Last March 31st, I posted a story about a videogame that is a real videogame. A lot of people said, "Hey, it's the day before April 1st! This isn't a real videogame for sure! You got punked, dummy!" It's amazing how wrong people can be. My love for this game will single-handedly force it to exist. You'll see.
I'm not the only one to fall in love with Cat Girl on first sight. The amount of fan art that's accumulated around the game has been astounding (my favorite being these Smash Bros. announcement-style 3D models). Not all of that fan art is visual. The talented Mark Soto has created a whole soundtrack for the presumed-to-be-fictional videogame. It's available for free, and it's delightful.
It will be interesting to see any of this music will make it's way into the game by the time of its release into the real world. Which is definitely going to happen. You son of a bitch.
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