ITachi Supreme is a game developed by Sega and published by the Japanese company. It's a side-scrolling beat 'em up style game that features many different characters. It has a story written on the box, giving players a brief synopsis of the plot. The goal of the game is for you to beat all enemies and bosses on your way to reaching the final level. If you beat all the levels, you move to the next one. There are many different areas in ITachi Supreme that will challenge you, but you can always return to any previous area you were in to continue your game from where you left off.
The artwork that is featured in this game is not something I would recommend looking at for decorating your home. The style and art used in this game are very bright and colorful. It looks as if it was designed by a child and the expressions on some of the faces are cute enough to make me laugh. Even if you do enjoy the humorous graphics, the story behind the game itself is not something I would get excited about playing again just to hear the story behind it.
I have to say though, I'm a big fan of the music in this game too. I don't necessarily look for background music for games that I'm not playing, but when it comes to ITachi Supreme it does the job just fine. The background music contains lots of synthesized sounds to make it more fun to listen to. It is fast paced and performed by a band. This fits well with the theme of the game as well.
One thing about ITachi Supreme that I don't really like is the use of too much color on the screen. I guess it's because it's a game where you're supposed to color in order to complete the picture. There are a lot of colors used, but the ones in the background seem to be a bit more dull. To add to the dullness of the colors, they tend to overlap one another. It doesn't help that the art style of the game also has a lot of thin lines to accentuate it.
If you're into the cartoon series, I suppose this may be one of your favorites. I can't say I was able to relate to the cartoon itself, but it was an okay wallpaper to look at. I mean, it had its own kind of humor so I guess it didn't matter to me. If you're more into the Japanese art style though, this might not be a good choice for you. It's not something I'd recommend for a beginner, because it looks way too busy and it will leave you looking like an idiot on the screen.
The designs are very unique and of course, they're going to be very detailed. This is especially true with the fan-made fan art that some people end up making. Don't let yourself be fooled by what you think is cute. There is always going to be a reason why someone would want to do that particular fan-made art.
I suppose one way that this particular Itachi wallpaper differs from most is the color scheme. It doesn't seem to be a lot of flash. The colors are more like a mixture of gray, blue, and white. It's kind of a cool look, and it's probably more universal than most wallpapers. It has a more laid-back look that some people prefer, even if it does lack a lot of flash.
Hopefully, you'll agree with me when I say that it's one of those wallpapers that aren't necessarily the best choice if you're looking for something that's a little different. If you're looking for something to brighten up your room or to give it a unique flair, then this might not be the best choice. However, if you enjoy the detailed art style, it might be perfect for you if you really enjoy Japanese art as well. For something that's simple, clean, and colorful, You're going to love Itachi Supreme Wallpaper!