Tetsuya Nomura, famous for being the character designer of various Square-Enix games such as the ever popular Final Fantasy series, drew Miku Hatsune to look more real which is a step away from Miku’s usual moe appeal. The result was for me was really awesome.
With Miku now looking more human-like, Miku Hatsune is now one step closer to Sharon Apple. Perhaps in the future, everybody around the world would be open to the idea of a virtual songstress just like in Macross Plus.
I knew I had to do this list eventually, so now I’m doing it. In introspection, I found out that only 3 anime girls really had an impact on me because they really stand out in some way and not just merely cookie cutter characters or fanservice magnet like most 2D girls are. Who’s your top 3 anime girls, dear reader?
Dear reader, are you new to the vocaloid fandom? You want to get into the vocaloid fandom? Are the songs that you only know are from the Project Diva games and you are on the hunt for other awesome vocaloid music? Continue reading →
I initially watched Macross Plus because of I was trying to get my hands on every macross that I could find and I was at the height of my Macross addiction. Needless to say, I was already introduced to what would become one of my greatest anime influences.