This sounds literally fucking stupid.
jakob187's forum posts
1. Yet another reason that SEASON PASSES ARE BULLSHIT! Right up there with pre-orders.
2. If developers keep backing shit out of the goddamn Wii U, then OF COURSE the Wii U isn't going to do well. Give people a reason to buy the goddamn thing. A lack of parity with the other versions that exist is just bullshit. Then again, that's the entire mantra of the goddamn industry at this point, isn't it? Lack of parity across things because money.
This whole thing reeks to high heaven. The only thing I can hope for is that this stops at least a few people from ever buying a goddamn season pass again.
I love the shit out of Brave Fencer Musashi. However, that opinion has gotten a lot of hate on these forums over the years. I'm unapologetic for it, though.
Respawn. Only the 360 version is by another studio.
It should be pointed out, just so people don't think "oh man, that means the console version is going to suck" that the port is being done by Bluepoint, the same guys that did the Ico/Shadow of the Colossus HD Collection and Metal Gear Solid HD Collection ports...so it should be in good hands.
@yi_orange: I don't really care to read manga. Anime, as it stands, is just a thing that helps to pass my time, and if it's good, then cool. I'm not going to go hunting for it or anything. My girlfriend is the one that is the anime hound, and so she finds stuff and we watch it together. I think, honestly, that part of it is just the fact that I get to chill with my girlfriend.
I've seen Full Metal Alchemist and Cowboy Bebop on TV before. I didn't care for what I had seen.
One Piece - there's literally no chance in hell.
I generally do not like anime, but Attack on Titan was fucking dope!
In turn, I was introduced to a few others. Here's the list:
- Death Note - I made it through three episodes and stopped caring.
- Sword Art Online - It's cool, I guess. I was confused a lot, but it's very pretty.
- Clannad - I'm told this shit is super sad. I was mostly bored watching it.
- Trigun - Enjoyed the hell out of it.
- Mobile Suit: Gundam Wing - I've always kind of had a thing for big robots. This has a lot more human stuff. I enjoyed it a fair amount, although the last 20 episodes or so basically feel like "let's change shit every three episodes and get further and further from the point of what we're trying to do and have people change their fucking minds a lot about what they believe and then watch Hiro and Duo be thoroughbred fucking badasses as much as possible." I would suggest skipping the OVA, but that's a personal thing. I thought it was dumb and boring.
- Problem children are coming from another world, aren't they? - This one, for some fucking reason, just grabbed me. Maybe it was the big ass crazy fight in the first episode. It's just...fucking cool, man.
- Hellsing - It's also fucking dope as shit.
- Black Lagoon - I couldn't care less about this one. Nothing about it genuinely interested me.
- Dusk Maiden of Amnesia - I enjoyed this, but it is a rather slow-paced show at times.
There was also another one about this guy and two girls, and some kind of cat statue or something. I can't remember the name of it. I know the guy had a thing for being a perv about girls and looking at porn mags or something. It was comical, then turned kind of sentimental. I enjoyed that one a bit.
Have they made a girl-Crow movie yet? I really liked the first Crow movie and couldn't get through the 2nd one. I haven't seen one since, but I watched a couple of episodes of the TV series and I remember there was a female Crow running around. I also recall there was one in the comic books.
1st Crow - good. Everything else - utter and complete crap.
There actually IS a Crow story about a female Crow called Flesh & Blood. It was fucking excellent. Personally surpasses the original graphic novel. I mean, the initial setup feels a little hokey (some farmers poisoning coyotes or some shit like that), but it turns around and goes to some great places for a Crow story. Moreover, Iris was a far more "just" and brutal Crow. She buries her first two victims alive, as they were the ones responsible for the death of her unborn child.
I suggest it to anyone.
@crithon: That movie was thorough trash up and down. Also, Norrington has been the one attached for the longest time to The Crow reboot. Blade was an alright flick for the time, but it hasn't aged well...and that ending is still...something. However, League was nigh inexcusable on a fundamental movie-making level. Granted, I do know a lot of that history between him and Fox butting heads on that flick, and it definitely has tinges of "Fincher and Alien 3" to it, but at the same time, there was still a lot of Norrington in that business.
Honestly, they just need to let the franchise be. Let us remember the first movie, see the second movie for what it was, and forget the rest.
Actually, if someone WOULD tell King about Warcraft II: The Dark Saga, I would LOVE to see the knockdown drag-out that would happen between Blizzard and these guys. Might be the most entertaining that Blizzard has produced in a decade.