Details are limited — even a title hasn't been announced — but artwork and a tagline are available.The tagline translates to "I wonder what sort of goodbye we'll have." R-INFINITY is seeking four scenario writers and has a job posting linked to the game's webpage.It seeks writers interested in utsuge (depressing games) with a "dignified" writing style and adept at portraying complicated emotions and appealing to the hearts of women in their late 20s to 40s. According to the company's official Twitter feed, it has already received numerous applications.
R-INFINITY has mostly developed games for male audiences previously, although its fairy tale-themed game Saiai Märchen: Lotte Forest no Dōwa is aimed at a female audience.
[Via R-INFINITY official site and Netlab] ― Skye asks: Why does Animax Asia broadcast anime with English dubs, and who dubs them?
I recently watched Toward the Terra, and upon further research (wikipedia), I learned it was dubbed by Animax Asia, which broadcasts dubs in Southeast Asia.
An enclave of female fans within a traditionally male-dominated fandom.
They tend to focus on a particular character or actor, rather than the entire series.
Occasionally both sides butt heads over largely superficial reasons, with buckets of opposite-sex awkwardness, which can get defensive.
It should also be noted that all female fans within such a fandom are necessarily of the Estrogen Brigade.
Unfortunately, it is because of this phenomenon that the female fan is sometimes regarded with suspicion — especially if she admits that she does, in fact, happen to find some of the male cast pleasing to the eye.
However, finding certain members of the cast to be attractive does not necessarily preclude a fan from liking other aspects of a particular work — and, thus, should not automatically invalidate her as being a "true fan".