We told you about Galapagos, Compile Heart's new brand of Japan-focused role-playing games yesterday. After this announcement they promised an update today. This "update" is pretty weird, though.
It's the studio theme song, it seems. In their "image movie" their logo flies on a flag as a chorus of men proudly sing about role-playing games. From what I can understand, they sing about being dorky and proud, despite the internet hate. And then they sing their brand name over and over. Pretty great stuff.
I put my hand over my heart while listening. It didn't feel silly at all.
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