There are very few games that can keep my attention for long periods of time, and by long, I mean somewhere in the neighborhood of 30 hours of gameplay. Batman: Arkham City was one of those games, but that was nearly 9 months ago. Well another game has surfaced that has captivated me, and that game is Theatrhythm Final Fantasy. This charming rhythm RPG hybird has many things going for it besides the fact that the soundtrack is composed of many of the brilliant tunes of the Final Fantasy series.
For the ranging Morning Musume fan I am, I cannot deny that while they have had their ups and down, their sister group Berryz Koubou has been consistently good throughout their run. As the group with the least amount of line up changes (the first, and only, has been Maiha’s graduation back in 2005), Berryz Koubou’s image has gradually matured…mostly.
With 28 singles, and eight albums in their long career as a group, Berryz Koubou has proved their staying power in the J-Pop world. But as the group’s second cover of a foreign hit, does it soar or flop? Let’s take a look at Cha Cha SING.
We are returning to my anime reviewing, and next on the list is Aoi Bungaku, also known as Blue Literature. Aoi Bungaku is an adaptation of 4 famous pieces of Japanese literature, one of which I’ve actually read! The sheer amount of quality put into this series is enough to make me totally super excited.
So without further ado, let’s dig in! Itadakimasu~