It felt the same for me in the beginning, mostly when trying to block the creep wave from the Dire. But after a couple of hours on each side I forgot all about it. I mainly look at the minimap anyway :)
Hopefully this is what pushes them to get some European servers, cause the current twitch experience is fucking awful over here, and that Sucks cause I watch way too much Dota on twitch.
I was going to write this exact thing, but now I don't have to.
If Twitch have said anything concerning the console launches, I haven't heard it. They really need to step it up imo. Anyone can see it's a popular service that's growing exponentially every year and I would think bigger companies are looking into their own streaming tech. At the moment, I would welcome a better alternative, anything better.
And it's not just the streaming problems. It's the interface, the community integration, the channel options, the chat etc.
Somehow, this feels a like a leading question. But, no, I'm not completely put off by it no matter everything else. Everything else matters quite a bit. Some manga styles can be pretty cool in fact. But I have to agree with some other people in the thread. The style often comes packaged together with a mess of a story I usually don't want to deal with (not the fault of the art though)
Now, I'm pretty sure there's loads of "anime" games with more economic and subdued stories, which I prefer, that don't get released in the west. I would like more games like Hotel Dusks: Room 215.
Sadly, I feel like that with every other game I buy these days. I'm actually buying less and less games, and sticking more with the titles and franchises I know I like, because of that. Most of the times it's the indie darling type of games. It's well recieved, it looks fun and clever, I should like it... nope.