Halfaway through the last month of the year, we're finally here to delve into Phase 2 of the most recent iteration for the returning cross-rhythm games tournament series.
You'll get the reason behind such a feature delay in a whim, but before that sit back and watch how the other songs from the Year 2 Tenkaichi Otogesai edition are faring outside of their native home!
It's no new scoop to SOUND VOLTEX player to feature multiple tracks made by the independent composer xi (known in Taiko fields for Chouzetsu-Gikoukei Shoujo as part of the Nekokaburi Cyclone joint), and so it comes to no surprise that his Solar Storm from Groove Coaster might have been one of the hot picks for the series to grab, with an almost-guarantee max-difficulty chart at the highest difficulty settings available.
That's pretty much the case of this EXHAUST mode as well, wouldn't you agree?
Groove Coaster's newly-acquired transplant doesn't shy away from a max-difficulty Hard mode either, as AcuticNotes's Axeria holds quite the arsenal of pattern gimmicks to keep the player stressed with both double/single input sections and quick-tap note streams.
Coming up last is Sega's maimai series, which got Yoake Made Ato 3-byou from Synchronica. Unlike Masakari Blade and the other Year 3 song transplants who were added on the same day, however, this song port's launch has been delayed in order to be featured into maimai MURASAKi