KAZAHANA: The Formula

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This piece, formed part of Kazahana Family Mass Battle (KFMB) - a multi-media collaboration project created by Max Mao (Life.1 Entertainment),is a bg story involving the invention of the Infonet datapad & a formula. To learn more about Kazahana project pls check out the info found at the end of the movie, or go straight to home of KFMB @ www.lifepoint1.com.
Thanks Omahdon, Patrick Bruun, Mizura and Lucien Dodge for providing me their quailty voice work. Also thanks to Max Mao and Steven Lim for their helpful technical advise.
My Special thanks to Omahdon for being an excellent audio director of the production. ^_^
Cheers to you all!

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Good graphics, great story. I believe you used a track from Fahrenheit for ambience

Dope as fuck

this is hella bad-ass. A very low-key, dramatic addition to this awesome series.

Beautiful Battle. Congratulations!!!!!!

Beautiful battle, Dear Meifen. But. I have to tell you. You may win in Kazahana battle. You never will win with any battle with Kazahana Lozorta.
Lozarto is Lozarto. Working against Kazahana Lozarto means working against Kazahana Lozarto. You must understand his instructions. Maybe consequence 2-2 was not effective. But. segment 2-3 will work great I can promise you this. Do not tell Dear Steve I showed you 2-2 preview already. Do not tell Dear GFORCE about it. You must keep it for yourself.
You must enjoy last 3 weeks of the battle. You will enjoy the coming ones. But. You will enjoy more if you learn from Dear GForce Kazahana.

I will support you in YouTube like I support GForce. But. I support you everyday in DA. You must want to thank me.

Once again beautiful battle with Lozarto. Die in glory, Kazahana Meifen. Dear Max has announced theres no place in LiFe.1 for her. She must die, in glory or in hell. I am her big fan. I will see her everyday.

Meifen-worshipper really


this is such a great series :DDD

Very good.

Extremely well done. In the beginning my thoughts went along the lines of "WTF does a formula have to do with a data pad?" In the end I understood though.

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3.98 / 5.00

Jan 15, 2006
9:50 AM EST