Check the kickstarter for the update!
The link to the kickstarter is in Gshen's comment.
We are back to the deadzone
You're absolutely right, everyday I come here to see if there is any update, but everytime I'm disappointed to see there is nothing new. Man, I was so excited about this game.
This is very true, this is one of the reasons that i'm very careful with kickstarters specially visual novels, they are unresponsive, they promise to finish the project one year but do so in years after years, they collect a lot of money out of the kickstarts with promises and then when it comes to deliver it feels like they are doing a "favor" to the fans, no, they payed for the project it was a payment with a promise not a donation. There are a few kickstarters that are doing things right for example Re:Legend, they keep updates on monthly basis if anything happens with the project they inform the backers immediately that is a professional treatment. I wish it was like that for all of it, because let's be honest the projects that are acting this way (unresponsive does not deliver for years on their promises) end up closing doors to future projects, on her last update she was promoting a new visual novel kickstarter, but being honest i would never back up a project that she recomends, don't get me wrong, i love her writing she truly has talent as a otome creator but she lack the professionalism that comes with it. This is just my opinion though.
totally right 😁, rather than assuming, better pray and hope for the best to agashi
for the time being, we can play another visual novel 😁 yayy
I get where you're coming from, but it's been half a year. Kickstarter Backers contributed more than 10.000$. The author has an obligation to them, and bimonthly updates that aren't even regular just don't live up to that obligation. I'm not even talking about having to speed up the progress, just about posting "Sorry, didn't really get anything done this month." once a month. Besides, nobody is accusing them of not caring about keeping the fans notified. Quite the opposite, this thread is full of people just wanting to support the author.
I have to agree on that. I'm not a backer and have been pretty lax about following this game, but boy, do I feel bad for the investors.
See, I wouldn't say a word if this was a free project - but it's not. People payed money for it, so now it's an actual obligation - a job. Nevermind the delays, I understand that real life happens, but I don't believe that one can't find like five minutes per week to write at least a single sentence like "Hello, still have problems, progress slow but going, see you another week." - or have someone else do this for you.
And if there's some kind of serious trouble, trying to sweep it under the rug is the worst thing to do in the long run, even if coming out with it seems scary.
All in all, I hope that the author does well, but I won't deny that this is highly unprofessional and maybe even disrespectful to the fans. Fingers crossed for a good and swift resolution.
as someone who backed their project I feel disappointed and just sad tbh. We just want updates, any kind. It's okay saying you didn't finish things, but say it. keeping us like this makes me afraid of what you said; if in the end this project never comes to life at least tell us so. It's fine, we will understand, life happens, people have jobs and family. But not this silence stretching until people become bitter please. We were all very excited for this project, but this has become ridiculous and absurd.
Man that's one depressing fun fact...