[Foxfactory] - 夏風の音
After a bit of a break, I'm back with a Comiket 86 album review! Like I said in the preview, Yuki is always just so consistent with his albums, and Natsukaze no Oto is no exception.
Sadly, school eats away at the time that I get to listen to music and write about it but I'll eventually get through all of the albums mentioned in the preview! In addition, the screenshots for episode 2 of the AoSC LP are ready, so that'll be up sometime soon.
I've been a bit busy the last few days, since I've moved back to my school campus just yesterday. Once things settle down a bit, I'll get right back to my LP and C86 albums!
Let's Play Adventures of Scarlet Curiosity!
Well... screw the poll. I'm going with Remilia just cause she's a really cool character to play. I love Sakuya, but being able to play as Remilia is a treat. Anyways for those new to the concept of a "Let's Play" (LP), it basically goes like this: I play through the game, I take a bunch of screenshots, and I put my commentary on those screenshots in order to create a story/narrative, and to show off the features of the game of course.
Adventures of Scarlet Curiosity is split into stages, so that'll make each episode of my LP easy to organize and write about. Unfortunately the game basically just came out, so there won't be a translation patch for a LONG time. And I don't know Japanese so there's going to be a lot of story and dialogue elements that I won't understand. I also apologize... for some reason, the game displays the character skills and items as "???"s rather than in Japanese. It's not like I would have understood it anyways.
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Really excited to hear this one, as Marasy is always consistently making great piano arrangements.
It's here! My most anticipated C86 album. Did it meet my expectations? Read more to find out.
Ever since Four Resolutions, I knew there was something special about Taka's work. But it wasn't until Sepia Recollections (C85) that I truly became a fan and worshiper of his music. Continuing off from Sepia, Caramel Crunch (R11) was a huge success as a Vocal Rock album.
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