Translation Patch Survey: The Joy Of Loving You

It’s been one month since the release of the patch, so I’d like to ask some questions about your thoughts on the game now that it’s in a language you can understand. Answer as many of the questions below as you like, but only after you finish the visual novel (i.e., get to the credits). Scales from 1-5 go from lowest to highest. Note: I normally post a survey two weeks after the release of a patch, but more urgent duties have delayed this one by one month.

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Translation Patch Survey: Beloved Photograph

It’s been three weeks since the release of the patch, so I’d like to ask some questions about your thoughts on the game now that it’s in a language you can understand. Answer as many of the questions below as you like, but only after you finish the visual novel (i.e., get to the credits). Scales from 1-5 go from lowest to highest. Note: I normally post a survey two weeks after the release of a patch, but prior engagements have delayed this one by one week. Continue reading Translation Patch Survey: Beloved Photograph

Description for the A Kiss For The Petals Panel at Nekocon 14 [Updated 2 Oct 2011]

[Update 7 August 2011: This panel has been submitted to Anime USA.]

[Update 29 August 2011: Nekocon has approved the panel. You can verify its status at the Panels and Workshops page at Nekocon’s website. Please make suggestions in the comments.]

[Update 2 October 2011: Anime USA has declined the panel. It has been added to their auxiliary list, which will replace panels that are not fulfilled.]

[Update 15 October 2011: The panel has been rescheduled to 12:00 A.M. on Sunday night. Check the Nekocon schedule here.]

I have submitted a proposal for an 18+ panel at Nekocon 14 (4-6 November 2011, Hampton, VA) with the following description. It has been accepted by Nekocon and is currently pending approval from Anime USA (18-20 November 2011, Arlington, VA).

Those looking for yuri that goes beyond subtext know the frustration of finding one of the few titles advertised as such, only to find that it features things like foreign objects, supernatural elements, unusual anatomy, and worst of all, men. In 2006, the doujin game company Fuguriya decided to simply give what yuri hentai fans have been asking for. Their flagship title, Sono Hanabira ni Kuchizuke wo, or A Kiss For The Petals as it’s known in English, featured the story of two high school girls in love without letting anything get in the way.

Now spanning 11 eroge (four of which have been translated into English by fans), 10 light novels, four drama CDs, a YouTube mini-drama series, a web radio show, an anime OVA special, and a doujin manga series, A Kiss For The Petals rose from a single yuri eroge that dared to go against the norm to an internationally acclaimed exemplar of untainted girls love. If you think all yuri has to be either subtext or appalling, come in and learn about the biggest yuri doujin series you’ve never heard of.

News for Sono Hanabira ni Kuchizuke wo / A Kiss For The Petals

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