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08-29-14, 10:23 AM
Male
January 18, 1989
Fair Oaks, California
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Anime Stats

Time (Days) 154.2
 
Watching 19
 
Completed 358
 
On Hold 7
 
Dropped 0
 
Plan to Watch 625
 
Total Entries 1009
 

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Manga Stats

Time (Days) 67.2
 
Reading 12
 
Completed 62
 
On Hold 63
 
Dropped 0
 
Plan to Read 525
 
Total Entries 662
 

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About Toddler_Naruto
My name's Ryan, I'm a 25 year old guy, and my favorite anime genres are shounen and shoujo.

As for how I listen to/watch anime, I prefer English Dubs, but I will watch an anime with Japanese voices and English subtitles, if there's no English Dub.

I'm also a gamer, but I only play Action/Adventure, RPG, and Shooter games (all 3 genres must have third-person view).


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My First Job (Finally!)
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My Christmas Haul (2013)
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Toddler_Naruto's Comments
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FacelessVixen | 08-29-14, 5:51 PM
All that everyone here wants to do is talk about games and anime. Not about boobs, or alcohol, or The Black Dahlia Murder, or even their lives. I mean, it wouldn't be a bad idea for Izanagi get get a Twitter account based on his posting style, but talking about the same old shit gets boring after a while.

FacelessVixen | 08-26-14, 10:59 AM
I start school next week. Thank Christ because this site alone is fuckin' boring.

NomenHicInserto | 08-22-14, 8:15 AM
Hi, Ryan. I'm back from my trip. As per your request, I brought souvenirs - a box full of them. *Hands you the cyber box*

Anyway, I see. I hope you enjoy the SMT games as well.

You plan on getting all those games in a mere year? Whoa, okay. Ah, I see. The prices of all PS3 games on your wish list drop by then, though, right?

Oh, okay. I'm not sure if you told me, but where do you live again? It sounds like you don't live in a very big city/town.

My grandmother fell on her face and got pneumonia afterwards. She was in a serious condition, but she made a good recover. I only got to speak to her once, but she wasn't fully conscious/sane at the time.
Oh, is that so? That's great to hear. :)

On a new note, I've replayed two of my favorite games recently, 999 and Ghost Trick, thanks to an efficient DS emulator for Android. Currently playing Professor Layton and the Curious Village. I plan to replay/finish the Ace Attorney series afterwards.

Anything new with you?

FacelessVixen | 08-07-14, 11:20 PM
I was pretty big on Roller Coaster Tycoon in the late 90's early 2000's. But then my PC at the time couldn't run RCT3 so my PC gaming tapered off.

But anyway, there are positives and negatives to both sides. PC games can generally utilize the newest hardware and can perform better than consoles. But consoles as a whole are still the dominant platform for games and still determine the future of the industry. So even though people can post videos and blogs about their PC being more powerful than the current generation consoles, frankly the benchmarks and so on don't mean shit if PC is still an afterthought for most developers. And in that case, console games generally have the smoother frame rates and stability as almost guarantees compared to their PC counterparts.

But with that said, the PC has one great feature that consoles as of late have been losing over the years: backwards compatibility. Because of services like Steam and... well, still having the CD or DVD with the serial key, you buy the game once and you can play it essentially for a lifetime despite how many hardware and software upgrades you make. And if there's a compatibility issue, it can often be fixed with an update from the developers or a mod from the tech savvy community which has a population of amateur programmers and computer engineers who know how to make things work. So I can see the reasoning behind the pride of being a PC gamer who is pretty knowledgeable about games from a technical standpoint, but only to an extent since console gamers can be technically literate as well and just stick with them as a preference for various reasons.

So, long story short; I can see the justifications for ego, but when they excel in their knowledge and skill sets (or at least having a large disposable income), they can often be naive in believing that their opinions are absolute fact, same for the console fanatics who love the emphasize the imperfections and misconceptions about PC gaming.

FacelessVixen | 08-07-14, 9:52 PM
It's more like Elite, Freelancer and Galaxy on Fire; space trading and combat, a genre that I wish I could get more into if I had a more capable PC, or at least knew about those games at their respective release dates. Elite: Dangerous is looking pretty awesome too.

FacelessVixen | 08-07-14, 3:23 PM
So glad that No Man's Sky is coming to PC after the PS4 version. I'm jonsen for a good space sim that isn't overly complicated. Though if I don't have the patience to save up for the PC, I might get a PS4 instead for that, Metal Gear and Destiny. I'm kinda depending on Christmas and my birthday (which is two weeks after) to get a few hundred dollars as disposable income. lol

FacelessVixen | 08-06-14, 2:10 PM
That wouldn't be a bad idea. It's not like you need $1,000 to get into PC gaming these days, not even $800 if you build your own. I recommend the AMD A10-7850K Kaveri APU. Unlike Intel's CPUs, AMD's APUs are built with very capable integrated graphics so you won't have to buy a GPU out of the gate in order to play modern games at playable frame rates. The AMD build I put together on Newegg only costs about $635 at the moment, given that prices and part availability change over time.

Eh. I understand, busted PS3 and all. I've been kinda busy as well; painting a bathroom and other home ownership chores even though I'm still living with my mom. But hey, the closer I get to a bleacher's degree, the sooner I can move out and be on my own.

FacelessVixen | 07-25-14, 5:05 PM
That won't happen for a few more years; well before I'll get my new PC in January. And even if the previous generation of consoles start fazing out sooner than expected, I've had a PS3 and 360 long enough to say that I've played most of the games that I wanted to on those systems.

Besides, I'm not building a PC just for gaming. I need the extra power for video editing and 3D animation as well, so I won't be investing thousands of dollars in both hardware and software just to have the prestige of playing games on their highest settings.

FacelessVixen | 07-24-14, 10:12 PM
I just said that I'll eventually get a PS4, thus will be able to get the PlayStation and some console exclusives. Besides, it's not like those games are going anywhere. Consoles and console games have a pretty long shelf life.

And also, I'm not a pirate. No need too because of Steam sales.

FacelessVixen | 07-24-14, 8:26 PM
Slim chance of me having a console as a primary gaming platform. Sure, the price of entry is pretty steep. But once you're in, you're in. Buying a new console is replaced by buying a new GPU, and there are little to no concerns about backwards compatibility and the other limitations to consoles.

Still, I gotta get Metal Gear 5. So I'll eventually have a PS4 as an alternate in a year or two.

FacelessVixen | 07-24-14, 10:28 AM
Sorry. I'm getting into PC gaming so I woun't be adding anyone to PSN, or XBL for that matter since I soled my 360 a week ago. So, Steam is preferred.

NomenHicInserto | 07-15-14, 11:33 PM
Ohh... I see. Not completely sure of your gaming tastes, but I think you'll like the games. Then again, the ones you have on your wish list may be entirely different from what I'm played.

When do you think you'll get all these games? (Xbox 360 and Wii U) I mean you still have PS3 games on your wish list that you haven't gotten yet. (If I recall correctly)

Okay, then.

Ah, that's too bad. Well, in any case, whenever you get to the movie, do tell me if you like it. You'll probably get to it long before I do, judging from how I'm usually with these things.

Oh, that's good. Sounds like you had fun. ^^ I went to visit my grandma last year (she lives in another country), but I ended up spending very little time with her, and that was at the hospital. It was a fun trip nonetheless.

Speaking of trips, giving you a heads-up: you won't be hearing from me for quite a while. My internet's gone down and I'm going on vacation in two weeks. Don't know when I'll be back, but I'm assuming around the end of August. I'll try my best to respond via mobile, though, so I may still be able to reply to you. We'll see.

NekoLucy | 07-13-14, 7:24 AM
I`m 26 years old but i`m kind of old fashioned when it comes to games i just cant grasp these new games unless theres some like the old rpg type games then i might have a chance lol

FacelessVixen | 07-12-14, 9:34 PM
Unless you plan on editing it afterwards, it isn't really worth it, especially after three or four fuck-ups.

FacelessVixen | 07-10-14, 7:54 PM
Sorry. You kinda got lost in a comment flood. Ripping eight DVDs literally takes a week, longer if you screw up on the settings. And I'm now I'm back to video editing.

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