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Anime Stats
Days: 264.7
Mean Score: 5.94
  • Total Entries1,133
  • Rewatched0
  • Episodes15,537
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Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon: Sailor Stars
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon: Sailor Stars
Yesterday, 1:35 AM
Watching 15/34 · Scored -
Jewelpet Twinkle☆: Hohoemi no Niji ni Dokki☆Doki!
Jewelpet Twinkle☆: Hohoemi no Niji ni Dokki☆Doki!
Jun 12, 10:22 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 7
Jewelpet Twinkle☆
Jewelpet Twinkle☆
Jun 12, 9:14 AM
Completed 52/52 · Scored 7
Manga Stats
Days: 61.9
Mean Score: 6.62
  • Total Entries188
  • Reread0
  • Chapters11,141
  • Volumes1,104
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Jun 23, 12:15 PM
Reading 60/162 · Scored -
Blade of the Immortal
Blade of the Immortal
Jun 22, 9:13 PM
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Initial D
Initial D
Jun 22, 9:39 AM
Completed 719/719 · Scored 8


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Zeta-Astacion Yesterday, 4:10 AM
I'm done with Patlabor tv series and i really love it!
I'm gonna watch Patlabor The News Files next then gonna watch those 2 movies.
CureCloud Jun 23, 9:53 AM
Yeah, Sailor Moon's action is almost non-existent. It's strength is mainly in its comedy and 90s charm. Precure is a much more well-rounded series, and I think that's a big reason I prefer it. It's got a little bit of everything.

Tuxedo Mask being voiced by Furuya and basically spending 80% of his time coming in hot to shit on Usagi is a big reason I still mainly like the first season the most. I can't believe they changed his voice actor for Crystal...
CureCloud Jun 22, 11:52 PM
It was actually the first anime I ever watched, way back when it first aired in the US. I never really watched all of it, but it was kind of a guilty pleasure for me as a kid.

I only got back into it about 3 years ago after I started watching Precure due to renewed interest in magical girls, but I've been slowly going through it since.
Seyfert Jun 22, 1:49 AM
Did you copy/paste the HTML of backloggery? I wish that site had some sort of import function.
Echelon Jun 20, 4:34 PM
I'd love to play some of the Mist games someday. Probably as standard and vanilla as it gets for point and click adventure games, but I would have the essentials covered! lol. I did have Shivers 2 as a kid though and played that a lot, could never beat it though. It was pretty cool though. It's a genre I'm still not sure on but I want to check some games out. Same with games like Civilization. I've never played those types of games, but I wonder what I would think... I always love the base building aspects of RTS's, so maybe it's a genre of gold just waiting for me. lol, I've always been more of a console guy though.
Echelon Jun 20, 10:57 AM
Yeah it sounded like it, are you mostly just a RPG gamer?

Maybe you'd have some input on these, this is my PS2 backlog... for whatever reason I kind of fell off of JRPG's during the PS2 gen. So outside of like Final Fantasy X, Xenosaga, and the Suikoden series, I have a lot of catching up to do. I've researched these a fair bit and hear from friendly sources they're good, so I'll have to get to them sometime:

Arc the Lad Twilight of the Spirits
Dragon Quest 8
Galerians Ash
King's Field 4
Megaman X Command Mission
Persona 4
Rogue Galaxy
Shadow Hearts
Shadow Hearts Covenant
Shin Megami Tensei Digital Devil Saga
Shin Megami Tensei Digital Devil Saga 2
Shin Megami Tensei Nocturne
Unlimited Saga
Valkyrie Profile 2

I'm a big fan of sprite work though, kind of like my love for classic anime. So I think no matter what I'll always love 16bit/PSX era JRPG's the most, but there's definitely a lot of newer stuff I need to check out.
Echelon Jun 19, 5:18 PM
I was happy to see the shmup elements are still there in Nier 2 with that boss, that was such a crazy combination in the first game and it worked really well. The combat itself was the weakest link, but I didn't mind it. Platinum will probably make that improved though. I guess the creator claims it'll have an "ultra happy ending", we'll see about that. lol

Yeah I'll give Origin a shot next time. I wish I wasn't so picky about ARPG's. I think Secret of Mana, Seiken Densetsu 3, and Secret of Evermore ruined the genre for me haha. I think those have basically the best battle system ever and I never get tired of them. Definitely some top favorites, Evermore being the weaker link for sure... but it still has the same mechanics that I love.

I've been playing through Quake 1 and 2 myself lately, pretty damn fun and they hold up really well. I was a fan of 2 back in the day, but had a hard time getting into 1 until now. Other than that I'm playing Bayonetta 2 on the side, it's pretty good but I think Ninja Gaiden 1 (Xbox) and Devil May Cry 3 are the kings of the hack and slash action genre for me. Kind of a shame the genre died out and everyone copied the more boring God of War style instead, lol...
SSJLuffy Jun 19, 12:53 PM
Added you on Backloggery. I've played more games than it says I have, I'm just kinda lazy.
SSJLuffy Jun 19, 12:40 PM
Maybe I'll pickup a few Atelier games once I start running low on JRPGs, but for now I guess I'm good. There's so many to check out, actually there's so many games in general. It seriously is a great time to be a gamer, the classics are easier to get ahold of then ever and the games I add to my want list is endless.

Along with starting FFIV I'm also planning on re-playing Fallout 4 to check out a different quest-line and Ocarina of Time. I also need to finish Borderlands at some point, I've been slowly playing that game for like 3 years haha.

Thanks for the recommendations, A Link to the Past is on my list of shame because as an avid gamer and Zelda fan I've NEVER played it beyond the first dungeon.
Echelon Jun 17, 7:10 PM
Phantasia was pretty cool from what I played, I don't know why I stopped on this one. Symphonia I got the furthest in and have good memories of. Destiny I didn't get very into because the encounter rate was crazy. And Graces F was fine, but the cooking system was really heavily integrated to the point of annoyance, it was a lot of micromanagement after like every battle, just got really tiresome after awhile having to constantly manage that and skill progression in between everything. So for the most part I'm kind of a small fan of the series, but I have yet to play one that I've beaten, when I usually beat everything I play lol.

Phantasia does look amazing though, but at that point I could just play Seiken Densetsu 3... ;)

Yeah I'm admittedly not a huge Y's fan, I just think it's cool the next one is coming to PS4. The bump system was terrible haha, I just tried playing some of those more recently. Ark was probably the one I liked the most and I hear really good things about Origin.

I think Nier 2 will be promising since I think it's the same key staff behind it, the composer, and combined with Square's budget and Platinum Games developing it, it almost seems too good to be true. They put this video up the other day, I'm really impressed:
Echelon Jun 17, 3:54 PM
Curiosity kills that cat with LR haha...

Yeah all PS games thesedays have to have trophies. I heard good things about the Steam release of Valkyrie Chronicles, I'm not sure how the PS4 version compares but I bet it's awesome too. I saw a friend play a bit years ago when it was new and it looked awesome. I guess it worked out that I still haven't gotten it in this case, so I'll get the PS4 version sometime.

Dang, I thought Star Ocean 2 was pretty long? I never beat it for some reason. I keep trying to get into the Tales games but never beat any of them, which bugs me. Namely because the characters/plots are so basic. I'm a bigger fan of sci-fi though by a lot, so I think instead of trying another Tales someday, I'll get the new Star Ocean instead. Hopefully it's cool. That's true about tri-ace storylines though haha. There's also the next Y's game and Nier 2 coming to PS4. I'm just happy that JRPG's seem to be finally making it back to consoles a bit more here and there again.
SSJLuffy Jun 17, 11:46 AM
Randomly clicked on your profile and saw in your Backloggery that you're playing an Atelier game. How is that series? Out of nowhere I'm in a JRPG mood. I just finished Chrono Trigger and I'm trying to decide what to go with next. I think it'll be Final Fantasy 4 since I've never played that one.
Echelon Jun 15, 3:19 PM
I personally liked XIII-2 quite a bit. Serah is a much more likeable character to me and the Noel dude was cool as well, then it had an actual recurring villain that was interesting, unlike XIII. The gameplay is opened up from the start basically, so you can customize away. The game doesn't have a main party like XIII, so the third slot is usually filled up by monsters. I can't remember how long it takes to get one, but it shouldn't be long at all. The format of the game is weird with the time travel thing, and revisiting some levels... but all around I really enjoyed it. More great music and all. Think I had 30-40 hours or something.

I couldn't finish LR. I hate Lightning, they bring back Hope to make him be your main guide (who wants that?), and the MMO-ish styled questlines and nonapparent main plot killed it for me. Also the time limit day cycle thing was really bad, doors and whatnot are completely locked out unless you get to areas at a specific time. It was just a nuisance. The battle system seemed cool, but everything else was so bad I just couldn't bring myself to keep going. Only got like 10 hours in or something.

I'm hoping the new Star Ocean is good. I'll check that out sometime probably. I'll get Valkyrie Chronicles remastered. I might check out Persona 5 for my first, I have some friends that love those. I haven't been playing RPG's in awhile lately, just some old FPS's and some action games like Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 and Bayonetta 2 which have all been fun. I'm pretty stocked up on some good PS2 JRPG's, my PS2 backlog is kind of big haha. I'll have to get to them sometime.
Cure_Inazuma Jun 11, 1:42 PM
I see. Well, I don't mind me some drama and bad CG, so I'm still willing to give it a shot. The same people complaining about Frontier also complained about Valvrave, which I thought was thoroughly entertaining because of its drama and silliness. And I can't see Alto being any worse than Hikaru. Looking forward to it after enjoying Delta so much.

Don't forget to watch the Ina11 movies too. The first one starts out as kind of a recap, but once it steps into more original territory, it's really fun. The Go movie isn't recap at all and it's pretty hype too.

W? I often see some people call it their favorite Heisei and it has an interesting premise of two riders sorta combining into one when they henshin. From the clips I've seen, it's super STYLISH and the main characters are fashionable as hell. I don't think that's a bad choice to watch next at all. Though Kuuga, Agito, and Ryuki are also really good. Ryuki in particular.

AAAAH. I really wanted to watch some more Kamen Rider after Shinkenger, but you're seriously making me want to watch Ultraman! I'll probably watch Nexus next.
Cure_Inazuma Jun 11, 11:45 AM
Ah right, I vaguely remember playing one of them, Last Raven I think, and having trouble figuring out how to control the mech. Uah, they look so cool though. And Armored Core 3 seems to be one of the few PS2 games I can't run on my PC. It's unfair.

I've heard some pretty poor opinions on Frontier lately, mostly complaining about everyone being moody and there being lots of drama in comparison to Delta. I'm okay with some drama, but I hope it's not like, Mari Okada levels of melodrama. I was planning on starting it after Destiny.

I thought the initial premise of soccer overlords with "No Fun Allowed" policies was so silly yet taken so seriously that it was actually really entertaining, but I can see why it would be kind of a drag. I was also highly anticipating the point where they leave the drama behind and go full SOCCA YAROZE. Believe me when I say that if you thought Go's stands were goofy, you will be absolutely blown away by Chrono Stone. I don't want to spoil anything, but it goes to such extreme levels of goofiness you may have your jaw drop.