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Dropped Nisekoi. It made me real angry. It's fucking stupid.
(Sorry a little late with a replay) Why are you not liking it? I mean don't get me wrong, I'm not loving the show right now, but I'm still interested enough to keep watching. I am fucking tired about the guy going on and on and on about who the girl he made a promise to is, so now that is hopefully past of us and the new girl comes next week, I'm hoping things pick up again. I would at least say watch the next week before quitting.
So... I've started watching Samurai Flamenco and I've reached the part where it decides that it's actually a batshit insane power rangers type show instead of a less mean-spirited Kick Ass. What. No seriously, what?
New genre of anime: the Trojan horse.
That's sort of how I feel. It's such a harsh bait and switch that I'm waiting for the part where they say "It was all a dream!". Except... I don't think that's going to happen.
Here is what I'm going to say so that it doesn't spoil anything for you. Keep watching the show. Don't stop until it's done. Only after that can you turn your head back into the correct position after all the wild twists and turns the show delivers.
I was planning on sticking with it regardless, but I'll keep that in mind.
I... I could no do it. Maybe I will pick back up, but i have like 10 sidesteps to go. Rather pick back up space dandy.
I love how you think Mac can be used for gaming. GET IN THE 21 CENTURY, USE A WINDOWS.
I tryed Torchlight II for like 20 min and could not get into it. Maybe I will try again.
Man, so many games, so little time. It's nice seeing a list of games I played when they came out and games i played recently actually. Where do I begin.
First off, Assassin's Creed II is the best. Favorite in the series for me and the series I love (for only 3 games out of them all.) I would say just play Ezio trilogy. I did not like 4 much at all and I think revelations got a bed rap.
I never actually played Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story. I played Superstar Sega a lot (since I played it as a younger one I never actually finish it). I remember Brad loving BIS a lot too. Going have to track down a copy.
I actually started playing the steam version of Half-Minute Hero, called Half Minute Hero: Super Mega Neo Climax Ultimate Boy, not to long ago and am still chugging through it. I wish the game was not so long cause man it taking me forever to finish, The xbox version remove all the modes except the first "main" one (so don't buy that version) but adds a visual style more modern. The steam version brought back all the modes and the different art styles. I still preferred the retro, original look myself.
And Risen is a game I played not to long ago either. I really enjoyed it for its open world (and I mean as in no hand holding at all) and character upgrading, Also really enjoyed the fact that monsters don't come back. Made it special for each thing you kill.