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.
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Bonjour à tous, or hello, everyone! The House in Fata Morgana is now available for our French-speaking customers!
For Steam customers, you can change the language via Steam’s library language settings. To do this, just right-click the product in your game library, select “properties,” click the “language” tab in the pop-up window, and select the language from the drop-down menu.
ForMangaGamerand GOG customers, the French version will be available as a separate executable (.exe) inside of the download package. Please install whichever version suits you!
We’d also like to share a message from French translator, Samia, and the developer behind The House of Fata Morgana, Novectacle!