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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Chanser, Feb 28, 2010.
Some screenies (from DS-Scene):
Looks like EBA to me, with customizable lolis
I mean it seems like a really nice game.
I'm trying this lolifest immediately.
Do want, especially if it is EBA-esque.
also, what DSi 'enhancements' does it have? or why is it tagged with DSi?
It uses the cameras of the DSi for some extra gimmicks, but you can play it on a DS Phat or a DS Lite without those extras.
It's not out on any site yet.
I am disappointed.
The scene are hogging the fun. Not on the private servers either.
I'd play it if there were no weird loli models.
MAKE EBA2 OR OUENDAN 3 NAOOOOOOOOOOO
Unfortunately for you, This is what the majority of people want in their rhythm games, it worked with Idolmaster: Live with You.
I need my dancing little girls damnit.....oh well at least I have Utacchi to hold me over for the time being.
I thought there already was an EBA2...
No there isn't.
Damn i thought this was one of the "Kira Kira Pop Princess" games. They were somewhat decent.
I think I vomited in my mouth a little.
Also pretty sure I spotted her in Dante's Inferno.
I know they localized the first Kira Kira Music Hour, and I think the second one too. So, we can probably count on seeing at least an English European version of this one at some point. I liked the games. They're cute. But to be honest, once I played the first one in English, it lost a lot of its appeal for me. I guess a lot of it was the novelty of playing another quirky, Japan-only game that interested me.
This isn't related to Kira Kira Music Hour or Kira Kira Music Night. Both of those were games based on the Pinky St. line of dolls. (I know, cause I collect the dolls and bought both LE editions of the games for the LE dolls that came with.) Those were released in Europe, in English, as Kira Kira Pop Princess and Pop Town.
If anything, this looks like it could be related to that forthcoming Natsume release Cheer We Go, since that's supposed to be EBA-esque and focus on cheerleading. The screenshots from this look like stuff you'd see in a cheerleading simulation.
The Idolm@ster Live For You didn't have ugly models and weird colors.
But I don't get why people want those things in their rhythm games, Ouendan is perfect, and I really like Taiko no Tatsujin too.
Just a menu with songs that you need to unlock as you play, and get new difficulity settings and such, nothing more.
/// THE UNIVERSAL CHILD'S PLAY PATCH WAS UPDATED!! ///
How to play "Kirakira Rhythm Collection" on your DSTT and R4
1. Download Patch.rar and get a Patch.exe file from the RAR archive.
2. Drag your ROM and drop it onto the Patch.exe. That's all.
Note: The file having the ".bak" extension is the backup copy of the original nds file.
For R4 user only:
1. You can find two folders which are named as "For R4".
2. You need to rename your ROM file to "Kirakira.nds", and get Patch.exe from the "For R4" folder and execute it in the same place of the renamed ROM file. That's all.
Note: You have to use the ROM file where the CRC32 code is 77218014.
For DSTT user only:
1. You can find two folders which are named as "For DSTT".
2. You need to get 3 files from the "For DSTT" folder and overwrite them to the TTMENU folder in your microSD of the DSTT. You don't need to patch your ROM file. That's all.
Credit to Rudolph.
LOL, I swear you guys would be calling this shovelware if it didn't have lolis in it.