YOU LIVED A GOOD LIFE!
UNFORTUNATELY, THE ONE EXAMPLE THE MODS NEEDED TO GET OFF MY ASS ISN’T REAL!
Despite in-brand evidence of everything they would need to determine that I am totally in the clear here, they said they would only be fine with Atlus directly saying “Hey, this character is now 20” or something like that. Because literally no fucking company does that with any of their characters, I guess i’m screwed here!
Ignore the fact that characters in the Persona series literally age with time, and you can see this everywhere in the series.
But, again, I suppose because I can’t find this one obscure example of confirmation, the moderators here don’t feel comfortable with having the game here. Despite Futaba Sakura having a canon birthday of February 19, 2001, they feel uncomfortable with having this character in a game because in another game that (in canon) takes place in 2016, she was below legal age.
“Happy Birthday, Weight Gaming!”
“Wtf. That is not valid. You have to say my age in the congratulation, otherwise, how am I supposed to know how old I am?”
“Well, I know your birth date…”
“NOT VALID! In 2016 I was younger, so that birthday can be in reference to anything!”
I am salty and bitter
I’LL CONTINUE TO THE MAKE THE GAME OFF THE FORUM, BUT I CAN’T KEEP IT HERE CAUSE OF CRAPPY UNDERSTANDING!
All characters in Fatsona will be 18+, if I need to have this game excluded from this site for that to happen, that’s what has to happen. Thank you for the support so far, keep your eyes peeled on literally every other social cause I guess I’ll be promoting it there. I’m still motivated to make the best fuckin game possible, so look forward to it everybody!
I guess you consider the social events more visual novel type gameplay than anything else, but it’s not going to be a visual novel game by any means. While there is going to be a loose connecting narrative, the games’ characters are going to be broken up into “levels” where all the social events and breakout events will take place. This is more akin to something like HuniePop where you have a bunch of characters you can pursue individually in a pretty loose order, instead of a visual novel where a linear storyline plays out with little choice of order.