For all my readers, I would like to inform you in advance that this is a serious post. This is not a positive one about a game I like or anything of the sort. This is an editorial of something that needs addressing, and it is quite dark. If you're looking for the silliness, you may want to go read the Diary of Frank West.
Not long ago, Bryon Beaubien, also known as Psyguy, the webmaster of the rather-known website Fireball20xl.com, had a great many "allegations" pile up on him in a short amount of time, and boy what allegations they are.
Sunday, July 6, 2014
Thursday, July 3, 2014
When SNK Playmore announced that their next game would be a rhythm-based smartphone app, fans got a little agitated that they were spending time on something not related to The King of Fighters 14. I meanwhile was excitedly imitating Hibari’s victory pose. Recall in my review of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy when I said that there should be a rhythm game like it, but with KOF music. With The Rhythm of Fighters, SNK Playmore gives us just that. It’s like making a Rock Band game all about the Beatles; it's a good idea from the start. Up until The Rhythm of Fighter’s sudden release onto the app store (with little fanfare, I might add), all I asked for was for them not to screw this brilliant concept up.
My prayers were answered. For the most part, it’s just what I wanted.