Is there a better moment in any rhythm game?
>dad just died 3 days ago
Fuck man. He raised me alone.
Still great part from the game.
Yes. The part in the final level where she starts the chant to bring them back. Because while all the other think it's impossible, she knows, she saw, that if you believe in them hard enough, the EBA can do anything.
I'm sorry, anon.
Enjoy some ass. Feel better.
Sorry, Anon. Imagine these lyrics are your Dad singing about you.
The 2 Ouendan games had their sad missions but this fucking missions destroyed me.
Would you shoot your daughterfu for revenge /v/?
I really wish we got an EBA/Ouendan sequel where it had the two groups partnering up ala Ouendan 2, and in the final mission everyone is shouting E B A OU EN DAN. Just imagine it.
>We're never getting an EBA2
I really thought it would happen with the WiiU, but RIP my hopes and dreams I guess.
Why the Wii U? If anything it would be on the 3DS. It's a real shame EBA didn't sell enough to get us a sequel though.
I don't think I ever loved a game as much as I love EBA.
I played it non stop for years, brought it along in every trip I did around the world, and I have so many memories tied to this game.
I'll bite, please elaborate
Likely poorly, rhythm games don't seem very popular and to top it off they replaced the Jap songs with English songs meaning it was offering little to nothing that the West didn't have.
Also get that fucking trip off, faggot.