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redrosemagic
5 years ago#51
“I guess in all fairness I should point out that that's kind of an oversimplification. The scene has some really weird circumstances complicating it. And from what I understand, the Bad Ending isn't really bad.”

Oh I figured that. Simplifying it like that is somewhat akin to saying KLS is just a game about incest. Like I said I’m sure that there is context it’s just not something I expected I’d have to do as the protagonist of the story. It’s just… counterintuitive and if you hadn’t written that you need to do it to get the good ending with Ayame I suspect I’d be playing her path over and over trying to figure which decision I’m doing wrong without ever considering to follow through with the rape.

“..., I only got 15 minutes into Rapelay before expunging it from my computer and my mind (and taking a scalding shower), and I refuse to even think about Pro Lesring Ring Out.”

That reminds me that one time I tries watching a Serbian film with my brother, I endured up until… well “NEWBORN PORN!!!!” before I just HAD to leave the room and take a hot shower and watch clips of cute animals on YouTube. My brother actually sat through the whole thing, and his comment was “This is the worst piece of cinema I’ve ever seen in my life and I’ve seen Freddy Got Fingered. Never watch this, love; you’ll be a better person for it.” Keep in mind that my brother is somewhat of a connoisseur of bad films and isn’t at all fazed by cinematic violence. Heck he even argues that Salo(Or a 120 days of Sodom) is actually a good film with a complex social message.

“..."you and me, baby, ain't nothing but mamm-"”

“..als so let’s do it like they do on the Discovery Channel. Getting horny now!”
I really like that song… probably more than I should. ^^

“...is it weird that I almost feel like trying to bore you as a challenge? Never mind, I can answer that myself. If you really wanted an endurance test, you could try this one.”

Read it. Too easy. =P Try harder.

“Marutan! Warrior… of JUSTICE!”
“Well if you have to cross-dress everyday just to leave home…”

LOL! Have I mentioned you’re funny? Cause you’re funny. =P

“*punch*”

Awesome AT4W reference is awesome. =D

“Not the longest I've done, but...Soulbringer isn't a visual novel, and a review of the first three Devil May Cry games would be cheating. >_>”

Bring. It. On.

^^

“Well, to me the definitive version is the first six episodes of the radio series. That's where the series started before being adapted into novels and movies etc. I'm pretty sure they're available as 'The Primary Phase' or something like that.”

Ok then, another thing on my wish list. =D

“Well, perhaps Crescendo might not be for you, then. There are some dark scenes involving non-consensual sex in the game, though they always add to the emotional depth of the characters involved. But it's fine if that sort of thing just isn't your cup of tea.”

Oh it’s not the nonconsensual sex. I’m not that easy to gross out (I sat through Caligula with no problem). Like I mentioned it’s the fact that as the protagonist and supposed hero you actually have to do that to get the GOOD ending. I just expect games to punish you for making decisions like that. It’s counterintuitive for me. But I’ll restate that I’m sure there is context(I’m sure you wouldn’t have recommended it otherwise) for what happens and that I’m still quite interested in the game.

“Another bishoujo game with an amazing story that I like to recommend to people is Ever 17. It has no adult scenes, but a really involved storyline and backstory that I found gripping as they unfolded.”

Note taken. My wish list is really getting full. ^^

User Info: redrosemagic

redrosemagic
5 years ago#52
“Aww, that's sweet. I wish I had a little sister too, sometimes. =)”

We’ll this treatment is not automatic. I have a friend of mine whose relationship with his little sister is more akin to urban guerrilla than a loving family. Perhaps you meant someone as great as me as a sister? =P

Which isn’t to say my brother and I didn’t have a few spats over the years. For example when I was 14 he snuck into my room and, ever so gently and quietly, nailed my braid into the bed post, you can imagine what happened next >_>. Or that one time I blackmailed him into taking me and my friends to the movies by threatening to tell our parents the time he got home the night before( It was actually at 6 AM, he just snuck to bed and pretended to be asleep). But it’s still a far cry from the warzone situation I’ve seen (I mean they actually lock their rooms when they aren’t in them just to keep the other one out).
Those two hate each other, I’m not even kidding. My friend is very anxious to leave home just to get away from his sister which is baffling to me. I can literally not comprehend how a family relationship can get that bad. I guess I’m really lucky. =)

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redrosemagic
5 years ago#53
"or example when I was 14 he snuck into my room and, ever so gently and quietly, nailed my braid into the bed post, you can imagine what happened next >_>"

Kinda forgot to mention it was night and I'm a heavy sleeper. :P

User Info: Darkling183

Darkling183
5 years ago#54
But I’ll restate that I’m sure there is context (I’m sure you wouldn’t have recommended it otherwise) for what happens and that I’m still quite interested in the game.

Oh, definitely. I also chose not to rape Ayame on my first playthrough of her path, and was a bit surprised when I got her 'normal' ending rather than her good ending. But I fairly quickly realised which decision I had made wrong (the rest of them are pretty clear-cut), so I just had to bite the bullet, reload my save at that decision point, and move forward.

I have a friend of mine whose relationship with his little sister is more akin to urban guerrilla than a loving family.

Well, they do say you can choose your friends but not your family. If you get on with your relatives, that's great, but just because you're genetically related it doesn't mean you're going to get along like a house on fire. More like a house that's been firebombed,

Perhaps you meant someone as great as me as a sister? =P

Goes without saying. A little sister who plays bishoujo games and loves talking about them in great depth? Bing! Sign me up!

I have two siblings, so I know what the politics can be like. At one point my younger brother and I were sharing a room and we literally marked off our sides of the room with masking tape on the carpet, with a little path of neutrality in the middle so we could both get to our beds. We get along a bit better now that we don't have to live together. =)

User Info: Darkling183

Darkling183
5 years ago#55
Kinda forgot to mention it was night and I'm a heavy sleeper. :P

I'll admit I was wondering how he got away with that...

User Info: redrosemagic

redrosemagic
5 years ago#56
“Goes without saying. A little sister who plays bishoujo games and loves talking about them in great depth? Bing! Sign me up!”

Ohh. Thank you! ^-^

“At one point my younger brother and I were sharing a room and we literally marked off our sides of the room with masking tape on the carpet, with a little path of neutrality in the middle so we could both get to our beds. We get along a bit better now that we don't have to live together. =)”

Did that work at least? Did it reduce the warfare to a minimum? =P

“I'll admit I was wondering how he got away with that...”

Oh he didn’t. I woke up with the last few taps and tried to get up. I could only half sit on the bed with my head inclined. I started panicking, pulling my hair and screaming my head off before I associated my brother laughing like his head off with my present predicament(Looking back I shouldn’t have been so scared but I had just woken up and my mind was muddled). I calmed down a bit and out father walked in… One slap and a barked order latter and my brother is dutifully removing the nail.

Happy New Year!
I'll see you guys next year. =D

User Info: Darkling183

Darkling183
5 years ago#57
Did that work at least? Did it reduce the warfare to a minimum? =P

LOL, I'm sure there were still plenty of squabbles over the demilitarised zone, but we're both still here twenty-odd years later, so the treaty must have been at least partially successful. =)

Happy new year to you too! 2012 is a couple of hours old here and hasn't been too bad so far!

User Info: redrosemagic

redrosemagic
5 years ago#58
“LOL, I'm sure there were still plenty of squabbles over the demilitarised zone, but we're both still here twenty-odd years later, so the treaty must have been at least partially successful. =)”

Like they say, the problem with demilitarized zones is that they tend to have lots of soldiers nearby just waiting to start a fight. ^^ But I’m glad you both survived living together relatively unharmed.

My problem is the opposite. I’m not sure how to manage living without my brother. Heck, most my nightmares in the past year have been related to either being alone and helpless or him leaving me. -.-
Well I won’t have to find out anytime soon. My brother is arranging things so we can rent out(Is this expression correct?) our house (Which is quite large, it has 4 rooms and 3 bathrooms) and in turn rent a smaller house in the capital and nearer to both his work and the university of my choosing (I want to go into medicine, particularly pediatric). I’m not sure where the future will lead but if I get my wish I’ll just buy the house right next to ours and our families will live side to side. ^^

New year is 14 hours old and my hangover is finally subsiding. I only had like 3 flutes of champagne. I’m such a lightweight. -.- My brother drank a lot more and he’s walking around fresh as a daisy. And he's been rubbing my face in it. Grrr. I guess I’m just not meant to be a drinker. =P

User Info: Darkling183

Darkling183
5 years ago#59
My problem is the opposite. I’m not sure how to manage living without my brother.

Well, as you said, you don't need to tear yourself apart from him anytime soon. I think it's a great idea to rent out your home and in turn rent a smaller place that's easier to look after and closer to where you need to be.

I think you'll find that your social circle will expand quite considerably as you make new friends at university. Studying medicine takes a long time, so you'll have plenty of time to adjust to meeting new people and taking a step or two away from your brother, both emotionally and financially. I'm sure it'll work out fine. The idea of you two living next door to each other is very cute. =)

New year is 14 hours old and my hangover is finally subsiding. I only had like 3 flutes of champagne. I’m such a lightweight.

LOL, well, at least you don't have to spend lots of money on alcohol to have a good time. ;)

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redrosemagic
5 years ago#60
“Studying medicine takes a long time, so you'll have plenty of time to adjust to meeting new people and taking a step or two away from your brother, both emotionally and financially”

Just a step emotionally and several financially. ^^

I just want to stop missing him horribly every time he doesn’t sleep at home (Which is rare admittedly). I mean, I don’t think I’ll ever be able to (Or want to) get rid of my baaad case of big brother worship, but I do want to make sure I can make it on my own. That’s why (I think) I immediately understood and sympathized with Kana in the true ending. I know what it’s like to be so emotionally dependent on somebody to the point it’s hard to tell where they end and you begin. I need to be my own person.

As for financially… let’s just say that I’m going to have to be dependent on him for all the years I spent studying. Med school is very expensive (Even with the scholarships I’m entitled to, and they are quite a few) and even if I find a job that has hours that work around my school schedule I would never be able to pay for it alone. Good thing I don’t need to. =P

“LOL, well, at least you don't have to spend lots of money on alcohol to have a good time. ;)”

Nope. Dinner with friends and then we retreated to my house to celebrate … and drink a bit, I almost never drink but when I do brother insists that I drink in a safe environment (ie: Him watching over). Outside of my best friend getting drunk with only two drinks (Turns out she’s even more lightweight than me =P) and trying to make out with my brother it was a pretty awesome way to herald the New Year. And the only money we spent was at the restaurant. =D
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