I think maybe Onikage should kick their ***es. Or, since he's not real, we should tell his fangirls (yes, he has fangirls) about this and set 'em loose on them. They'll force them to correct this crime against humanity.
I don't think it's iTunes' fault, though. The soundtrack was probably incomplete to begin with before they put it on there. So, whoever released the soundtrack to begin with needs to feel the fangirls' wrath.
Also, I just discovered that iTunes has the soundtracks for four of the Tenchu games, including the first one. I was so excited!!! ...Then I checked it out... their version of the soundtrack is missing Battle with Onikage and a few other songs...
It looks like they have almost every single theme for the main levels as well as the intro and credits songs, but they're missing a couple of small tracks and theme of Onikage. Seriously? Not having theme of Onikage on there is like not having The Imperial March on a Star Wars soundtrack! F---in' idiots!
Alright, I'm done venting. I might still buy it, though. There's pretty much not a bad track in the whole game.
But really, the original Japanese voice is excellent too, and if I watched more episodes he might grow on me to the point of liking him as much as Travis, but Travis' Ginko left quite an impression on me, so I'm not sure. I totally understand that Mushi-shi didn't sell enough for Funimation to license the second season, but it still sucks to know that we won't get to hear Travis as Ginko again.
I watched about three or four episodes of season two and I was loving it, but I decided to stop because I didn't want to run out of episodes too soon. So, I decided to wait until more episodes had aired and Crunchyroll had more of them, but it keeps slipping my mind that I need to watch it. So the show isn't fresh on my mind, but I think I might prefer the dub overall, but just by a little. I think I like Travis just a little more than Ginko's Japanese voice because he gives off a slightly friendlier vibe during some scenes and he really made Ginko an endearing character for me. They both nail Ginko's deadpan moments, but I think the Japanese makes Ginko sound a little more mysterious while Travis makes him sound a little more friendly and caring, and both approaches work equally as well, but I think I prefer Travis' emphasizing Ginko's friendliness a little more.
I totally agree with you on the narrator. She really set the tone perfectly in every episode of the dub.
Yeah, I'm in the same camp, and it seems like a lot of other fans are, too. Killing off Frieza that way felt like a disservice to the character and the story, IMO.
One of the things that immediately came to mind when I remembered the part about Future Trunks killing him was how Frieza would react to seeing Kid Trunks after being brought back to life. I can imagine Frieza somehow recognizing Kid Trunks as being a child version of the same man who officially killed him, and a upon realizing this, cruelly kills Trunks while Vegeta watches, both to destroy the one responsible for his ultimate death and to torture Vegeta for his betrayal long ago... Man... that's a really dark idea, but I think it would be interesting if Frieza at least attempted to kill Trunks. Since Toriyama mentioned before that if another movie was made after Battle of Gods he kind of wanted to make Vegeta the star, I can imagine something like that happening.
According to this poster, Beerus and Whis are returning. The big plot reveal is that Frieza returns as well! He's brought back to life by two of his surviving minions, and not only that, but apparently he attains power equal to the Super Saiyan god/Beerus, but it hasn't been revealed how yet. On one hand, I think bringing back the most significant villain in DBZ history who's been so vital to it's story and lore is really cool, on the other hand, I would hate for them to bring him back just to get completely annihilated at the end and treated like a joke like he was with Future Trunks. He's a villain who deserves much better than that, so I hope Toriyama is at the top of his game with this.
Yeah, you're right. I guess I wasn't paying close enough attention to it at that part, but at the same time, the story itself is so random and poorly worded at times that it's a little hard to keep up with. I don't know if they intentionally did it that way to be funny (more than likely the case) or if they were honestly trying to write a creepy story, but it was all over the place and it sounds like it had poor spelling, based on how the narrator read some parts.
It's still pretty funny either way, but I agree, if it had been Ron/Roger who died but just took off for the exit anyway that would have made it even better.