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Thomas_JCG

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  1. You are the one that started to call me a fanboy, and when I pointed that you were being hostile, you just deleted the whole thing and want to give me a sermon on how to behave? Also, what facts? This is something I asked several times, but you never gave any, instead you just considered your opinion as a fact. Case in point: You would take and F if "What is a filler?" was a question on your final exams. No wonder this forum is dying. It is impossible to get a discussion. I created an account just to download some stuff, but decided to become a regular poster because the forum looked nice. Guess I was wrong. Consider me a inactive member from now one. Ban me if you please.
  2. Not really sure why he is on a asylum in the first place. Was he locked down because nobody believed he had an Iron Fist? Because nobody believed he was the heir of the Rand fortune? Definitely something to see.
  3. I would, the place where I get the rips is off the air temporally. I know what a filler is, I watch Pokémon since I was a kid, I've seen more filler than the common man could endure. My comment was about how I don't consider those episodes "filler". They do move the plot forward because Rokuro and Benio relationship is a huge part of the plot. Sure, there were some VERY stagnant episodes like episode 3, whose entire plot was Mayura's... Plot. But most of them focused on core relationships or introducing new characters that are going to be important later on. That kind of development can't be considered a filler. Since when that's a rule? Where it is written that anime should adapt around 2 chapters per episode? Game of Thrones has run out of books to adapt and still is a smashing success, isn't? Why can't a show take a more leisure pace? Also, just for future reference, the character name is Kinako. And while he is a unnecessary addition, he hardly damages the show. Sometimes he can be a bit intrusive, but it is nowhere near Jar Jar Binks levels of abominable.
  4. More news about this film, courtesy of Variety: "Legendary Entertainment has won the rights to a Pokémon movie and is partnering with the Pokémon Company to launch the first live-action Pokemon film franchise with a “Detective Pikachu” movie. Legendary said details are being kept under wraps but added that the film will be fast-tracked for production to start in 2017." For those who don't remember, this is the trailer for the Detective Pikachu game, released on Japan back in February:
  5. Filler? What filler? They focused heavily on characters on this first part of the show (and that's something I appreciate). We get to see the blossoming of the relationship between the two protagonists and several key characters are introduced. And it's not like the story was stagnant, as they explained everything about the protagonists past and motivations and presented their foes and future challenges. Also, you gave up before the fight against Kamui, which was awesome.
  6. Tanis, buddy, you are literally raining on our parade.
  7. First announced back in 2013, the new installment on one of the most acclaimed franchises had its full review on E3, dubbed "Breath of the Wild". This time, the game takes place in an open world environment, allowing free exploration. Link now has the ability to jump and climb up almost any surface. By exploring the environment, Link can find various weapons, including melee weapons, shields, and bows, as well as clothing and food items that can be eaten or cooked to restore health. Weapons break after excessive use. Throughout the game, Link possesses a piece of technology known as the Sheikah Slate, which provides players with a map and allows Link to create waypoints and investigate enemy stats. By discovering various runes, the Sheikah Slate can be upgraded with various powers, including creating bombs, controlling objects with magnetism, and stopping time around objects and enemies. Breath of the Wild also supports multiple amiibo, including Wolf Link from Twilight Princess and at least three new figurines have been revealed based on the new game. The game is scheduled for a 2017 release for the Wii U and the upcoming console NX. The Plot: Link awakens from a deep sleep, and a mysterious voice guides him to discover what has become of the ruined Kingdom of Hyrule. Link meets an old man and learns from him that 100 years prior, a great evil known as the Calamity Ganon (A fog-like beast) appeared and laid waste to Hyrule. Unable to be defeated, it was sealed within Hyrule Castle while the ruins of the land were ravaged by nature over time. Although trapped, the Calamity Ganon has continued to grow in power, and Link must defeat it before it breaks free and destroys the world. The Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rPxiXXxftE The Official Site (Pre-order is available) http://e3.nintendo.com/games/the-legend-of-zelda-breath-of-the-wild-wii-u/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Breath of the Wild was easily the best game of this E3. The visual is absolutely gorgeous and the gameplay is amazing. The decision to switched to a open world survival was interesting but welcomed, as it adds a lot of potential and freshens up the franchise. I'm a huge fan of this franchise, and can't wait to be able to play. I'm very curious about where in the timeline this game sits.
  8. P.T. is the Playable Teaser (Seen below) for the now cancelled Silent Hills. Resident Evil 7 looks a lot like it, in my opinion, and similar horror games like Outlast. Resident Evil is a shooter with survival horror on it, and not some "walk around disarmed and get scared by ominous effects" game.
  9. I used to get my episodes from Twin Star Exorcists and most anime from Horriblesubs because they were the only ones I could easily find in 1080p.
  10. Looks more like P.T. than Resident Evil. While it seems like a smart move to cash on first-person scary game, I have to wonder if this change in tone will be beneficial or not to the franchise in the long run.
  11. Grant Gustin (the dude in red suit) just confirmed next season will be an adaptation of Flashpoint.
  12. I didn't liked it. It is just too loud and over the top. Feels more like a video made for Youtube than anime, and the short runtime only reforces that. Oh well, opinions.
  13. And now that season 2 is over, can we all agree that it was a literal train wreck? It started nicely enough, everything was on the track to be about exploring alternate dimensions. That was perfectly fitting considering how season 1 was filled with time traveling. Then they hit a bump on the rail with the ridiculous revelation about Zoom's identity. Clearly they tried to emulate the first season big reveal about Wells (Or Eobard Thawne) being the Reverse-Flash, except that in that case it made perfect sense. Zoom's identity was not only utter nonsense, his origin story was even worse, they just made a excuse to justify his crimes that looked so artificial that it was downright unbelievable. After that, the whole plot/train went of the track, rolled over and catched fire. Zoom's never explained his reasons, Barry gives his powers to a serial killer that he could defeat, a lot of villains like Reverb and Black Siren were just tossed on the screen without adding anything, the locations were seriously reduced (why on Earth the police is taking refuge on a coffee shop? There is only one precinct in the whole city?) and character development was extremely rushed (Iris is dating her editor on one episode and on the very next she is melting for Barry, Barry makes peace with losing his mother one episode only to lose his father in the next, etc). And then there is the ending. The only train metaphor I can come up that mirrors that baffling ending would be if another train saw the first train wreck and kept going until it hit it and also exploded. Barry suffered from excessive dumbness this whole season, but saving his mother and destroying the whole show timeline takes the cake. That could have worked in the comics as a way to reboot the continuity, but come on guys, this is still SEASON 2! What kind of show needs a reboot after just two years? Some may think of this as a way to put out the fires, but does someone truly believes they won't screw up again? I already gave up on Arrow, and I'm more than ready to let The Flash go and thus sever my connections with DC. They better step up for season 3, like "reach for the stars" step up.
  14. Are you feeling all right? A little dizzy, perhaps? When was the last time you ate something? Because is beyond inconceivable for someone to like the recent seasons more than the first two. Opinions apart, the show took a massive loss of quality, losing the realistic grounding that made the show interesting in the first place and every character became a shadow of its former self, sulking in self-loathing instead of adding anything useful. Even worse, desiring to see Batman's storylines in the middle of this mess. Everyone saw the piss poor job they did with the League of Assassins last season: What was the world elite group of killers nothing but three or four guys that couldn't land a blow against anyone, living on a Fortress that gets breached by anyone. Ra's went from being a cold and calculating menace to just a jerk. Why was he so interested in destroying Star City again? And look how it even ended, with him dead for good and the League being disbanded like it was garage rock band. ------------------------------------- I gave up on this show shortly after Laurel's death, and this ridiculous over the top finale solidified my choice. I cannot understand how they blew it all so badly, they had the best hero show and turned it into a pile of burning garbage. Clearly trying to establish the "Arrowverse" took a toll on the writers, and this two sorry seasons show it.
  15. I must have erased it from my memory for some reason.