A fighting game made for Japanese audiences, currently this is also one of it's most popular ones. Based on the eroge/hentai game (depending on the version), Tsukihime , this fighter made by French Bread (and Type-Moon itself for ReAct and after) has a fighting system similar to a simiplified Guilty Gear but with a tighter gap for air combos and the shield being a parry/super counter.
While the main story is that Shiki Tohno, the lead role of Tsukihime and original sayer of "a cat is fine too" , must help the heroine Sion from turning into a vampire, this is unknown to most who haven't played it outside of the arcade since the story is replaced by a typical "powerful being gets bored" follow-up.
"This is Melty Blood, one of the examples that anime/doujin games do not have to suck."
A character in Type-Moon's Tsukihime.
A synonym for perfection or flawlessness in a female.
Adjective: I love Yuna in Final Fantasy X. She's Kohaku for both the story and in battle.
Adverb: Yuna from FFX Kohakuly pwns.
Above examples refrain from using Kohaku as a subject to avoid confusion.
|3.||A cat is fine too|
From a Tsukihime doujin in which a guy chases around a girl with intent to sex her, eventually cornering her. She can't escape so she turns into a cat, a common frustration to aroused men. She thinks she is saved, but the guy unzips his fly and says 'A CAT IS FINE TOO...'.
Failed attempts by furries such as 'A FELINE IS ACCEPTABLE ALSO...' result in 'YOU ARE DOING IT WRONG'.
"A cat is fine too."
WE CAN'T STOP HERE.
IT'S BAT COUNTRY.
|4.||Mystic eyes of death perception|
Extremely over-powered super natural ability that allows the user to kill anything in excistance by percieving the targets point/lines of death. These lines/points can be seen on the object/person the user is trying to kill. This ability is limited to what the user can percieve, as such the user cannot kill things or entities that can a: not be killed or b: cannot be percieved. If it has an end, it can be ended. There are so far only two users of this ability in the type-moon universe: Shiki Tohno and Shiki Ryouga.
Mystic eyes of death perception
A combination of both a hipster and an otaku. Someone who not only enjoys anime a bit too much, but prides themselves on only watching obscure anime with the original Japanese audio and subtitles. Hipstertakus criticize those who are into more "mainstream" dubbed anime such as Dragon Ball Z, Bleach, Naruto, and Death Note.
Regular anime fan: "I wonder why there was never a Saiyan named after the potato. Potatoes are vegetables."
Hipstertaku: "If you were a TRUE anime fan, you would know that there was in fact a Saiyan named Totepo in the original Japanese version. But what true anime fan watches DBZ anyway? It's too mainstream. Tsukihime and Bokurano ftw!"