No, but like I mean… where is all 310+ million Americans? In Hawaii?
Yes. And its causing traffic to build up like crazy.
Nothing in particular. It's up to the individual what they watch and at what pace. There is no right or wrong way to do it.
Agreed. Even if someone has only watched and liked a few shows, I figure its preferable than if they dismissed anime completely.
Been playing Overwatch (PS4), Atelier Sophie (PS4), and Stranger of Sword City (Vita).
While I knew there wouldn't be a campaign/story mode in Overwatch, that hasn't stopped me from still being disappointed about its absence. Otherwise, having fun with it. Though would it be so much trouble for people to pick a tank or support character from time to time? Sure Mercy is my favorite character to play, and I like Reinhardt well enough, but I'd also kind of like to play dps from time to time :/
I doubt Stranger of Sword City will make a convert out of anyone who doesn't like drpgs, but for those who don't mind that genre, this game is pretty good. Has a lot of helpful mechanics/streamlining, and the story keeps things interesting.
Atelier Sophie is great, especially for players who like the franchise for the crafting and more slice-of-life feeling. The new alchemy system, while taking a bit of play to really figure out, is a lot of fun. The combat, though good, does have some issues, mainly with difficulty progression (not unusual for an Atelier game). Typically the battles are either extremely easy, or near impossible, not much inbetween. Fortunately, most time limits have been removed, and the penalty for failing a battle is quite forgiving. Really the game is mostly about having fun and making stuff. If you're looking for a high-stress rush, then this might not be the best game for you.
Also, the graphics look quite impressive, though I'd have liked to have seen more details on the town building/shops, they're pretty spartan (as I recall, Logy's blacksmith shop doesn't even get a sign out front). But yeah, another great Atelier game, lots of fun.
A shame you didn't like it, that was always one of my favorite Samurai Champloo episodes. But then, I tend to find baseball/sports episodes a ton of fun in general.
This is a pretty awesome accomplishment. The guy's dedicated and patient, I can respect that.
Agreed. Quite an impressive achievement.
Uncovered: Final Fantasy XV is on March 30th. The release date reveal is at this event. Who's ready? I am. It's been a decade since the game is made, counting the time it was called Final Fantasy Versus XIII.
Going by what I played of the demo, thought it looked really good, but I wasn't overly amazed with the game. Will probably keep an eye on it, but doubt I'll rush out to buy it. Might just wait until its price comes way down like I did with Lightning Returns.
What is your favorite Final Fantasy games?
Eight and twelve, and, while I've not yet played enough of it yet to be sure, likely fourteen will be added to my favorites list. Also, though I'm not certain if everyone would count it as a Final Fantasy game, Legend 2 as well.
Finished Log Horizon: The West Wind Brigade vol. 1. While it certainly does have some very serious moments, and while the base Log Horizon is no stranger to comedy, I think overall West Wind Brigade is much more light-hearted. Seeing known characters make appearances in West Wind Brigade was always fun, and allowed us to see some of what was happening with those not fully covered in Log Horizon. I also like that it kind of presents a somewhat more emotional and intimate portrayal of at least one of the People of the Land's reactions and thoughts on Adventurers post-Catastrophe.
Stella Glow 3ds so good JRPG
Recently started back on Stella Glow myself, and I'd agree. Gameplay-wise I like a lot of the map/scenario designs. They keep the game from becoming as potentially frustrating as something like Wild Arms XF (which was still a good game, despite all the scream-inducing, throw-PSP-into-a-wall-in-pure-rage situations it put you in), but also require slightly more strategy than simply rush in and attack. Also, Klaus is soooo super cool. If there were a Klaus ending I'd totally try for it (…is there one? I don't know).
Also, though I told myself I wouldn't, I buckled and bought The Division (PS4). Have only played the intro/tutorial sections so far, so don't really have much to say about it yet, but seems like it should turn out to be fun. I hope.
Think I've only played the first… maybe a bit of the second one as well.
There's a rumour saying that Crash Bandicoot would get rebooted for the PS4.
Though I wouldn't list Crash Bandicoot as one of my personal all-time favorites, it was pretty fun, wouldn't mind if that PS4 reboot rumor turned out to be true.