It’s Tanabata! What better figure to review today than Suzumiya Haruhi Junior High School Version?
Based on the ‘The Adventures of Asahina Mikuru’ film shot and produced by the SOS Dan, in this game, you take control of Mikuru as she fights her way thorugh the insane world that Haruhi has created.
So, here’s me playing through level one of this pretty fun, but challenging doujin game,朝比奈ミクルの横スクロールアクション or Asahina Mikuru’s Side Scrolling Action Game.
Made and released in 2006, it’s pretty faithful to the original movie. You first start off fighting Tsuruya as the first level boss, working up your way through Taniguchi, Kunikida, Yuki and finally Haruhi.
This video is also me testing out some desktop recording software.
Z – Fire Desert Eagles
X – Use Contact Lense Special Power
C – Jump (Tap again for double jump)
V – Pause
Yellow: Rifle Dart
White: Miracle Mikuru Eye R
Blue: Mikuru Beam
Green: Micro Black Hole
You lose a life once you touch a single enemy. Contact lenses act as shields and get destroyed in place of losing a life if you have one equipped.
Anime merchandise acquisition update once again as the beginning of February looms near.
– Spirit Evolving EmperorGreymon
– Yamato’s Valkyrie Display Stand
– Max Factory’s 1/8 Scale Asahina Mikuru MIKURU BEAMMMMMMMMMMMM Ver.
– Macross Plus Movie Edition Artbook
– Bamboo Blade Artbook
Let’s see… Regarding EmperorGreymon/KaiserGreymon currently, due to a sudden bout of serious nostalgia, I’m on a quest to complete my (Japanese) Digimon figure collection. Still have quite a number to go, and I’m financially DRAINED.
I finally bought that Mikuru figure by Max Factory that has been on my To Get list since 2008.
Got that stand to display my YF-19 alongside my YF-21:
Lastly, bought a couple of artbooks as well. For Anime that I love, I try to get the artbooks as well for the character designs/bios and episode guides. In particular, I think that the Macross Plus artbook is simply brilliant. For a huge fan of the OVAs and Movie like me, the artwork of all the mecha, characters and sets is simply phenomenal to look at.
Being the sixth Haruhi Figure to be released in the Figma line, this time based on how she appears in the movie, The Disappearance of Suzumiya Haruhi, is this really worth picking up?
The Disappearance of Suzumiya Haruhi. One of the most anticipated Anime movies of 2010 from the mega-popular franchise, Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuutsu (The Melancholy of Suzumiya Haruhi) is finally here on Blu-Ray and DVD!
In this video, I not only take a look at the Limited Edition Blu-Ray set of the movie, but also give my brief opinions of the movie.
With this, we round up the Limited Edition Blu-Ray Set reviews on Actar’s Reviews… for the time being anyways. (^.^)
Your very own SOS Dan on your iPhone!
WARNING!!! This video and the description below contain spoilers for the movie, ‘The Disappearance of Suzumiya Haruhi’. Since it is an excellent movie, don’t read the following or watch the video if you haven’t already watched the movie.
As the year of 2010 comes to a close, I take a look back. 2010 was really an awesome year for me on many levels, in both my personal and hobby-related life. To end of the year, here we have my final loot, which consists of some things which I’m been eying for for quite sometime:
– Bandai’s Cardcaptor Sakura Clow Staff X 2
– Azone’s 1/6 scale Haruhi Doll
– Azone’s 1/6 scale Mikuru Combat Waitress Doll
– The Disappearance of Suzumiya Haruhi Limited First Edition Blu-Ray Set Rakuten Books Ver (+ Replica Yuki Bookmark Set)
– The Disappearance of Suzumiya Haruhi Ichiban Kuji Set E (Episode 00 Stationary Set + 2 Muffler Towels)
One of the figures I got from AFA08. This is a very special Mikuru figure that I have been thinking of getting for a long, long time. Produced by ATELIER-SAI, she retails for a hefty 7200.