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#1 Edited by ikabubu (216 posts) -

@humanity said:

I'm getting worried if this will release as a framey mess or not. This whole generation has been a showcase of struggling framerates.

The optimist in me hopes that the extra time would help prevent this. The pessimist in me wonders if that's actually enough time to iron things out (going back to the aforementioned trend).

It's hard being me, sometimes.

Apart from that, the extra waiting time and potential crowding at release date doesn't bother me, change my opinion, or alter my purchasing decision.

#2 Edited by ikabubu (216 posts) -

I grew up watching a butt-load of tokusatsu on TV after school. Kamen Rider has a very special place in my heart. Kabuto, arguably, is my last modern favorite. The newer "themed" ones just aren't doing it for me. I think it needs another reboot: a "back-to-basics" "back-to-form" fresh start. I REALLY tuned out after the sommelier one.

#3 Edited by ikabubu (216 posts) -

The absolute nonesense that is Space Dandy.

There's a whole episode parodying John Romero's zombies.

A completely comedic take on The Thing.

A homecoming episode mixed with Groundhog Day.

Hooters in space, called Boobies.

Makes fun of Google, Twitter, Instagram and social media.

Gung-ho, womanizing hijinx.

One throw-away character that parodies Michael Jackson and Dragon Ball, that needs to be seen to be believed.

The English translation is superb. There's actually better and more jokes in the English dub.

Yeah, Dan would like this. Plus there's almost no continuity, anyone can pick it up from wherever.

#4 Edited by ikabubu (216 posts) -

If they're re-releasing this remake, (oh God, is this really happening?), then that's some movement on the franchise.

That could mean a possible few things:

A) Capcom's become complacent enough to just rehash RE. (Hopefully not.)

B) Capcom is planning to do something with the franchise (possibly reboot), which is why they're catching us up.

#5 Edited by ikabubu (216 posts) -

WOW, really?

Justin Calvert and Ryan McDonald? They've been there forever, and they were part of a GS Golden Age when the bombsquad still worked there. Ryan's been there since practically Gamespot's founding, along with Jeff. Those were the days... and I'm getting old.

But I guess seniority doesn't guarantee anything.

#6 Posted by ikabubu (216 posts) -


For starters, we're not magicians. It's the same as juggling or skateboard tricks. And yes, "cardist" sounds unfortunate, but it's seems to be the appropriate name (just see United Cardists).

#7 Edited by ikabubu (216 posts) -

Currently, it's been Satellite Stories and their album Phrases to Break the Ice.

I discovered the band when I was digging up some old cardistry videos by Tobias Levin, and stumbled on this:

It's pretty dumb, but I was hoping to learn a few moves from it. The song used is called "Kids aren't safe in the Metro".

#8 Posted by ikabubu (216 posts) -

There's a Dave Lang... in ALL of us.

A Chicago jerk, lurking in the deepest, darkest recesses of your soul.

An irrefutable urge to cuss, yell, and make flash games.

#9 Posted by ikabubu (216 posts) -

I wish I could still say that I'm from Las Pinas, Metro Manila, Philippines...

...but now I'm in Seattle, Washington.

Decidedly a little less exotic.

#10 Edited by ikabubu (216 posts) -

Ten years of my life.

Looking back at it all and laughing with those guys. A decade went by, and it both feels like: so much has changed, yet so little has. That includes me, and this community. It's a strange mix of nostalgia, solidarity, and bittersweetness. The things we loved will never stay the same, yet somehow still be there, if we know how to look. We didn't care at the time, we were all just having fun. But now, all we can do is hold on, while looking forward to the new.

Growing old is weird. But I wouldn't have it any other way.

P.S. It's amazing how stiff in front of a camera some of those guys were. Almost as if they weren't used to being recorded. I'm looking at you Shoemaker.