I'd say one of the two flaw. Apparently, it'll still be 800x600. :/ I find it personally more annoying to have outdated resolution than partial voicing.
As for the steam sudden attack on mature material, I think this might be caused by some parents byuing games for their kids without checking the content, then blaming steam for letting those games in their library instead of questioning their own parenting, leading steam to crack the whip. I mean, they knew those games had this content, in the case of kindred spirits, it even caused some debates. And once those games are purchased, it's no longer steam's responsibility if the users install a restorative patch for adult content or mods adding some.
Also, as another mentioned, if they have issues with kindred spirits, then they can also remove games such as the witchers, mass effects (though the latter aren't on steam), conan exiles, skyrim/fallout who have some pretty mature mods and so on... -.-
She's in "stern beancounter" job mode here, remember. Any discomfort about it is vented in more relaxed contexts (ie. among peers and/or on off hours).
After the Aoba incident, she lamented in private that if only she had more power within the company, she could have prevented it from happening.
Now she's got a promotion and all the power to act on her own, and she's doing the exact kind of thing she wanted to have the power to prevent.
Edit: And then when it shows her in her off time after the Hajime meeting, she's still acting reluctant about it.
Yeah, because when you got such a promotion, it's totally time to do as you like using that power based on your feelings rather than being careful using it thinking of the company.
The way Hajime and the rest pushed their project is also kinda questionable in my opinion : base project was refused, so they took it on themselves to do it anyway on their own time, but using the company's stuff and loosing sleep over it, which might actually get in the way of their actual job, undercutting the actual planning team, who in my opinion have good reasons to be annoyed at all this. After all, this causes a precedent of "if you want your project done, start doing it on your free time" which might causes problems in the long run. After all, concerns were raised about whether they would be able to complete the project in time, which implies the teams might have to put on double shift early on without the possibility to refuse as it's them who assured they would be able to do it on time.
Frankly, I see flaws and issues on both side of the table here.
Should prophetic dreams be classed as cheating? I feel like they'd give someone an unfair advantage...
Sakiverse is all about "superpowers", so just seeing a bit of the future isn't that powerful compared to girls who can get a rinshan kaioh at will, attract doras like a magnet and so on. ^^;
Regarding that chapter, kinda confused about something Eguchi said on page 27 : "I'd like to see Ryukka take the gamme less seriously". Doesn't look to me she's taking it very seriously, considering she's mostly praising and hugging Toki. Might it be a typo ?
Remains to be seen considering they didn't kiss yet. Might discover an ability to swap once they try it. Though I'd like them to be non-swapping, yeah, there's already many swappers around, kind of make Haru/Natsu less "special".
At first, I read the title as "futanari-ke" and was like "what the heck ?!" >>
As for the bakkin comment, I'm in favor of an early joke. I mean, one of the reason mentioned is that Sakurako is a pain in the butt, which I can agree, but moving to a spin-off about her quasi-gf family on which she'll pretty much keep intruding on a daily basis ? XD Sounds fishy. :p