Otakuthon strives to be a bilingual (French and English) event, having programming, the masquerade, and the program book in both official languages.The first edition of Otakuthon was held in 2006 in mid June, but later moved to early-mid August / late July from 2007 onward.New to 2008 were photo booths, a garage sale anime marathon presented by Otaku Anime of Concordia University, held at the Henry F. The anime marathon had over the years, used one or several screening rooms, over the course of one In 2006, Otaku Anime joined together with other local anime clubs and individuals to turn the annual anime marathon into a full blown convention.
And, I’m going to be super honest, I’m just sort of paging through the narration and dialogue quickly because it’s all really trope-y and silly and not particularly well written.
It is a non-profit, fan-run anime convention that was initiated by Concordia University's anime club, named Otaku Anime of Concordia University (Otaku Anime for short).
The name "Otakuthon" is a portmanteau of the Japanese word "otaku" and "marathon".
The company putting it out, R-Infinity, made a pretty big deal of recruiting character designs and that it was being released as a Yuri dating sim. It’s not a download, you’re playing on the Internet, on your cell.
And it had a sign up, you’ll-get-all-the-news mailing list. I kept an eye on their website for a long time, but when a year had passed with no updates and I had never gotten any mail, I guessed that the game was dead in the water. Yurinavi has instructions (in Japanese) to play on your computer, and with a little bit of effort I was able to make that work. Although Yurinavi says you should use Chrome I actually got it to work in Opera.) The game is a SLG – a Simulated Life Game.