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1 Player 2020-01-12T23:56:16 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
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Anyone else feel dumb or ignorant when reading sci-fi VNs? Mainly when the characters are explaining something technical in-depth. I just can't pay attention, I get bored. Then I worry if it was crucial to understanding the VN.
2 Player 2020-01-13T01:01:41
yeah i get what you mean. same thing happens to me in movies, when characters start talking about technical shit. i hate that.
3 Player 2020-01-13T02:05:37
We really need to get people to read the golden age of hard science-fiction again. Better yet, get them to understand science and engineering.
4 Player 2020-01-15T05:45:37
Are there any hard science fiction VNs, as opposed to magic called science like I usually see in anime?
5 Player 2020-01-15T15:44:09
Muv-Luv (really) and I/O come to mind. There's also the sci;adv series.
6 Player 2020-01-17T02:15:44
Is it actual deep technical talk, or made-up mumbo jumbo that relies on science being akin to magic.
7 Player 2020-01-17T03:37:39
The prose in VNs is often boring for me, I'm not sure if it's just particularly bland translations or bad young adult tier writing, but I usually give up within the first 50 pages. I ought to try some more though.
8 Player 2020-01-17T10:47:15
Actual deep technical talk, not technobabble. For example when the flooding process is explained in Ever17 or when Sora is explaining that one theory (forgot what it was, it's been a few years) in her route.
9 Player 2020-01-17T11:13:28
Some nautical concepts are explained among the mumbo jumbo, for example you get a rundown on the runs and how buoyancy basically works.
10 Player 2020-01-17T11:18:10
I get the runs when I eat at Taco Bell
11 Player 2020-01-17T16:26:27
Most VNs are poorly translated.

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