The content within Maggot baits is probably the most extreme of any visual novel we have ever licensed. We want to ensure as many people enjoy the game as possible and on their own terms, without being blindsided by any potentially distressing content.
The translator behind Maggot baits, Kouryuu, has composed a list of what you can expect to see. It goes without saying that this post will contain spoilers.
In Hashihime of the Old Book Town, many unusual, foreign, and unique terms are used throughout the story. Our team integrated a pop-up system during the English localization, which allows you to click on select terms and learn more about various cultural, literary, and historical references without breaking immersion or requiring an extensive Google search to better understand what you’re actually reading.
It wasn’t until later that the localization team decided, “Hey, wouldn’t it be cool if we added all that info to a PDF?” So here we are!
Want to stream Sengoku Rance? Well, now you can! Simply login to your account and locate your Sengoku Rance order. From there, select the optional “Download #3” button and download!
This patch replaces some images throughout the game with stream-safe versions. We strongly recommend that users play ahead a bit to ensure that they are comfortable with the content present, as it may violate some and/or most streaming site’s policies.
The following files are included in the stream patch:
If you wish to backup your current GA.ald files, which were included in your original download and installation, please do so prior to applying this patch. This will allow you to undo it at a later date if you so choose.
To apply this patch, please do the following:
1) Navigate to your Sengoku Rance installation directory. 2) Extract the included MG1132_3.zip into the Sengoku Rance game directory. 3) Rewrite files when prompted. 4) Open Sengoku Rance and enjoy!
Hello, Kouryuu here! So today we’re actually going to be discussing a slightly more serious topic: Child welfare.
Higurashi Ch. 7 focuses a lot on a specific characters’ struggle with child welfare officials, and we decided to provide a brief look into the history of child welfare in Japan, and some of its problems—specifically its difficulty in handling cases of abuse, leading up to where it lay at the time of Higurashi, around 1983.