An example of a website behind on times. It stubbornly stays the same trying to keep itself alive.
On this day and age, mainstream users are rocking 1080p resolutions on their PCs or whatever devices. Due to evolving techs out there, websites need to make changes in order to be optimized for easier viewing.
Here’s another annoyance that’s been bothering me ever since I uploaded the Shinjuku Station bumpers onto their site, THEY STILL FORCE YOU TO USE FTPs TO UPLOAD. GET ON WITH THE TIMES YOU HOES!
It’s a ghost town. Very few members are still active. The site rarely updates. Do I still recommend this site for your main AMV headquarters? It’s hard to say. With youtube cracking down videos with copyright strikes, there’s not much of a choice, it’s the last resort to watch AMVs.
First off, awe inspiring cinematography in that video. 2nd, this song is weeaboo to the max. Just listen to the lyrics, it’s hilarious! But the tune is so catchy I can’t help it. This is the kind of rap music I can tolerate. Although I dislike hearing profanity in songs, at least this is better than ghetto rap that you typically hear on the radio. The album is free to download.
It’s been nearly 2 years since I done video bumpers for Shinjuku Station. I enjoyed my time editing these and relearning some techniques and gaining few new skills. With that said, this is my final bumper. Reason for that is, well, I wanted to reach the 10th mark of my bumper line and it’s time for me to step aside to let others shine.
I will continue video editing as I still have an unfinished AMV sitting on my hard drive for several years now and some new projects planned in the near future. I hope you enjoy this video. A lot of thought was put onto this when I first heard this amazing progressive house song. Shinkai’s gorgeous anime visuals matched the dreamy euphoric state of the music.
Here’s the bumperless version.
Anything Xenogears related is worth the reblog.
Updated: August 22, 2016
This is not a review. This is simply me pouring my passion into a largely unorganized post. I’ve long wanted to write something like this for archival purposes.
To begin with, I think it’s necessary to establish some context. I began playing JRPGs in the mid/late-90s as a kid and one of the earliest titles to capture me was Squaresoft’s Chrono Trigger, a game still beloved to this day by many. I’ll leave fanboying over Chrono Trigger for another time, but it does serve as an important preface to this discussion; it introduced me to legendary music composer Yasunori Mitsuda and scriptwriter Masato Kato, both who were also involved in Xenogears. So when I played Xenogears in the early 2000s I was already intrinsically attracted to it due to hearsay — the fact that some of Chrono Trigger‘s development team was involved…
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Lately, I’ve been listening to this nonstop. It’s catchy and well composed. Loving the guitar solo parts. The legit drumming also sounds nice! In case if anyone’s wondering, the song is from Macross Delta.
Finally I got around to compile this. The video is about all the con stuff I recorded during my stay. I wasn’t able to record as much as I wanted to due to some restrictions and the weight of my camera equipment causing some inconveniences around certain circumstances. Otherwise, enjoy!🙂