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  • l0liIl y a 3 ans#14945061I usually buy them for the art, not so much the story because I also can't read much of it. But comiket also has other things like picture collections without text or in one area they sell official merchandise (that is often comiket exclusive). I wrote an article about it on my website nya.bz/c90
    But when you buy games instead of manga, do you have no problems playing them? I played VN's with translation software before but for console games this does not work...

    Oh, I see, you mostly buy them because of the art. Actually I do want to learn to read, but it still will take me some time.
    I checked out your website article, I understand now. Yeah, of course there is much more exclusive merch other then manga/doujinshi. That event looks so big and crowded. I can't imagine having to take the first train to be on time for the queue. Often I see Comiket exclusive dakimakuras pop up for sale.
    Well, I just have a few VN games, which are all on PSP, so I can't use translation software. Usually there is a lot of speech too, which I can mostly understand, but for reading it takes time for me too and I need a translator for most part. The pace is usually slow and it takes quite some time to go through a scene. When I feel like I don't understand the story anymore, then I usually give up the session for that moment. For me, VNs are also a learning method to improve and learn my Japanese.
    Il y a 3 ans
    MugenTenshinFRDIl y a 3 ans#14944172They are indeed difficult to transport, especially with their big boxes and the fact that they can damage so easily. Luckily I only bought a few figures, it could've been even more crazy if I bought all the figures that I like or want.
    That's nice too, just buying other merch, that's not too hard to carry. Instead of figures, I bought a lot of videogames too as you can see.
    Wow, travelling to Japan during Comiket is nice! I might want to experience that too some time, especially after I saw OreImo. Actually I didn't buy any manga, I could have bought that too at Mandarake and other stores, but my Japanese reading isn't that good yet.

    I usually buy them for the art, not so much the story because I also can't read much of it. But comiket also has other things like picture collections without text or in one area they sell official merchandise (that is often comiket exclusive). I wrote an article about it on my website nya.bz/c90
    But when you buy games instead of manga, do you have no problems playing them? I played VN's with translation software before but for console games this does not work...
    Il y a 3 ans
    l0liIl y a 3 ans#14943867Nice. I rarely buy figures when I'm in Japan because they are difficult to transport. I usually buy DVD's, Wallscrolls, Artbooks and lots and lots of Doujinshi (I mostly go during Comiket).
    They are indeed difficult to transport, especially with their big boxes and the fact that they can damage so easily. Luckily I only bought a few figures, it could've been even more crazy if I bought all the figures that I like or want.
    That's nice too, just buying other merch, that's not too hard to carry. Instead of figures, I bought a lot of videogames too as you can see.
    Wow, travelling to Japan during Comiket is nice! I might want to experience that too some time, especially after I saw OreImo. Actually I didn't buy any manga, I could have bought that too at Mandarake and other stores, but my Japanese reading isn't that good yet.

    angelbottIl y a 3 ans#14929609Neat loot! c:
    I was busy drooling at DOA loots. ^q^

    Glad you liked it! Yay, another DOA fan! I'm really happy with the DOA items that I bought, it mostly was my main focus as you can see.
    Il y a 3 ans
    MugiwaraPiratesIl y a 3 ans#14927862That was really a nice loot post! Hope to see another one in the future ;)
    You got some neat items right there, especially the Hakovision! Now you have your own private Hatsune Miku performance in your room lol. You basically stole that Haruhi Suzumiya Figma from the store cause it was so cheap xD. Like I said I hope to see more posts in the future and don't forget to stay 100 :p (you know what I mean haha)

    Thanks! Definitely there will be another (Japan) loot in the future, I already look forward to it! :)
    I'm glad you like it. Except the Project Diva VR concerts and the virtual Hatsune Miku inventions, I finally have a new and small way of a concert.
    The Figma Haruhi Suzumiya deal was a steal, only ¥100!
    I see what you did there in that comment, you came up and done did it. :P
    Il y a 3 ans
    Nice. I rarely buy figures when I'm in Japan because they are difficult to transport. I usually buy DVD's, Wallscrolls, Artbooks and lots and lots of Doujinshi (I mostly go during Comiket).
    Il y a 3 ans
    Neat loot! c:
    I was busy drooling at DOA loots. ^q^
    Il y a 3 ans
    That was really a nice loot post! Hope to see another one in the future ;)
    You got some neat items right there, especially the Hakovision! Now you have your own private Hatsune Miku performance in your room lol. You basically stole that Haruhi Suzumiya Figma from the store cause it was so cheap xD. Like I said I hope to see more posts in the future and don't forget to stay 100 :p (you know what I mean haha)
    Il y a 3 ans
    victorviperIl y a 3 ans#14927037Those are some good deals, particularly that DOAX3 set.
    Those Hakovision boxes are neat little novelty pieces, too. Too bad I refuse to buy a smartphone.
    It's too bad your 100 yen Project Diva 2nd game didn't pan out. How in the world does someone manage to break a UMD, I wonder? That's one of the more indestructible media formats out there!

    They are indeed, I'm quite happy about the items I picked up! The DOAX3 set is definitely a deal, I might want the PS4 CE too some day when I go back to Japan.

    I'm not sure yet what the Hakovision thing is, I still need to test it out. So it works with smartphones, I see.

    I'm still going to try and fix the Project Diva 2nd game. Actually, if you replace the UMD into the PSP everytime, it can start to split the plastic, this also happens if you grip it too hard. For me, only 1 UMD in my collection was damaged by myself. They are strong media formats normally.
    Il y a 3 ans
    Those are some good deals, particularly that DOAX3 set.

    Those Hakovision boxes are neat little novelty pieces, too. Too bad I refuse to buy a smartphone.

    It's too bad your 100 yen Project Diva 2nd game didn't pan out. How in the world does someone manage to break a UMD, I wonder? That's one of the more indestructible media formats out there!
    Il y a 3 ans
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