I like to go fast.
PS: It's strange to me that you guys capitalize my name, considering I don't.
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He could be getting ready for a running man stance. Though thinking about that, his whole body position is really awkward. It actually looks like he tripped and is trying desperately not to eat it
I played in a party with some friends. Actual matches were smooth as butter, but there would be times when we quite simply could not find a game, even in the variety pack (which pings all modes). We’d have jump in and out of matchmaking and see if it managed to find some other players.
It doesn’t bother me too much that the matchmaking doesn’t really differentiate between player levels. I don’t feel like a higher level player is at that significant of an advantage against a lower level player, especially since a good number of them probably played in the beta, so regardless of their level it might not be their first time playing.
I dunno…the original wasn’t animated particularly well to begin with, they’d have a lot of work to do for a good remaster.
So I was watching Indigo League on Netflix with friends, and we noticed something interesting. Ho-Oh shows up extremely early in the show, like within the first 3 episodes. This is when we’re still encountering basic stuff like Rattatas and Pidgeys. But Gold and Silver, where Ho-Oh is formally introduced, came out almost 2 and a half years later.
You think they had already designed Ho-Oh when the anime debuted?
Please, Revo. I would never say something so crass.
Oye Nipah, can you pencil me in for the next available post slot?
Ehhhh, this is for PD, right? I don’t really post in PD so there’s prolly no reason to feature me…>.>
Still alive, buddy?
Are you troubled?
Reminds me of a pretty good Rapunzel cosplay I saw once.
like Fox I guess.
They’ll do an excellent job, I’m sure. Yen Press’s localization of Spice and Wolf is superb.
Soul Eater’s last few episodes werent canon
That’s news to me. You mean canon as in they weren’t in the manga? Those last few episodes were great, though.
Saw From Up on Poppy Hill last night. I would say it’s slightly upper mid-tier as far as Ghibli movies go. The ending was a bit anticlimactic, but I’m realizing that might be kind of a trend for these guys. They say what they want to say and then the movie’s over. I rarely walk away from a Ghibli movie feeling anything more or less than pleasant.
I assume you chose next week because of spring break?
Totally forgot about Fujiko. Thanks for reminding me it needs to be on my list.
Woochi also sounds like a fun afternoon watch too.
Which is better between Hot Pursuit and Most Wanted, in you guys’ opinions?
Fun fact: I still haven’t taken the Batman statue out of the box.
I bought the CE as well and neither have I.
My wallet is ready.
Finally finished Gatchaman Crowds and Railgun. I would say overall I enjoyed the first season of Railgun better. The Sisters arc isn’t very good, and the Febri arc, though significantly better than the Sisters arc, isn’t so great as to singlehandedly elevate the season to greatness.
This, however, was pretty cool.
I said on the podcast that Crowds is a cool show made great by Hajime. I think having finished it that was an unfair thing to say. Hajime is one of the best characters I’ve had the pleasure of seeing in recent memory, but she is on the whole just one of many things I think the show has to offer. Crowds combines a fascinating social commentary on modern life with a certain love of all things fun.
I’m sure the Wind Rises is a great movie, but it’s not like Frozen didn’t deserve the award. You don’t have to be biased against foreign movies to see that.
Toradora’s a great series.
From what I heard, they’re currently sharing the license with Hulu, which is why the two offer different portions of Pokemon content.
I suspect that has more to do with licensing than any issue of ‘capacity’.