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TOME - Episode 03 - Highest Form of Flattery

Flamegirl travels to the bustling ;Mechcity region of TOME for a meet-up with her two friends, Saturndiva and Whyti. The hottest subject seems to be Alpha and his growing reputation after the defeat of the two hackers at ;Lavendera. Alpha and Nylocke head to the city to meet Flamegirl...but just as they get there, two new hackers appear with a much more specific mission than their predecessors. Alpha's popularity has garnered the attention of some strange threatening foes. Will Flamegirl be the one to expose the truth and protect our heroes?

Created by Chris "Kirbopher" Niosi, with music by Weston "Kajetokun" Durant, featuring special guest voices of Sarah Williams (Madoka Magica), Apphia Yu (Fairy Tail), Andy Dennis (Cuboy), Kimlinh Tran (Skullgirls), Anthony Sardinha (F-ing Science) and Lucien Dodge (Pokemon: Black & White). Join the adventure in the Terrain of Magical Expertise!

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EnactJudoEnactJudo

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I want to hate this but I really can't.

You made a lot of effort to add better movement instead of having the characters stand around lifelessly. The fighting scenes are still awkwardish but I can see the effort. There was somewhat of a hook mid-way, and the villians were not horrible(though the demon villain was a little excessive with the sop story.)

You are still piss poor on a lot of the diologue- especially at the points where the three women were chatting.

Also that guy that sings the theme song at the end can't sing for shit.



Freki92Freki92

Rated 3 / 5 stars

While I enjoy the comedic value of this series and its artwork, I do have to agree with earlier comments in that I feel that its storyline is a blatant copy of .hack//Sign's storyline.


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GZentoGZento

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Whoosh



SimCorderSimCorder

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Quite a step up Kirb, the story felt a lot more fluid then in the previous episodes. Not to mention the art for the conversations is a huge improvement, as others have stated, it makes the characters stand out more and seem more alive.

The only thing I would want to see graphic wise would be for more unique animations for the characters "sprites" (I am not recommending better artwork) since that's what does a majority of the fighting is composed of and is very easy to recycle, which would help make fight scenes more diverse and interesting.


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ZeroStar75ZeroStar75

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I would LOL so hard if this ever became a TV show
Great Job!