Overexerted myself through the past few weeks and I turned out really exhausted. Jut when I thought I could finally catch up with this season too. Anyway, I’ll make this quick since there’s not much else to talk about.
This week’s theme, we’re going a bit backwards since we’re going to tackle the openings for the many releases of Under Night In Birth. This week, we’ll take the first opening.
Sakamoto goes up tomorrow and the next Jojo episode should be tackled as the new one hits and we should be golden and back on schedule with the big recap episode going up by the end of the week.
We’re moving to a whole new Music showcase, this time, it’s some rather recent-ish. Under Night In Birth is a fighting game series that I recently got into and it’s just the right blend of regular anime tropes along with some interesting playstyle execution. With Street Fighter levels of footsies and Blazblue levels of insanely tricky looking combos, I’d consider it one of my new favorites. With an interesting set of characters, comes an equal level amount of some great music selection and we’ll kick off the UNIB music showcase with the Main Menu theme from the only console version of the game.
Waaay off schedule
I’m waayyy off schedule but thankfully, there ain’t too many series this season that I’m all that dying to watch. If anything, I just want to get these two remaining series reviews out of the way so I can get to the newest Jojo episode and talk about that balling ass new opening. So let’s not waste any time, as I’ve said for the third time, and I’ll leave you with the last of the Bomberman Heroes Music. I won’t actually even bother speaking about it cause once again, never got far with Heroes.
Not on schedule
BnHA, Kabaneri, and Sakamoto are planned to be finished this week. BnHA is being written in the same time at the moment and since I’d rather not be put behind with the new season dawning upon us, I’ll leave now.
But damn, I splurged on some more games and I have a total of 7 fighting games right now. Anyways, this week is once again from Bomberman Heroes, a game which I already explained that I didn’t have the fondest memories of because jumping never really felt right with Bomberman.
Jojo needs to go up but I really need to pump out these series recaps so let’s not waste any time with some small-talk since I’ve been honestly busy with a lot of things as of late.
This week and and next two’s themes will be from Bomberman Heroes, the less popular Bomberman game for the N64 which I personally didn’t love as much. However, if there’s one thing the game is remembered for, it is for its soundtrack. This week’s theme is Redial, one of the most fondly remembered track that I honestly don’t remember hearing.
Haven’t had much time to get things in order so I apologize on that end. Asterisk as well as Hundred are the current series to have ended their run this season but the latter’s 11th episode is something I still need to recap before I get back into the Series Review portion for all the stuff that will end this week. So I’ll leave you now with that in mind to get some stuff written up before all of it starts to pile.
This week’s theme is the Multiplayer Battle theme, one of the most fun segments of Bomberman 64 where you scramble with your friends to either knock them off the map or blow them up.
What a great feeling
If you’ve followed my weekly Wednesday posts, you could have realized at how I haven’t played a single “new” game for around 2-3 years. I’ve only been replaying older games I never finished or playing remasters. Last week, I stated how I got some newer games in my roster and Darksiders was the first to bat and man, I’ve been hooked for real and I sank in sleepless nights with it farming weapon masteries and collectibles. I plan on platinuming it as soon as possible to get to playing Darksiders 2.
Anyway, I’m late on last week’s recap so excuse me while I get to it. Let’s get to this week’s theme, which is showcases the stellar multiplayer of Bomberman 64 with the battle select theme while setting up the 4-man mad bomber run.