Hi SecondOpinion, I'm not actually sure if you're a moderator/admin or simply just a user of high power here, but I was wondering if you would be able to let me know whether or not I am able to make many pages on this wiki (obviously not all at once, more like a new one over an extended period of time) or if I should simply stick with having one or more. If you're not a mod, could you perhaps direct me to someone who is?
The Norse archetype was a hybrid Fire/Earth deck archetype introduced late into the TCG's lifespan (first released in the "Elves of Discord" set) which featured various creatures referencing Norse mythology.
Among the key cards of the Norse archetype were "Thor of the Mighty Thunder", "Ragnar Lothbrok, Viking Warlord" and the "Jormungandr", among others.
The problem with To the Beat: The Ultimate Dance for Gamecube (an American-only release based on 2nd Dance that compiled songs from the first three TTB mixes plus some from 4th Dance) wasn't with the software itself but was caused solely by the faulty dance mats that were packaged with the Gamecube versions.
The Gamecube dance mats were of such shoddy quality, that they had a reputation of breaking within 2 months of usage, tops. Bizarrely, ACS' Xbox dance mats worked out slightly better, and didn't have the poor build quality that the Gamecube pads had. ACS later announced a recall for the game that replaced the faulty dance mats with more functional Gamecube mats that had the Xbox mats' build quality.
Yuko Mizutani served as the voice actress for Liang Meifen from Sentoki 4 (replacing Michie Tomizawa, who voiced her in the first game) up until the arcade release of Sentoki 5, released only a few months before Mizutani's passing.
Meifen's lines were re-dubbed in the console release by Noriko Hidaka, who also recorded additional lines for Story Mode. The credits for the game included an "in memoriam" message for Mizutani near the end.
Admittedly, I used to adore the sereis when I was younger, and didn't know any better. But once I grew older, and realized how mean-spirited the jokes are. In particular, the constant use of child abuse as a joke...
Loconator3000 wrote: A game that included another "In memory" but to a worker of ACS who did some notable job?
Shintaro Hiramatsu was the creator of the Fantasia of the Forbidden RPG series. A former Square employee who worked on several of the early Final Fantasy titles, he went to ACS in 1993 and from there, created the basis for what would become Fantasia.
Hiramatsu passed away in 2014, after suffering from an aneurysm while working on a soft reboot of his series, Fantasia of the Forbidden: Ressurection. When Ressurection was released in 2015, an "in memoriam" message dedicated to Hiramatsu was included in the end credits.