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Undead Wolf

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  1. Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai (13 Episodes) I had heard that Bunny Girl Senpai wasn't a run-of-the-mill slice of life anime with a heavy dose of fanservice as it appeared to be from the outside, and after watching it myself, I felt the same way. It's an anime about the supernatural, focusing on a different phenomenon every 2 or 3 episodes. I thought this stuff was really interesting, and the great cast of characters had me emotionally invested all throughout. I really do like main characters like Sakuta with their deadpan humour/personality, but you know deep down they care. As much as I loved Mai, best girl has got to be the imouto, Kaede (the one who likes pandas and says "desu" a lot ). She's just too God damn adorable. So yeah, I loved this anime. Too bad there are only 13 episodes, but I guess it's getting a movie this year. I'll definitely have to watch that.
  2. Yeah, there's just the small matter of losing all of your purchases, trophies, and everything else that comes along with starting fresh on a new account. That's just not a practical solution for anybody who's invested a lot of time and money into their accounts, so I don't understand why people keep bringing it up.
  3. #260 - Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner HD Edition Desperately Seeking Dingo Collect all trophies I really liked the first game but The 2nd Runner is definitely on a whole new level. It feels a lot more polished. Gone are the PS1 CG-looking cutscenes, replaced with these beautiful animated sequences instead. The new protagonist, Dingo, was kind of a dick, but I loved him. He made me laugh with his little interjections during dialogue quite a lot. Speaking of, the dialogue in this game felt a lot less awkward than in the first game. This game also takes a more linear approach which I actually preferred. It feels like you're on a proper journey in this one. I was super invested in the story and couldn't wait to see what happened next! There were some really standout moments. Overall, I thought the game was top-notch. I can definitely see why people look at this series so fondly and it's a shame we'll never get a ZOE3. Not a proper one anyway... I came across this awesome remix the other day and I figured I'd share it here to end off. #261 - Senran Kagura Bon Appetit! Thank You for Cooking!! Obtained all trophies. I don't know what they were thinking with this one. Bon Appetit! is a rhythm game but its track list is just... boring. Like seriously, there were a couple of them I sort of liked at best, but the rest were totally forgettable and they weren't fun to play. Not only that, but the "music videos" (if you even want to call them that) are just the characters cooking meals. It's pretty much the same thing every time and it's not interesting to look at. About the only thing this game has going for it is the fan service, which is great and all, but I'd like a decent game to go along with that. This ain't it. Worse yet, they made the platinum kind of grindy as they make you finish 200 songs among other things. I did most of this grind playing on mute while I listened to other things, and that's a bad sign when a rhythm game's main appeal is supposed to be the audio. Playing this just made me yearn for better rhythm games that actually had some effort put into them.
  4. The cat in Punch Line cracks me up. What a chad.
  5. I just wish people would stop bringing this topic up. It's a dumb idea and thankfully it's very unlikely to happen. If incomplete lists bother you so much then just hide them.
  6. In my quest to acquire rhythm games on the Vita, this one came up a lot when I was looking up what was available, so I got it.
  7. It has been a very long time since I last got a new PS3 game. I've been trying to focus on reducing my backlog on the platform. I made an exception for this one because it's Yakuza, and I would love to be able to platinum every unique game in the series. This is the remaster of Yakuza 1 & 2 that released exclusively in Japan.
  8. Somebody who hasn't finished Dark Souls.
  9. Yeah, I remember a while back I saw a channel in my subscriptions that I had never even heard of. I don't know how I would have accidentally subscribed myself, so I assumed that it was some sort of bug. I hear about people getting unsubbed from channels all the time, so YouTube subbing you to random channels doesn't seem that far-fetched.
  10. My copy of Nurse Love Syndrome from LRG arrived today. I'm very happy that I managed to get a physical copy of both games.
  11. Oof, that trophy list is a huge disappointment. Not just because of the lack of a platinum, but also because it only has 14 trophies in total. It includes what? 8 games? There's so much they could have done with a full trophy list... This just shows that Konami really don't give a fuck. I suspect the only reason why Castlevania Requiem got a good list is because of Sony's involvement with it. With that being said, I will definitely buy this at some point because I've never played most of the classic Castlevania games before and I've always wanted to. I'm sure I'll love them. It's just a shame that the trophy hunting side of things won't be satisfying at all.
  12. No, I'm saying there's only so much you can judge a game that's in a language you don't understand and it varies from game to game. For example, even if you don't understand the language in a rhythm game, you're still getting close to the whole experience since they usually don't have much of a story if any at all and the gameplay is largely unaffected. It's very different when it comes to text heavy RPG's though because of the points I explained in my previous post. How you reached that conclusion from what I typed is a mystery that only you can solve.
  13. It's not really fair to make that kind of judgement when you don't even understand the language, especially in something as text heavy as an RPG. The story could be amazing but it wouldn't mean anything to someone importing the game in a language they don't understand. Also, it would be easy to miss key elements of the combat that make the overall experience less enjoyable as a result. I fail to see how this is relevant anyway. It doesn't matter if the game is "generic" or not.
  14. #259 - Zone of the Enders HD Edition Elite Frame Runner Collect all trophies This is my first experience with ZOE and I really liked it. Short but sweet. It was really fun controlling the Orbital Frame - it's like one of my Japanese animes. I hard a hard time understanding what everything that was going on in the story, but I got the gist of it. The voice acting/dialogue was pretty bad and sounded awkward at many points, but there was a sort of charm to it. I thought the whole theme of preserving life was done pretty well. As for the platinum itself, there was a bit of a learning curve since I decided to do the one playthrough method which meant starting out on Hard and getting the A ranks right away. The first rescue mission was pretty tough and I had to replay it a whole bunch of times since it's so easy for a civilian to die or too many buildings get destroyed. Once that was out of the way, though, it was pretty much smooth sailing from there. I'll be moving onto The 2nd Runner shortly. I hear people talk very highly of that game so I'm looking forward to it.
  15. Log Horizon (25 Episodes) I always heard that this was better than Sword Art Online, and in some ways it is, but honestly I didn't find it as enjoyable. It's the same basic concept in that a bunch of MMO players get trapped in the game without the ability to log out, but the way Log Horizon handles this bothered me throughout the whole season. The main reason why is because nobody seems to really give a damn that they can't return to the real world. They hardly ever bring it up. Also, there's no explanation of how they got trapped and for what reason. Maybe this is revealed in season 2, but it's way too late at that point in my opinion. Not only that, but the stakes seem really low, since if you die in the game world, you just resurrect. That aside, I did enjoy most of the story arcs and the main character, Shiroe, was great. I Want You To Make a Disgusted Face and Show Me Your Underwear (6 Episodes) I mean what else is there to say after reading the title? We all know what this anime is about.