DigitalHorsey wrote:1. What do you think of the Sanator concept in general?
I like the muted colors, which seem appropriate for your setting. I also like the 2D drawn character art, which I would consider to be somewhere between photorealistic and exaggerated. When I saw your drawings, my first thought was "It would not be out of place in an indie comic, or a standalone graphic novel."
I am worried about the story problem known as darkness induced audience apathy. It can affect stories in which the setting is so bleak that there doesn't seem to be anything worth saving. It can also affect stories in which the heroic characters aren't especially sympathetic, or not much different from the villains. Think about how you can address these concerns.
DigitalHorsey wrote:7. Do you prefer to buy a DRM free game (for examples, on Itch.io) rather than its Steam version?
Yes. I would prefer not to worry about if the title might get de-listed.
DigitalHorsey wrote:8. Do you use mobile devices to read visual novels? Would you prefer it over PC version if it's available?
Sometimes, yes. In the last few years, I've had trouble focusing on home console and computer games. I prefer to experience entertainment on a mobile device.
DigitalHorsey wrote:2. What kind of anime-related content do you like (anime, manga, ranobe, visual novels etc.)?
3. Do you like story driven RPG games?
4. How often do you read fantasy or science-fiction books?
Off-topic personal stuff:
* I wandered into translated comics fandom almost two decades ago. Lately I've had difficulty focusing on stories which emphasize continuity, so I've watched episodic series or standalone movies instead.
* Some of my favorite animated series were based on light novels. However, the only LN which I got into was Slayers. Because I haven't been an active fan, I've never heard the term "ranobe."
* The moment when I was most interested in visual novels was the mid-2000s. I enjoyed both professional and freeware titles, and took time to read anything which seemed remotely interesting. As of this writing, I'm considering returning to the computer VN scene for a while.
* I grew up enjoying console RPGs. The first few that I liked had almost no plot other than "defeat the villain, save the princess." During the late 2000s, when I chose to walk away from computer and home console games, the ones which I liked usually had an emphasis on plot and characters.
* I also grew up in public libraries, and read every fantasy novel which seemed personally interesting.