"We Got Rid Of The Guy's Voice." Revolution? Or Regression?
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06-26-11, 6:32 PM
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“For parts of the feature, the H scene male voices have been replaced by subtitles. You can immerse yourselves in the scene without their voices interfering.”
Because, you know. I'd save my money, go out on the streets, find a woman, buy her a drink and some time, and have sex with her. But hey.
Wasn't this done before? And why were the titles that had done it not as BIG as, say, Bible Black et al?
Or is the adult anime industry sinking lower to cater to the reality-fearing loser otaku-base? (Pixilith's works had been pretty sick, mind you. Tentacles and CGed larva and such...)
What? Is "hearing a guy's voice in a vanilla sex scene" considered to "GAY" for these people? (Aren't these the same people who fap to loli-animu like Kodomo no Jikan yet insult you for enjoying Boku no Pico?") Then again; considering how the otaku-base HATE "shounen leads who do better than they ever will" in general, it's not too surprising yet it's still sad overall.
If they REALLY wanted a revolution, then they'd make an effort to removed the censorship. Or is that too much of a "China's Tiananmen Square" type of revolution?