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  1. I can honestly say I haven't probably booted up a game on my phone in over 2 years or even have your 1600 times total on 10 years. Wow! Also worth noting that it’s a F2P game and I haven’t spent a single dime on it.
  2. If you don’t care about having a physical copy, see if digital is an option. I know that might be tricky though considering Marvel has the Star Wars rights and wouldn’t be keen on other company’s sell their Star Wars books.
  3. I just earned a reward in Love Live! SIF for logging in a total of 1600 days. That’s just counting the days I’ve booted up the app. By early next year, somewhere around late March, I will have been playing for 5 years.
  4. Too long, not enough time, I thought the 3DS game was kinda ugly and I didn’t like how tight the camera was on you, and the overworld was...bizarre. I remember it feeling like I’d take 10 steps and end up on a loading screen putting me on a different chunk of the overworld or something. I got all the way through the “stone” island (to avoid spoilers). I think a game came out right after it and took my attention.
  5. What I played of VII really wowed me too. I just couldn’t believe that someone would create a creature like Maribel.
  6. Who are you voting for? What religion is the best? These are all questions you could ask.
  7. eal

    Switch RPGs...?

    Taking a short break from Pokémon Shield to play Will: A Wonderful World, a visual novel with a twist. See, the premise is you’re a god who can bend people’s fates to your will if they ask for help in the form of a “letter” (not really a letter but that’s what the game refers it to to keep things simple). Basically, nine or so characters will ask for help out of their present circumstance, and using clues from the letter, you rearrange the order of events to prevent catastrophe. Sometimes two letters are tied together and you must work out both characters’ situations, and to make it more complicated, on top of moving events around, you can switch them between the two characters. For example, an early letter dealt with two characters bumping into each other and one of them swinging at a tennis ball. In this scenario, I was able to change who hit the ball, making them a hero to their partner, and avoid the collision by having the other character move instead. Sometimes, a perfect ending isn’t available until you address a different letter first. I’ve heard some of the events get zany and you can get horrible or ridiculous results for the characters. The presentation is bare bones but the gameplay is interesting.
  8. Platty wants to go in With Arms Wide Open and Yangus wants to go in Eyes Wide Shut.
  9. As you’re aware, I’m very into animation. 😏
  10. Hell, NBC just recently paid Netflix $500 million to take The Office off Netflix and have it exclusively for streaming for its own streaming service (ugh) in a year.
  11. They taught us Romanticism vs. Realism in my Junior English class. And they say you don’t remember anything from school!
  12. The word “Romance” can also refer to a tale of sweeping legend with lots of interpersonal aspects to the story. Similar to Romance of the Three Kingdoms. I’ve never played any of the Romancing SaGa games but I assume that they contain characters in a sweeping story that spans continents, what with them being RPGs and all. The sci-fi version of this is called a “space opera.”
  13. Reminds me of when they tried to dress up Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE not getting a dub as an attempt to maintain authenticity, when really it was because it was a Wii U, a long one at that, when the console was on life support by that time.
  14. eal


    They felt like prizes. Like you got a ceremonial bat for being the best on your baseball team one year. You sure didn't bring it out next year and go to bat with it. Yeah, never used them. This, but literally. It used to be you had to go to events to get mythical Pokémon like Mew or Celebi. Now, you just need an internet connection or to be just social enough to drive to GameStop and ask for a code card and a mythical Pokémon will just be given to you like that. I remember that year when they were giving out a legendary, sometimes multiple, every month, so long as you got a code card or had access to the Internet.
  15. Also, you’ll just randomly go, “I’m playing a Neptunia game,” or “they gave me a random phone port looking game to review for the site.” I think the PQ2 dub situation also had to do with just the logistics of getting all those voice actors to dub lines. The only VA I can think of who shares characters across games is Matt Mercer as Kanji and Yusuke, with Johnny Yong Bosch being the only actor I can think of who does multiple characters from the same game.
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