Two radio interviews in one week. This second one was a little more difficult because I had to actually try and be thoughtful and articulate after my brain was being baked in the sun all day long at work [hence the fact I think I sound a little punch drunk and giggly].
The topic was about [...]
This all comes from a Famitsu interview... Asano: There are lots of different levels to the concept, but one of them is the strong will that 'we must do better than the previous work.' We payed attention to the fact that you liked t... Read Post
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