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#1 Posted by golguin (3868 posts) -

Tales of Vesperia is pretty amazing. They need to make more RPGs like Vesperia and not just additions to the Tales series.

#2 Posted by golguin (3868 posts) -

@golguin: Slight necro of your post, but legit question. I've ran through the game on CoC (albeit with an extremely overpowered character) to see what if anything is different. Overall, most bosses seemingly just get an HP buff and are more "aggressive" put simply, but for the Lost Sinner, he/she actually friggin' parried and riposted one of my attacks. Did you see this as well? The animation is similar to a 2-handed "super parry" of a heavy weapon, and it scared the crap out of me because it changed the fight from just-another-damage-sponge boss to "oh crap I have to actually be careful". Too bad it only happened once, and for what was a largely uninspiring boss, it offered a brief glimmer of hope that the game could've achieved greatness.

The only other thing to note was that Duke's Dear somethingorother got stuck spamming its beam attack in CoC, while the Throne Watcher (or whichever one is in white) actually has a magic projectile attack that I have literally never seen outside of the covenant run, either in all my other runs, online, or in NG+. The Iron King is still completely lame on any difficulty.

Other than that pretty much every boss was just a slightly hardier/faster/more aggressive version. And yeah, Darklurker is no fun to fight, even if you're specced for magic.

The enemies also get something like a 30% damage buff increase so during my run a lot of bosses could one shot me. I don't believe I've seen Lost Sinner parry, but I have seen Throne Watcher use a magic projectile.

#3 Edited by golguin (3868 posts) -

Hold the presses! Aldnoah.Zero Episode 3 was the best third episode from Urobuchi I've seen since a certain someone went in over their head!

THAT POST-CREDITS

It's true that it didn't top Madoka's 3rd episode, but it was still good. I like that tactics are being used instead of OP mechs with divine powers.

#4 Posted by golguin (3868 posts) -

Just finished up the third episode of Tokyo Ghoul and I feel I'm totally on board with the show now. Here's the opening for some potential hype building (mirrored).


#5 Posted by golguin (3868 posts) -

YES! The hype is real! Fatal Frame is the BEST horror series.

#6 Posted by golguin (3868 posts) -

@super2j said:

@golguin said:

So Akame ga Kill! started off kinda meh, but before the end of the 1st episode SHIT GOT REAL! I saw the 2nd episode and enjoyed that as well. I think this is something to look forward to.

I will check out Aldnoah.Zero next. Since Gen Urobuchi made it I'm sure it's going to be a very happy series.

Have you read the manga? Because if you like the way the first episode ended, then I think you will enjoy what is to come. I am so glad this thing is getting a fair shot, each chapter felt meaningful and the action is very entertaining.

That Aldnoah music is very hype (the kill la kill is strong in it), can you tell a little about what you liked? I feel like I have been looking for a cool mech show for a while and nothing caught my interest. The last thing I tried was Captain earth, seemed ok but didnt really hype me up.

Speaking of Hype, Don Flamingo from One piece is seriously an awesome character, he was only in the newest episode for a short time but he dropped some plot that I am excited to hear about!! He is such a cool character.

I haven't read the manga and I didn't know anything about the show before I started watching it. The thing that I liked about the show is that things are pretty messed up and the "heroes" are up against an invincible invasion force. The show is not going to be some mech power fantasy. I predict things will continue to go bad.

#7 Posted by golguin (3868 posts) -

I just used the Target "Cartwheel" thing to get 15% off some new ear buds. It's a legit thing and it's still on tomorrow.

#8 Posted by golguin (3868 posts) -

I am here to announce that Aldnoah.Zero is legit as hell. Add in some amazing Kill la Kill/Attack on Titan OST stuff and the first two episodes were very hype with all the stuff that went down. Video is a little taste from the 1st episode.

#9 Edited by golguin (3868 posts) -

In order to show anime to people that "hate" anime you have to know what they like. I was successful in showing an entire anime series to my cousin and friend because I knew that they liked T&A, killing, and zombies. The perfect solution was the Highschool of the Dead dub (dub because normal people don't want to read subtitles and can't read subtitles at the required speed for enjoyment).

Both of them wanted to the see a 2nd season (currently doesn't exist) and have asked me on several occasions if the 2nd season had been made yet.

You guys are coming at this problem from a flawed perspective. It doesn't matter what you like or what introduced you to anime. Find out what your friend likes. Ask if they want to have fun, see sexy stuff, cry, get scared, get traumatized, think deeply, etc. and you'll have more success.

I'm not going to bust a Madoka on someone just because it's a top tier anime.

EDIT: For guys you generally can't go wrong with violence, sex and lots of action.

#10 Posted by golguin (3868 posts) -

So Akame ga Kill! started off kinda meh, but before the end of the 1st episode SHIT GOT REAL! I saw the 2nd episode and enjoyed that as well. I think this is something to look forward to.

I will check out Aldnoah.Zero next. Since Gen Urobuchi made it I'm sure it's going to be a very happy series.