I go by 'megumi' or 'onkei' but most people here call me 'g-b.' Native Japanese. Mostly Japanese→English translations here. I post only what I want to, when I want to. 気楽に行こうぜ。NL/BL/GL, it's all good.
Not taking requests and I ain't gonna teach you Japanese. I can orient you on how to teach yourself though, just ask me privately.
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Anons that I think are potentially wanky, or that I'm uncomfortable responding to as anon will not be answered. I'm more likely to converse with you when you're not anon.
>>The current status quo<<
If you'd like me to see something, please tag it with "onkeikun" or "greatblaster" without a space or hyphen.
I just wanted to put this somewhere because I’ve been replaying this game and I finally found that sneaky monochrome bear. ^^
Time Travelers is a game produced by Level-5 (known for “Inazuma Eleven” series, “Professor Layton,” etc) and Spike/Chunsoft (widely known for their work in “Dangan Ronpa” series, “Pokemon Mystery Dungeon” series, “Kyokugen Dasshutsu” series, “428 ~Fuusa sareta Shibuya de~” etc).
Since these two companies worked together to make this game, you see cameos of Wondeba (from Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stone) and Monokuma! (from Dangan Ronpa). I’m a fan of both so it was very exciting spotting them!
(I’m thinking of putting up an LP of Time Travelers once I figure out how to record the audio and video. But even if I fail and someone else takes it up, that would be amazing. It’s a really great game, no matter how many times I play it and the ending is very touching. It has a Famitsu score of 36/40 for a reason! Try it out if you will!!)