Well recently I’ve been getting a lot of free time due to the fact that I graduated already and my job has been pretty easy so far. So I can finally play all those games that I should have been playing for the past few years of my life. Recently, I’ve been hooked to the game Mugen Souls by Compile Heart and I got to say it’s pretty interesting. With so much grinding involved it reminded me of the Disgaea series which I also played for XXX amount of hours. So without further a do hear is the OST of Mugen Souls.
Title: The Music of Mugen Souls
File Size: 102.02 MB
Release Date: Mid October
File Format: MP3
Bit rate: 320kbps
Classification: Original Soundtrack
I’ve been busy scanlating and translating some manga from some of the groups I’m part of. Now I wanted to try scanlating by myself for a change and here it is! From now on all works that I will be doing by myself will be tagged and titled as ZERO-VOID. This is a based from the anime Dog Days in a setting where Biscotti lost the war and most of it’s funds. Now the problem is how will they pay the warriors who fight for them?
The second season of Ro-Kyu-Bu! aka Ro-Kyu-Bu! SS has been greenlit. The first season was aired last July 1, 2011 and it’s been more than a year since then so I am pretty shocked that they are actually making a second seaon. As a person who also follows the light novel (LN) mostly because of the tinkle art I am quite excited to see what they will do. tl;dr MORE LOLI’S
For those who hasn’t watched the first season then here’s a synopsis courtesy of myanimelist:
Talk about games being called unexpectedly! Hasegawa Subaru joined the basketball club at Nanashiba High, only to have his hopes dashed when the teams’ play is suspended after the captain is suspected of having inappropriate feelings for the coach’s underage daughter. Blindsided and blocked by bad luck, Subaru expectedly finds an opening for his talent with the hoops when his aunt asks him to take on the task of coaching a young girls’ basketball club – a Ro-Kyu-Bu!. But can a superstar wannabe find true satisfaction while playing sixth man to a team of five girls?