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Re: Feelings
« Reply #75 on: August 27, 2012, 05:57:04 AM »
Just finished this...and oh my God...I...I... :-[ mum's the best for taking care of me and my bros all these years. Enough said.  :'(

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Re: Feelings
« Reply #76 on: January 09, 2013, 08:07:49 AM »
This didn't take away any emotional impact the story had on me (things like that give me heart-punch), but I'm the tiniest bit confused on one thing. Please tell me which one is right, and if neither are right....please explain. :P

a) The birthday boy was the lady's grandson, and he was staying home with his parents? That doesn't sound right to me, but ugh.

b) The birthday boy was the lady's SON, and she used to be married to the man at the other house, but he had possibly remarried to the red-haired woman? And I guess the little girl was her daughter....

Now I feel like I'm just spouting nonsense.  :facepalm:         


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Re: Feelings
« Reply #77 on: January 12, 2013, 03:02:37 PM »
Wow, just wow. This was actually the first one i played. I've still yet to play the others (lol what i decision to play this first). Anyway, i think this game was really brilliant. Kinda bummed about the ending. But i have to admit i didn't cry ( i know i'm ashamed.) nonetheless i really do feel for the poor mother.

What's true is that there is no one to blame at all. There is no bad guy, which i think is quite extraordinary. Its exactly, what it says a 'slice of life'.

I feel so bad for the mother, at the same time i want to blame the kid for being reckless and the dad for being so inconsiderate. But he's five, and he's just lost his dad. And as for the dad he's just trying to make sure his son doesn't feel insecure. It was just so unlucky what happened.  :'(
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Re: Feelings
« Reply #78 on: January 23, 2013, 07:03:23 PM »
Oh a bit sad, but i didnt cry.
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Re: Feelings
« Reply #79 on: January 28, 2013, 02:12:51 PM »
Finally got around to playing this.
It was definitely sad, though I'm not the crying type. I can definitely relate to the situation though. I have seen stuff like that happen before, and let me tell you, it's just as sad in real life.
I'm amazed at how Kan is able to bring up emotions and thoughts in people that wouldn't have happened otherwise.

Btw, I liked the exaggerated accents, for this reason. When I see it written like that, I can HEAR the person talking like that. You can hear the kids talking, and the shop owners with thier accents. It just makes it more real for me. Just my opinion.

One last thing, is it a coincidence that the man and woman looked almost exactly like River and Johnny?  Just wondering...
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Re: Feelings
« Reply #80 on: April 19, 2013, 02:46:18 AM »
Hey there. The name's Danthe. I just made a showcasing of Do You Remember My Lullaby?, and I hope you guys will enjoy it. It's made a bit like a TV series, where every episode is around 7 minutes long. In the start of every episode I've also made a little recap of the previous episode. I hope you'll enjoy it, since this game/visual novel is very dear to me, but if you don't, don't be afraid of telling me what you think. I prefer negative response rather than no response at all, since that is how one can improve.
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Re: Feelings
« Reply #81 on: May 17, 2013, 03:30:17 AM »
I somehow felt that the story was incomplete. Like, yes there was some setting up and it built tension in the part where the mother was waiting, but is that really the end? I thought there would be some sort of resolution in the end. Atleast, he could have shown
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the son coming back, and apologizing or something of that sort.
. It felt a bit too abrupt for me.


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Re: Feelings
« Reply #82 on: August 18, 2013, 09:20:54 AM »
I really liked DYRML, I thought it was very sad, but I didn't cry. I never really cry, I didn't even cry when I played TtM.

The scene I really liked was when she was thinking about her son coming through the door, then the rabbit ran past her house, deciving her. I don't know why but I liked that scene a lot, maybe that was the sadest part in the game for me....  :deepstuff:
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Re: Feelings
« Reply #83 on: August 19, 2013, 01:35:30 AM »
Yeah, DYRML is pretty awesome. :)


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Re: Feelings
« Reply #84 on: September 13, 2016, 01:59:49 PM »
It's the kind of sad that doesn't make me cry, but instead think: "Oh no, am I the boy in a real life situation?"

What I want to see is part 2: the next day because honestly, how would a mother respond to that kind of treatment from her child?

I don't think there is a "next day"... DYRML ends with Her giving up, blowing the lights out...
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Re: Feelings
« Reply #85 on: March 06, 2017, 06:26:15 PM »
I cried, but mainly because it made me think of my own childhood : My mother had to raise both my older brother and I by herself, after my father left her. Even though she never finished her studies, and so didn't have much chance to find a job, she would do everything to raise us properly and make us happy. She taught us how to respect everyone, no matter who they are. She taught us how we don't need a lot of useless things that I see a lot of youngsters my have get. Sometimes, when we didn't have a lot of money left, she'd still buy us food but skip her own meal. Luckily, our grand-parents lived in a building not far from ours, but my mother is the one who raised us the most. And I am ever so grateful to her. So yeah, DYRML made me think of this, of those moments that I never saw as what they really were until I was old enough to understand them, and they were already gone... It made me feel a bit of nostalgia, and also seeing how the kid decides to let his mother alone was heart-breaking.
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