I just finished Remix 10, with 36 medals and 6 perfects. The last few sets of songs are gonna be killer to gain accomplishments on. Move aside, Love Lab, you've got company: Evening Moai Song.
No mention of Ouendan, Angela? I'm shocked.
Heh, I forgot about that, but yeah, the title surprised me too. I thought it would've been niftier if they'd use the guys instead of the girls, though. In either case.... playing on our expectations much, Nintendo?
... though there have been a few times when I finished other minigames perfectly, just not during a campaign. Seriously, I wish they'd ditch the campaign thing and just award you a perfect any time you get it.
I do still like the campaign system. There's a keen sense of importance and urgency when they come up, making the feeling of accomplishment that much sweeter once you nail them. Though I'll admit sometimes it's frustrating, since the ratio of games where you need to play perfectly anyway just to earn a medal is much higher - and yeah, you just wish it could've been a perfect campaign to begin with.
Oh, and it turns out that the game is getting an OST release of sorts: http://www.nintendo.co.jp/ds/ylzj/topics.html
Unfortunately, it's mobile only. >_<
A shame, but I'm pleased as hell with the available rip. I too have been listening to it nonstop, 'cept when I'm playing the game, of course. I'm halfway inclined to call it the best VGM soundtrack of the year, just for the sheer variety in style and unbelievable number of catchy, enjoyable songs. I like them all, but I'm particularly infatuated with Idol's "Heartbeat!" (both variations), Shooting, Bluebirds, Love Lab (love the music, hate the stage), Syncro, "Love's Rung Rung Paradise", Remix 1, Remix 3-5, Remix 6-7, Remix 10, Ribbit Ribbit Dance, Lifting Man/Boy, and the Game Select songs. I particularly love the continuity pattern from the first game, too, where they used the staff credits theme (in this case, "That's Paradise") for the new Game Select 2 piece.
I'm wondering how Nintendo is going to be handling the localization of the Japanese-voiced tracks? Will they be keeping the J-pop originals in, doing dubs, or replacing them with completely new tracks? My bet is a dub, since I'd reckon bringing in all-new songs would require some pretty drastic changes to the rhythmic timing of the stages.
Have you seen this video, by the way? I always get a kick seeing artists playing the games for which they've contributed to; remember 175R playing Melody on Ouendan?
Ain't little Eri~na adorable? ^_^