While watching the replays, I attempted to collect my thoughts on each of them, particularly the side characters: Chihiro, the child, and Yuka. Some brief thoughts: Chihiro- Chihiro's a good girl. I'll talk about her in the religion section. Yuka- to put it bluntly, Yuka's presence is pretty weak. Her loyalty to Himeko is commendable, and both the perfect

chatgpt (AI) tells you why Nagi wins over Athena

  Hayate's Love for Nagi Hayate Ayasaki is a complex character in the popular manga and anime series "Hayate the Combat Butler." Throughout the series, he has been romantically linked with two of the main female characters, Athena Tennousu and Nagi Sanzenin. While Hayate has shown affection towards both women, it is clear that his feelings for Nagi are stronger and more genuine. One of the reasons why Hayate did not really love Athena is that their relationship was built on a foundation of guilt and obligation. Hayate had saved Athena from a dangerous situation when they were younger, and as a result, she felt indebted to him. She later developed romantic feelings for him, but it was clear that her feelings were driven more by gratitude and obligation than true love. Hayate, on the other hand, was drawn to Athena because of her beauty and charm, but he did not have a deep emotional connection with her. In contrast, Hayate's relationship with Nagi was much more meaning

(AI) ChatGPT tells you why Hayate Loves Nagi

Hayate Ayasaki, the male lead in the anime and manga series "Hayate no Gotoku!" (also known as "Hayate the Combat Butler"), has had many romantic interests throughout the series, but it is clear that his attraction to Nagi Sanzenin, the wealthy heiress and main female protagonist, is particularly strong. In this article, we will explore the reasons why Hayate was always attracted to Nagi Sanzenin. Firstly, Nagi possesses many qualities that Hayate admires. She is intelligent, creative, and independent, which are all traits that Hayate finds attractive. Nagi is also passionate about her hobbies and interests, which is something that Hayate respects and admires. Her confident and assertive personality is a contrast to Hayate's more reserved and humble nature, making her an intriguing and fascinating character to him. Secondly, Nagi is a source of comfort and support for Hayate. Throughout the series, Hayate experiences many challenges and hardships, but Nagi is al

Another ChatGPT (AI written) article

Nagi Sanzenin, the wealthy heiress and main female protagonist of the anime and manga series "Hayate no Gotoku!" (also known as "Hayate the Combat Butler"), has captured the hearts of many fans with her unique personality and charming demeanor. Throughout the series, there have been numerous romantic interests for the main character, Hayate, but it is clear from the beginning that Nagi was always meant to be his true love interest. In this article, we will explore the reasons why Nagi Sanzenin was always meant to be Hayate's love interest. Firstly, Nagi is the main female lead in the series. As the central character, she is given more screen time and attention than any other female character, which is a clear indication that she is an important figure in Hayate's life. From the very beginning of the series, Hayate is employed as Nagi's butler, and it is clear that she is the one he is meant to serve and protect. This dynamic sets the foundation for their

I asked ChatGPT to write me an article

Hayate Ayasaki, the protagonist of the anime and manga series "Hayate no Gotoku" or "Hayate the Combat Butler," is known for his kindness, loyalty, and unwavering devotion to his employers. Throughout the series, Hayate has been shown to have feelings for several of the female characters, including Nagi Sanzenin and Hinagiku Katsura. However, in the end, Hayate chose Nagi over Hinagiku, leaving many fans wondering why. To understand why Hayate rejected Hinagiku and chose Nagi, we need to look at the character development of both girls and how they relate to Hayate. Nagi Sanzenin is the wealthy heiress who employs Hayate as her butler. Despite her privileged background, Nagi is often lonely and has difficulty connecting with others. However, Hayate is different. He treats her with kindness and respect, and she comes to rely on him emotionally. Over time, it becomes clear that Hayate is the one person who truly understands and accepts Nagi for who she is. In return, N