Does this still count as a VN?

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#51 by thefreeloader
2017-06-20 at 03:48
Ingurishu purisu!
#52 by aaronazo2000
2017-10-20 at 19:33
Well Zero Time Dilemma use the same type of VN than School Days, in other words cinematics, if Zero Time Dilemma isn't a VN then School Days and anothers VN based in cinematics aren't VN either.
#53 by encrypted12345
2017-10-20 at 19:40
#54 by adormus
2017-10-20 at 23:34
We should declare Nazi Germany a VN. Hitler would be the main heroine and Blondi the antagonist. Göring could be the derpy best friend. The MC is a somewhat offensive version of Albert Einstein. In the end you have to decide between your one true love - Adolf Hitler - and the jewish world domination. Tough choice...
#55 by theblacktealady
2017-11-01 at 15:08
It's been a year since ZTD is in my wishlist and because it was deleted from the db, I still can't remove it.
Help please
#56 by yorhel
2017-11-01 at 16:06
There's a checkbox next to each entry in your wishlist. Check it, then scroll down and select "remove from wishlist".
#57 by [deleted]
2018-02-19 at 03:14
aw come on
#58 by kilicool64
2018-02-19 at 13:41
And the price for the most useless post in this thread goes to...
#59 by joev14
2018-12-30 at 08:24
There really should be a page for this. I understand that the game's development was a little different from the previous two. However, it was still developed by Japanese creators, has a VN style of storytelling (there is still text and text boxes, granted, no narration), is part of a series that has two former visual novels, and was released in Japan.

Even if the page needs to be added with an asterisk attached to clarify that it doesn't quite fit into the stereotypical definition of a VN, most people who have played the first two desire to add it to their list of games on this site.Last modified on 2018-12-30 at 08:28
#60 by siquall
2019-08-15 at 14:11
I don't get why it's not a Vn, when this site has "VN" who are even more of another genre of game.


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