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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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Too late, already halfway finished with the first season. I was waiting for this to end/Crunchyroll to get, but Funimation has it. So far it's reminding me of a less interesting version of Parasyte (which is making me want to see the anime adaptation of since I read the manga before it aired).
Why the warning? x_x
Not surprised. I heard...complaints about it. lol Nah, the shounen world HAS to be in danger; it would make zero sense otherwise. Ohh, you mean sync watching/syncing. Yeah, that would be cool to do with paid subscriptions. I know a site that can do that for youtube or if you have the file, but not for things like Crunchyroll. It would be nice. I used to sync watch with friends, we'd pause and laugh about a scene or discuss it, then the person would start it again and we'd continue this way. It's fun.
Fitness games... I've never tried 'em. These seem pointless to me - just go outside for free. =P
You know I need all the motivation I can get when I have 5 Atelier games to beat. -_- Atelier Meruru is a game I'm sure you'd enjoy as well because you play as a princess who tries to expand her kingdom using alchemy (her teacher is the previous game's heroine, Totori - Atelier Meruru is the sequel to Atelier Totori, which is the sequel to Atelier Rorona). But the aforementioned is not specifically the reason why you'd like it, although it is partially; rather - wait for it - it's filled with a bunch of bishounens you could fill your party with. lol To add, progressing through the game causes the areas to change before your eyes, reaching higher spectatular levels. You are now hooked. Yeah, items can be a tad confusing when starting off, but they tend to be familiar of past games, so they should make sense as you play and use 'em more.
xD I made the name up almost a decade earlier by switching letters around with a character (Zieg) from my favorite Playstation 1 game (The Legend of Dragoon). I've grown super attached to it to the point where I see it as my "other" name and even made a last name to accompany it (Force). Now you know why my PSN is ZaigForce. >D It's kinda hard to explain, but it goes beyond a simple nickname. Heh, I also can't argue about being weird, but that's why people worship me.
I also totally don't forget about profile comments...maybe. It's really good to hear you found a job. ^^ Even if it's less time being free, better to have some kind of income than none. There were quite a few reasons for the transfer, yeh. One was the social environment at my old school; my first (and only) roommate there spread rumors about me, made a couple of threatening posts on facebook, and was generally not too happy with me (or my entire floor for that matter, considering they wanted to sit me down and have everyone on said floor tell their issues with me to make me "normal"). To keep going with the social stuff, there was this one girl who used me quite a bit, even to the point of almost forcing me to have sex with her. Second reason is academically the Japanese program was really slow...I'm going into my new school with half the knowledge I should have. :\ So while I was (relatively) current with my other classes, my Japanese was lagging. Then there was my seminar "class"...
Yeh...ended up coming back. :D Even from just being back these past few weeks I can see there's almost no activity on there compared to before. Aw...is really sad :\
But the wait! I don't go to movies very often these days, though. They're fun seeing them now and again, especially if they're anime-related. Lol, zombie potato. Not really sure what you mean by watch shows together with other members? But your excitement for it gets me excited!
Same here, there just aren't enough 3DS games that are appealing to me. I don't even have a Wii. Last time I checked, there's roughly 5 games I actually want on that system. The Wii U has a couple, although one is to-be-released (Shin Megami Tensei x Fire Emblem).
Have no fear, I'm behind on Atelier too. Honestly, I'm considering skipping Sophie and getting it at a later date because I have such a backlog with the series. I somewhat want the series to go to PS4 exclusively so I can get a year or two's rest to catch up. Speaking of Sophie, they changed the battle system and made it nothing like any Atelier game before it. In case you didn't see articles about it, now each turn you select all of the actions of your party at once and they're carried out. I asked for them to RETURN past mechanics, not steer away from them. >_> For Shallie, do you mean combat items or for when carrying out synthesis? You can find out more information on an item effect by pressing the select button, iirc. If that's not right, it's one of the buttons anyways. Asking your senpai for help is nothing to be ashamed of. >D
Well darn, since you've spoken of it three times, now I gotta know what it was you forgot! Just stay calm, and...REMEMBER!
Haha. I've been asked too many times to count. I forgot to put it in my profile. Please pronounce it like ZAY-G using the same "AY" sound in May and G like in the word Go.
I think I read an ANN article saying Naruto the Last will be playing throughout the US in the near future. I'd like to see it, but it wouldn't be worthwhile for me to check it out before the anime finishes, and I don't want to read the manga, so...
Meh, I bought my 3DS super spontaneously. I had just beaten Pokemon White, and I was like, "I want to play X!" So I went and purchased a 3DS XL, along with Pokemon X and Shin Megami Tensei IV that same day. I needed it eventually for the yet-to-be-announced Hoenn remakes; everything worked out in the end. But yeah, it doesn't get much use.
If you like Atelier Ayesha's Regina, then you'll love Atelier Totori's Mel(via) - Regina is practically based off of her from two games earlier. In game, she is your older sister's tomboyish best friend with super strength, but over time, becomes your close friend as well. Playing Ayesha made me miss Mel. Due to their unique three-way relationship of little sister, big sister, and best friend, together with the way it was so well written, hers is my all-time favorite Atelier ending. When you're ready for another Atelier, I would like you to consider Totori. Another thing to note, Atelier Totori and Atelier Escha are the PS3 Atelier games I exclusively enjoyed as much as the PS2 ones, as well as being the sole Atelier PS3 games I've played through completely at least twice.
Deja vu, you are giving me right now.