The pieces are nicely composed with great melodies and some nice layering. I think it should be said that YoJinBo isn't a typical otome romance game. Although he looks quite young at first glance, he has a very sharp tongue. I hope to hear more out of TwoFive, particularly Yasuo Muraki, in the future. I didn't see any topicssabout this awesome game, so i made one. He is endlessly resourceful and will stop at nothing to achieve his goals.
These songs are mostly character themes and can be heard during a particular character's key plot points, including major battles and endings. Please remember this was before Elements Garden, Rejet and the slew of idol centric mobile games. This is one soundtrack where I really would have liked karaoke versions of these songs, since many of them would have simply blossomed without the subpar vocals choking them down. After that memorable event, she and her retainer were lured into Kitayama Castle by one of the traitorous warlords on the guise of having some rest and relaxation, only to be murdered due to growing dissent on her suitability to be the successor. It is really a fun little ride and a good laugh. I've gotten pretty tired of hearing cutesy female voices, especially helium voices, in video game vocal themes.
Well, Don McCow is the pseudonym for a composer Isao Mizoguchi who has worked alongside Noriyuki Iwadare at TwoFive for many years. Additional guys who want to get in your pants — uh, I mean, save you. Murasame Jinnosuke - a fiery character with red hair and something of a rough - but good natured - temperament, he's one of the bodyguards hired to save Hatsuhime. Short-tempered and incredibly strong, he is not given to deep thought. Nobumasa Ohno-Unlike his older brother Harumoto, Nobumasa looks every bit as aggressive as he actually is.
Naturally, plot progression requires her to pick the artifact up. Well, the game itself is pretty popular. . This usually means he isn't taken seriously. From left to right: Bo, Jin, and Yo. The music heard in this soundtrack is as good as I remember it, save for some of the vocal performances. It's one of those situations that, without voicing, the game wouldn't be complete.
He is also the first of such bodyguards you meet, as Hatsuhime bumps right into him at the festival, before the conspiracy and assassination attempt. Harumoto Ohno-The Chief Inspector of the Mochizuki clan. The game was released in 2006. The number of tracks is similar to disc 1, but the tracks themselves are quite short making disc 2 about half the length of disc 1. Yep, they love to bully him. The rock tracks are catchy too. I really liked how it flipped the script.
When the final fight comes, who will be there to help you save the princess? It had action, bloody violence, and a sense of humor definitely geared more toward guys. Unfortunately, there is a major downside to these vocal themes. The nickname Bo comes from an alternative reading of his family name, a clan of samurais. Many have thunderous basslines which, as a bassist, I appreciate. Apparently, Jin has also tried to kill him before, but Ittousai survived the attempt. Despite his shota-cute appearance, Yo is equally deadly as his teammates, being raised in a family of ninjas. This artefact transports you back into time to save the life of a mischievous princess named Hatsu.
That night, the pendant comes to life, glowing a weird green and putting Sayori in touch with the ghost of a princess named Hatsuhime, who used to live in the castle that the club was excavating. Instead of starring a teenage boy pursuing a storyline with one of many girls, Yo-Jin-Bo starred a modern-day teenage girl inhabiting the body of a feudal-era princess pursuing a storyline with one of many guys. He is rather androgynous bishōnen, actually , and is from a samurai family. Disc 2 has the various in-game music tracks that aren't vocal themes. McCow's best known works for English-speaking gamers are probably the vocal pieces he helped write for the Lunar series.
Mon used to be a samurai with a fiery temper, picking fights left right center, until one day, he ended up in a brawl resulting in a few fatalities, with his brother taking the fall for him. I almost forgot to mention the voice acting! After inexplicably trading places with Hatsuhime, she finds herself playing the princess in order to save the princess' life and her own. The music itself on disc 1 is driving, fist-pumping, distorted guitar J-rock with the occasional ballad thrown in. This game is set in the Sengoku Era. Perhaps that influence is why Yo-Jin-Bo contains copious amounts of the silly humor one might associate with Lunar. She finds a mysterious pendant while out helping with an archeological dig she's in the high school history club, and so is forced to attend , and later has a strange dream - it seems that the scene is from about a hundred and fifty years ago, during the last days of the samurai, and she sees Hatsuhime, princess of the Mochizuke clan, assassinated! He is exceptionally awkward around women, though Ittousai is even more awkward.
All the references to Annie the Musical? Therefore, it was a nice change to hear ballsy rock from guys in the soundtrack's first disc. Art and Graphics This game is old. She gets caught up in a clan-succession conspiracy, one that seemingly proves fatal to her, and seems to reach out to Sayori through the mysterious green pendant that Sayori finds at the very beginning of the story. К тому же, такое приключение настолько необычно, что радует сердце школьницы, нашедшей мистический кулон. He came from a very poor family, which shaped his opinions on life.