- there is only one stage and its being an idiot weeaboo piece of shit
It has come to my attention some people aren’t too fond of the length of the Alice games. The padded. Visual Novel esque. With helpful Favorable Anime feature. Alice game.
Guys. Really. You don’t KNOW a long game until you’ve played the one and only ORIGINAL Heart No Kuni No Alice
THIS GAME. LET ME EXPLAIN THIS GAME TO YOU.
You don’t GET the option to skip through the prologue on the first go. You have to sit through it. It’s long. Classic QR trademark.
There IS no favorable anime animation whether you choose correctly or incorrectly. You just don’t know until the next heart meter updates! And it takes time for it to! So even if the heart meter updates, you could be at the normal end and be sent home!
There is no instant event give. You have approximately 300+ turns to visit the character you want to raise favorability points. Events come every 10-12 turns, and it’s up to YOU to keep count of it. I have an entire Rilakkuma notebook FILLED with tally marks from me trying to keep track of when to visit and what time I needed to change it to! Because if you fuck up, you won’t know until the end!
Time is random, as it should be. If you visit the character on the turn of the event at the wrong time, no event. Too bad. You should have been more attentive! (Or good at guessing) and time can only be changed with the hour glasses, which you only start with three of and can only replenish by using your turns to go where a character won’t be available at that time. It’s a waste of turns, but tough.
So tell me. Compared to this, how lenient is the app version?
- It lets you skip straight to the character content
- Makes the prologue optional
- No pesky turns or tallying
- No hour glasses
- You get the events practically gift wrapped to you in a bright red bow on a silver platter
So to those who groan about how long the app routes are, I say ENOUGH!
We never had such a luxury coming into the fandom!
WE HAD TO ENDURE
WE HAD TO WALK 15 MILES UPHILL
IN THE SNOW
AND WE WERE GRATEFUL
"talking about sexism or racism on Tumblr doesn’t solve anything"
really? because I am absolutely certain that I am a better, less bigoted person than I was a few years ago and that is most certainly due to the people I met and things I read on Tumblr
perhaps it doesn’t do anything for the worst of the worst but there are still plenty of people who do learn from impassioned Tumblr posts