The World Is All One According To The [email protected]

By Spencer . August 2, 2010 . 12:12am

Namco Bandai’s latest video of The [email protected] 2 has five idols on stage performing “The World is All One”. The bit that caught my attention was the Pac-Man 30th anniversary logo at the beginning. I wonder why that got in.



I’m sure I missed a lot about what’s new in the series so, I’m going to detract to our [email protected] experts Melinda and Jenni. What else makes this video special?

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  • Well, there’s two notes that indicate the direction that [email protected] 2 is going, as according to the second video:

    1. Ami and Mami (the twins) are now distinct personalities, and with their own careers – Previously, the two shared the same performance name.

    2. The fact the cap is now 5 performers at once, as opposed to the original 3, and the fact they’re defined roles.

    The two are interesting from a game play perspective, but for most part, from a MAD one, the first has been on the wishlist for AGES, and the second’s a welcome way to put more of the cast.

    Combine it with the new looks, the addition of the SP cast, and of course, the improved engine, well… It’s a solid fresh look for a sequel.

    • Thank you :) I remember you pointed out the five idol performance before too!

    • SupaPhly

      but if you play it backwards, it says “you’ll never get this game translated, haha suck it losers”

      (well, time to learn nipponese)

    • goronyan

      Yayoi’s voice is kinda different in this video

      And the Futami twins are in stage at the same time!! Awesome

      Besides, i want to know more about Iori and Miki

  • bugmeknot

    So at least four more sets of chatter and vocals, it would be interesting to know how much free space is on the disc for the currently available games.

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