Among Western reviewers, the second season was generally seen as an improvement story- and animation-wise. In an article for Polygon , Julia Lee listed the season as one of "six new anime series to watch this winter", praising the emphasis on the new bands and the switch to CGI "without losing much of the artistic style that made the first season pop.
Glitter Green's lone single "Don't be afraid! Elements Garden's other members such as Noriyasu Agematsu and Junpei Fujita also compose and arrange music for the series. Various songs from BanG Dream! The Cardfight!! Vanguard series has also made regular use of the franchise's music for theme songs.
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Archived from the original on July 1, December 1, When important events occur for the franchise or during holidays, in-game rewards will be released to celebrate. These are only released during a certain time and will never come back, so it's best to get them while they're available. Switching out items is fairly simple. To switch, simply press this button and scroll through the type of item you wish to replace. This where you can switch out the items that were there by default to the ones you had bought.
Titles are tags that you can place on yourself to show who you are in small little ways. Titles show up when you match up with others during Multi Lives. They also show up in the event's leaderboard. To access the Event page, swipe through the rotating banners in lower left side of the main screen to find the event banner or underneath the Multi Live button on the Live page.
Each event generally has the same mechanics, where you earn points by playing Live which lets you unlock the event rewards and places you in the even rankings. Badges can be earned by playing lives, you can exchange those badges for items such as Shards, EXP tickets, Coins and Michelle Monaka which is located at the left side of the event screen next to the event story or the exchange option in the Band screen.
It's important to note that you must meet certain requirements to gain any event points, and if you don't then no event points will rewarded to you. While the player can still earn points through normal Lives, the player also gains Challenge Points CP. You use them to play in Challenge Live, where you can play one the three designated challenge songs for score ranking on that event.
It uses the following amount of CP: CP for the normal amount points, CP for twice the amount of points, CP for four times the amount of normal points. In Challenge Live, the player will be able to pick between three songs to play, with at least one new song in the list. Maximum band power during Challenge Live includes the overall stats of the card plus area item bonuses plus band bonuses. A new parameter for maximum band power during Challenge Live was introduced during the Growing Up Sisters!
This event type was introduced in the " Always Halloween For Kokoro! In the Select Music Room, it follows like a normal Multi-Live, except the players are competing against one another for the amount of event points and the amount of Medals earned. With the Event Music Room, it follows the Select Music Room, except the song is always the new event song, and the player's score in this room will calculate their Score Ranking for the event. However, Medals from each event don't carry over to the next one.
This event type was introduced in the " Neo Fantasy Online -Journey- " event, with the addition of Goals. The player proceeds with the event as normal, however they can earn more points by completing Goals. Each category has fifteen different Goals, with ten in the normal and five for the Expert Goals.
The Goals vary for each event differ, but some Goals require specific requirements such as a song being a certain level or the amount of Perfects the player gets in a Live. This event type was introduced in the " Wholehearted Song for Me " event, with the addition of event-type missions in the mission list and "Event Support Band". Similar to normal live events, you earned event points from free live and multi live, and multi live provides more event points due to fever bonus.
Also, there are also bonuses from the event support band which are selected from your list of owned cards. Support band provides event points other in addition to the event points gained from your main band. The members of event support band are selected from the cards that are not put in the main band.
The 5 cards that have the top 5 highest card power which are not put in the main band will be selected and cards that have both attribute and character boost will be prioritized. This event type was introduced during the Iris of Secret and Youth event. During this event, players are divided into two 5-person teams.
Similarly to a VS Live, you will be using the Skills of the members of your band, parameter bonuses are available, and Medals can be used in Marina's Gift Box. The winning team will receive extra rewards at the end of the event. The score calculation either Accuracy, Energy or Combo and playable songs are switched depending on the time of the day. This type of event was introduced during the Let's Screeeeam!
It is an event where a total of 15 members are organized into three bands and used to play three songs successively. A parameter bonus is also likewise available. An interim page is accessible after finishing a song. Event points and Live rewards are based on the number of Live Boosts consumed and Live Boosts are consumed upon moving to the interim page.
However, if a Medley Live is stopped other than the Stop Live method in the interim page, event points, badges, and rewards will not be awarded. For additional information regarding the game application, refer to the table below. Data as of March 15, Wikia Explore.
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BanG Dream! Girls Band Party!, also known as Garupa or Bandori, is a mobile rhythm game developed by Craft Egg and published by Bushiroad for the Android and iOS platforms. Part of Bushiroad's BanG Dream! music franchise, it was released in Japan. The English version of the popular mobile rhythm game "BanG Dream! Girls Band Party!" is now available! Tap to the rhythm of over songs, including cover. Popular rhythm game in Japan! Tap to the rhythm of over songs to choose from. Play both original and cover songs from popular J-Pop artists and anime songs!