In Uta Kumi 575 PSVITA VPK , two high school friends have dreams of making it big in the pop scene. You’ll help them do this by tapping the screen and rear touch pad in time with their music. Anime fans may recognize the name for its relation to mini-series Go! Go! 575, but one need not be familiar with the show to have fun with the game.
Uta Kumi 575 PSVITA VPK
Azuki and Macha sing and dance, all the while key notes are coming from the left and right sides. Since this is a rhythm game, timely touches and a good musical ear are key. The videos don’t tend to be the hyper-flashy kind with shooting stars, neon swimming pools, and rockets to the moon here. The most pizazz you’ll usually see is a sweeping colorful backgrounds, which is just fine; these are just two regular school girls with big dreams. The choreography during each song is well done, albeit simple. It’s mostly the two of them doing their fairly basic dances — the kind you’d actually expect to see at a high school talent show (by people with talent). It has a certain special charm about it — a strength rather than a weakness. The girls are just putting up their own video camera and recording themselves reaching for their dreams, kind of like we all used to do before reality crushed us, right? Uta Kumi 575 PSVITA VPK . Read more . Play through songs, rack up points, and unlock more songs and story scenes, plus new content such as — of course — new outfits for your on-screen leading ladies. What I like is that even though these girls are cute as heck, they’re not oversexualized with skimpy costumes or suggestive dances. The story is humorous and cute, with Macha and Azuki expressing themselves through song and dance and clinging to the old Japanese haiku format, meaning their songs rely heavily on lines of five, then seven, then five syllables, hence the 5-7-5 in the title. In addition to hitting notes on time, you’ll need to quickly assign lyrics into the correct spots within the song.
Problems arise when trying to keep your eyes on both ends of the Vita screen simultaneously. Judging whether or not two notes are simultaneous or a microsecond apart can be unnecessarily tricky because of the playing field’s super-wide layout. Trying to watch when each notes come to the touch point is a rhythmic challenge, but splitting one’s eyes apart with a knife to watch the opposite ends of the screen in enough detail is tricky and painful, which is why I’ve only done it a few times.
Release Date : January 23, 2014 Publisher : Sega Developer : Sega Region : JAP File Type : PSVITA VPK RAR File Size : 1.10GB