Sabtu, 27 Agustus 2011

My Anime

I drew my original Anime by myself.
what do you think ?
but, it's look like I must practice again to improve my drawing skill. (--")

Kamis, 25 Agustus 2011

Rabu, 24 Agustus 2011

Hatsune Miku Project DIVA PS3




Sega has finally announced the release date for Hatsune Miku Project Diva Dreamy Theater 2nd!
A PS3-plat sequel to the hugely popular, rhythm-based, PSP/PS3 game ‘Dreamy Theater,’ this is exciting news considering the hype that has been building around this title!
Initially set for a July release, Sega revealed that ‘Dreamy Theatre 2nd’ would be out on August 4th and compatibility with 3D televisions has also been confirmed.
The price too has been set at 3,900 yen (900 more than its predecessor.) This would work out to around 48 dollars or 30 pounds if you are living in the UK!
Though it is unlikely that the game will be released outside of Japan, the game could still be imported via www.play-asia.com given that the Playstation 3 is region-free!


Read more: The Big News in Japan: Hatsune Miku Project Diva Dreamy Theater 2nd! http://www.videogamesblogger.com/2011/07/25/the-big-news-in-japan-hatsune-miku-project-diva-dreamy-theater-2nd.htm#ixzz1W087Vyql

Zatsune Miku


Vocaloid


Harvest moon


Who does not know the Harvest Moon? This is a game about the life of gardening and socializing in the community who were nicely boxed. This game was popular around 2000 with the release of the "harvest moon back to nature" on the Playstation. and until now continues to grow with many kinds and the end of the manifold. now many kinds of games harverst moon is lifted from the original version like "rune factory" for NDS or "wonderful life" for the PS2.
slightly different from the "Harvest Moon Innocent Life" which raised the original version but with little change concept, which is the original version of the original form of rural life was changed to more modern with the robots.

but nevertheless the game Harvest Moon is the best game for me in particular: p

REVIEW GAME


 CHANTELISE


Developer: EasyGameStation
Publisher: Carpe Fulgur                                                                                    
Platform: PC (Steam)
Players: 1




Hundreds of games filter out from Japan's independent developers each year, and most of them slide right through the industry's digestive system. EasyGameStation's Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale stuck around, perhaps because it had much more to offer than the usual dating sim or 2-D shooter banking on anime heroines. Recettear was an inventive hybrid of dungeon-plodding RPG and item shop simulation, and first-time localizing company Carpe Fulgur brought out an English version last year to cult success. They've returned with Chantelise: A Tale of Two Sisters, an earlier effort by the same team. It's not quite as innovative, but it's just as appealing in some ways.

The two sisters of Chantelise's subtitle are a human and a fairy, though the duo operates on a different dynamic than Recettear's teacher-and-student. Ignoring advice from her now-absent mother, the headstrong Chante ventures out in the woods one inauspicious night, and a witch transforms her into a fairy. She and her younger, less rash sister Elise set out to find the witch again and get back Chante's human form. The still-human Elise gets the tougher end of the bargain as she hacks through monsters and explores dungeons, with the seemingly invincible Chante providing magical spells and threatening to kick people in the shins.





Chante and Elise's trek is arranged as a 3-D action game, though the characters are flat sprites animated from various angles. With her fairy-fied sister hovering over her shoulder, Elise jumps, sidesteps, and slashes through monsters, picking up the items and coinage left behind. It's a fairly typical setup for an action-RPG, though the dungeon design carries it in a few interesting directions. Other ideas lurk in the game's lone village, where a macho priest trades hints for the player's hit points.

Most inventive is the game's magic system. Chante can only cast spells if she has gemstones, so Elise must pluck them off the ground when they burst out of enemies. Each gem launches a different attack, and using two of the same color at once creates more interesting effects. It gives battle a certain rhythm, as Elise scours for gems and puts them in the right order for Chante's most useful spells.





Even with the look of a more open action game, Chantelise has the spirit of a dungeon-crawler. The stages are challenging, and there's only one hub village to serve as a staging ground. In fact, Chantelise ignores some traditional rules. You see, Elise doesn't gain levels and experience the usual way. She's only able to raise her attack and defense ratings by buying new armor, weapons, and energy drinks. This makes her forays into dungeons a bit more risky, as there's no level-up to save you in the middle of a monster-filled labyrinth.





Indeed, Chantelise forgives and punishes in strange ways. A game-over screen doesn't really hurt you that much: your stats remain intact, and any dungeon levels you've unlocked will stay unlocked. Yet there aren't any healing items for Elise to carry early on, and the walnut bread slices and chicken legs she finds in the dungeons are immediately consumed. It leaves her quite vulnerable in the game's initial stages, and it's not amended until Chante gets healing abilities.

Tough as it can be, there's fun game inChantelise. The level progression's compelling despite the early setbacks, and the variety of magic spells makes up for Elise's repetitive, easy attacks. The game's viewpoint is less well-behaved. Without an analog stick, you're forced to use controller buttons to move the camera, and it's annoyingly slow when there are threats all about. It helps that the game's reasonably long, and crazed completists can hunt for a secret treasure in every sub-stage of Chantelise.





Chantelise suffers a bit in comparison to Recettear. For one thing, it lacks Recettear's item-shop side, and a reliance on dungeon-stomping alone leaves Chantelise the less intriguing of the two games. Also absent is a large lineup of playable characters, and restricting the story to Chante, Elise, and a few supporters takes a noticeable toll on an already standard plot. Fortunately, Chante props up most of it with her bratty, forceful ways, while Elise struggles to grow a personality. The game's also technically solid in its appearance, and the soundtrack's only annoying for those players who linger in one area too long. Carpe Fulgur's translation is just as sharp and amusing as it was in Recettear, even if there aren't quite as many opportunities for them to cut loose. As in Recettear, Chantelise is rendered with art that's squarely in the hyper-cute modern anime camp, though it never goes anywhere creepy.

Chantelise may disappoint those who've already been through Recettear, and it's a bit too hard in its early stages. Yet it's an impressive little game in its own right, with enough complex diversions to sate any dungeon-hack fan. And when all's tallied up, it's hard to dismiss a game so earnest and likable.


Anime News


Magical Witch <br> Punie-Chan  - click to enlarge

Magical Witch Punie-Chan


Genre: Comedy / Supernatual
Release: Media Blasters





On the outside, Punie-chan looks like your average magical girl.
She's a cheery princess from another land, she's attending school on Earth for the year, and she has an adorable animal sidekick. But cross her and prepare to pay the price. The sweet young lady becomes a merciless force of destruction, leaving bodies, utterly broken by her signature submission holds, in her righteous wake.

Selasa, 23 Agustus 2011

Anime News : Hatsune Miku Project DIVA Arcade

San Francisco, CA, August 22, 2011 – NEW PEOPLE, San Francisco's dynamic entertainment destination showcasing the latest examples of Japanese popular culture, teams with SEGA Corporation to bring the “Hatsune Miku Project DIVA Arcade” to the 2011 J-Pop Summit Festival, taking place in the city's Japantown for two days – Saturday and Sunday, August 27th and 28th.


“Hatsune Miku Project DIVA Arcade” is being shipped from Japan as a special treat for J-Pop Summit attendees and is the first and only unit outside Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore. Players will be able to purchase $1.00 tickets to play the game at the NEW PEOPLE Booth stationed on Post Street throughout the Festival. Ticket sales begin at 11:00am on Saturday. August 27th. Due to time limits, only 50 tickets will be available for purchase each day.

J-Pop Summit attendees are also invited to play “Hatsune Miku Project DIVA Arcade” – for free – at the J-Pop Summit VIP party, taking place Saturday August 27th from 7:30pm to 10:00pm at NEW PEOPLE. Come mingle with a variety of featured artists and performers from the Festival, enjoy snacks and beverages, and try your skill at the first-ever Hatsune Miku video game to come to America! Get your VIP Party ticket now.

The weekend-long J-Pop Summit is highlighted by live bands and DJs, fashion shows, a Vocaloid music conference, several theatrical film premieres, dance workshops and performances, and assorted arts, crafts and food vendors. Full details and programming schedules are now available at J-pop.com.

“Hatsune Miku Project DIVA Arcade” is the first-ever CGM (Consumer Generated Media) arcade game and features a dazzling digital world created by the players themselves. “Hatsune Miku Project DIVA Arcade” is a rhythm game featuring Hatsune Miku and other Vocaloid virtual pop stars singing popular songs from SEGA's “Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA-“ game for the Sony PSP, and from the Niko Niko Douga web site. Check out how to play.

Hatsune Miku, whose name means, “first sound of the future,” is a digital female avatar and the most popular of the Vocaloid Character Series software originally created by Crypton Future Media using YAMAHA's Vocaloid 2 engine to create synthesized vocal tracks. In Japan, Hatsune Miku is a major national phenomenon where she appears in many popular video games and music videos.

Hatsune Miku has also played several sellout “concerts,” performing on stage as a 3D hologram backed by a live band. Her international notoriety has spread to North America, where she was recently featured in a TV commercial for the 2011 Toyota Corolla. Hatsune Miku also performed her first U.S. concert for more than 5,000 people at an event called “MIKUNOPOLIS in LOS ANGELES,” which took place at the 2011 Anime Expo in Los Angeles, CA.






NEW PEOPLE opened in 2009 and has become a unique must-see attraction of San Francisco's cultural landscape. The 20,000 square foot contemporary venue features the latest examples Japanese popular culture expressed though film, art, fashion, and a variety of specialty boutiques and ongoing monthly events. NEW PEOPLE is located at 1746 Post Street in the city's Japantown.

Senin, 22 Agustus 2011

Popular Anime

Clannad After Story.






A sequel to the recently wrapped anime based on the Key Clannad franchise. After Story is a path that opens in the original visual novel after all the other paths have been opened.

Anime News


 
Hyakka Ryōran Samurai Girls (popular)
 
A new Anime Samurai, harem romantic comedy, and magical girl elements combine with a unique visual style and plentiful fan service to create one of anime's weirdest cross-genre experiments. Though the content is often stupid, the concept works better than it probably should.The main character should give his power to call the master samurai. Can him and master samurai to save the world ?
Avaible in DVD at August.
don't miss it :D

How's Anime popularity ? (Again)

Both hand-drawn and computer-animated anime exist. It is used in television series, films, video, video games, commercials, and internet-based releases, and represents most, if not all, genres of fiction. As the market for anime increased in Japan, it also gained popularity in East and Southeast Asia. Anime is currently popular in many different regions around the world

My girl :)

I feel sick every time I accidentally, you regard as a mistake, and it continues.
I continue to give in because I love you. I'm afraid of losing you. I'm afraid you leave me. but why are you treating me like a prisoner of your own hard to forgive?
I hope you know how I feel you this is very sincere. I love you. :)
you like Haruhi Suzumiya is characterized by cynical, passionate, cheerful, hot-tempered, kind, and concern with me.




Watashi wa anata o aishite :)

Sabtu, 20 Agustus 2011

Black Rock Shooter

A new game RPG for PSP. Black rock shooter inspired by Hatsune Miku vocaloid.
 This game will be released at Summer 2011.




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