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  1. Pocari_Sweat
    2014-01-15 00:11
    Well looks like I voted afterall:

    Results show that Kyousogiga didn't make the cutoff for a lot of categories .
  2. Pocari_Sweat
    2014-01-14 06:14
    Heh I'm not gonna bother with nominations. Only going to bother with votes .
  3. Pocari_Sweat
    2014-01-13 22:44
    I still don't understand your fascination with Tomoe . I honestly thought you were going to try and argue about Ohana.
  4. Pocari_Sweat
    2014-01-13 06:32
    My waifu is KURONEKO you infidel.
    Though Azusa is an appealing option, as is Charlotte Dunois. And while I'm loath to admit it, Kotomi is appealing on a sheer huggability factor.
    Sweet! Taking Matsuri off your hands then. Oh you don't want me to? TOO BAD! You didn't renew your license to claim her.

    Also, claiming all the "good" PA Works females including Hiromi, Ohana and Wakana (and Minko for the "visual" factor, though her actual personality itself is a bit questionable). I'm feeling generous so you can have Noe. You can have all the Kyoani female characters for all I care, as I don't give a crap about any of them .

    Seriously, there is something about PA Works female characters that I find incredibly moe about (3 of my top 10 female characters are from PA Works)... or maybe I'm just delusional due to my blind studio fagging.

    Prior to playing DA I tended to find most *snip*
    The thing with old games I find is that you usually have to have the nostalgic factor to replay them, at least for me. If someone told me to play a classic which I didn't play in my childhood (for example the Doom franchise, yes I have never played any of the doom games), then it's very difficult to play them in this day and age. So I don't blame you.

    Witcher 1 was a more clunky but customizable game, whilst Witcher 2 was more streamlined and restrictive. Nonethless, when I play "good" RPGs it's not so much the gameplay that I love but world and the story. The thing with Witcher franchise is that there is no clear good or evil - it's all grey. Some choices may be slightly lesser evils but in the end it still has major consequences. None of the characters are clear cut good guys or bad guys and that's what I love about it. I like to call it realistic "low" fantasy.
  5. Pocari_Sweat
    2014-01-13 05:41
    You must stalk me as much as I stalk other people on here
    Aren't you honored?

    You must stalk me as much as I stalk other people on here. And my liking stuff like Fate/Zero and Shin Sekai Yori didn't tip you off that I do watch some stuff for the plot?
    Nah, I thought you were Type B otaku that only watches "moeshit" and claims characters like Yui as your waifu. .

    My favourite single player game of the past 5+ years - Dragon Age: Origins - isn't exactly cute girls and kittens either.
    Must be the elitist oldschool Bioware fan in me but the Dragon Age: Origins game was a massive disappointment compared to the likes of the Baldur's Gate franchise and the Fallout franchise (excluding Fallout 3, that was just Elder Scrolls with guns and thus meh). Never cared about Mass effect though it's probably more popular than even than Baldurs Gate at its prime by now.

    Have you perhaps tried the Witcher franchise?

    EDIT: I think we had this conversation before, so if I repeated, apologies!
  6. Pocari_Sweat
    2014-01-13 05:15
    Never took you as a Game of Thrones fan.
  7. Pocari_Sweat
    2014-01-13 04:06
    Did you just post on enzo's blog lol? If so, HAI ~
  8. Pocari_Sweat
    2014-01-13 03:14
    So Wizard barristers is about legal officers in a court of magic. Ok that totally appeals in the lawyer in me lol.
  9. Pocari_Sweat
    2014-01-12 22:37
    Will be checking out Wizard Barristers in the near future. Though my dose of AWESOME is in Space Dandy at the moment. Also lol Galilei Donna (and Samurai Flamenco). Talk about two noitamina shows that completely trainwrecked.

    I seriously doubt that Wake up Girls is going to be a full out social commentary that scathed on the idol industry, but if it does elect to do a social commentary, it will take a balanced approach of both celebrating but also criticising the more ugly parts of the industry. If they manage to do this on top of the heartwarming, down-to-earth rags-to-riches success story, then it will truly an excellent anime and a best case scenario.

    However, I'm keeping expectations modest as I'm half-expecting for one or more of these wanted elements not to be present or in a manner that I want it to be presented, given how awful the start of the season has been.
  10. Triple_R
    2014-01-12 18:15
    I'm slowly making my way through the new Winter 2014 season, but at this juncture, you've seen more than I have.

    My carryovers are mostly the same as yours, except I'm admittedly behind on Golden Time and Tokyo Ravens (so, for me, the two I'm most pumped for are Kill La Kill and NagiAsu). Another carryover for me is Samurai Flamenco, as it appeals a lot to my love of superheroes.

    Romance dramas are something I need to be in the right mood for, and I haven't been in the mood for Golden Time lately. I love Tokyo Ravens when it's in the latter stages of a major arc, but its more slower-paced comedy-esque episodes are just Ok to me.

    For the new shows, I'm loving Sakura Trick. I like how the yuri is more clear-cut and sincere in this show than any many supposed yuri shows. Its also incredibly moe in general, in my view.

    I'm also a big Saki fan, so I'm watching the new Saki anime.

    The Pilot's Love Song looks promising, especially with its potential main romance, so that's a keep.

    I can see why some would love D-Frag, but the over-the-top style of comedy it uses usually loses me after awhile. For example, it eventually lost me with Sket Dance, an anime with similar comedy.

    The other shows you specifically mentioned I haven't checked out yet.

    As for shows you didn't mention, I really liked Nobunagun and Buddy Complex. Witchcraft Works and Magical Warfare both show some promise, but after Strike The Blood ended up disappointing me, I'm now a bit more cautious when it comes to magic action shows that remind me of Shana, lol.

    I like having a steady helping of action in my anime diet, and just a side-helping of comedy. Perhaps its the opposite for you?

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    Vancouver, Canada
    Pretentious moe scholarship, computers, PC gaming, brainstorming fantasy novels, animal-eared girls
    Student (professional program, former Political Science major)
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    Mashiro-iro Symphony
    Mawaru Penguin Drum
    Last Exile: Fam, The Silver Wing
    Tamayura: Hitotose
    Mirai Nikki
    Shakugan no Shana Final
    EF: A Tale of Memories/Melodies
    Iriya no Sora, UFO no Natsu
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