Jun. 5th, 2017

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Brian and Marie stayed with Grandma Ella at a hotel following the wedding, and took her out for brunch yesterday. My parents and I met the three of them at this place called Cabela's, exchanged some luggage, and admitted Grandma into the car before they went back to Boston and we went directly home.


Sent Brian a lengthy email when we got home, explaining my issues regarding both my main stories. Had previously considered re-buying Puella Magi Suzune Magica, focusing on that instead when I visit him, and watching Popotan another time, but something tells me that it might be even better to wait for another time, when I can hitch a ride with him by ferry and train and have him read at least some of it then. (Yincira told me only a month and a half ago that she can't so much as estimate when she'll be open for business again, but I wonder if I should send her a copy of the email just to gain any thoughts she might form.)

Brian did sort of pressure me into just writing something when I went over an email I had sent him before his last visit here, but as it since turned out, he thought I was going to seek Yoshimizu's active participation in the Starbound project. I did clear things up with him, though, regarding what I really seek by seeing him in half a year.

One way or another, I do hope that it isn't actually time just to let go of Lucky Star altogether. I only did that with Mon Colle Knights because what I had planned of Monster Collection Chronicles was just beyond fixing and I found myself with barely anything left to look forward to after scrapping everything beyond part I. Starbound might just be a matter of filling in remaining blanks, particularly for its immediate future, so there's something left.
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Stuff like this, to say nothing of my recent, unrelated playthrough of Earthbound on SNES9X, is exactly what makes me look forward to the development of Lucky Star: Day of the Beehive. Whenever I see games like those at Savers, I always imagine my own planned game being among them.

Really, this is exactly like when I used to imagine a modern, full-3D, English-voiced Makendou game for the Wii, Playstation 3, or Xbox 360 back in 2008, and one could just as easily imagine Freedom Planet being one of those much older games stored in a jewel case. I'll bet FP creator Steven DiDuro sure did while developing that game.

Right now, though, I still don't think I'm ready to continue Starbound, and I also have yet to hear back from Brian before we agree whether to keep focus on Popotan or postpone that in favor of Suzune. Should also help that Jake will finally have access to a computer on Friday, coinciding with his parents leaving home for a week, hopefully enabling him to finally start working on Unwilling Service while I focus on either that new Cibus installment or Starbound anyway, depending on what Brian and I actually cover for my upcoming visit.


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