What is justice? Is it about being kind? Or is it about winning? A certain man claims that "Justice is about robbing". Yamaneko is notoriously elusive, but wherever he shows up, enormous amounts of money gets stolen. Evidence of the audacious crime is left scattered all over the place. In every episode, Yamaneko the hero thiefthrows a splash of "rotten justice" in your face. Pretentiously calling himself a "genius thief", Yamaneko is arrogant and acts like he's the king of the world. Everything he does is bold and daring, but he remains elusive. There is indeed no match for Yamaneko. He goes by one creed alone—"I will steal but I won't deprive". Why does he steal? Just what is he all about?
Runtime: 60 minutes
The Mysterious Thief Yamaneko - Characters of Chrono Cross - Netflix
Chrono Cross (クロノ・クロス, Kurono Kurosu) is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square (now Square Enix) for the PlayStation video game console. It is the successor to Chrono Trigger, which was released in 1995 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. While its predecessor, like most role-playing games at the time, only offered a handful of playable characters, Chrono Cross was notable for making 45 different characters available for recruitment over the course of the game, each with distinct backstory and speech patterns. The game's writer, Masato Kato, started with the core characters from Radical Dreamers, a rare, Japan-only visual novel he felt ultimately went unfinished, and greatly expanded the cast and scenario, while leaving the creation of some minor characters to various other members of the development team. The developers also created an “auto accent program”, to apply accents and other quirks to character's dialogue, making the dialogue altered depending on who was present in the player's party. Reception for the game from critics was very positive, with some publications, such as GameSpot, even giving the game a perfect score. However, reception for the cast of characters was more mixed; some critics were impressed by the quantity, variety, and individuality offered by the characters, where others complained of an emphasis of “quantity over quality”.
The Mysterious Thief Yamaneko - Grobyc - Netflix
Grobyc (ギャダラン, Gyadaran, Gyadrun) is a cyborg, and nicknamed “Killing Machine”, from the Porre Military. Cold and calculating, he only answers to anyone who is stronger than himself. As such, Grobyc joins Serge's party automatically, after Serge defeats both himself, and another cyborg, Guillot, while rescuing Riddell from Viper Manor. Grobyc spelled backwards is “cyborg”. He refers to himself in the third person, and his dialogue substitutes all spaces between words with dashes, simulating a rigid and mechanical speech pattern. Kotaku named Grobyc one of the “Most Insane Cyborgs In Japanese Video Games” in 2013.
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