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Re: Key games

#16 Post by teacup » Sat Apr 07, 2012 9:24 pm

tuna_sushi wrote:Kinda disappointed that J.C. Staff will make the LB! anime... :|
Well, I'll still be waiting! >:D
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J.C. Staff? I thought for sure it would be Kyoto Animation... {but KyoAni has disappointed me lately so I guess I'm not surprised}
I hope JC Staff doesn't screw up. They seem kind of hit-or-miss.
Nonetheless, I'll still be eagerly waiting for it too!
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Re: Key games

#17 Post by applegirl » Mon Apr 09, 2012 12:33 am

:/ I wish it was Kyoto Animation, but I'm somewhat hopeful. I loved Toradora and Kare Kano. Unfortunately, the bitter taste of Zero no Tsukaima is making me more than a little apprehensive of the quality for this adaptation. Hopefully JC Staff will hit it out of the park. If not, hopefully Kyoto goes back to its Key roots.

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Re: Key games

#18 Post by Blane Doyle » Mon Apr 09, 2012 12:58 pm

KyoAni turned Key down at least twice, so Key went to another studio.

JC Staff has Bakuman, Toradora!, Toaru Majutsu no Index, Ghost Hunt, Shana, Slayers, Azumanga Daioh, even Utena under their belt, so I am hopeful they will do wel. I trust Key's integrity.

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Re: Key games

#19 Post by Duendain » Sun May 27, 2012 8:19 pm

Speaking of Clannad, I loved both the Anime and the VN but i did especially like the Tomoyo episode. (well it was an episode in the anime)
However, I found there is a spinoff of Clanned, that is a sequel to clannad but in the Tomoyo path. Now, I jumped at it and tried to find it.

I did, but what i see there is no english version, just a partial one.
http://doki.co/2011/04/27/dokis-visual- ... oyo-after/
It's the blog (I think) but it's not finnished yet. I hope they do soon!
I want to know more of the story with Tomoyo.

Anyone have an idea how long an average translate takes? (they have been working for a year on it but but.)

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Re: Key games

#20 Post by tuna_sushi » Mon May 28, 2012 10:23 pm

Duendain wrote:Anyone have an idea how long an average translate takes? (they have been working for a year on it but but.)
Depends, but a long one takes more than one year.
(Tomoyo After is 10 - 30 hours) --> [From VNDB]
Seeing the blog, I think it's going to be finished soon... (This year probably)
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Re: Key games

#21 Post by Duendain » Tue May 29, 2012 11:31 am

tuna_sushi wrote: Depends, but a long one takes more than one year.
(Tomoyo After is 10 - 30 hours) --> [From VNDB]
Seeing the blog, I think it's going to be finished soon... (This year probably)
I see, Well always liked Key so it will be interesting. I myself is dragging through Little Busters for the moment and I have never laughed so much from a VN before. But it never seems to end.. it's so long. VNDB doesn't joke and say it's around 50 hours. :mrgreen:

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