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This doesn't make any sense...
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Why the fuck should I have to go to 8 different boards when there should be ONE INCLUSIVE GAY BOARD
for my needs? Give us /gay/ now!
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There's always been something that bugged me about VN's being on one of the /v/'s, and I recently realized what it is.
Visual Novels are in no way whatsoever games. They have literally no aspect of gameplay in them. They are slightly more complicated CYOA novels for your computer. Some of them don't even have the CYOA elements to them.
In light of this revelation, I have come to the conclusion that the most fitting board for VN's is /lit/.
/jp/ doesn't discuss anything that is translated, and there is no other board that is in any way relevant to VN's, so it -must- be /lit/.
And before anyone brings up things like Rance and other ones with actual gameplay, those are not VN's. They are specifically referred to as -Adventure- Novels, not Visual Novels.
So, my suggestion is that the official host board for VN's be designated as /lit/.
The people who currently use /lit/ won't like this, but that's tough shit. If they want VN's off the board they belong in, they should lobby for either translated VN's to go to /jp/, or for the creation of a /vn/ board.
I fully expect the latter to actually happen, in the case that /lit/ is filled with a sudden influx of VN discussion that pushes off most other literature topics. This is natural. If the board that a topic goes on becomes filled with that topic to the detriment of most other topics, then it will, naturally, receive its own splinter board.