Here's a video that was four months in the making. Well, actually, it was less that one month, but the loss of my job which caused the wait was about three and a half years in the making. This has bollocks to do with the video, so I digress.
Following the original "Storm is Turning Japanese," one of the gentlemen I consulted with about whether Bayonetta is truly better than Devil May Cry 4 (it is) became keen to my Japanese gaming trend, and practically shoved Odin Sphere through my body. Since I was also on a hack and slack gaming trend, I wasn't expecting leveling up, strategy, or a little girl reading a book twice her weight...which, of course, makes for great video editing.
Pairing up with Odin Sphere is its spiritual sequel, Muramasa: The Demon Blade, also provided by my consultant. A zero cost Adventure? Awesome! However, a good thing has gone catastrophically wrong. Playing Muramasa is a bit like watching high school track practice.
Also, Oboromuramasa...sakku watashi no kogan.
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