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Please call me Karasu. I'm married to Itachi Uchiha. I'm also a moderator for the anime and character databases here on Anime-Planet. If you have any questions or concerns, don't hesitate to ask. :)
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Yeah, you're like never on PSN. T_T That makes your PS3 sad. Come on! Have some fun with it! Your Xbox doesn't have to know if you don't say anything... Considering how difficult/time-consuming it is to get achievements in Star Ocean: The Last Hope, you're really better off playing the PS3 "international, slightly-better" version. Thus, this logic translates to you throwing out your Xbox and joining the dark side! Do it, cuz peer pressure and all that.
If I couldn't be bothered to stay up all night or get up early to watch something, I'd record it on VHS. I recorded SO MUCH as a child. I mean, I did it so many times I could go through the many steps it takes on my vcr with my eyes closed! Shows were being recorded daily, nightly, in the past (whoops), in the future, randomly - you name it. It wasn't limited to anime either.
Inb4 the schedule suddenly changes when an episode titled "Naruto's Grandfather! The Stories of an Older Generation!" appears and we get into an infinite loop of past generations, never getting back to the present time. Everything...becomes swallowed by fillers - Obito's true goal (or maybe the Tsukuyomi already happened!) ...I just terrified myself. But hopefully two weeks comes around and BAM!, Naruto is back for ONE episode to wrap EVERYTHING up. It'll be fun to discuss my confusion when/if this happens.
The Star Ocean games are an interesting mix of both sci-fi and fantasy. If the thought of travelling through space to explore different planets is personally appealing, I could suggest them to you. Star Ocean 4 takes place first chronologically in the series by being set during the aftermath of World War 3 with Earth becoming increasingly uninhabitable, and mankind must take to the stars to find a new planet for their home. Star Ocean 3 for the PS2 is last in the series and likely always will be because the secret of our universe is discovered in a twist that most fans seemed to have hated but I adored - it's quite fitting for a sci-fi. I've only played Star Ocean 3 and 4, but I've been quite pleased with the engaging stories and entertaining battle system. In any event, Star Ocean 5: Integrity and Faithlessness is currently in production for the PS3 and PS4, so maybe you could start with that when it's released?
Inuyasha: You see, I was waiting for Final Act to air on Adult Swim so that I could watch the dub, but by the time it finally aired, I was already working my current job where I've always worked weekends and at a time when I didn't have cable or even internet for a year (those were some dark days =P). And yeah, I hear you on obsessing over watching your favorite TV shows back as children. I'd have friends who would want to spend the night on Fridays, but I'd often turn them down because I wanted to catch my Saturday morning cartoons, which I didn't know at the time were actually anime; I appeased them through promising them Saturday sleepovers. I did make exceptions for this, however, like when the final season of Beyblade first aired and I had a sleepover with two friends to watch its premiere at 6 in the morning (like wtf, that's so early thinking back xD). In case you're curious, we made the debut - of course! >D
I have no expectations for how long this filler arc will last, but I was under the impression it could be the longest filler arc in Naruto ever. Do you think there will be ANOTHER filler arc after it too?
I'm playing Star Ocean (4): The Last Hope International at the moment. Yesterday I finally caught up to where I had stopped on my Xbox 360 version four years ago. It's amazing at how much I've improved in RPGs over time because this game is nothing; I really wish the harder difficulties were unlocked right from the start. I prefer the battle system in Star Ocean 3 that came before it however. I might go back and play that for the third time, actually. Now I'm not sure when I'll make time for Shallie with all of these kinda-replays going on. >_<
Come on, do it! You got this! Show them what Karasu can do when she gets serious for realz!
Ah, Inuyasha. Who knows how many times I've watched that. I own all of the dvds except for Final Act, which to this day I have yet to watch (sooome day). So many fond memories of that anime... I remember staying over at a friend's house, and after we finished playing a game, we decided to watch Adult Swim. Wouldn't you know, it's Inuyasha that's on, and Inuyasha is saying, "Just do her like you did me." Needless to explain, it was so random my friend and I laughed our asses off. Good times were had indeed. xD
Get me when the fillers are over in Naruto. =P Do you recommend that I watch them immediately? I was thinking about going through the final arc and returning to the fillers after.
Pfft, why pay moneys when I can use my sister's netflix account.
I'm not really enjoying it. This game was obviously a cash-in on the fans who loved the first game because in every way possible it's majorly inferior to the prequel. It should have never been made. Honestly, I'm quite disappointed that this was the follow-up to a game that came before which was so much fun. I couldn't recommend it to someone who played the first, but strangely enough, you don't fit into that category; with the game's difficulty being drastically decreased and how you need no knowledge of the other to play, it's to a point where the game is approachable to practically anyone. But in the end, I'd suggest looking into it some more if you're interested.
Unless I'm wrong, I feel like my oldest nephew has beaten all of the Uncharted games. You've been letting Drakengard 3 beat you long enough! Hurry and beat IT! I don't care how many times you have to sit through the beginning - read a book each time while mashing X until you can play that part. Just. Do. It. Show that game who is boss. COME ON!
You remember when Naruto was on Toonami? You're so old. I remember it too, but you didn't see me write that. How long do you think that "big finale" will be anyway?
xD I might be your 500th. .
Hey. You should get Netflix. And watch Digimon.
So, you should forget about what I said about returning to Atelier Shallie right away...because now I'm playing The Awakened Fate Ultimatum, a sequel game that after having played, I realized it should never have been made. It's a game about a high schooler who becomes God after being killed during a war between angels and devils. Throughout, the player will need to make "ultimatums" and deal with the consequences such as choosing between attempting to save 10 lives with a low probability (angel choice) or saving 6 of the 10 with much greater odds (devil choice); another example is picking between killing a prisoner with a family or letting the person live. I keep picking the angel choice and almost everyone has repeatedly viewed my decisions as God to be incorrigible... Needless to say, these angels have been twisted from the bloodshed for so long that they can hardly be seen as the holy entities they're widely identified as. This game has been quite dark from the start...a much more serious tone than The Guided Fate Paradox, the prequel. It's not going to take very long to beat though.
Have you beaten Shallie yet? Yeah, I love making the most powerful equipment I can at the time - I'm someone who always looks forward to any new shops in RPGs and deciding if I should buy new equipment now by comparing the benefits or wait until the next town. Making your character more powerful is the best, haha. Speaking of Drakengard 3, did you finally beat it? You may not be able to have Awin, but Escha's DLC was released Tuesday if you want her. =P
Or maybe, you know, deep down you thought it was that low of a show... How horrible! Onoda gave it his all and you thought it was boring?! Get out! I've stalled Shippuden because of the filler arc. =/ I wonder what will happen first: the end of Shippuden's airing or my graduation next spring. >D To think I've been watching Naruto since I think near the start of middle school baffles me...