Twelve Days of FFRmas 2012 – Day 7
Just think, it was one week ago today when we as a community first embarked on our grand ol’ Twelve Days of FFRmas journey. It seems like such a long time ago now. Along the way we’ve laughed, we’ve cried, we’ve blackflagged, booflagged, missflagged and yes, even avflagged, all in the name of providing the Holy Father Synthlight with a couple of hearty chuckles. Oh, speaking of which, that reminds me: I keep forgetting to mention that the whole reason as to why Synthlight never makes an appearance anymore is because he’s too busy sitting in this massive underground amphitheater/colosseum place that shows nothing but live footage of every single FFR game that gets played. And before you ask, the answer is no, I don’t know why he does it either. Somebody told me once but I honestly forget. I think it had something to do with summoning an ancient demon maybe? Oh well, it’s probably not important.
Remember how Twinkle of the Stars was the first YMCK file on FFR to not feature trills and 32nds galore? Well, feel free to scrap that notion for Milky Blue. If you’re familiar with cetaka’s Stepmania chart for the song then you should know fully well exactly what sort of finger straining, curse engendering and monitor smashing fun you’re in for. All of the brave souls who strive to have every single song on FFR either passed, full combo’d or AAA’d shouldn’t fret though for the jumpstream-saavy icontrolyourworld has made the FFR version of Milky Blue an enjoyable experience for all, even if it brings them to the brink of despair. You’ll want to have your pocket books ready as well, for claiming the rights to this chart will cost you exactly 4500 credits. If you think that a cheery 8-bit pop song juxtaposed with fast 32nd streams, polyrhythms, jumpstreams and a formidable length is something that you wish to experience for yourself, then by all means please do so! After all, that’s what the song is there for, right?
- plopadop and FFR Staff
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