Talk:AC GF2

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An interesting thing in the animation files for the drummania songs is that

Several of the files contain hints for the visual artists. Here's my listing of those that have them, and the designers they could possibly represent:

  • Look at me - nak - Hitoshi NAKAMURA
  • Waza - nak - Hitoshi NAKAMURA
  • Sunny side street - tke - Y.TAKEUCHI
  • When i dream of you - mn - MITSU_O
  • Good times - yt - YU-KI TACHIBANA
  • Crunchy nuts - yt and mn - YU-KI TACHIBANA and MITSU_O
  • Heaven is a '57 metallic gray - mn - MITSU_O
  • Ultimate power - nak - Hitoshi NAKAMURA
    • Considering several files for Ska Ska No.1 (reference name aniki) are listed here as well, it's likely NAKAMURA did the animations for that as well

--TikalFan9000 (talk) 01:56, 10 April 2020 (UTC)

  • Yeah, all that seems very likely. I don't get the Ska Ska No.1 reference though, mind you explain that? --FinalOffset (talk) 22:48, 10 April 2020 (UTC)
    • Basically, it's something with how the files are internally listed. While i can't explain it clearly on text, i think this image can do the job.
      Notice how all files listed in Ska Ska No.1's animation file begin with "aniki". Several files listed in Ultimate power's animation file also begin with "aniki", hinting that the animations might have been done by the same person (in this case, NAKAMURA).
      On a different note, the style in Ska Ska No.1 is also a little similiar to Look at me (mostly when it comes to the roughness of the sprites), and that might be a factor to count
      --TikalFan9000 (talk) 23:58, 10 April 2020 (UTC)
    • Are there other songs with "aniki" on their files? While it might be Nakamura, there's also the possibility of another designer (N.KANEISO?), given that "aniki" means "big brother", and we have seen a designer with a similar alias too: "ane", for Mayu Konishi. --FinalOffset (talk) 00:33, 11 April 2020 (UTC)
      • Not that i saw; only Ska Ska No.1 and Ultimate power seem to have "aniki" files.
        And there's a higher possibility "aniki" is referring to the buff dude in Ska Ska No.1's video
        --TikalFan9000 (talk) 00:37, 11 April 2020 (UTC)
      • That's another possibility. Going to add the designers that we're sure about their involvement to each page. --FinalOffset (talk) 01:10, 12 April 2020 (UTC)