Could he be checking the notification system?
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I started Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei. Seems like it will be one hell of a weird ass show. The show's main character, Nozomu Itoshiki, is uncomfortably like myself at times (overly pessimistic at times and worries about even the most unnecessary things). And yet, Kafuka's positive presence was exceptionally endearing and made me feel better.
So I finally got around to watching the Mushishi special tonight and, damn, I was reminded why I consider this show among the top 5 anime I have seen. The ability to handle such a grandiose moment with the right amount of subtlety was breathtaking. It is such a perfect representation of the beauty of nature and paces itself perfectly. Now to get my ass into the 2nd season already.
Horror games take precedence for me for that month (I did finish Dark Souls last October. That was certainly horrifying in the beatdowns it gave me at times lol). I'll probably finally play the Outlast DLC, Evil Within, Alien: Isolation. I am such a wimp so it should be a fun time for me.
Nipple Yanker sounds like a finishing move for a cheap, ripoff Mortal Kombat game.
Stafy sounds like what I might expect Kirby's Epic Yarn to be whenever I get around to finally playing it (the charming, lighthearted presentation that is). I usually don't find many games that help me unwind. I guess Jazzpunk can count in that regard.
I beat Persona 4 for the first time last Sunday. The character development and connections that I built with the characters were so damn endearing. I was really, really bummed when the credits hit. I was ready for it to be done because I was exhausted, but I do miss the game. Then I went through 400 Days Of Summer. It was interesting, but due to the stories being so short I didn't really feel close with any of the characters so I felt like the sequences lacked any real emotional weight. Next, for whatever reason I decided to run through Homefront. Such a hollow, boring piece of junk campaign. Even the phosphorus sequence didn't even make me flinch. The shooting was alright I guess. However, the game had the excitement level of two rocks making love. Finally, I played through Vanquish for the first time. That was such a mind-twisting thrill ride. The sense of movement and the speed of everything never let up. Even with that sense of surreal speed, I never felt like I had trouble with the top notch shooting mechanics. It's been a fun week.
Was hoping that it would end up on ESPN 8 The Ocho.
But really that's cool that it's getting any sort of mainstream coverage like that.