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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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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.
Aw - is sad you haven't found one yet. :\ Maybe things will change soon for you? Eh; am somewhat alright. Transferring schools soon, so it's been busy in the meantime. Yeeaahhh....I had a bit too many run-ins with Panta, Brad, and their friends over Skype and if I remember right one day I just got fed up with it, said I was leaving, and that was that. Think you saw it and the aftermath, but am not sure. Thinking of coming back, though.
Haven't heard from you in a while - how have you been?
Agreed. Where did you see the spoiler? But I guess that will learn you from forum browsing/not reading Naruto immediately. You're not safe anywhere!
I've never finished a Harvest Moon game because of the tedium that came with crop growing and the lack of a battle system. Rune Factory for the PS3 got my attention, and I've started over on it twice, but I take forever to advance the story because there's so much to do.. item creation, leveling up your weapon skills, traveling across the ocean on a giant golem... One day I will finish the game! Now I'm kinda getting pumped about the game, but Pokemon Conquest is after Mystery Dungeon, then it's Lost Dimension, soooo... Yeah. I don't have 3DS recommendations because, like you, I bought the system for Pokemon...and Shin Megami Tensei.
Escha will always have the best design. >D I really wish an Atelier game would come out with a non-human heroine (well, there is one, but that doesn't count because she's not the player character or alchemist, and it's a spoiler). Or maybe simply another Atelier game with a bunch of non-humans in it. I'm getting a little bored with all of the human characters because before the PS3 series, the PS2 games and spinoffs would include them. Then there's the Mana contract system they got rid of completely starting with the PS3 games. T_T Characters would form pacts with Mana spirits (basically, what Wilbell the witch does) to assist them in battle, item creation, and to get around in areas through flight, removing obstacles, etc. I miss those... Atelier Sophie seems to be a game not part of the previous Dusk trilogy, so I'm keeping my fingers crossed that they bring some features back! When you finally beat Shallie, will you be immediately doing Shallote's story?
Mystery Dungeon is fun. I hadn't played one since the originals, though, so I decided to get this game only because of Gamefly (I wouldn't want to buy another). The stories in the games are actually quite entertaining and well-written. Some of it can be cheesy because the games are aimed at children, but they're engaging nonetheless! They're also shorter than the main series (about 15 - 20 hours), if you focus on story dungeons and ignore the extras. I'd recommend trying one out if you wanted to fill a Gamefly spot that would be otherwise vacant for only a week or so because you wanted to ensure room for an upcoming game release (beat it real quick, then send it back).
PS: 500th comment!
I've been wanting to play/purchase Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection, but other games keep getting in my way... Those distractions!
I'd be tempted to read the manga if I had just caught up with the anime and wanted to just finish it off. But, I'm so accustomed to breaks with this that I don't care enough anymore. When Shippuden ends, I'm thinking I'll rate it down to 3.5 stars, but I'm definitely not rating it higher than 4 (what I have it incorrectly currently sitting at for now). Yeah, that must be devastating having something you held dear for years and it suddenly be spoiled for you. I can't think of being in a similar situation and should probably be happy about it. =P
Haha, the game is obviously targeted at males, but I can see a girl getting into it because of the battle system and chibi designs, or if someone was a major fan of the harvest moon games because I believe the same developers made this game. I'd rate it 6/10. If this game wasn't handled by the competent Harvest Moon people, I'm sure it would have been a bad experience all-around, though.
Yeah, I was gonna bring up Atelier Sophie next comment...whenever that was gonna be. >D I find her design very boring, but I'm interested in her doll partner that you can customize. But unless this game catches my hype like Atelier Escha & Logy, I won't be buying the game until I beat Atelier Shallie. Which, btw, did you finally finish?
Almost forgot to mention the game I'm currently playing from Gamefly- Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity