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MG20010604 May 25, 12:45 PM
ok because too much comments
neamhnaid Mar 30, 7:19 AM
ive never seen better bnh review than yours great job !:)
SunlitSonata Jan 26, 1:07 PM
Yeah…………..it’s pretty clear Sunshine was rushed. I like being in the vibe of the game a lot more than actually doing the objectives. It holds well visually for an 18 year old game, the camera was definitely improved from 64 and the movement controls WITH FLUDD can be very fun to play around with. But I swear one of the hardest parts was literally just moving up on a rotating gear praying you won’t slip off into the death pits, or getting the chucksters to not throw you to the death pits.

I do get Galaxy being too easy (I died a lot as a kid but during a recent replay I got 99 lives before the halfway point), but I think the level design is excellent and a significant step up from Sunshine’s and for a new player like you, is constantly surprising. It’s a very zen game to play for me. So many levels have distinctive atmospheres and soundtracks while still tied to the general space theming.

Out of curiosity how many stars did you get in each game? When replaying 64 and Galaxy, I got every Star but for Sunshine I got to Corona Mountain, got 100 and that’s it. If you hate the game now imagine 100%-ing it. Two of the most busted sections (the Pachinko machine and the lily pad in poison water) are optional challenges. The Blue Coins, what with them being scattered in individual areas with no tracker of how many are in a particular level/mission, really inflate the Shine tally, and unlike Mario 64 where you can do almost any mission to gather the 100 coin star and still complete the level, some Sunshine missions don’t even have 100 coins to get so you can have 80 in your inventory with no choice but to exit the level, and even if you do get 100 you’re booted out of the level. Also Sunshine forcing you to do the first seven missions in every world to reach the end, rather than 64 and Galaxy letting the player choose which 60-70 stars you want, is a comparative sore spot. Galaxy lets you replay the game as Luigi if you do the final boss again with every star, but Sunshine just leaves you a shitty postcard. Intend to buy 3D World + Bowser's Fury? That game has a ton of content and I really doubt you played the original on Wii U.

Danganronpa 2 is my favorite of the series since I think as a whole it has the strongest individual characters and cases, but most fans agree that Case 3 is easily the worst one, just like in V3; thankfully the quality rises after that in the second half of the game. The Danganronpa 3 anime follows off of the first two games, in two series meant to be watched as they aired. The reception to this anime is……………….mixed to say the least, but V3 doesn’t directly follow off the endings of the first two games.


Breath of the Wild is a game that’s very much up to your own decision, presumably in response to Skyward Sword never letting your hand go for hours upon hours, but something that really helped make a statement. Health or Stamina, the sidequests, weapons, Shrines, Divine Beast storylines, the memories, whether you even want the Master Sword? So much of it is organic game design that lets you make choices and discover things with your eyes. The difficulty curve is in reverse for the most part aside from a few specific challenges but building yourself up to that point when you’re ready to tackle Hyrule Castle will still take work and involve getting into risky battles for high tier equipment.
DsMasterBR Nov 25, 2020 11:26 AM
Heyo Bubbles! Happy birthday!
Ashhk Nov 25, 2020 4:39 AM
Happy birthday! :D
SunlitSonata Oct 27, 2020 3:04 PM
Still in college for two more semesters. Over the summer I’m potentially getting an internship at a company my uncle holds a high position in, so right now I’m just trying to finish it off.

That's a fair point to make. I mean, I don't intend to stop recommending She-Ra to people, since I personally found a lot to admire in it, it lacks the easily seeable acclaim as something like Avatar or Gravity Falls (as in I love those too, but most people know those) and I think some of my other friends I’m suggesting it to might like it more than you. But just because it stuck to me doesn’t mean it’ll stick to everyone. While I've seen more than enough genuinely awful anime I have contempt for, there are numerous anime series I’ve watched that I can acknowledge are generally well-made, well-plotted and accomplished the goals they sought out to do, but they didn’t stick with me. I even acknowledge on Anilist that a couple of the shows I gave really high scores to aren’t in my favorites because they didn’t stick with me as much as the ones I chose, but they are well-made enough to give them props. At least you found things to like and could appreciate. It's not like I pushed say, RWBY on you. You'd probably find loads of things to object to there, even beyond the animation quality, and many things that last the entire series.

Good luck getting a Switch back in order. Hope for the best.

I only had very vague memories of seeing a few episodes of Teen Titans on Cartoon Network as a kid, but given how it’s still in conversation years after, I thought I’d buy the complete series to see, and the results for the most part were mostly pretty good and occasionally real great.

Followed now!

PS: When you said Hordak in the last message did you mean to say Horde Prime? Because Hordak himself lowkey had a pretty solid character arc and his relationship with Entrapta was pleasantly surprising for me.
SunlitSonata Oct 17, 2020 3:37 PM
Side note, I just finished all of the original Teen Titans, and for the most part, I liked it a lot.
Sure, Season 1 has a couple hokey episodes, Season 3's plot arc isn't very good or engaging, and Things Change is completely unnecessary to everything (the show could've ended one episode earlier and no one would have complained) but the rest of the show ranged from pretty enjoyable excitement to genuine investment around Season 2 and 4's plot arc. Lot of creative episodes, fun character moments and mostly exciting action. It really should have ended at Season 4, since I think that was the most definitive ending with the highest stakes. Season 5 was still my third favorite for its tighter plot and focus on side characters, even if the emotional drive is a bit flimsier. Slade's a pretty awesome villain that sells every line, and Trigon has a fitting menace, but other plot villains (as in, not the episodic ones) like Brother Blood and the Brotherhood of Evil were comparatively bland/detached, except Madame Rogue, she's a neat villain, highlighted in one of the show's best episodes "Trust". Other favorites included How Long is Forever, Betrayal/Aftershock, Haunted, Bunny Raven and The End.
SunlitSonata Oct 13, 2020 8:01 PM
She-Ra

And Breaking Bad is pretty sublime and only gets better and better with every season so yeah great choice. Hilariously my roommates and another MAL friend are watching it at the same time! So many iconic moments and excellent character coalescing. When you get to The Fly episode you’ll have to decide whether you think it’s one of the show’s best or worst.

It’s possible to transfer save data through profiles if you have another Switch. Or, you could just, temporarily buy their online service so you can get your save data back through the cloud via signing back into your Nintendo account. If you don’t have to immediately trade in your old one for a new one, you can use this method below. I got a model in early 2017 and have been lucky that drift has rarely affected me, as I’ve used the Pro Controller more often than not. Sunshine is an interesting game; curious to see where you'll stand (just really don't go for 100%) On Mario 64, Bowser's final fight may not be great, but I think the final level, Bowser in the Sky, is fantastic. Sadly Sunshine's final level is surprisingly bad, but the rest of the worlds are nice to run around in.
https://en-americas-support.nintendo.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/27394/~/how-to-transfer-user-and-save-data

Crash 4 isn’t on Steam yet, but given N.Sane Trilogy is on there and Activision loves money, it’ll probably only be a matter of time. Of those gimmick levels you mentioned, the only one that returns in Crash 4 is the jetski for portions of two stages, but it works more like the Crash 2’s Hang Eight level than the ones Coco got entire levels for.
SunlitSonata Oct 12, 2020 9:40 AM
Thoughts on Crash Bandicoot 4 now that I've "finished" it. I definitely liked the game a lot; clearly tons of love and passion for it. But trying to get the collectibles can be incredibly straining if you chose to do so.
SunlitSonata Sep 21, 2020 6:11 PM
SunlitSonata Sep 19, 2020 10:53 AM
On the downside, I finished the newest SAO season and sadly didn’t like it very much. It had its highs, but there was too much wasted potential and frustrating aspects to like it further:
https://myanimelist.net/reviews.php?id=356516

On the upside, we’re finally getting Progressive adapted!
https://mobile.twitter.com/zerods_/status/1307340564304736257
I’ve read four of the books at this point, and while they’re far from perfect, they’re better enough compared to the original Aincrad that if Progressive was the original SAO anime that came out in 2012, the backlash would be nowhere near as severe.
SunlitSonata Sep 17, 2020 9:42 PM
You'll be happy to hear Double Trouble is barely in season 5; biggest part they had in the show is done. That being said,
Hope you enjoy Season 5! I think the series ends at its best.

BTW, while it’s far from everything I could tell you if I had my set with me, this one channel made videos on a few developmental points from the Gravity Falls Director’s Commentary on the series Blu-Ray. Interesting to hear about thorough creative process:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiYY0dpXFNOM36e4ZualP45fCSwB5yxn0

I really do think that Disney’s TV animation department is their best chance for actual creatives to accomplish things, followed by their primary film animation studio. They went into a 4 billion worth Star Wars trilogy with no plan and the one time they let a creative try something, they backpedaled like mad. Pixar‘s original films over the last decade have generally rocked it but had mixed results with followups. The live action remakes suck out the heart of their animated originals in favor of hollow pseudo-wokeness. The live action TV shows have been in a rut for what feels like decades; so vapid that no one has any real discussion on them. Sure, Star’s final season didn’t go down well and Pickle and Peanut exists, but the record has been otherwise remarkable. Plus the DuckTales reboot and Amphibia. Even more middling efforts like Penn Zero still have a decent amount of vision to them. Also that’s Alex Hirsch playing King. He’s the guy who made Gravity Falls, and in addition to Bill Cipher, he also voices Soos, Grunkle Stan and several miscellaneous characters throughout.

The HD ports give you the option to remove the tank controls if you don’t want them; if you’re just emulating the GameCube version, sadly you can’t. Feel you on Bioshock 2. Sure, the gameplay is improved, but when your story has far less to say, your level design wholly reused and you prioritize point protection missions for the good ending, it’s not a great look. I did bring Infinite with me to college; thinking of playing it for the first time when done with AI The Somnium Files + Crash 4.

Damn. 3D Mario Collection is practically uncharted territory for you. Sick feeling. None of the games are that long, but by the end of them all I’ll be curious which one you think is best. All three games in the collection are genre pioneering classics, but each game has certain areas they’re better or worse in.
SunlitSonata Sep 6, 2020 6:16 PM
That’s a completely fair point to make. Not everyone connects to everything else emotionally, and it’s not always easy to quantify that critically. I’ve felt certain things for multiple series, anime, cartoon, video games and live action stuff, but can also understand on a general level whether that emotion connection is actually integrated well. While I definitely prefer Gravity Falls by a longshot for what its goals were and general creativity in its episodes more, I really appreciate She-Ra for its strong character focus, very organized plot pacing with an ensemble cast, willingness to give characters depth on multiple sides of a conflict, a tone that solidly mixes offbeat and dramatic, as well as cohesive development narratively and thematically across its 5-season run. Season 4 definitely gets heavier as it goes and Season 5 I think is the show at its best, so I hope you’ll at least be able to appreciate the show for what it does well regardless of hitting you. This is a good companion piece after the ending that helps present how well certain aspects tie together (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uev-yywlBug&feature=youtu.be). Double Trouble is a “them” actually; they’re non-binary and even the villains respect it. They feel to me like if you mixed Kimblee’s personality with Envy’s powerset from Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood. Also getting one of the best scenes of the season; I’m sure you’ll understand which one it is by the time you finish. They are a massive chaotic neutral, but I’ll just say Double Trouble is huge into knife twisting.

It’s such a bummer! Wander was just demonstrating the capacity to put out amazing episodes consistently, and then it gets canned! Episodes like The Robomechabotatoron seemed to suggest that the four leads were supposed to grow even further, but it’s dead now. Disney only aired 18% of it on its main channel! Still; Wander will hopefully go down as a beloved cult classic, an aesthetically sublime tribute to classic squash-and-stretch cartoon style from a creator who’s cut his teeth in the industry for years. If you think of The Night/The Day as the final episode, the show never ends!

You can really see the Gravity Falls influence, in a good way. Owl House’s first season presented a very good show full of charm; I like it more than most of anime isekais and magic high schools. Luz is a lovable container of spunky energy and as similar as Eda is to Grunkle Stan, she works great in the context of the more magical setting; the show does a nice job gradually revealing things about her even in the space of one season. Amity has very nice character development in each of her appearances. Like with Wander, the end of the season will definitely leave a hole in your heart, but luckily, it got a second season confirmed before the first even aired! So we’ll be stuck waiting only 10-ish months instead of…………....never. Hurts even more for Venture Bros fans....that seriously sucks to wait nearly two years for a new season only for it to be cancelled from TV.

I’ve played REmake before. It, RE4 and RE5 are the three Resident Evil games I’d played before. Remake is really strong and very replayable. I played it twice, once as Jill and once as Chris. Chris is inherently the harder mode so I’d actually recommend playing his campaign on a lower difficulty and Jill’s on a higher difficulty. RE4 is a greatly produced adventure campfest while REmake is a smaller game but THE way to revive a benchmark.

What’s your history with playing 3D Marios? If you’ve never played one or any of them, yes, ABSOLUTELY BUY, it’s an incredible package with some of the tightest 3D games ever designed, especially for getting the elusive Mario Sunshine. These games are classics! That said, I intend to ask for it as a holiday gift, mainly because I’d already replayed Sunshine recently and want to save up for a few new upcoming titles. Galaxy is one of the games I’ve replayed the most; it’s very special to me, and I even got Charles Martinet to sign my copy. Haven’t touched the original Mario 64 in the longest time, and never without an emulator, so that’ll be the one I hop to the most. If you play them, I’d recommend doing it in release order.
SunlitSonata Aug 30, 2020 1:43 PM
It still hurts me thinking of Catra’s story. Not necessarily because I have the personal experience of being the scapegoat in a cycle of abuse, or her strong voice acting, but thinking how most series would never go into that much detail on the subject, let alone a show aimed at kids. She takes extreme actions and goes forward with every wrong choice, but there’s this genuine hurt to her, aiming for the validation she never received while wanting to believe no one has power over her. But she’s her own worst enemy. Given how many tributes people have made to her character, or essays on the PoP reddit from people who were in a similar position to her, I think the efforts paid off. Not to say Scorpia doesn’t deserve better for being so supportive. My cousin and another friend who watched She-Ra both said Scorpia was their favorite. As mentioned before, Entrapta also speaks to me while still being funny and adorkable and a consistent personality.

Without spoiling anything, I think Season 4 takes a more interesting turn with the Best Friends Squad. Angella doesn’t come back; the impact of that death sticks. There’s more about Horde Prime later, but I appreciate the early setup. When you don’t do that, or do it too late, it tends to make the story come off as lazily contrived and stupid (hi Rise of Skywalker!).

Glad you’re liking Wander Over Yonder. The animation becomes even better in Season 2, and even as things become more driven there’s plenty of wacky plots. For all the shows that want to feel like classic cartoons nowadays, I think it’s the best one. It did get cut short, but thankfully the ending is still satisfying. Speaking of Disney cartoons, I watched the first season of The Owl House. It was pretty good, felt like it really wanted to recapture Gravity Falls mixed with Little Witch Academia, although given the way certain aspects were handled, I think it needs future seasons to validate its choices and become great.

You don’t see that character I was thinking of until the end of DR1. And moreso in the Danganronpa 3 prequel anime.
DiscoMilf Aug 30, 2020 12:07 PM
If you're not gonna allow comments on your profile, I'm not gonna leave yours on mine lmao. Guy makes an alt literally today and expects me to take him seriously, as if it isn't blatantly obvious he has an account but is too afraid to talk to me on that one. This guy is too good