Slow updates, I know, I’m working hard at uni so apologies for the stagnating boredom lingering around this cobweb clad blog ^^;
Anyway, a treat, figure and game package arrived today~
So today I got two packages, I’ll get straight to the point:
First up is C.C. of Code Geass, figure by alpha x omega (Alter collaboration project)
She is one fine figure :3
I don’t really have a location in mind for a photo shoot with her, since I don’t think she really fits outdoors…
Perhaps I’ll get something in mind one day? ^^;
If anyone has suggestions then please, by all means tell me.
The figure itself is great, I’m quite pleased with it. Now if only they could bring out a figure of Kaguya-hime as well.
Second up is something I’ve been waiting for a while, THE iDOLM@STER: Live For You! for the Xbox 360. This is one of my more anticipated games, and so far I’m loving the gameplay, and of course, being able to see and hear Kotori talk to you :3
I snapped up the Limited Edition iM@S:L4U game package, comes with a special animation DVD, of iDOLM@STER…ANIME OF iDOLM@STER, ANIME!, iDOLM@STER!, NOT XENOGLOSSIA, THANK THE HEAVENS!
There’s a subbed version of the anime out, go search for it if you’re interested.
This package also came with a “Shiny Smile” card, which has a code on the back that allows you to download the new song for the game for free…once the song is available later this month (26 March).
Another item was the Live Pamphlet Book, which in my opinion is AWESOME, WITH AN AWESOME CAPITAL A.
The book has the storyboards for the animation DVD, and also some character sheets along with some lil tidbits within the first few pages.
The game itself is fairly fresh. iDOLM@STER is a simulation, where you raise an idol to stardom, taking into account issues such as her training, promotional image, her personal time, auditions and such. This can be very tiring (especially when you aren’t fluent in Japanese) so Live For You! is actually a very nice addition. Live For You! starts you off as a fan who has been tasked with selecting the idols’ clothes, performance stage, song and such. You basically play as either in photo mode where you…well, take photos, or in the other rhythm game mode, this is where you play the game much like Taiko no Tatsujin, or the Bemani games. There’s even remixes of the old favourite songs! Overall it’s great for a quick pick up and play game :3
So, I’m busy with Uni…is what I’d like to say, but with iM@S:L4U, along with the iM@S planes in Ace Combat 6, I should worry.