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Those Who Hunt Cyberelves

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I hope everyone is kind, heh, this is my first flash movie ever!

Anyway, this is the opening theme to a series I hope to be making entitled "Those Who Hunt Cyberelves". It's a stranged mix of the anime series "Those Who Hunt Elves" and the video game series "Megaman Zero". Oh, and apparently elves are delicious! Bon appatit!

PS- This isn't just some lame demo, it's a music video with action and comedy! I hope everyone enjoys!



lol i liked the music more than the movie

A nice spoof

I did happen to see "Those Who Hunt Elves," and this was a pretty good spoof. The song sounded perfectly and went well with the graphics. Maybe you could include chunks of mild nudity next time? After all, the anime is semi-hentai based.


I love that theme song, I have the midi play on my website thingy, Lol. Anywho it's a cute music video.

((( COOL )))

Ok notbad, its like a music video, that song was cool, it was different but i liked the song, good and smooth animating though, kinda cute aswell...

MOVIE COMMENTARY: Cute music video...


a moderate effort

I like the idea of putting MMZ together with Those Who Hunt Elves. Never even occured to me, even though I'm a fan of both. At first, I was really interested in seeing what you'd do with the sprites. But as the movie went on, I got progressively more disappointed. Some random points: 1. Zero has a perfectly good walking animation, yet you felt the need to take a standing pose and bounce it up and down the screen. Pathetic. 2. What the fuck is up with that goofy face and why was Zero munching green lights like Pacman. It looks stupid, isn't funny, and is totally miss-matched with the cool scenes of Zero chopping up badguys. 3. Does the tank turn into the dog? Because they seemed to be interchangeable, even though one is never seen turning into the other. 4. Action was minimal. Considering the number of animations that characters have in MMZ, I was expecting to see more movement than still poses bouncing around poorly chosen photographs. My suggestion: Get used to using sprite animations in Flash and put more work into the editing. Also, drop the goofy humor because it doesn't work. With a little more effort, this could be a genuinely entertaining series.

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2.59 / 5.00

Sep 1, 2003
2:19 AM EDT
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