New Post Tuesday continues. Can’t stop this power drill.
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Release format: MKV (323 MB, 10-bit)
Japanesiness: Honorifics. “Nii-sama”, “Oujo-sama” used to steal downloads from Chihiro.
English style: American English.
Encoding details: http://pastebin.com/reyw75jA
Speed: Slow (>48 hours)
Group website: http://colormesubbed.com/
IRC channel: #[email protected]
Opening. Everything fits perfectly. And by everything, I mean the colors.
Ending. I want to like it, but I don’t get what they were going for here with their karaoke decisions. The colors match in the OP, but here it’s just as random as Vivid’s was. Maybe I’m missing something that both of these groups got, but I sure doubt it.
That station typesetting… Wow.
All in all, about the same as Vivid’s.
If consistency is king, then CMS is the French Revolution. Except with more corpse rape.
What, is an comma and how, do I use it?
Oh yeah, baby. One more. One more!
No! No, you stupid shitbards! You ruined it!
Lists are one of the few true, natural pleasures left in this world, and you tricked me into thinking I was going to get one with your sentence structure. Not cool.
Switch the second line to “And she behaves more like a player than a character.” to signify the thought naturally ends there.
Ugh. Such a painfully generic and poorly phrased line. Vivid, gimme the good stuff.
“Katsuragi, in the past… did something happen between us?”
Aww yeah, that hits the spot. Well, as well as Japan’s intelligence-bereft scripts ever could.
This release has… weird issues with… pausing.
Provoke? What, you’re gonna poke it with a stick until it awakens?
Uhh, no. Goddess-chan is acting surprised that Yui is actually a girl. The way these lines are written implies she’s surprised that Yui is telling everyone that she’s a girl.
Bad mistake to make.
Taken from Vivid’s review. Similar issues.
“When did Earth’s male and female clothing styles reverse?”//”I’ll need to look into this.”
“So you are scared.”
No. Vivid, help CMS out.
“We can appeal to both souls by creating a scenario that mimics one of Hell’s plots.”
That’s right, Vivid. Because as CMS fails to realize, you can’t fucking mimic “Hell” itself with a scenario.
You could take “currently” out of this line and it would change a damn thing other than improving its flow. That’s because “not currently” when combined with “used to be” is redundant.
Visual grade: B-
Script grade: C
Overall grade: C
By a full tier, Vivid put together a better release for TWGOK than CMS did. Pretty convenient it comes out so fast too. Hit up Vivid when your need your totally-not-a-harem-but-it-is-actually-a-harem hit.