|#1||Post deleted: Assuming bad faith|
|#2 by anonymous|
2023-03-23 at 09:52
|< report >Your base argument is not wrong, but maybe you could explain things, in a bit more detail, to people who are unfamiliar with Umineko.|
I don't agree with the score, but if you were to elaborate on your first idea, that could help some people.
Different points of view and all that.Last modified on 2023-03-23 at 09:53
|#3 by animenotreal|
2023-03-23 at 13:41
|< report >@Soladir|
I see what you mean, but that is why I wrote a mini review not a full one. The basic premise of proving that crimes were committed by humans rather that by some supernatural force is an interesting idea. However, if the reader already knows that the supernatural exists and has been shown committing these crimes, then the whole mystery is pointless. It is like proving that God doesn't exist while you are sitting next to him in heaven.
Thus, as more supernatural elements are added to the story over the course of the game, the main premise seems more and more ridiculous. The whole scene with with Ange in chapter 4 when she finally accepts that magic is just a subjective belief in the supernatural is just so over the top retarded that I couldn't believe that adults can actually take this seriously. This game is written with an adolescent mentality and I am ashamed that I read past the second chapter.
|#4 by anonymous|
2023-03-24 at 12:23
|< report >I see. You know what, I will write a review on Umineko and address that problem on the criticism parameter. |
Explaining things through these comments is difficult, when it comes to titles like Umineko.
Again, I will agree with your premise and some of your "indignation", but I think I can prove (sustain through a well founded opinion) the quality of Umineko. At least a 9 out of 10. I will do so very soon.