Back when I was a kid, I saw a movie titled The Spirit of ’76 and it was confusing maybe because I was a dumb kid who barely know anything. It was a movie of time travelers going back to the 70s and reclaim lost history or something. Anyway, there’s this one memorable scene of the time traveler talking to a woman in the 70s. The guy couldn’t answer the woman’s question and she assumed the guy forgot and replied “I bet you’re a Capricorn. Capricorns are always so forgetful.”
Since I’m a Capricorn, her statement kinda rang true for me because I am a forgetful person.
It’s common knowledge right now I’m just a lowly third-worlder who earns generally fuck all (I’m not sure I qualify as a wagecuck), has no real friends, and a socially inept nerd whose city may be the next target for Islamic terrorism. Though in the end I accepted my place in society and have this “oh well” attitude when things don’t go the way I wanted. Who would’ve thought a pompous, shitposting, and a braggadocios faceless personality on the internet like meself is someone who is unspectacular in real life.
Thank god I never once posted my picture online.
You know, I rarely buy digital goods using real money. Back in Team Fortress 2, I bought some keys and I never bought hats (if I recall correctly) because it was kinda annoying to look at your items with a “cannot be traded” tag. Plus, they’re digital goods and these items can be found via random drops anyways. The main reason why I spent real money on keys in the first place is I need them to trade for Steam games. TF2’s trading scene was big and I was able to get games for half the price and that’s also the reason why my Steam game library is big at 270 games.
Dark Souls is a kind of game series that lets me fuck around the world without the game telling me to go to the next objective or I have to play it faster because my score is based on my time it took to traverse an area or kill the boss. This is one of the reasons why I always pick up a Souls game to unwind and relax and close it when I’m done.
And out of the 3 Souls game, I love Dark Souls 2 more than DaS3, especially more than DaS1.
I’m gonna post a couple “supplement” posts in this review because not only there’s nothing much to say about this episode, I think it’s not needed to make separate posts regarding Twitter and general posting in certain image boards.
This is not an actual review. I’m gonna share my thoughts after watching Macross Delta not too recently ago.
I watched Macross: Do You Remember Love?, Macross Plus, Macross Zero, Macross Frontier and Macross Delta, so you could say I’m a fan of the series. I did try watching Macross 7 once, but I stopped after the anime starts recycling scenes from the very first episode. I mean, what? Gundam Wing didn’t do that, so I doubted the quality of Macross 7.
Anyway, I’m here to talk about the romance side of the series, my favorite part of the show… aside from the mechs.
Been meaning to make a review-first-impressions-like post for the mobile app game Aikatsu! Photo on Stage!! or Photokatsu! for short, but I decided to put it on hold until I gathered enough cards and experience of my time with the game.
I’m gonna talk about my impressions with the game and also talk about some other stuff that had happened. So yeah.
That didn’t last long, huh?
With so many stuff to do (gaming, general browsing, translating, working as a part-time writer), it’s very hard to set aside other stuff like watching anime and writing reviews. And from the looks of it, I’m considering dropping doing episode reviews of Aikatsu Stars!.