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Jul 9, 2009 | 4:06 PM EDT
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Better late than never, right? Well, I'm glad it's finally done.

And once again, I want to point out that the story in Bunnykill 4 has nothing to do with the previous BK movies. So don't strain your brains trying to figure out how it all ties up. Just relax and enjoy the action.

I hope you all like it!

EDIT: Thanks for the frontpage!

Rajunen has released the entire Bk3 and Bk4 soundtracks.
If you are interested in downloading them, here you go:

"http://www.megauplo m/?d=1SBSKO37"



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Its perry cool, but the end was so sad

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is very cool

You really but a lot of time and effort into this.And the outcome - A masterpiece.

It was quite long and not for a moment was it repetive or boring.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Damn... It's like Madness...

Minus the guns that is :) (Which is a good thing, cause in my highly valued opinion, Swords > Guns)

Also, nice Street Fighter referend during the fight with Flint - Gen's Super combo - You cannot dodge what you cannot see! That and the various Flash Kicks here and there :) Not sure what the C-c-c-combo Breaker! is from, but I've heard it before lol

Overall, this is a great flash. Amazing animation, great Sound effects/Music and (while there's not much of a story in this episode) you still feel attached to the characters, which is good.

Great Job, looking forward to BunnyKill5 :)

Mottis responds:

Yeah, Gen is da man. I got the PC version not too long ago and he is my favourite character in SFIV by far. If only I had the balls to go online though. I'll get murdered. D;

And oh, the c-c-c-combo breaker is from an old fighting game called Killer Instinct. I used to play Killer Instinct Gold on N64, and trust me, there is nothing more satisfying that breaking your opponents combo, having the screen freeze for a split second and flash with bright colours and the narrator shout C-C-C-COMBO BREAKERR!! Especially since performing combo breakers was so damn rare and difficult. Unless you're pro or something. Youtube 'Killer Instinct Gold combo breaker' or something. :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


by far the best keep up the good work.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

teleportation at it's best.

Bunnykill is still going on? DAMN. What I mean to say, is that I didn't expect another installment of this pretty good series after the two-part Bunnykill 3, which was decent enough. But thank God I was willing to take up this series once again. Not only was it entertaining as hell, but the animation, art, and fighting scenes were absolutely breathe-taking. Sure, it's a bit of a rip-off of the Madness series, but every Bunnykill was like that, and honestly, I think this one kind of left it's mark as a parody. The music was awesome, the sound was awesome, and the setting was awesome... ya know, Japan. I enjoyed that more than some moon base or whatever the hell Bunnykill 3 took place. It just seemed to suit the overall mood of the action. The fight scenes were amazing, and the climactic battle at the end was epic enough to satisfy and please. My only downside was the numerous parodies made about Kill Bill, Naruto, and all sorts of other stuff that seem to just block out the whole story.... if there even is one. I mean, I love all the cool references to all these kick ass things, but it seems to just make a collaboration of parodied media than to make a creative plot(if there really is any backstory or anything...). Overall, Bunnykill 4 was a bit lagging in story, and creative plot lines, but the action, art, and animation kicked ass, and made this part of the Bunnykill series stand out more than the rest. Great stuff... and I'll see you in Bunnykill 5.


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