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  1. Hey, I've been playing Pso2 for a while now and I was wondering if there were any other Angry Army members playing it.
  2. I will open the new studio in between Aliso Viejo, California and Mission Viejo, California near Irvine, California to do translate Japanese games with English text and subtitle. My studio is a subsidiary to my headquarter studio in Phoenix, Arizona. I have few games to make a English subtitle and text from Japan where it's never released outside of Japan. Here it is. 1. Super Robot Wars: Original Generations (with part 1, 2 and 2.5) 2. Super Robot Wars: Original Generation Gaiden (retelling and remake to 2.5 with conclusion) 3. 2nd Super Robot Wars: Original Generation 4. Super Robot Wars: Original Generation - Infinite Battle (plus an Super Robot Wars: Original Generation - Dark Prison which is prequel to 2nd Super Robot Wars: Original Generation) 5. Endless Frontier EXCEED: Super Robot Wars Original Generation Saga 6. Metal Wolf Chaos 7. Phantom Breaker On #1 - #3 are the games were Turn-Based Tactical RPG developed by Banpresto and published by Namco Bandai. There is also an mecha fighting game that similar to Gundam vs. series, well as Virtual On and Final Fantasy Dissidia called Super Robot Wars: Original Generation - Infinite Battle. There is prequel to 2nd Super Robot Wars: Original Generation called Super Robot Wars: Original Generation - Dark Prison with using an same gameplay and engine as 2nd Super Robot Wars: Original Generation. Unfortunately, ATLUS made 2 games plus 1 on Nintendo handhelds (from GBA to DS) were released on North America. So I will release on PSN store after I deal with Namco Bandai and made 5 + 1 games for North America, Europe and Australia. Next, I will make a deal with From Software who made Armored Core series and Dark Souls will starting to develop and translate the Metal Wolf Chaos game. Then Metal Wolf Chaos will be release on Xbox Live Arcade store. But From Software is now owned by Kadokawa. This game is not a controversial, this is epic. Then finally is Phantom Breaker the Japanese fighting game which is cancelled by 7Sixty (the subsidiary to SouthPeak Interactive) on North America. So I will help 7Sixty to restore the game by opening the Kickstarter fund campaign project. So we will release on Xbox Live Arcade store and well as PSN store.
  3. Hey guys i'm AoiKami and i'm an otaku lol. anybody else here that would consider themself as an otaku?
  4. Starting this thread, because, "Hey, why not?" I like Japanese music so I'll just post a random one each day that maybe you can enjoy, hate, or whatever. V/S by Kamiki Aya ($0.99 on Amazon and itunes) Lyrics:
  5. Hi there, well I was just wondering if some people on here do watch the same Anime I am currently watching and if we might have some things we agree on and of course we disagree on some things too. Well anyway, you can leave links behind and of course pictures of the anime you are watching to make your post look more attractive and stuff, please also tell what you think of the Anime and recommend it so other might watch it as well (if we have the same taste for Anime). Well here I go. I am currently watching: Kuroko no Basuke 2 What's it about: It's about Basketbal yeah, if you haven't noticed and it's a great anime I have to say. I was quite skeptical at first because of many people were fanboying it and of course the fangirls... I decided to watch it anyway and it turns out pretty amazing. The movement Is so well done during matches and by adding powers to them (not THAT supernatural) makes it even more enjoyable and entertaining to watch. I'd recommend it because it's so much fun to watch and the story isn't that deep so it's easy to understand what's going on. AniDB rating: 7,3 / 7,5 (Second Season, first seasons sports 25 episodes) AniDB Link: http://anidb.net/perl-bin/animedb.pl?show=anime&aid=8681 My rating: 8 Kyoukai no Kanata (Beyond the Boundary) This anime is better than what it looks like, according to the poster it looks like it revolves around the girl while it's actually about the guy on the right. It's an amazing anime in which they hunt down Phantasms whom drop certain things while they die and they sell them for money. The girl is able to manipulate her blood and create a sword which is epic. the dude is only half Phantasm, he has no powers except for his immortality (although being stabbed still hurts). The effects are awesome in this anime, it's one of the few things that surpised me (probably made me want to watch more). The characters are fun and not particulary boring on stereotypical, so it's enjoyable to keep watching every episode. It's underrated af though but it's definately something enjoyable to watch, I'd recommend it if you're not currently watching something. AniDB rating: 5,8 AniDB Link: http://anidb.net/perl-bin/animedb.pl?show=anime&aid=9518 My Rating: 7 Monogatari Series: Second Season Another awesome installment in the series (4th anime show?). If you know it already or have seen any of the previous series you know it's good. It doesn't focus on the main character that much it's more focussing on the other characters around the main, BUT it's still very entertaining to watch! and I'd recommend the entire series if you haven't watching any of it yet. This is the latest series so you might wanna go and see Bakemonogatari first which is based on the Light Novel. This series is based on the other Light Novels. It's a compliation of story-related stuff to the other characters and it makes you understand them more (of course), it seems to continue the events of Bakemonogatari so I guess it could be considered a Sequel. AniDB Rating: 8,1 AniDB Link: http://anidb.net/perl-bin/animedb.pl?show=anime&aid=9183 My Rating: 8
  6. "Ys Origin is a Japanese action role-playing game developed and published by Nihon Falcom for Microsoft Windows in 2006." (Wikipedia, November 2013) I've played this RPG for 45 hours on the hardest of the 5 difficulties (nightmare, hard, normal, easy, very easy) with "Hugo" (1 of 3 characters) and completed it by level 52. I found the story to be a run-of-the-mill "good guy wants power, turns evil temporarily, and repents through the power of friendship/love". I'm generally not the type of guy to delve into, and enjoy, the story of a game very much anyways, so I didn't mind it. In fact, considering that I look for "great gameplay" in games, and what type of gameplay I'll tend to go for, I would practically expect a story to be "the usual" in a game (not to say I haven't enjoyed original stories). I don't know how the story goes with the other 2 characters, since I haven't played them yet. This game, played with a top-down camera angle, plays kinda like a shooter when Hugo is the chosen character, as his attacks revolve around shooting magic missiles straight ahead of him. After a quick test run, the other 2 characters appear to revolve around close-range melee combat. On the hardest difficulty level, the bosses offer such a challenge that you'll find yourself grinding a lot, just to gain that extra level or two and be able to defeat the boss at all (and even then, your battle strategy better be near perfect). This game has some simple puzzle-solving, if you can even call it that. You'll find yourself having to press buttons, defeat certain enemies, obtain and use items/skills, and so on. I did enjoy the challenging gameplay, but it would get frustrating at times with bosses, and also 1 time with a certain enemy that can practically insta-kill you (but that you'll still have to deal with). The only thing to do there is keep looking around for equipment and the like, and grind in special spots to gain levels. If you want to know how nice the graphics look, just "You-Google-Tube" some gameplay footage on the game. And while you're at it, check out the soundtrack for it as well. It's pretty awesome. As of this post, the game is $19.99 USD on Steam and I'd say it's worth the price if you love to spend many hours on a challenging "battle-grind" RPG. If it turns-out that you love the game, then you may also love "Ys: The Oath in Felghana", which follows a similar gaming style. You may want to avoid Ys I & II though, which has your main attack revolve around ramming into enemies (like in Hydlide), which ruins any sense of "gameplay" (at least in my opinion). Feel free to give your own thoughts on the game or the game series.
  7. Been noticing people talking more about anime all the time, so why not Manga? Currently i'm reading quite a few Beelzebub, Claymore, Berserk (if they would come out with new chapters every once in a while), D. Gray man, Magi and Magi: Sinbad no Bouken, one piece, toriko, vinland saga, Vagabond, mpd psycho, mushishi, cyber blue, and trigun. There's alot of manga i love, these ^ and: xxxholic, Fist of the northstar, Ranma 1/2, Furuba, Rurouni Kenshin, yu yu hakusho, azumanga Diaoh, Franken Fran and many more. Also feel free to recommend any manga you think people would like or hate