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about 6 days ago

Legendary Weapon: 5 or fewer unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Focus: Only playing one game
Huh, I may go for it then. 10 episodes would be easier to swallow than 62 if the recap's sufficient, especially considering the old Samurai Jack seasons appear to be more episodic. And I've always wanted to watch RWBY being a former RvB fan and all, but still haven't gotten around to that either.

Oh dude, you have no idea. Yusuke and Makoto instantly became fan favorites (rightfully so) with Futaba not far behind, and they're hella entertaining to hang out with. Ryuji's a weird case because his mannerisms become more tolerable over time, but on the other hand his character growth just kinda stops. Morgana's arc is pretty stagnant and Ann doesn't do a whole lot. Still, there's plenty of personality to go around even for the weakest characters, and hangouts that don't lead to a Rank Up are still unique events with complete dialogue (kinda like the Sunday meetups in P3&P4) so there's never a dull moment.

Now I didn't even think about this, but there's been some hopeful speculation that Persona 6 won't take as long now that they have HD assets for it. And fans have already coined "Persona 5 Crimson" as a working title for the inevitable re-release we can expect in the meantime too. Probably reasonable expectations since the (sub?)series' popularity is at an all-time high. Even casuals are aware of Persona these days.

Looks like Telltale's Guardians premiere launches tomorrow. Yaaaayyy...?
about 7 days ago

Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Yeah, it was awesome. Admittedly, it was a bit difficult getting to the best parts at the end since things naturally felt too same-y coming off of Fate, even if you could tell it was better with the more action and stuff leading up to it, but it paid off.

And, yeah, P5 is great too, when do you think you'll be starting it?
about 1 week ago

Legendary Weapon: 5 or fewer unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Focus: Only playing one game
Oh wow, really? I had no idea, but just looked into it and you're absolutely right! I guess that means there'll only be one more hiatus for AoT then, two at most. As for MHA, I believe the same-day English premieres have only been slated for six episodes. But I'm glad they're going for two-cour since a mere 12-13 eps would have just been the current arc alone—which would've been fine since this one's a big deal and all, but it wouldn't have lived up to the first season's impact had it ended with meager planned student battles.

I still approach Rick and Morty skeptically, but I really shouldn't need to at this point. For such a mostly-episodic series, that continuity cavalcade of an opener was unbelievable. It sounds like we won't get more until summer, but I'm certainly excited now. And you know, I was only ever mildly interested in Samurai Jack before...but ironically, it not airing in favor of R&M reminded me that it exists and suddenly I'm a lot more interested than before. I may take a look at it when I'm not juggling so many other shows, including the increasingly great Gintama.

Yep, attention to detail is the name of the game! They made the most of all that delay-ridden time they took polishing it for sure. There are so many fun little touches that aren't necessary, some of which you may never even notice. It's those tidbits that give it personality and make it memorable.

The only issue anyone seems to have on the whole (aside from an allegedly rushed ending) is how poorly hidden the limit on free time is. Specifically, it feels like more nights than not, MC has to go to bed early just because there's a story event the next day...regardless of how much time or energy it'll take. There's been a gushing fountain of memes about that.

Otherwise...not only is dungeon crawling better in every conceivable way, but it has some of the best non-party S.Links ever! They offer crazy awesome bonuses and new features at certain ranks, and the characters themselves are so memorably designed. Most have pretty good stories too, of course. As for the party itself, the initial lineup is meh (aside from having great VAs) but all the additional members following the first dungeon are so damn lovable that the group gets much more fun with each newcomer from that point onward. In fact, the game in general has constantly gone uphill so far....
about 2 weeks ago

Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Cursed: 10+ new games in a row
Wow, I'm surprised you haven't bought Persona 5 yet. I'm sure you've heard this already, but that game is possibly the best in the series.

Meanwhile, I'm doing horribly in the shadow negotiations. I don't know if you're supposed to make wild guesses or what, but either way, I'm actually new to the negotiation system, despite owning SMT4 (haven't played it yet). It can definitely wear you down when you just want another Persona to control and you keep getting rejected, but eh, I'm sure I'll figure something out haha

Oh, and kudos on your Now Playing list being empty! I am forever cursed to leave multiple games on hiatus for some reason.
about 2 weeks ago

Legendary Weapon: 5 or fewer unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Focus: Only playing one game
We'll definitely continue to see those same voices for some time considering how long the previous wave lasted before they'd all transitioned to union. It's kinda nice to hear some newcomers that still fit the archetypes but won't give that "hey it's that guy who was in that other game/anime" feeling for a while—especially since voice acting is usually meant to illustrate an original character.

You may be right. I felt like P3TM's biggest cause of inferiority to P4TA is that it didn't have much daily life or comedy (Movie 3 again being the exception, though 2 was getting there) so the relationships felt hollow...which is kind of crucial considering friendship is the cornerstone of Persona in general. To be fair, P4 had a more comic tone to to begin with, but TV episode pacing definitely helped regardless. The only benefit I liked about the movie format is that Nyx Avatar actually recited all fourteen arcana, not that its significance would make much sense to an outside viewer.

AoT2 seems to have the same level of intrigue as the first season, but...pacing hasn't gotten much better. From what I understand though, that's really more of a problem with the manga, so I guess it can't be helped. This season is only going to be 12 episodes, which hopefully means a shorter hiatus for S3. And yeah, it'll be on Toonami shockingly soon. Meanwhile, for April Fools 2017 they had a surprise RICK AND MORTY SEASON 3 SHUM SHUM SHLIPPIDY DOP!!!!!!

15 hours in, P5 is pretty much everything it should be. Seeing the amount of detail even in marginal content, it's officially no surprise localization took forever. I figured there would be a little more voicing than before, but maaaaan, nobody ever shuts up. Even if some of the minor demon or background character lines sound phoned in, just having that much ambient dialogue really breathes life into the experience. The Japanese track DLC alone is 3GB.

I was worried about the emphasis on stealth since movement controls feel stiff as usual, but it actually makes ambushing much easier. In fact, ambushes are more or less required since patrols can get unbeatably tough if you don't keep a low profile. Plus enemy AI is close to traditional SMT, meaning you're on the fast lane to a Game Over if you let them have even one turn sometimes. But that curb-stomp approach doesn't get monotonous either because it usually leads to negotiation, among other cool new battle shenanigans.
Time to die, shithogs