By Livlig 5 Comments
I turned on World of Warcraft today with the goal of leveling my little priest. But I just didn't feel like playing that much, and I had a lot of work that needed to be done. So, I decided to play something else, I just didn't know what at the time. The Nintendo DS was the obvious choice at least - since I am currently Xbox-free - but what to play, what to play? Chrono Trigger? Nah, I'll finish it this summer: sweet. Layton? Meh, been playing that one too much. Zelda? Whatever, I've already done everything there. Then, I stumpled onto something I haven't played for ages. To be more precise: Moero! Nekketsu Rhythm Damashii: Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan 2. Darn, this game rocks.
I can't really say that I'm good at it, but man is this a great game. I haven't played either Elite Beat Agents or the original Ouendan, and I cannot remember the reason why I even bought this one (since I am terrible at any music game), but I did and haven't regretted that decision even for one second. The music, the funky cheerleaders and everything about this game screams "Charm!" and the only thing that's not 100 % awesomedary is the spinners at higher difficulties - but whatever. I'm still a little bummed though, since I haven't finished "Sekai wa sore o ai to yobundaze" on the "Hard"-difficulty. Guess I'll have to train some more hours (lol) in order to get to Insane.
And on another note, nothing.