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Why did no one create Hoshizora no Memoria entry here?
It was cut because it violated the Content Policy.
How in the world is Ace Attorney a visual novel? If that's a visual novel, every Adventure Game ever made is a visual novel.
It's not an adventure game. Can you travel freely? Can you fight enemies? Can you make things go off the rails?
Now shut up.
Besides traveling freely, fighting enemies and making things go off the rails are not necessary elements of adventure games. Is this really worth telling somebody to shut up over?
Nah, and that editor (Greener223224) was banned a while ago for this kind of commentary.
Besides Persona 3 Portable, which itself pushes it, do any of the Shin Megami Tensei games listed, count? Devil Survivor games have cutscenes that look the part, but the cruft of the gameplay is the tactics. Persona 4 and The Golden don't fit either.
They're games about forming connections or building relationships, but they're not visual novels; not just for lacking the appearance, but for not being written like novels.
why not grouping the title based on the company that release it? as an example games from key, navel, or type moon, which already have some pages here
The entry for the Visual Novel Wingman links to the general trope.
The picture needs to be linked/cited. Is it on Wikipedia, is it Wikipedia fanart, what?
Perhaps yes, it is! (the first option, I mean)
I'm wondering if we can't do something similar to the Light Novel section and mark Visual Novels that actually have an American release.
I'm also curious if we can do the same for Visual Novels with a Fan Translation, but I'm worried that might be problematic on a number of levels.
I approve of this idea.
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