meaning to warn people away do a review on Jyu-Oh-Sei, or Planet of the Beast King, for quite some time now. If I felt any real duty to the whole of humanity (outside of conquering it...oh wait, did I say that out loud?) I'd probably say that it was my obligation to inform people before they considered watching it that they were never going to get those six hours back. With its recent introduction to Netflix, many more are going to need this warning. If you don't believe me, click that link in the first paragraph and know what I suffered through, and make your decision accordingly.
As for me, I need another beer after the pure Hell I suffered through.
Don’t mind the explosives scattered around, I’m just getting ready to launch my copy of SOCOM 4, the subject of this new review, into orbit. I figure it’s the safest way to dispose of it. Take a look at the review if you like, folks, just stay behind the blast shields.
So, if you had a gun that could shoot holes in space that would allow you to step in one and out the other, where would you go? Myself, I think I’d find my way into a nice, quiet spot where I could just kick back, relax, and enjoy some nice cake. Not another care in the world, unlike Chell, who’s just woken up from a long nap only to find herself at the Portal 2 an entirely new adventure.
…Yeah, I’m sorry, that’s the best I could come up with.
Squid! I’m not talking about the Navy bilge rats like my cowriter, but the nasty bastards with tentacles and rubbery skin. No, really, I’m not talking about K`thardin. I’m actually talking about the Ceph from Crysis 2, which just happens to be the subject of a new review. Also, I’m trying something new with the format this time around to see if I can’t make the reviews a bit clearer. Cheers folks.
Better batten down the hatches, me maties, there’s a storm ah’brewin… a Bulletstorm. The winds o’ Stygia be blowin’ mighty fierce, and we’re aiming to collect some skill shot booty… ok folks, I just can’t keep that up. New review up, for Bulletstorm, and a couple more might be coming soon too. Cheers!
We break from our current level of slacking to bring to you a review of the wonderful little manga from manga-ka Kou Fumizuki, Umi No Misaki. A whimsical little slice of life manga with a surprisingly engaging story line and wonderful little characters that one can't help but want to see what they turn into. It also explores concepts of faith and divinity and how it relates to both those who are gods and those who believe in them.
Merry Christmas everyone! Hope you're all having fun and with those you love. For our gift to you, we give you a new review, that of Kaze no Stigma, or Stigma of the Wind. A fantastic series that you can buy in full from the link on the review or stream from Netflix in its entirety (and I wonder if they have an associates program...have to check that out). It's a great way to spend Christmas Day, especially if you're tired of the same old in anime, for this is not any of the same old.
Check out the review, and if you think this is your thing, check out the anime. I liked it a lot, and you may too. Again, Merry Christmas all! I think I may watch it again myself.
Hope you all had a good Thanksgiving. I know mine was good. Mmm...Turkey. Ham. Turkey. Ham. Yeeeessss...
Anyway, those of us here at Dragon's Anime have been slowly recovering, and our resident Wise Man, Greg Matteson, has managed to provide us with a review as we convalesce due to obscene amounts of gluttony. In it he expresses his views on the local CG cartoon series, The Clone Wars from the Star Wars franchise, taking particular care to note several of the rather odd and maddening moral fallacies that the Jedi seem to have overall.
Or as he notes, "These are the good guys?"
I'm not entirely certain when I'll be done with my videos; this past year was something of a screw-up and a half on all fronts. It was bound to happen eventually. Ah well, in any event, I'd like to direct your attention to a G rated training simulator on how to be an evil overlord, otherwise known as Little King Story. It has everything you could possibly want, death and blood by the gallons, a harem of princesses, treacherous ministers, womanizing, an army of minions who'll do your bidding, womanizing (really, that needs to be said twice), assassinating kings, killing their subjects, and taking their land and women (I'm sensing a pattern here...)