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Re: Visual Novels

Posted: Sun Aug 01, 2021 3:42 pm
by BoneSnapDeez
Nemoide wrote:Is anyone familiar with getting the Moon Mirror English Patch for Fate/Stay Night to work? I bought a brand new copy of the game off of ebay and am attempting to install it using the English patch but I keep getting an error saying "File copying failed, please restart the installation procedure"
I've tried it multiple times with different compatibility mode options but keep getting the same error. Looking it up online I mostly see folks posting problems/solutions for pirated copies and I'd rather not download the game after getting my hands on an actual legit copy.

Maybe I should try it on my other PC...

Still having trouble?

I finally caved and got a copy of the game, and subsequently installed it and applied the patch.

Try installing the game to completion first. Make sure it opens and runs (in Japanese). Then apply the patch.

Re: Visual Novels

Posted: Fri Sep 03, 2021 2:42 pm
by chupon
In chapter 9 of Muv Luv Alternative. Things have really ratcheted up. I’m at what I think is the end of Operation 21st. Sumika is being pulled out of the Susano 2. Escape path is set. Not sure what is going to happen next.

Still loving every minute of this VN. Still taking it very slow.

Re: Visual Novels

Posted: Sat Sep 04, 2021 8:43 am
by BoneSnapDeez
You're in the thick of it now. Where the pace picks up and things start to get insane. I wonder how many more sessions you'll need. The later parts of the story lend themselves to binging.

Re: Visual Novels

Posted: Sun Nov 21, 2021 8:11 pm
by chupon
I beat Muv Luv Alternative. I have a lot of thoughts right now. Overall I loved it - even all the parts I had to slog through. Took me a little over a year to get through Unlimited, Extra, and Alternative. Time we’ll spent. I wish it wasn’t over.

Any fans of of the VN genre should play this.

Re: Visual Novels

Posted: Thu Nov 25, 2021 8:59 am
by Anapan
I wanted to explore through that Lain game for PS1 after I watched through the Anime back in the 90s. I ended up reading that mini manga thing later. I have known for a long time that a full translation can be followed through for the PS1 game, but it was just too cumbersome. I just found out that someone has ported the game with the translations to web interface:
It's slow and clunky. I don't know that I'll get through much of it. Just wanted to post it somewhere and say I'm hoping to enjoy it once I get used to the slow clunky interface.
I found out about it through a youtube video with resource links and stuff. Only a few minutes in, but it's nice to see help navigating.: