Today’s post is about a topic that many an otaku contemplate about: their waifus. One of the best parts of anime and visual novels are the many wonderful heroines that come from works of fiction. Of course, a waifu doesn’t need to necessarily come from a Japanese made work of fiction, but it is the Japanese who have mastered the art of creating loveable fictional characters that cause deep infatuations in people. So as a just for fun kind of thing, I decided to construct my own personal harem. Just a minor note to throw out, some shit will be spoiled. Which shit? I dunno, I haven’t started writing out entries at this point, but I imagine some things will be spoiled. So just to be safe, feel free to skip entries of stuff you don’t want spoiled.
…And so, without further ado, I introduce all who come across this post to my harem!
When one ventures into otaku culture long enough, chances are that discussions about how “pure” a particular character is may pop-up. More often than not, these “discussions” are nothing more than judging said character’s “pureness” on completely shallow, arbitrary, and/or subjective standards and they make my head hurt from the stupidity. However, I do think there’s something to be said about how a fair amount of otaku related media does have more of a focus on innocence and purity than most other types of media.
I have a problem. One that’s been plaguing my otaku hobbies for years. My inability to choose what I want to watch/read next. When it comes to that sort of thing, I’m more indecisive than the average harem protagonist.
VNDB entry: https://vndb.org/v3144
Erogamescape entry: http://erogamescape.dyndns.org/~ap2/ero/toukei_kaiseki/game.php?game=12591
Subarashiki Hibi ~Furenzoku Sonzai~ (Titled as Wonderful Everyday ~Diskontinuierliches Dasein~ for the English release) has recently been officially released in English. This is a title that I’d been interested in for a good while now. Not only do I enjoy it greatly when VN’s go through more than one PV, but I think anyone would get curious about this game given the insanely high praise it’s gotten (As of writing, Subahibi currently has scores of 90/100 and 8.91/10 on Erogamescape and VNDB). Now, I’m not one to get blinded by hype, but I don’t see anything wrong with at least being curious about a work that is hugely hyped. No need for me to waste any more time, let’s jump in, shall we?