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上様

いよいよ 佳境に

2号店 ひゃんで!の方も 佳境に入ってきましたが。

気持ちだけ あせって(@_@;) えっころ!の事もあるので

なかなか 進まず・・・・ どうしましょう!(-_-)/~~~ピシー!ピシー!

一応 15日レセプション 17日 グランドOPEN予定なのですが

現場に入れるのが 10日・・・

久しぶりの店舗立ち上げなので 若干の不安が・・・

しかし 何とかするのが 上様ですが(^。^)y-.。o○

あともう 2人ほど 人が足んないだよね・・・

どこの お店もそうみたい

既存してるお店より これから作り上げていく方が

いいのにね〜

自分の意見が すぐに反映できる なんてすばらしいんだ!!!!

あははははは^^

また これから ブログの方もおろそかになりそうですが、

お店が 見せれるようになれば UPしていきますので

よろちくわ!

 

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AX 2014 rePlay- Symphony of Heroes concert review - Nerd Reactor 2013 spring

Fans who attended rePlay: Symphony of Heroes at Anime Expo 2014 were greeted by a plethora of music from the various popular games from the past two decades. The concert was set up as an adventure comprising of 15 chapters and an epilogue, leading its audience through a hero s journey from start to finish. Each chapter featured one game, either playing one song, or a medley of clips of different songs from throughout the game, with an omniscient narrator giving us the premise of the upcoming music selection and forwarding the storyline. A video also accompanied the music for the most part, featuring clips from cutscenes, gameplay, promotional footage, concept images, and more!

To kick off the concert and set the mood, the orchestra played a medley of songs from the recent popular Sword Art Online (including Overfly and Crossing Field), of which two special guests of honor, renowned聽Japanese cellist, Eru Matsumoto and Russian pianist, Sonya Belousova were also featured. Conductor Amy Anderson came out shortly thereafter to open the main event, asking how many of the audience were gamers and giving well wishes that we would enjoy their performance. Unlike at actual symphony performances, she encouraged the audience to cheer as they d like for the games and songs they enjoyed.

The performance started appropriately with PS3 game Journey, followed by the popular game Mass Effect among the cheers that rose from the crowd with a more familiar title. This was followed by Guild Wars 2, BioShock, and Lair. What really got the crowd going wild was when the orchestra started God of War, a title they weren t quite expecting but loved nonetheless. Of course, after that came Dragon Age and Portal, letting <a href=http://www.italiateam.it/gallery/ralphlauren.asp?italia=1436&polo-ralph-lauren-milano-montenapoleone/>polo ralph lauren milano montenapoleone</a>
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Returning, we were all welcomed by selections from Metal Gear Solid 4 and Chrono Series, before the a choice from the long awaited Final Fantasy series played (Liberi Fatali from FFVIII). This was followed by World of Warcraft, depicting a variety of cutscenes from the game, earning the approval of the crowd. Then, an unexpected surprise came in the form of an olden-day pixelated gameplay clip from Castlevania, which eventually led into assorted gameplay from the other Castlevania games and cutscenes from Lords of Shadow. After this was Shadow of the Colossus.
The greatest and loudest cheers of all came when Kingdom Hearts finally played. The selection happened to be the classic instrumental mix often played in most promotional videos, but the crowd loved it nonetheless. Of course, with such a famous game, what else could the orchestra follow it up with but Halo?

Here, conductor Anderson paused to thank the crowd and close up the performance with bows, resulting in some people leaving as they thought the concert was over, only to pause in surprise as the performers sat back down and an epilogue appeared on the projector, featuring Elder Scrolls!
On the flip side, there were some disgruntled responses from the audience during intermission and after the concert ended. It seemed that many attendees were more thinking along the lines of Final Fantasy? Kingdom Hearts? Hell yes, I m in! after seeing the advertisement for this particular rePlay concert.
The concert was聽perhaps聽misleadingly advertised, as the names listed as examples of composers whose work were to be performed were those quite well-known for their music. While the entirety of the performance was great and an innovative way of introducing a broad range of gaming music, it should probably have specified that the concert was a comprehensive performance, or at least stated that there would be more than 15 titles that would be chosen. During intermission, amongst the flood of people permanently exiting the concert hall (re-admission was not allowed once you leave the venue), I overheard quite a few attendees disappointedly exclaiming that it wasn t what they had expected, and even more people asking where was the Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts music they were promised.聽Even <a href=http://www.rampinteractive.com/testimonials/footer.html>mulberry handbags toronto</a> the two premiere fans I was seated next to left and never came back. The hall was decidedly much more discernibly empty than it had started with, once intermission ended. Admittedly, perhaps they all needed to catch return flights home, since the performance did start late and ended an hour past <a href=http://www.northernalbertacurling.com/TreeView.html>oakley glasses warranty</a> what it was scheduled for.
Similarly, I was indeed disappointed that there was not more Final Fantasy music, as I had been expecting at least Sephiroth s infamous One Winged Angel. By mentioning Nobuo Uematsu,聽Yoko Shimomura,聽and聽Garry Schyman聽specifically, along with the game titles they are known for, AX had set up an expectation to attendees that these would be some of the main works that would be featured at the concert, which was definitely not the聽case. In addition, after speaking to some attendees as we all exited the hall, they mentioned that some of the selections for the concert were perplexing; they could only recall maybe 2-3 of the songs maximum, stating the other songs weren t memorable at all.

While I personally did enjoy the performance, and it was great listening to a wide variety of music from all these different games, particularly because of how innovative an idea this concert was, I do feel a little sympathy for those whose expectations were not met and were disappointed because they had only attended because they had been looking forward to works from these particular composers being strongly featured.
Strangely, many in attendance continued to exit during the epilogue (Elder Scrolls) and the hall quickly emptied once the last note sounded. There was unfortunately no attempt to call for an encore, unlike at many Japanese concerts, so we were unable to find out if they had indeed prepared an encore performance for us.
However, I do believe the concert was a good end to this year s Anime Expo, and very much a unique and interesting experience, especially for game fans. The orchestra, choir, and two guests of honor Eru Matsumoto and Sonya Belousova, along with conductor Anderson were definitely very talented and gave a great performance, with just the right amount of passion and enthusiasm in their efforts. There were good and slightly less good surprises, but overall, it was a relative success as it did appear that the crowd enjoyed it, judging from the applause.

Here s a list of the chapters from the concert:
Introduction: Sword Art Online (SAO)1. Journey2. Mass Effect3. Guild Wars 24. Bioshock5. Lair6. God of War7. Dragon Age8. Portal9. Metal Gear Solid 410. Chrono Series (Chrono Cross)11. Final Fantasy VIII12. World of Warcraft13. Castlevania14. Shadow of the Colossus15. Kingdom Hearts16. HaloEpilogue: Elder Scrolls
Keira TruongA Los Angeles based writer, she has been a long time fan of anime and manga, film, and music.
I also had mixed feelings about the concert. First off, I felt it was a worthwhile experience and I certainly don t regret going, But I experienced a similar reaction as the author when I talked with the concert goers around me. They were moderately disappointed and really did want more music from Final Fantasy. I m pretty sure that they enjoyed the piano renditions of various FF pieces during the long break more than they enjoyed the majority of the rest of the concert. I did tell them about Distant Worlds and hopefully some of them will be able to catch a performance of that series in the future.
Anyways, in regards to the concert itself, the story element and overall video production was pretty impressive; however that level of production is probably why there was a disconnect with so many members of the audience. The structure and carefully selected pieces along with the edited videos to go along with them probably removes any flexibility that they have with making changes to the set list. So while this was advertised as a special AX edition, there wasn t really anything in the concert itself that would indicate that. For a concert that takes place at a convention focused on Japanese Animation, A set list that included a majority of music from Japanese titles would probably resonate more with the audience. The crowd at say E3 would ve probably appreciated the breadth of titles chosen for the concert.
I suppose one might argue that the SAO segment differentiates the AX performance from other performances of rePLAY, but it had really nothing at all to do with the rest of the concert and even had a separate conductor.
Back to the concert, I am quite excited about what the format and presentation of this concert means for the future. It definitely has the traditional feelings of a traditional symphony, but also includes a story which helps a lot to draw in the audience. I was certainly more invested in all of the songs even if I was unfamiliar with the games that they came from. This is a great change from when I <a href=http://www.northernalbertacurling.com/Playdowns.html>oakley glasses online</a> last attended a Play! performance and just sorta tuned out when an unfamiliar song was played.
As an aside, it really didn t help that in one particular Play! performance, there was like a 20 minute segment dedicated solely to Lair which hadn t even been released at the time of the concert s performance.
Anyways, I can <a href=http://www.northernalbertacurling.com/page.html>oakley mens glasses</a> imagine this format being applied to new concert productions in the future. While Distant Worlds has been spectacular, if there was a new story that could bring the songs together, it would be even more magical. Especially since FF footage is still restricted to FF concerts as far as I know. I m not quite sure if many people noticed the lack of the FF cinematic at replay though. Video Games Live is so much better with its special guest autograph session and actual FF footage.





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聽Darren Archibald wins a battle for position against the Washington Capitals Mike Green in a 3-2 Canucks victory last Oct. 28 at Rogers Arena.Photograph by: Mark van Manen , PNGDarren Archibald was the unlikeliest Canuck to play 16 games last season.
He was just a year removed from getting cut by the Chicago Wolves out of training camp, and starting a season in the ECHL.
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That was something special for the self-described late bloomer who was not only undrafted, but didn鈥檛 start playing in the CHL until he was 18 years old.
So was hearing GM Jim Benning at the draft. There, the GM said he was looking to add more 鈥渕eat-and-potatoes鈥?to the Canucks lineup.
That was some sweet music for the 24-year-old to hear this summer.
鈥hat鈥 the definition of my game,鈥?said Archibald, after re-signing with the Canucks last week as a restricted free agent.
鈥鈥 not out there trying to do anything fancy or make highlight-reel plays. My job is to be strong on the forecheck and bring pucks to the net.鈥?
Things promise to be more difficult for Archibald this year, no matter how much his offesason and those 16 games in the NHL last season further his progression as a player.
The Comets will be better, infused with sexier prospects, including Dane Fox, Brendan Gaunce and Hunter Shinkaruk.
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That鈥 never been a problem for Archibald, who sacrificed his shot at an NCAA scholarship seven years ago to try out for the Barrie Colts.
He didn鈥檛 make the team, by the way. What he did do was put his head down, play a year in Junior A and try again.
If he failed to make it that next fall, at age 18, he would have basically flushed his chance at a scholarship for nothing.
鈥 wasn鈥檛 really nervous about that decision until the following year when I was trying out for Barrie again,鈥?Archibald said, 鈥ut it all came together for me.鈥?
He went on to put up 49 points with the Colts.
鈥t鈥 been the story of my whole life. Get knocked down. Get up. And overcome it.
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鈥t made me more determined.
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鈥t鈥 nice to see it finally unfolding how I always imagined it would.鈥?
It鈥 built a foundation in Archibald鈥 game that promises to be beneficial to the Canucks, even if he spends the entire season in Utica.
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鈥鈥 one of those players who has to work twice as hard as anyone else.
鈥 hope my determination and hard work reflects on other players, too. I think a lot of that stuff goes a long way in a dressing room.
鈥 know I鈥 that way. If I see someone work hard and be successful, it rubs off on me, too.鈥?
jbotchford@theprovince.com
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