During the 1990’s, Nintendo of America was known for disallowing certain things in games released for the Super NES game console. Among those was religious references. This led to graphical and text changes in Breath of Fire.Continue reading
In the SNES video game “Breath of Fire”, the character Nina has two references to her past. These unfortunately didn’t make it into the official English release.Continue reading
I considered only reading one strip today, but as it turns out the first strip on page 32 was really easy. The new items were mostly new conjugations to make into cards, but also some new words (学び舎) and grammar (くる as an auxiliary verb). New flash cards for right-side strip: 18 cards.
The second strip, however, has quite a few new words.
The use of ほう here gave me the most trouble. I’ve worked it down to 高校の方 meaning “high school side [of things]” as in “I know how things went in middle school (since I was there), but how did things go on the high school side?”
The left-side strip also resulted in 18 new cards, for a total of 36 cards for page 32.
Page 28 is another with words I’ll surely never encounter again. At least the first strip is a nice and easy one.
I knew page 27 would be an easy one when it started off with Cocoa-san and Chino-san saying, simply, 「いってきます」. And then I noticed the later says 「いってまいります」, which I am unfamiliar with.
To make up for no pages yesterday, I’m going extra today. It’d be nice to read and review page 25 and stop there, but because it’s a single strip with almost no dialogue, I have to include page 26 into this study session.
I should have gotten to page 24 yesterday, but instead worked on overhead related to going through GochiUsa.
Somehow, I took over an hour today to add cards for page 22. I guess that sounds right considering I added 31 cards. It feels like the perfect time to take a break for the day, except I’ve dedicated myself to page 23 today as well. Thankfully the strips are low-dialogue, with one no-dialogue panel each.
It looks like another easy page. Just a few items I’m not familiar with across the two strips.