Nyu Media's May Greenlight Slate of 4 doujin games by Aisha Anime

Nyu Media's   May Greenlight Slate   of 4 doujin games that hit Steam Greenlight 29th May

Nyu Media's May Greenlight Slate of 4 doujin games that hit Steam Greenlight 29th May

While the major Japanese publishers struggle to find their feet in today's gaming environment, the Japanese indie gaming scene continues to thrive and reach increasing numbers of overseas gamers.

The next major development in that trend happened yesterday, as Nyu Media are excited to present their May Greenlight Slate of 4 doujin games that hit Steam Greenlight yesterday, 29th May. Click on the image for the slate announcement poster or see below for details.

Yatagarasu Attack on Cataclysm (Developer: PDW:HOTAPEN)
• Following last year's highly successful IndieGogo campaign (and subsequent run-in with PayPal), this outstanding doujin 2D fighting game debuts on Steam Greenlight!
• Features 11 playable characters, solid gameplay, dynamic commentary by tournament commentators JchensorKokujinUltraDavid,Maximilian, GGPO-based online match play, and much more!
• Brought to you by 3 former SNK / King of Fighters developers and an ensemble cast of creative talent including art by KOTANI:Tomoyuki (Mushihimesama) & Yasuda Suzuhito (Shin Megami Tensei), voice acting by Kaji Yuki (Attack on Titan) Uchida Maaya (IDOLM@STER), and soundtrack by Raito (Melty BloodUnder Night In-birth)!
• Steam Greenlight:
• Homepage:

Sacred Tears TRUE (AlphaNuts)
• A doujin RPG that blends the best of the JRPG genre with innovative and fun game elements, high quality art and music, plus outstanding replay value in one honest-to-goodness gem of a game and a must-have for any JRPG fan!
• Sacred Tears TRUE features fresh and unique gameplay features such as a deceptively simple but deep card battle system, redistributable skill points, a multi-way system and more.
• Graphics by Takashi KONNO (Shichinin no Bukiya) and music by Hiroyuki Ojima (Accel WorldWhen They Cry anime) and Shimotsuki Haruka (Atelier IrisAce Attorney Orchestral Performance
• Steam Greenlight:
• Homepage:

Supercharged Robot VULKAISER (ASTRO PORT)
• J-pop kitsch FTW in this 70s giant robot anime-inspired side-scrolling shooter from the makers of SATAZIUS and GIGANTIC ARMY!
• Combine VULKAISER with the VulFighter craft and harness the awe-inspiring power of Rocket KAISER, Needle KAISER, Thunder KAISER, and Drill KAISER to save the Earth from invasion by the evil alien Gogoh Army!
• 6 stages and 4 difficulty levels of giant robot shooting action!
• Steam Greenlight:
• Homepage:

• Lock & load the full mecha jacket and thwart global assault by the Neo Loran Order in this 2D side-scrolling blast-a-thon of bullets, lasers, missiles & boss fights!
• 12 weapons x 7 stages x 4 difficulty levels of side scrolling mech-shooting action!
• New for Steam: achievements, online leaderboards, Steam trading cards!
• Steam Greenlight:
• Homepage:

Support Indie gamers, try out some doujin !

~ Aisha Anime ~

SNK's OP is so awesome you can slap anything on it by Alexander Neri

This season’s anime selection from Japan has proven itself to be full of cool surprises, with the adaptation of Shingeki no Kyojin being one of them. This anime of human survival and despair is edgy enough to keep you on the edge of your seats; and the good thing is that the episode opening song and video (OP) reflects very well on it:

Link: YouTube

The theatrical treatment of the OP music will literally make your heart pounding.

Aaaand so… what happens if we take its music and slap it on something harmless, like Pingu?

Link: YouTube

Then the Pingus themselves become Titans.

Or how about take some scenes from another anime, mash it up together and add this song into the mix?

Link: YouTube

As one commenter put it, “Magical Girls are usually just some awesome music and proper treatment away from being amazingly awesome.”

On the flip side of things, you can also mix this in one Bollywood dance routine.

Link: YouTube

And you’ll see this guy as one who’ll conquer the world with his army of choreographed dancers.