Thursday, December 25, 2008
My siblings got Fable 2 and an Xbox 360 controller. The day isn't quite over yet.
I've mostly been playing games all day, and enjoying some great meals. I hope everyone else is having a great season too.
Tuesday, December 23, 2008
About a week ago, maybe less, I got an email from a PR representative from Broccoli, asking if I wanted a "Leave it to Piyoko" dust jacket, and some stickers. I said sure, why not.
Here it is. My copy of Leave it to Piyoko with the dust jacket on it. Pretty nice, now it won't get covered in dust (though it was already quite shelfworn).
The package came with a note that said something along the lines of "Here is your LitP dust jacket and E'S stickers, as well as some Di Gi Charat merchandise"
I thought it was a big box for just a dust jacket.
So here is a picture of everything I got in the box (plus my advance reader's copy of E'S volume 1 for the hell of it).
A ceramic Puchiko coin bank (very nice), a Piyoko figurine, the E'S stickers (a crap load of them, as promised), some Di Gi Charat stickers, postcards, clear files (small and large), collectable cards, keychains (one piyoko and a few Aquarian Age), a pen, another keychain (bendy plastic Di Gi Charat one), some metal buttons, a wristband, and "seal collection book" (which I assume is a sticker book), some more stickers, and what appears to be a wallet or something (haven't quite figured it out yet). Holy crap, thanks Broccoli!
I'm no collector, so I opened up a lot of the merchandise. Here's a picture of me with the headband on, fumbling around with the wallet thingy. I don't look too far off from how I draw myself.
So, that was quite a surprise from Broccoli, they're certainly made my holiday. Broccoli has always been my favorite publisher, still are :)
Once again, thanks Broccoli. And to everyone else, I hope your holidays are as great as mine :D
Saturday, December 20, 2008
It appears to be a Little Busters! doujin fighting game. It looks really run. The art looks loyal to the original game, the gameplay looks fast, and there appears to be a large variety of characters and settings.
It says "Little Battlers! 2" in the video, so maybe there's a first one.
I have no idea where to but this game.
Sunday, December 14, 2008
It was a cute movie full of action. There were parts that were funny too, though none come to mind.
Saw that Cars short too. It was funny.
We saw it at AMC theaters, so we got to wander around the mall before and after the movie too. Godiva chocolate is so good X3
Just a quick summary. I hope more dates like that can be planned :)
Friday, December 5, 2008
<b>'팡야 포터블' 한정판, 발매일 공개</b> 루리웹 비디오 게임 뉴스
It appears that Pangya PSP has been officially released (or at least, a released date has been set, I can't tell, I can't read Korean).
The basic edition is exactly what it sounds like. It's the game, and it appears to come with a card of some kind, maybe a collectible.
What I'm more excited about is the Limited Edition and the Limited Edition Pack. The LE is basically the game but with a different cover, one featuring Arin in one of her new costumes laying down nicely sprawled out.
The pack comes with the aforementioned game with special cover and *drum roll please*
A figurine measuring 16.5 cm. It's Kooh in one of her new costumes standing on what looks like a part of the Lunar Tomb holding up Dolfini. It's a very cute figure.
The pack also includes a Papel pouch for your PSP. Also very cute, I would love to have one of those to carry my PSP around in.
The OST also comes with this. I imagine it comes with all of the background music as well as the new ones (Starlight and Fly Away, as well as a few others that haven't been featured in the trailers I imagine).
All of that comes in a really nice box. Really nice.
That link has all of the pictures. I can't find a price, but I probably couldn't afford to buy it anyway (and then importing). I'm extreme tempted though since the PSP is region free. That LE pack would be the greatest thing to have ever.
Tuesday, December 2, 2008
Found this fun little easter egg in Google Earth. Press ctrl+alt+a or apple+alt+a to enable the flight simulator. After that, it will be available as a menu option.
It's really just a fun way to explore the world. It's google earth with a little HUD graphic overlay and some movement restrictions, but it's quite entertaining.
Google earth is free, and it only works on the client version (not the online version). The link above is to the controls to the flight simulator.
I kinda wish the crashing was more spectacular, but you can't have everything.
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
The link is to ESTi's blog. I think I mentioned in an earlier blogpost who ESTi is, but I'll recap. He is the one who did music for Ragnarok Online and Pangya.
Animals are funny creatures. This is a very entertaining birdy indeed. Of course, I'm just reposting a blog post, but whatever. Enjoy
Monday, November 24, 2008
Definitely an interesting way of playing DDR. If you don't feel like working out your legs, this is a great way to work out your upper body!
Man, I haven't played DDR in forever. I really should, I might be rusty.
Sunday, November 23, 2008
D: Just finished. It know, it's kinda a rush job, but I only realized that today was the deadline. I only hope I submitted it in time.
So here it is. A good...6 hours? I lost track ^^; I remember the Miku album I was listening to played through several times.
This just goes to show you: Procrastination will kill.
Saturday, November 22, 2008
Monday, November 17, 2008
It looks like a doujin group that specializes in creating 3D games. The biggest one in development right now looks like "Magical Battle Arena", featuring characters from Nanoha, Lina Inverse, Cardcaptor Sakura, and some more that I can't identify. A demo is up for download here so check it out, it's really cool.
Demo video here:
Thursday, November 13, 2008
I just figured out that you could link blogger to youtube, so I'm testing it out. Looks like it works pretty good. I usually find some neat videos, so you might see a few more of those kinds of posts ;)
Oh yeah, about the video. It's a music box playing "Dango Daikazoku" from the Clannad anime. It came with the LE disk 5 in Japan only. I don't think it's possible to buy it anymore though.
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
It's the Dawn of the New World, as Tales of Symphonia 2 makes it to shelves everywhere in the US today. Not bad, considering the Japanese release was June 26 (only about 5 months ago). It's too bad I can't buy it on the day of its release, but I will play it as soon as I can!
There been a little bit of hype about it, especially since it's supposed to be a sequel to high-rated Tales of Symphonia. Hopefully it won't disappoint.
This would be the 5th Tales of game in my collection. Symphonia, Abyss, Vesperia, and World: Radiant Mythology are the ones I currently own. It's nowhere near a complete collection, but I'd say it's a pretty damn good one.
Maybe I'll get it for Xmas or something :)
This is looking awesome! Finally a new character is revealed. Also, an even better look at the visuals. Looks like all of the settings are the same, and indeed the characters have a lot of their older costumes along with new ones.
Cien Looks awesome. New caddies (?) look amazing too. Can't forget about the music either. 2 awesome samples featured in those trailers. I hope this game comes to America.
These haven't been uploaded to youtube yet (at the time of this posting) so you'll have to deal with nico nico douga ;) EDIT: Alright, they're on youtube
Here's another link for more info on it (Korean). It looks like you can download the trailers here too: http://ruliweb.empas.com/data/rulinews/read.htm?num=16572
Sunday, November 9, 2008
The trailer is old news, but I haven't blogged for a while so here's something.
A Pangya spinoff for the PSP, Fantasy Golf Portable features everything you love about Pangya and more. As you can see from the trailer, they've got new costumes and vastly improved graphics. While a lot of the clips from that trailer and pre-rendered animated sequences, I doubt the gameplay differs too much from what you would expect from Pangya.
A little more snooping reveals possible new characters too!
Straying from the original cast of 8 characters (it doesn't look like Lucia is in this game unfortunately), there appears to be a much larger cast (I count 18 spots for characters on the roster). This should definitely add a little more variety to the game. I wonder if they'll be adding new caddies too... The trailer also shows what appears to be a lot of the courses from the original game. Most of it looks like it's just rendered in the new style, but you never know, it was only a 15 second trailer.
I haven't seen any older costumes in the trailer. All of the art for this game shows the characters, but in new costumes. I suspect everything was redone about the game (visually), which means new costumes, settings, and rendering engine. The actual models for the characters don't appear to differ too much from the original game, but that's okay.
I bet the music will be similar, but with a few new tracks (IE the music featured in the trailer). ESTi (AKA Jinbae Park) is an awesome musician. He did a lot of the music for Pangya as well as other games like Ragnarok Online (SoundTeMP) and La Tale.
A lot of the art for the game can be found at the lead artist's website (Park Jeong Hoon AKA SeeDark). ESTi's site is also interesting, though it doesn't feature anything about the game. His blog has a little more about it, though it's in Korean.
Also, this site has some pretty pictures. I don't know how much info it provides about the game though.
I wonder if the PSP can play import games...?
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
I'm pretty sure this happened when I was at school, trying to do some work. I plugged my flash drive into one of my peer's computers, and I noticed it was acting weird. I checked it out later and realized there was a virus that infected the flash drive, and that virus infected my desktop.
I really should be more conscious about stuff like this.
The virus seems to copy itself into every root drive and and replicates itself if it's deleted. The main way to spread is by flash drive. It also seems to block certain things from showing while using the internet. I tried to look for a way to get rid of it and it blocked a bunch of the sites. Tried the same sites on this laptop, they worked. It also blocked my antivirus from updating, and stopped any new antivirus from being installed.
Keep a lookout for it, be careful where you plug your flash drive. You'll know it when you find an "autorun.inf" file and "RECYCLER" folder on your flash drive and root folders that you can't delete. When you do delete it, and then refresh, it comes back.
On another note, it seems I've caught a virus myself. I've been feeling sick, but trying to get over it. Hopefully I'll be better by the weekend, not worst.
Uhg...doing homework will be difficult.
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
It's election day, but I'm not old enough to vote yet, so I don't really pay too much attention to it (though I'm told I really should).
Just wanted to post this funny little video here. Someone had too much time on their hands to do editing like that.
Supposedly this was real and that clip was captured from a live broadcast. I have no way to prove or disprove this. If it was real, I suspect it would have been on the news, and I haven't found any news clips about it. Nonetheless it's pretty funny.
Friday, October 31, 2008
First of all, major kudos to Mom. She managed a miraculous save and fixed the main part of my costume just now. I know, it's a little late, and Halloween's almost over, but I'm super happy about it nonetheless.
If you can't tell, I'm wearing Kaz's Cardinal Regalia costume (Pangya). 2 weeks of work, a little stress, and wazam!
Yeah, it's not 100% accurate, and the pants aren't even correct, but the main idea is portrayed I think. There was no way in hell I was gonna get it to be super accurate in only 2 weeks. Something like that would have taken a while summer or more.
Fabrics weren't expensive. They're super thin and were like a dollar a yard. It was about $15 for all of the cloth, a little more for the belt parts, pants and shoes I previously owned. Just goes to show you cosplay isn't necessarily expensive if you're going simply for the appearance. It takes a hell of a lot of time though, keep that in mind.
I dunno what else to say about it except Happy Halloween everyone!
Once again, major thanks to mom, she helped in a lot of this.
EDIT: Oh yeah, thanks to my sister for the pictures
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Sunday, October 26, 2008
So yeah. We talked about stuff, ate a little, and watched a little of Shaun of the Dead. I'm not too good at talking about stuff (ironic, huh?), but lets just say I had a lot of fun. The knights need to get together more.
As for the costume, I'd say I'm almost half-way done, and it's about the half-way point in time (started a week ago, only a week left). I'll probably have pictures when I'm done.
Still not telling ;3
Thursday, October 23, 2008
Pangya is the online casual golf game. Its got origins in Korea. It's also popular in Japan. Here in America, it's called Albatross18.
It's online golf. While it may not sound that appealing (and honestly, it wasn't that appealing to me at first neither), it is surprisingly addicting. The colorful backdrops and characters, the simple yet sophisticated gameplay, and the overall feel while playing really makes it fun.
The settings. You can play on a battle ship, an icy canyon, a beach, a volcano, a windmill area; basically a lot of places you wouldn't normally play golf. This means the settings are extremely colorful and diverse. It's hard to get bored of the settings in my opinion.
There are the characters too. The characters are also extremely diverse: you've got your generic boy, generic girl, middle aged fat guy, handsome male, beautiful woman, cute (dare I use the term 'moe'?) magical girl, cool dark guy, and the loli (yep). Each character has a large number of costume to choose from, and being an online game, it's constantly updated.
There are lots of elements added to the game that you don't find in normal golf. The element I'm talking about is the ability to do trick shots. These shots change the trajectory of the ball, the landing area, basically, things you can't do in real golf. Trick shots also include "tomahawk" and "spike", which make the ball explode on impact when executed correctly.
I won't bother too much with explaining how the game is played. Basically, hit the spacebar one to start adjusting power, hit it again once it gets to the desired power, time the last hit to decide whether you hook or slice.
I've been caught in the marketing too. As with any free to play online game, you have to pay real money for some of the stuff. Oh, if I could spend more, I would. That's how into it I am.
A little more opinion here: what makes a good online game is the community, and so far, the community is better than any other I've played with.
I'll post a video of some of my (newbish) playing so you can get a sample of pangya. Maybe you can join me :) I'm always looking for people to play with. Sadly, I've gotten one friend to join, and he doesn't play too often.
They believe that costuming is "make it yourself" "it doesn't have to look exact" blah blah blah
And I can't seem to get the point across, that if I want it to look like a certain character, the more accurate it looks, the more impressive the costume is.
But no, they're hella lazy. Because of that, I doubt I'll be able to finish my costume period, since I can't go out and get the materials that I need.
Is costume making really that hard to understand? Or are my parents just so thick headed they could headbutt the earth and the earth would break first?
That's got to be one of the coolest outfits ever.
My main character is Kaz on Albatross18. He's just cool.
And this is teh awesome outfit.
It's too bad I'm a little short. The outfit costs Astros (the real world money currency) and that's something I don't quite have access to.
T.T So sad, I only need like a 10$ charge or something.
That outfit is only available from the shop for a limited time (until November 6th) so I've got to find some way to buy it soon.
If only I had my own paypal account or something. I could look for the gift cards, but every time I've tried I've had no luck.
T.T Wishes fading away quickly
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
If you click on her, she'll tell you the time (in Japanese). If you click on the little note next to her, she'll sing a little.
Found it here: http://nekokan.easter.ne.jp/flush/mikuclock.html
Sunday, October 19, 2008
I'm keeping the project a secret at the moment.
Thursday, October 16, 2008
Parents never let me get out, so I'll never learn, but dad let me out today.
Made it out okay, on the way back though, got a little lost. A little
Made it back okay, so yep.
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
I got an awesome Hatsune Miku CD today.
The producer is livetune. The whole CD is sung by Miku. Pretty impressive, I think this is the first commercial release album to feature Miku.
All of the songs are awesome. They've got a nice rhythm and tune, and it's a definite for people who like the electronica or j-pop genres. All songs are full length (it looks like an average of about 5 minutes per track) and are professionally produced for maximum awesome-ness
It came in a really nice box. It's all hologram-y and shiny. It appears to be a first press or limited edition or something, which is super nice. I tried not to ruin the box when I opened it, but the CD just wouldn't come out easily. I managed to get it out without any damage though.
You can probably see that I'm a major Miku fan. Check this CD out some time.
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
I haven't posted anything in a very short while, but I feel like posting, so here
It's a cute picture of some of the Key girls together (one from each game). I don't know who made it, but it's very well done and stays pretty true to the art style.
Click on it for a higher resolution version.
They forgot revvie :O (Yumemi Hoshino)
Sunday, October 12, 2008
Found an interesting picture on an image board. The artist appears to be the same one from Little Busters!
After a little more research, it appears that this isn't a Key production.
The studio appears to be mana. The series is called School Heart's. You probably figured that out from the picture though.
Whatever it is, it looks very cute, but I can't give much more info since I can't read [japanese]. Each character appears to be drawn by a different artist.
There appears to be voice samples on the site. I listened to a few of them, and they don't sound bad.
The site is giving me the impression that this is some kind of music CD or drama, but that may just be the theme of the presentation. It may very well be a game, but I can't verify that.
You can click the image on the side for a higher quality version.
I just finished the first Maximum Ride book (and about freaking time too). Amazing story, I must say. Very exciting and hard to put down once I started.
I borrowed this book from a friend last year. I guess it's about time I returned it. But that's something else.
Maximum Ride is a science fiction about some kids that went through a genetic experiments. Through this, they've gained wings, as well as various other abilities.
Yeah, I thought it was the most awesome thing ever too.
The book is a nice easy read, very not-boring. It is well paced and exciting. The plot is original and new, the characters are developed well, and the overall feel is something that can only be described as amazing.
Of course, considering the amount of books I've read, I'm probably not one to review, but I definitely recommend checking this out at the library or something when you can.
Saturday, October 11, 2008
No, it's not a Yaoi or shonen-ai. In fact, it's the complete opposite.
Candy boy is a really sweet story about 2 sisters. It's an Original Net Animation, I think it can be found on nico nico douga. No doubt someone has uploaded it to youtube too.
As I said, this is a really sweet series. It was just so cute and lovey dubby, but had a real sense of reality to it. There is no magic or saving the world stuff, it's just a lives of these two sisters.
The animation is crisp and smooth and some of the best quality I've seen, the character design is some of the best I've seen, and the story isn't hard to follow. It's got its sweet moments and its funny moments, and the overall series has a real charm to it.
Definitely recommend checking this series out. As far as I know, there are 2 episodes subbed. They're available on AnimeSuki. I hope to see more soon.
It was really cool, super exciting. I watched both beginners and intermediate fighters, and they were quite impressive.
I wish I could have the chance to participate, but it seems unlikely. First, I have no way of transport. Second, I have no money to buy equipment with. T.T
If you want to check it out, you can go to the San Diego Kendo Bu website (assuming you're in San Diego) or just google for someplace close to you.
On an unrelated note, I think I'm the most unlucky person in the world when it comes to getting stuff I really want. I went to try to buy an Ultimate Game Card, but their systems were down so I couldn't buy them. Every other time I've tried they were out of stock or I didn't have money on me.
Friday, October 10, 2008
I'll probably play more later. I don't know what else to say about it. I'm not giving out my friend code either. Just go to the "play with anyone" option, you might catch me some time.
Okay, off to important stuff.
Thursday, October 9, 2008
A neat Ragnarok Online doujin game I found a while ago.
First, I'd like to say that I am a big fan of Ragnarok Online. I played it only for a little, but the time I had on it was awesome. I wish I could afford to play it.
I do not condone the use of illegal free servers. There is a legal free server I found, but it didn't have quite the same feeling when I played it.
Well, onto the main topic. Porindama Online is a Puyo Puyo clone. The art is super cute, the voice acting isn't bad, and the demo features mild H-content (only 4 playable characters, no CGs). The publisher is Cosplay Teahouse Soft (careful with this link, some NSFW stuff here). I have not found a place to buy it (I don't advocate for torrenting it illegally either).
The website is here though it looks like it's a little outdated. The demo appears to have been removed though. I'll post the version of the demo I have up later.
If you like Ragnarok and cute moe girls (with some H in there), check it out. That picture up there is the Kafra maid for those who don't recognize characters from the Ragnarok series.
Cosplay Teahouse Soft appears to be making a Nanoha doujin now. Similar style game (puyo clone). Looks interesting. There's another RO game, I might try it out.
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
Just surfing around and I found this.
It was just a hoax a few years ago, but the idea is pretty amusing:
If enough people jump at the same time, it would cause the earth to go out of orbit and into a new one, averting global warming
I wonder if there are any videos of this
This とらいあんぐる☆Girl's Heart (Triangle☆Girl's Heart I think) by Shiki. I personally like this artist a lot. I wish I knew where to get a CD. That art for this video is also super cute.
This シンデレラ・ロマンス (Cinderella Romance) by Tatsh. Another great artist (who made Xepher in beatmania/DDR, yet another great song). The song samples Ode to Joy (Beethoven) for those who can't identify it (I know people who can't). Also has a very well done PV.
On a side note, I haven't played DDR in a while. I should.
Tuesday, October 7, 2008
Just an interesting Hatsune Miku song I found. I've seen the title translated as "The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku".
Crazy fast song, but it's an extremely serious and sad song. This song is quite an example of the potential tempo rates of the vocaloid program.
No credits once again. I wish I could read japanese, then I could read the description and see who made the song.
If you don't have time to listen to the [almost] 5 minute song, here's the short version
Back to doing homework
Monday, October 6, 2008
This is really embarrassing. Maybe my later posts will be more interesting.
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
Unofficial Demo Reel Summer 2009
Currently cast in
Eclipsing Chaos as Scott
Neko World as Shiro Tsurugi
B.A.S.I.C as Alessandro Kalhun
Tales of Symphonia OVA (fandub) as Yuan
Sketchbook (fandub) as Ujo Sugyo
Tales of Vesperia the Movie Fandub as Yuri Lowell
Nanatsuiro Drops (Fandub) as Natsume Kisaragi
Sam and Craig Are Champions as Fall Out Boy
Don't Trust Mercury as Marc
Blackened/Shattered Wings as Keito Miyabe
Wheels of Time: The Mystery of Café Clockwork as Max
Ever 17 English Fandub as Takeshi Kuranari
Shugo Chara Fandub as Ikuto Tsukiyomi
Tales of the Abyss Abridged as Jade Curtiss
Tales of Symphonia OVA Fandub as Zelos Wilder
Tales of Symphonia OVA Fandub as Zelos Wilder
Infinite Darkness Summer Special as Zero
Scattered Star of the Distant Dragon as Chaos
White Fang as Jin
Akikan Fandub as Hidehiko Otoya
Clannad Fandub as Yusuke Yoshino
Completed works | Youtube Playlist
Tales of Graces Blast Caliber Exhibition as Richard
Shadow Knows as Shadow
My Eyes as Billy
A Dream is a Wish Chorus
Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicles Season One Finale as Fei Wang
Little Green Monster as Haruka
Grell Shows His True Colors as Sebastian
Black Butler Christmas as Sebastian
A Dream is a Wish Chorus
いつかのMerry Christmas Duet
Date with Dark as Dark
The Meeting as Deaf Male
Yuri VS Flynn (Remaster) as Yuri
Alexei Battle as Yuri
Flower Garden as Howl
Tales of Vesperia PS3 Ending Fandub as Yuri
Iris' Death as Zero
Kingdom Hearts BBS Trailer (fandub) (unavailable) as Terra
Why do you talk like that? as Jade
My Name as Yuuichi
B.A.S.I.C. (Ch. 1) (Part: Prologue - 1 - 2) as Student Q
Ring a Bell (Yuri Ver.)
The Little Red Riding Hood as Wolf
The Amusement Park as Ikuto
B.A.S.I.C. Trailer as Alessandro Kalhun
Tales of Vesperia PS3 Mystic Artes Fandub as Yuri
Kingdom Hearts The Abridged Series (Ep. 5) (unavailable) as Rikkion/Jon
Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep Trailer (unavailable) as Terra
On the Balcony (Unavailable) as Romeo
Fury Sparks (HQ MP3) as Yuri
Dual Divine Wave as Yuri
Mao Finale as Lelouch
Shirley's Death as Lelouch
Tales of Vesperia PS3 Trailer 3 as Yuri
Get Your Voice Out Introduction as Jeeves
Faker! as Shadow
Zagi Finale as Yuri
Blood Moon Trailer as Jake (Uncredited)
Ikuto's Violin as Ikuto
Tales of Vesperia PS3 Trailer Fandub as Yuri
Blood Moon Romance as Jake
Nerine's Confession as Rin
Vesperia Mystic Artes Fandub as Yuri
Ikuto's Wish as Ikuto
Yuri VS Flynn | Battle as Yuri
Nanatsuiro Drops (Ep. 1) (Fandub) (Part: 1 - 2- 3) as Kisaragi
What is the Embryo? as Ikuto
Now, all of you, die! as Lelouch
Tales of Symphonia Fandub Trailer as Yuan
Tales of the World Radiant Mythology 2 Opening Fandub
Tales of Vesperia Fandub (2) as Yuri
Tales of Vesperia Fandub as Yuri
Lelouch Monologue as Lelouch
Saving Estelle as Yuri
Blood Moon Episode 1 (unavailable) as Jake
Nerine's Song as Rin
Animation Test as JonFawkes
Deceit x Justice Audition (10/2009)
Yuri Reel (10/2009)
Scattered Star of the Distant Dragon Audition (10/2009)
Zelos Reel (10/2009)
Ever17 Takeshi Audition 2 (9/2009)
Ever17 Takeshi Audition (9/2009)
TigerYeh's Sim Movie Audition (7/2009)
Tales of Vesperia Duke, Zagi, and Yuri Audition (7/2009)
A Voice Isn't Enough Audition (6/2009)
Eclipsing Chaos Audition (4/2009)
Random Deep Voices Reel (11/2008)
Tales of Symphonia Lloyd Audition (7/2008)
Tales of Symphonia Zelos Audition 2 (7/2008)
Tales of Symphonia Zelos Audition (7/2008)