I've not played any of its products, but Voltage is a company that has produced several romance games.Chocopyro wrote:Now could someone please explain to me what Voltage is? I'm not to savvy with the otome vocabulary.
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Thanks. I've been wondering that for a while now.Mad Harlequin wrote:I've not played any of its products, but Voltage is a company that has produced several romance games.
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PiyoPiyo wrote:That's super helpful. Thank you.Anne wrote:There was a poll recently on English Otome Games asking the same question http://www.englishotomegames.net/polls (~70% / 1295 votes for anime style, 2% / 33 votes for non-anime)
And yeah. Voltage is pretty sub-par all around. That was one of the reasons I wanted to make a good English, Otome mobile game. Tired of teaching dudes how to cook for themselves.
I was originally gong to say that I think it's a stylistic choice and edging out of strictly anime style for visual novels might be a refreshing think to do and a way to start introducing a new style to visual novels so that people don't feel like it 'has' to be anime style...
Then I read the tired of teaching guys how to cook part and I laughed so hard I nearly spit out my drink XD
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