Have you ever yearned for a game that entices your need to “catch ’em all” in the same manner as Pokemon, but with pretty young anime girls in place of animals, keychains, and ice cream? Something to kindle your masochist desires, packaged with a mediocre rhythm game? Well, do I have the solution for you!
Originally released in 2011, Go! Go! Nippon! ~My First Trip to Japan~ offered readers the chance to experience Japan from a tourist’s perspective, all while accompanied by two pretty young anime girls. The recent update, simply titled Go! Go! Nippon! 2015, takes the base visual novel originally offered four years ago, and spruces it up with enhanced visuals, more content, and general improvements to the experience.
Most importantly, there are more “…Hnngh!!”s than ever before.
For a musician, being in sync with the other performers can make or break the experience. You can practice to the point of perfection, but without an ensemble that can synchronize on all fronts, it will always be just a musical performance.
White Album 2 follows Kitahara Haruki, a high school senior on the verge of watching the school’s Light Music Association go out with a pathetic whimper. But before time runs out, he comes across Ogiso Setsuna and Touma Kazusa, two girls capable of turning the situation on a dime and leading Haruki to the most unforgettable experience of his life.
Every once in a blue moon, you find something that completely changes your life – colors become brighter, the sounds of the world soothe your soul, and you look forward to each coming day with a smile.
I have found it.
By some witchcraft, it’s been half a year since my last post of this sort, and I still didn’t even complete half the stuff I mentioned. So, here’s an update. You might notice that I’ve dropped a few things I had planned – I don’t know if they’re officially gone for good or just temporarily stuck in some godforsaken limbo.
Sometimes what matters most isn’t the story. Sometimes you just need a healthy dose of caboose.
If you like baps, you’ve come to the right place.