Mean Score: 6.18
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Kimetsu no Yaiba: Katanakaji no Sato-hen
May 28, 12:42 PM
Watching 8/? · Scored -
Mar 26, 7:34 AM
Completed 24/24 · Scored 7
Mar 16, 7:32 AM
Completed 12/12 · Scored 5
Mean Score: 6.79
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Mar 11, 3:12 AM
On-Hold 30/30 · Scored 4
Mar 5, 2:09 AM
Reading 97/? · Scored -
Feb 28, 12:05 PM
Completed 176/176 · Scored 7
All Comments (574) Comments
Nikola Tesla was the greatest scientist and human being to ever live and he was Serbian/American scientist. My hero and idol! I loved Steins;Gate:)
I'm from Serbia,thanks for your reply and have a wonderful day!
I didn't watch that anime,but wanted to ask you
1.You just like Nikola Tesla or is he mentioned in the anime?
2.What did you mean "he fathered a child and this child capable of being a poltergeist, has managed to possess someone all this time. "
Are you just joking or was it also in the anime or are you serious? haha:))
'I wish his username would change incrementally by one each time he submits as it's a review we've seen elsewhere probably.' kek
Lol I didn't mind at all, my minimum-effort comment was just a joke but i wouldn't have responded if I didn't actually care lol.
Reviewing is pretty garbage unless you actually care about what you're talking about. I stopped worrying about whatever anime is gonna get me the most helpfuls and exclusively go after the stuff I like a lot that the general community looks down a lot (which is at least one show per season now.) But seasonal anime in general is really bland--I'm working on a video right now about how it's become such a tiring process that's no longer fun for me. I'm gonna try out a bunch of the new stuff, but this season will probably just see me watching older things.
He probably calls himself Stark because all I see in his reviews is a stark nothingness.
Oh wow, I'd never expected you to be the type of person who reads visual novels lol. I'm a fan of the genre, but I've never got around to reading the entire Muv-Luv trilogy because goddamn the first game is slow as molasses LOL. Pretty sure I've already made three separate attempts to read it before dropping. Such a shame really because I've heard so many excellent things about Alternative. Ever17 was my first visual novel ever and I loved every moment of it.
I fully agree with you about the 9S segments. I'm fucking terrible with bullet shooters so I find the higher difficulty hacking games to be tougher than any enemy in the game lmao. Not sure if you've reached the tower by now, but the hacking segments required to unlock the chests in there were easily the most rage-inducing moments in the game. It was the only time I've ever dropped the game to Easy so the cursor can friggin' auto-aim and help me get over the damn thing.
Yep, and A2 is easily the strongest of the androids because of her berserk mode. Don't count on it for the booty thing though because Yoko Taro (the creator) himself admitted to intentionally making 2B sexy. In his own words, "who doesn't like hot girls" and "if you ever make rule 34 pics based on my characters... be sure to share them with me." What a fucking legend xD
LMAO I remember that specific mission in Valkyria Chronicles. Yeah, the fact that you need to utilize an Order does escape the mind of many players. Since you dropped the game, I'm assuming you're not looking forward to the fourth game releasing tomorrow? I'm honestly a huge fan of the series and I'm even more hyped about the fourth game than I was with DQ11 lol.
GoW is surprisingly hard even on the default difficulty. Usually I always crank up the difficulty to the max in RPGs, but I couldn't do it for GoW because even the regular mobs can one-shot you there. "BOI" is a great meme that'll forever live on in the gaming world. I have the game on-hold for some reason, but I'll definitely get back to it once I've finished DQ11 and VC4.
That's definitely a solid list; I agree with it 100%. However, playing Dark Souls Remastered has taught me that O&S is far easier in subsequent playthroughs once you get accustomed to their predictable attacks. Meanwhile, Kos will always be an unpredictable crazy-fast bitch no matter how much you fight him. Because of this, I'd switch those two bosses around.
You're actually correct that DQ11 is as vanilla as it gets; however, Dragon Quest is one of the oldest JRPG franchises ever so the traditional feel of the games is part of their trademark charm. I'm actually a fan of Tales (Vesperia is my all-time favorite JRPG), but even diehard fanboys of the series won't deny that it's nothing more than a cookie-cutter JRPG. Moreover, the newest Tales games have all been utter shit so the franchise is in a bad state right now.
As for Nier, I found the game to be slow in the beginning before gradually evolving into one hell of an experience. It won't ever be a 10/10 game for me simply because I dislike hack-and-slash, but the fact that I found the game to be highly enjoyable despite its genre really tells you something. Btw I read in the video games subforum that you need some kind of motivation to pull through Route B. Well, the best motivation I can give you is that Route C/Route D is the main reason why the game's story received universal praise. Shit really hits the fan and there are enough twists and turns to leave you in awe. The only difference between Route C and Route D is the final battle, so you can just use chapter select later to replay that part from a different perspective. The reason you'll want to complete both Route C and Route D is to unlock the true ending. Furthermore, Route B shouldn't take too long since the enemies don't scale and that you're now decently equipped. Route A/Route B opens the game nicely while Route C/Route D is the true experience.
Lol yeah true, I think it looked like one of the levels in Absolution? I have hazy memories of that game so I kinda forgot.
The Darkbeast is pretty bonkers yeah, but I still think the Chalice Amygdala fight has worse camera angles. The cloudy arena looks dope; in fact, that entire peak was one of my favorites levels of the third game.
Since you beat her fair and square without phantoms, just assume you're not a scrub xD
I did hear about the Souls franchise not being as big of a seller as most AAA games. Dark Souls 3 is the biggest seller in the series and Bamco's most popular product, but it still sold far below the Assassin's Creed and Uncharted games. Because of this, I'm surprised to hear that Seikiro will be exclusively singleplayer as the multiplayer aspect of the Souls games is perhaps the biggest selling point of the series. The game looks extremely fluid and the poise mechanic (blocking at the right time causes enemies to stagger while the opposite causes you to stagger) seems like a great balance of reward and punishment. This is the first time I heard about not being able to level up though... and it turns out you're correct lol. If all this is true, then From wasn't joking when they were claiming that this will be harder than any of the Souls titles. Learning about all this is making me more hyped than ever for the game lmao.
Btw do you have any interest in the Dragon Quest series? I'm picking up the 11th game soon which just got released.