i always wanted to play a good ecch imouto VN, but I never get the chance Is it fun?
Most VN just clicking mouse and read but the story is what make VN good.
If you want to try an echhi VN, try (most echhi VN that i know is H-game, so NSFW):
-My Girlfriend Is a President (my brother told me the story is hilarious)
-Monster Girl Quest (amazing game, after 30 minutes you probably don't care about the H-scene anymore)
-Kamidori Alchemy Meister (my friend and my brother told me the gameplay is fun and hard and the H-scene is just a side bonus)
that all i got, i haven't played a lot of VN, too much game, so little time.
Watched Tonari no Seki-kun ep1. Looks crappy at first but that sneaky CG is pretty nice.
It does look a little low budget but I don't think it takes away from it too much. I really liked the first episode, that ED is great. Can't believe I forgot to mention it in my list of manga that I'm following as well, probably my favorite one going right now.
The premiere airing of the Mushishi Tokubetsu-hen: Hihamukage special announced on Sunday that a second season of the Mushishi television anime has been green-lit. The second season, Mushishi: Zoku-Shō (Mushishi: The Sequel Chapter), will premiere in April.
The new season will reunite most of the staff from the first season, led by director and series script supervisor Hiroshi Nagahama:
Original Manga: Yuki Urushibara (published in Kodansha's Monthly Afternoon)
Director/Series Script Supervisor: Hiroshi Nagahama
Character Design/Chief Animation Director: Yoshihiko Umakoshi
Art Director: Takeshi Waki
Technical Adviser: Yoshihisa Oyama
Director of Photography: Yuuta Nakamura
Editing: Masahiro Matsumura
Music: Toshio Masuda
Sound Director: Kazuya Tanaka
Animation Production: Animation Studio Artland
Cast members Yuto Nakano and Mika Doi are also reprising their roles as Ginko and the narrating voice.
Urushibara's original manga began in 1995, and finished in Afternoon in 2008. Del Rey published the the manga, and Funimation released Hiroshi Nagahama and Artland's first anime adaptation and Katsuhiro Otomo's live-action film version in North America.
Urushibara's recent two-chapter special manga spinoff of Mushishi inspired the January television special. Kodansha published the manga in the January and February issues of Afternoon magazine, which shipped on November 25 and December 25, respectively. The anime special aired on January 4 at 11:30 p.m. on Tokyo MX, Tochigi TV, Gunma TV, and BS11, and Crunchyroll will stream it into several countries.
Started watching Ranma 1/2 seeing as I had never seen it before. Not sure if I'll make it through every episode, but I'm enjoying it so far. They sure do manage to keep a lot of buckets filled with water laying around though.