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  • MeiChama
    MeiChamaRegular Boarder • lv8
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    #21
    7 years ago
    Princess Waltz since my friend had bought it and I had never played any so he let me borrow it to give a try. It was good for the most part just really frustrating at times with the card battle system.
  • Iggytooth
    IggytoothRegular Boarder • lv10
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    #22
    7 years ago • Updated 7 years ago
    My first VN was Starry Sky, in spring to be more specific ^^
    I ended up playing the whole series and yes some seasons I would (/have) play/ed again C:
  • iFob3
    iFob3Regular Boarder • lv20
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    #23
    6 years ago • Updated 6 years ago
    I don't exactly remember wich one of the two, but either Seasons of the Sakuras or Nocturnal illusions. I count both of them as 2 of my favorites. :D

    ...

    Or possibly Immoral studies 1... Good... but... boff... at the same time not that much interesting. Story 'bout a pervert private teacher who corrupt his students into sex. Lol.
  • iFob3
    iFob3Regular Boarder • lv20
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    #24
    6 years ago
    zinv2959 years ago#444525Saw Phantom of Inferno (Hirameki DVD) on a local dvd rental shop and was curious so I rented it. The concept was new to me but I couldnt put the damn thing down. One of the few VN's I played that I didn't use a walkthrough, but getting all the endings and seeing Ein's smiling face at the end was worth it.

    Bought and played Desire, Divi-dead, and Kana ~Imouto~ soon after.


    You played Divi-dead! I'd so like to play to that game!!! How is it?
  • zinv295
    zinv295Regular Boarder • lv13
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    #25
    6 years ago • Updated 6 years ago
    ifob86 years ago#2141053zinv2959 years ago#444525Saw Phantom of Inferno (Hirameki DVD) on a local dvd rental shop and was curious so I rented it. The concept was new to me but I couldnt put the damn thing down. One of the few VN's I played that I didn't use a walkthrough, but getting all the endings and seeing Ein's smiling face at the end was worth it.

    Bought and played Desire, Divi-dead, and Kana ~Imouto~ soon after.


    You played Divi-dead! I'd so like to play to that game!!! How is it?


    Since it was one of the games that introduced me to the genre, It was a unique experience in hindsight. It would most likely seem generic though compared to today.

    (that post just made me end my "lurker" status for 2 years)
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  • iFob3
    iFob3Regular Boarder • lv20
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    #26
    6 years ago
    zinv2956 years ago#2141940ifob86 years ago#2141053zinv2959 years ago#444525Saw Phantom of Inferno (Hirameki DVD) on a local dvd rental shop and was curious so I rented it. The concept was new to me but I couldnt put the damn thing down. One of the few VN's I played that I didn't use a walkthrough, but getting all the endings and seeing Ein's smiling face at the end was worth it.

    Bought and played Desire, Divi-dead, and Kana ~Imouto~ soon after.


    You played Divi-dead! I'd so like to play to that game!!! How is it?


    Since it was one of the games that introduced me to the genre, It was a unique experience in hindsight. It would most likely seem generic though compared to today.

    (that post just made me end my "lurker" status for 2 years)


    I see. What I often like is mystery. :P I think one of the most important aspect in a visual novel is the story, of course. :P
    But the music, and the images of course, are important. I would even say that the capacity of making choices in a visual novel is somewhat a surplus, if the story is good. :)
  • Knight-Hart
    Knight-HartRegular Boarder • lv17
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    #27
    6 years ago
    First was Ever17, though technically you might be able to say that 999 was my first, but it does have gameplay. Shortly after that, I played ChaoS;HEAd(I only started getting into VNs recently), and ChaoS;HEAd was my favourite.
  • Mitsuna
    Mitsunaリトルバスターズ最高!Regular Boarder • lv22
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    #28
    6 years ago
    My first VN was Little Busters! It's my all time favourite
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  • Salcilia
    SalciliaᵔᴥᵔRegular Boarder • lv25
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    #29
    6 years ago
    Dramatical murder


  • iTheShirt
    iTheShirtSeasonally Otaku'dRegular Boarder • lv26
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    #30
    6 years ago • Updated 6 years ago
    The first VN I played was SISTERS Ultra Edition by Jellyfish. I enjoyed it a lot. Replay value is pretty high too. :9
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  • iFob3
    iFob3Regular Boarder • lv20
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    #31
    6 years ago
    EcchiLetch8 years ago#1002166The first VN I played was Three Sisters Story. Even to this day it holds a special place in my heart. The story and graphics were simplisitc but effective. I recently bought the JAST Collection which has Three Sister Story, Season of Sakura and Runaway City. Three classics imo.

    Overnice those three, but the cd doesn't work on win 8!! D: ! :(
  • Jun-MadWolf
    Jun-MadWolfRegular Boarder • lv12
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    #32
    6 years ago
    It is difficult to say which was the first, mostly because the time that has passed. In any case, the Visual Novel that marked my beginnings was Saya no Uta. I'm really a big fan of that story.
  • Wiresetc
    WiresetcRegular Boarder • lv11
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    #33
    6 years ago
    It has been a few years, but I remember playing Chaos;Head in English. That would be my first VN. To Love Ru Trouble: Doki Doki! Rinkaigakkou-Hen was my first Japanese VN. I still remember messing with the buttons on the PSP. Apparently it was normal to use O instead of X to continue.
  • xxnewplayerxx
    xxnewplayerxxRegular Boarder • lv7
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    #34
    4 years ago
    https://s.vndb.org/cv/39/22939.jpg The first visual novel that I've tried is NekoPara. Back then in 2014, I was innocent on this kind of things ... after trying this, it corrupted my innocent mind.

    Read MoreHide After finishing it, I crave for more. (Yeah, maybe because of the some H-scenes but I want to know more stories.) Back then, I don't know "kinetic" stuffs and I'm just new on reading Visual Novels back in 2014 ... so, I don't know what is the non-kinetic Visual Novel and kinetic Visual Novel is. After talking to some "VETERAN" friends (they call themselves as that) to recommend me some non-kinetic Visual Novels, they recommended to me Hoshizora no Memoria, Grisaia no Kajitsu and many more. And also, I started to explore some untranslated Visual Novels like Yumekoi, Hanayome to Maou and etc. to improve my Japanese reading skills, because back then ... I was studying how to read Katakana, Hiragana and some Kanji.
  • HDMages
    HDMagesRegular Boarder • lv6
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    #35
    4 years ago
    My first visual novel would be Hatsune Miku: To you of the future, I give every song, I liked it because at the time I was generally into Miku vocaloid songs, I would play it again if I were to forget everything about the novel because it was a Kinetic one. Did I like it? Yes, I did because it introduced me to Visual Novels, and I just started finding more and more.
  • tgc_figures
    tgc_figuresRegular Boarder • lv6
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    #36
    10 days ago
    it was dramatical murder for me, and the only reason is cuz im a gay af college kid LOL
    i also think the art is pretty and clear is a cutie (⭒•͈
  • lemonade7389
    lemonade7389Regular Boarder • lv9
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    #37
    10 days ago
    Mine was Fate/Realta Nua (download sure was a pain too). Still need to finish Heavens Feel :(
  • Komikazekitten
    KomikazekittenRegular Boarder • lv4
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    #38
    9 days ago
    First one was probably:

    Yume Miru Kusuri: A Drug That Makes You Dream

    As a kid I saw it advertised in a magazine (I think it was JUMP). I had no idea it was a eroge but I thought the artwork was pretty so I went in search of it....
  • Nefere
    NefereRegular Boarder • lv17
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    #39
    9 days ago
    tgc_figures10 days ago#89918433it was dramatical murder for me, and the only reason is cuz im a gay af college kid LOL
    i also think the art is pretty and clear is a cutie (⭒•͈
    The game is pretty, and endings are rewarding (I've cried watching few of them). Clear was my first choice too :)

    My first VN was probably N.E.M.O. dreamweaverswor... - advertizsed as the first Polish visual novel. I wasn't good with English, so a game in native language was the only choice back then. I've remember how I've struggled with a harem path to get all endings without a walkthrough :/ "Skip" option was a blessing that time.
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