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This is just something I put together in honor of one of my favorite Anime series, Samurai Pizza Cats.
It was short lived, but its memory shall live on!
Kyatto Ninden Teyandee!
Thanks for the front page.
And here i thought i was the only person alive that remembered this show! You did them Justice my friend. I also would like to admit i thought i was gonna hear the English opening as soon as i clicked play. Bravo, Bravo my friend
Very nice, but I've never heard of it... Is there somewhere online I can watch?... BTW, did you make all those sprites yourself?!?!?!? They're awesome!
This is the show that got me%uFEFF started on anime! ;_;
It's well done.
Sprites are well done and feel at the proper place within the scenery.
Someone else commented that the bacjgrounds were uber or something, but it looks like several game rips and one animated one used over and over. (Maybe I'm missing something). Not that it's bad, it worked very well but it's about average. Animation was very fluid however. Your backgrounds are of a higher grade than the crap that sometimes gets loaded, but to be fair, anyone who animates sprites at your level (which is of high quality) has backgrounds just as decent. Keep up the good work, gave it a five, and stop with the single seizure background (Add need more seizure variety.)
Some of the best NES games were deemed too "weird" for American shores. So we got stuck with most of the crap games. But some of the "weird" ones made it over here, but got mangled with stupid translations or altered "plots". (*cough* like Blaster Master, where you're chasing your frog down a hole...ugh *cough*). Samurai Pizza Cats was one of those really good games that was based on some anime or manga in Japan, but got sent over here and changed into "Samurai Pizza Cats" in an attempt to appeal to the kids who liked Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
I think what sets your videos apart from others is that your backgrounds pop. They're as artistically done as the character sprites, plus you animate them and have them do stuff. So, your backgrounds play just as much a part in the video as the main characters. Other flashers seem to spend a ton of time on main characters, then they just doodle up some background in 2 seconds, and it looks shoddy. But you tackle yours as a whole, so it all goes together well. Good job!
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