Music first, gamer second, anime fanatic third.
Memory card prices need to go down, it’s headed toward an all digital direction given how physical Vita copies are presented in stores. It needs games. Sorry, but it still needs games. It has Tearaway and the mediocre Gravity Rush. The rest, while great, are ports and updates of games we’ve had forever or are games that are available on other platforms.
Without getting great original games like the 3DS offers in spades the Vita won’t be a great portable gaming system. It’ll be a great portable device that accompanies the PS4 and not much else.
I have mine and the most time I’ve spent on it has been Persona 4: Golden, Tearaway, and Final Fantasy X HD. The rest has been music. It isn’t a great gaming system, it’s a great portable device.
Symphonia aged like dog do-do to me. I really loved it to death when I first played it but compared to Vesperia and Graces it is just a cliche’. Also, my absolute biggest complaint is there is absolutely zero attempt made to clean up the audio. It doesn’t need a remastered soundtrack to me or anything, but it just sounds awful.
Still Master of Killing Time, but this is second.
Well I came here to promote this again as well, but you already did that for us. It is a very good show so far. I look forward to more.
Mostly Samurai Champloo. Rest in piece Nujabes. God do I miss his music. Fooly Cooly got me into The Pillows but other than that I can’t say anime has been a huge musical inspiration for me. Oh and Beck: Mongolian Chop Squad.
My main complaint is that they don’t take Pokemon seriously as dangerous creatures. That’s why the very first episodes are so exciting. They are legitimately frightening to face and not just unassuming fluff monsters for your entertainment. Spearow could’ve just straight up sent Ash/Satoshi to the hospital.
Watched the first episode of The Comic Artist and his Assistants. Bleh. That was just another typical unfunny ecchi show. I mean, most of them are but some at least can be a guilty pleasure like Heaven’s Lost Property but this show was just boring to watch and a cliche’.
Also, more people need to be talking Tonari no Seki-kun: The Master of Killing Time’s praises because that show is just 7 and a half minutes of comedy genius every week without failure. It’s funny to know the show I look forward to the most is less than half that in length to other shows.
So much armor. They’re practically invincible.
How’s the X and Y season been? The trailer made it seem pretty good, but that’s the trailer. Obviously it’s been on for a while now but I haven’t really bothered to watch it.
If they would’ve simply changed the “Have a copy of Pokemon.” to “Have a copy of X/Y.” this could’ve been avoided.
Watched the first episode of One Week Friends and I thought it was pretty darn charming. Makes me think back to His and Her Circumstances (Kare Kano) which is a good thing. If it ends up being respectful to actually being friends like I hope it does it’ll be really good.
It is one thing to have a RomCom go for 26 episodes and be strong throughout, but 52 episodes and not a bad episode out of the bunch is unheard of.
I’ve only been able to catch one episode, but man that was a great episode and I normally hate “outrageous” humor. It was the one where they switch the cable box to the multi-universe box.
School Rumble IS the best Romantic Comedy ever made. Own both seasons, great dub too. I think what I love the most about it, aside from the snappy writing, is that the whole class is a character. There are no “background husks”. To have so many characters and each of them get their own moment to be in the forefront is really something special.
PS Eri and Whiskers forevah yo’.
I couldn’t destroy the art.
I couldn’t eat that on principle.
I don’t like MMO’s, but I’ll play anything if the character creator is really good.
Yeah. Everyone was glad to see that. It is insane. I think the most annoying part about them is the fact they can’t be targeted unless at melee range, which makes them nearly impossible for Mages and Clerics unless you use the bow. I mean, everyone has to use a bow pretty much, but the fact that even ranged Mage and Cleric spells have no chance sucks.
Easiest boss in the game bar none. Any character can pummel him with ease. Pyromancy, Lingering Flame mine trap around you, attack small dogs to run at you into minefield of firey death. If you are a Mage this is even easier and if you’re a Cleric you can beat him before the boss music even starts up.
If you’re a melee character just stick to part one, and you can handily beat the main boss. Just stay close to him and stay under his legs. Watch out for the shoulder charge when he backs away and you’re golden.
Anyone read the translated patch notes coming up for Dark Souls 2? I like most of the changes made, especially to casters if you play PVP. Although I highly disapprove of the boss nerfs. The bosses are way to easy aside from The Lost Sinner in New Game solo. Probably why he’s been nerfed in health and damage.