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Angrybird

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  1. Angrybird

    Anime

    Hero academia was the only thing I truly enjoyed this season, I started watching 7 Deadly sins but it's worse than the 1st season I dunno not really into it.
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    Bethesda just announced TES6, Talk about it!

    Will be even less moddable if at all.
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    Manga

    Coming of age story was cat street, really enjoyed the characters growing. Also enjoyed Sanctuary for the manly tears, in the same vein Sun-ken rock is fast-food version of the same, Gokusen is also good but it's more focused on romance there's an anime but it isn't finished. My absolute favorite would be Angel Densetsu a mix of comedy/coming of age the art in the first few chapters may put you of but it gets better.
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    Anime

    Season of High school girls doing stuff they'd never do? These aren't terrible and seem relaxing, good sequels, seven deadly sins was cool hopefully overlord will be alright too. Koi wa Ameagari and Violet Evergarden look good and don't seem like bad stories. The iseka one is trash.
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    Anime

    You don't mind filler episodes too much, you say? Well, have you seen animes, such as: Naruto, One Piece or Detective Conan? Those are the worst when it comes to fillers. Do yourself a favor and skip all of those series' listed. What? You don't enjoy watching an entire episode dedicated to Naruto's clones going on strike instead of the most intense arc in the story? Are you crazy?
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    A Forsworn Story

    Played this for a bit and enjoyed the use of a not very used region and a not very used faction, foggy reach made me feel like I was far away from civilization.
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    Anime

    Are there even bad seasons anymore? it's not like there will always be a breathtaking masterpiece to see but out of 20 or so full shows there's always a handful worth watching. Follow up to Shokugeki no Souma's if you enjoyed previous season, Mahoutsukai no Yome which has been getting praise the manga was good, melodramatic Dies Irae maybe, follow up to Negima meh, Shoujo Shuumatsu seems the most interesting for now I like picking out details of the world in the mellow slice-of-life like post apocalyptic environment of the show and Kujira no Kora seems similar in that regard.
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    Japanese Women decry Beta Males: "You Must Approach Us!"

    Men don't bother when divorce is so readily available.
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    Anime

    Summer season, nothing outstanding: Isekai Shokudou seems to be a relaxing experience, Ballroom e Youkoso is probably the typical sports shounen but with dancing which is interesting. Made in Abyss actually surprised me and the world grabbed my attention, will see how it goes. Shoukoku no Altair I enjoyed the manga but it's been so long I don't care anymore. And finally we have Knight's & Magic (and whatever the other isekai is) the Isekai genre from light novels is getting more frequent these usually have a strong start and get kinds shit will see.
  10. How hard would it be to use different textures for different bodies, possible at all?
  11. I honestly don't care their games are getting worst if mods are paid I won't get fooled into caring.
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    Anime

    Watching Hyouka, interesting, really liking how the characters interact with each other.
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    Mass Effect Andromeda for Haters

    People make games not companies if I cared enough I'd trace the decline in Bioware's quality with the people that left, not sure if I've said it here but this was predictable years ago in ME2 and specially DA2 which were already subpar at least in rpg elements I doubt anyone would debate that even if you prefer story to actual gameplay and no it was not a conscious choice it was simply the development team not being able to keep up, and now they can't even make animations and the game is a cobbled mess the different departments have no idea how any other parts of the game works because they've wasted 4 years in university instead of actually coding truly the first fully millenial game.
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