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Games you will never play–Imouto no Katachi (successor to Yosuga no Sora)

Title: Imouto no Katachi
JP Title: イモウトノカタチ
Studio: Sphere
Release Date: 31/08/2012
Official Site: [cuffs-sphere.jp]
VNDB: [vndb.org]

This game is created by the same company who made Yosuga no Sora (!) which came out way back in 2008! Wow… time flies. It’s been a long development time… 3 years. Looks like all the staff are the same. The writers are the same as Yosuga no Sora. They have Hashimoto Katashi (YNG, White Breath) + 2 others for artists. Playing through the trial… lots of jealous imoutos and lots of comedy. Looking forward to its release in August!

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Clannad: Tomoyo After (game) full english translation comes out on July 20th, 2012!

Why you need to be playing this game:

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Rose Gun Days

Rose Gun Days is a new visual novel created by 07th Expansion, the group that brought to you the Higurashi no Naku Koro ni and Umineko no Naku Koro ni Series.
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Trying out Mahou Tsukai no Yoru Trial

Fabulous graphics

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I’m playing Katawa Shoujo too

Lilly is too awesome. Therefore I’m leaving this window open overnight/while I do other work.

So much awesomness in this 800x600 image file.

So much awesomness in this 800x600px image file.

Besides playing KS, I’m also reading up on sql injection and how to pwn a remote MySQL db fronted by an ‘dodgy’ jsp/tomcat frontend running on Windows Server 2003 R2 (school work).  I’m looking for a reverse proxy to put in front of the tomcat webserver to intercept requests to it (so I can cook up some evil script to forward the sql injection attacks/etc to other teams’ servers). Reading some write-ups of past CTFs’ challenges too.

Some funny Katawa Shoujo moments

Well I played Katawa Shoujo and completed the routes for Emi, Rin and Shizune. Here’s something from me to you:

SHIZUNE’S ROUTE IS BORING AS FUCK. It’s just walls of text everywhere and frankly, it’s a pain in the ass to read.

Now that I got that done, let’s move on to what I really want to say.
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