[VN Music Spotlight]: Muv-Luv Alternative – 0-Gravity

Through the generosity and kindness of frequent commenter (yes, that’s a word, I don’t care what spell-check says) Lambda, I now have a fourth Muv-Luv track to share!

0-Gravity is the OP for the PS3 port of Muv-Luv Alternative. I haven’t quite decided where it places compare to Asu e no Houkou but it’s definitely worth a listen, and the updated opening graphics are pretty cool too.

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4 Responses to [VN Music Spotlight]: Muv-Luv Alternative – 0-Gravity

  1. garejei says:

    Are you familiar with the opening to Alternative Chronicles, by any chance? That’s another really good song by Granrodeo, easily one of my favorites: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koRKPV23ITA

    • Silvachief says:

      I hadn’t seen it till now but I agree that it’s pretty good. Another reason to look forward to reading the other Muv-Luv VNs ^_^
      While i’m here, do you think it’s worthwhile to learn kanji radicals? I’ve just finished with N5 vocab, so now i’m trying to decide whether to move on to radical or N4 stuff.

      • garejei says:

        I wouldn’t worry about radicals at such an early stage, but don’t *completely* ignore them. If you study your kanji diligently you will (hopefully) notice certain connections.

        It’s basically what I also say about the two kanji readings, onyomi and kunyomi. You optimally don’t want to sit down and memorize every single reading for every single character unless you wish to eventually check yourself into a mental hospital. You’ll come to discover them naturally the more kanji you study. A good rule of thumb to remember with readings is that kanji compounds (so words/expressions consisting of 2 or more kanji) usually make use of the onyomi (食事 – *shoku*ji), while individual kanji standing on their own use kunyomi (食べる – taberu).

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