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Art – An arrangement of items that is considered pleasing. When people talk about video games and art, they are generally being irritating windbags who don’t realize how nebulous the word is and how pointless it is to argue whether or not a particular example of media counts as art or not.
Rarely in these conversations do people actually talk about gameplay.
[...] The PS2 port differs from the original game series in that it will include full voice acting, redrawn CGs, and integration of the Question arcs into a single branching storyline.
It has been announced the PS2 port will include the first seven PC arcs (Matsuribayashi-hen is excluded) and three original "Final" arcs - Taraimawashi-hen, Tsukiotoshi-hen and Miotsukushi-hen.
Adventure (1) – Any game with elements of exploration or item-hunting. Most games labelled “adventure” are actually “find the hidden object” platformers like Adventure (2) – A more specific term for games in which the focus is on the player solving puzzles and using items in the correct configuration. Many Visual Novels are dumbed-down versions of these. A useful strategy for deliberately taking hits so your allies can attack the enemy from behind, or drawing enemies out one by one so you can fight them at your leisure. A term derived from computer science that, in the context of gaming simply refers to: game behavior that changes in reaction to player input, as contrasted to game action that is merely scripted.
A game enemy that chases the player has artificial intelligence, while an enemy that simply paces backward and forward does not.
It was obvious that Miyamoto was a nice girl who just lacked self-confidence.
Furthermore, when these two "Final" arcs are cleared, the epilogue, Miotsukushi-hen, will be unlocked.
AAA – Peacock term for big, rich companies that have huge advertising budgets.
An “AAA title” is simply a very famous one with lots of hype leading up to it.
Even if she didn't lose weight, as long as she gained self-confidence, she'd be a great otaku friend. Because Miyamoto wasn't considered as a "beautiful girl" by his system, Seiji wasn't able to view her favorability rating towards him. Perhaps my story was too unbelievable for her to handle.' Seiji thought to himself.
He was rejected, he was rejected, he was rejected... He had only wanted to make a friend with whom he could discuss otaku topics. Although Mika and Chiaki were both nice, neither of them were interested otaku topics.
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