I move Roly-Polyanna away, prompting her to go mingle further. Roly-Polyanna is indeed rampantly attracted to virtually everyone in detention. Namco High’s developers obviously wanted to account for all player decisions. Sapient drums are too rare to give up just like that. The day melts into tomorrow where I’m once again faced with a panel of buttons to click. I click on Donko’s name and Namco High immediately leaps to another brisk exchange where it is revealed that Donko is, unsurprisingly, a member of the band.
So, Galaga’s segment revolves around the theatre, right? “It’s, like, everyone, my whole life, they’ve treated me different. There, you discover that as a consequence of her impressive hull and the villa (?! And after some set-up, your character will point out that Galaga fumbled a line. Everyone else just let me do the line wrong…”, remarks Galaga, crowned with a Selphie-inspired wig. After all, romancing an interstellar vehicle should be fun, right? You’d think that such a situation would be prime real estate for peculiar antics and zany, over-the-top remarks. Instead, it turns Galaga, against all odds, into a teenage Mary Sue. I’m just coasting through everything and it’s all about how I look! Hang out with the kids from detention if you like, but don’t expect a class act.(Which I guess was unexpected, maybe.) It’s really a bit heart-wrenching to see. Something rotten is afoot in the land of Ooo, and someone's gotta sniff out what it is!
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Namco High is a browsser-based dating game from Homestuck creator Andrew Hussie, starring a cast of officially licensed characters from Namco’s back catalogue. Warning: spoilers for the intro and one of the free characters.
It’s the same with any of characters behind the paywall. Even in school, the other kids will help me study or to just cheat. I want to say that this was some kind of brilliant joke hinging on Galaga’s complete ignorance of the fact that she is a two-ton ship capable of shooting aliens from out of the sky. Instead, it feels like a vignette out of High School Musical or an episode from one of those Nickelodeon programs for tweens. What happened, and why an Evil Namco High even exists is never, ever explained. Maybe, the characters behind the paywall are more interesting.