As the classes begins, their teacher, a cybernetic 8-bit bunny named Center, explains that in order to graduate from their academics, they must collect medals. For their first lesson, Center sends the girls into the world of Virtua Fighter , where they are confronted by Akira Yuki. As the matches continue and the opponents get increasingly strange, ranging from giant beetles to various palette swaps of Golden Axe enemies, it becomes apparent that Dreamcast's flying headbutt attack can instantly defeat them. Their final opponent is Sakura Shinguji from Sakura Wars , whose steam-powered armor defeats Mega Drive, but Dreamcast once again defeats it with a headbutt. After the lesson, only Saturn receives five medals, as Mega Drive was eliminated and Dreamcast was disqualified for attacking before the "Fight! While trying to get the hang of their dancing moves, the girls soon meet up with the game's heroine, Ulala.
The devil must be alive, because the way these girls conduct mouth to mouth therapy you would believe they were committing a sin. A bundle of romance, exploration, and lip greetings all wrapped up into a single yarn ball for these feline-esque anime characters to get all types of fancy with. With their lives filled with the ups and downs of the paranormal, it pays to take a dip back into the pool of the normal every now and then. These two dolls; Yomi Isayama and Kagura Tsuchimiya, are a perfect taste of what kind of magic lies between two girls and a Pocky stick. No supernatural flare, and no paranormal hubbub. Zero and see it all for yourself.
You're a psychologist in Atlanta these days I hear. That surprises me for someone who always played such a spacey character. Seen a lot of your stuff, wish I had some good quality still shots. Yeah, you're 2 years younger than me, bet you still look great. And I've dabbled in psychology too. You probably don't actually read this but I don't know of any good fan sites that aren't ripoffs.