One of the strangest reasons I’ve ever failed a mission.
Selected backgrounds from Kabuki Klash: Far East of Eden, a Hudson Soft fighting game from 1995. On the Neo Geo, this game, unfortunately, was doomed from the start. Up against competition like King of Fighters and Samurai Shodown, the simpler, even silly gameplay style here simply never achieved much in the way of popularity. Although I can appreciate some of the efforts Hudson took to make the game feel different, like the regular appearance of items in combat that heal, stun or beef up the person who grabs them, the whole thing just never gelled with me.
However,the game isn’t a total loss. It has great art direction. The characters have a distinct anime style to them and the stage designs—as evidenced by the pictures here—are creative and vibrant. Hudson’s artists created a colorful, oft-pastel shaded world that was invigorating to watch characters dance around in, even when the figurative dancing itself wasn’t as much fun. The music is quirky and might not be to everyone’s liking, but I thought it suited the game well and, years before Dynasty Warriors burst onto the scene, created a striking light rock/cultural Japanese fusion, worth giving a listen to on YouTube.
heres girl on the right and lil cactus talking about adventures, stars
when life gives you lemons remember to read and review no flames plz