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Fire Emblem Echoes and Arcana Hearts 3 Love Maxx
Both are enjoyable games. The former is very simple, easy and straightforward even on hard/classic, but despite its similarities to Awakening I'm finding it far more enjoyable. Maybe its the fact that the story and characters and overall world are much more cohesive and integrated and as a result, the overall "experience" is more enjoyable than the hodgepodge, broken mess of Awakening's disastrous decisions where each individual thing might have been moderately polished (minus the map design of course) but not nearly as well thought out and as a result it feels like a broken, disjointed mess of a game in nearly every aspect and respect. Its just so strange that I'm enjoying Echoes when in a lot of ways its somewhat similar to Awakening. Its also got some pleasantly sexy and interesting female characters thus far so that's nice, plus some funny and interesting bros and male characters. The main characters though... unusually immature, almost retardedly so. I know they're teenagers, but I wonder if that was an intentional part of the writing thus far since the world's writing and the side characters and NPC dialogue and worldbuilding have all been spot-on and compelling thus far with the themes and subjects they've been tackling, such as the strife between nobility and commoners, the roles of people in a feudal/medieval society and what role merit plays in such a world, as well as who bears responsibility for when the world goes to shit, and if that's really the truth or not and whether its right to... well, I'll have to continue further before I start talking about such things.
I'll probably make a Fire Emblem thread later or something to talk properly about it and other FE shit in general.
Arcana Hearts 3 is a very fast-paced game, ridiculously so. Very satisfying to pull off extended combos and even button mash for a newbie to fighting games like me. Apparently people say its faster by a different order of magnitude to other anime fighters like BB and GG which was interesting to find out but I have no idea if its true or not since i haven't played those games yet. Character designs, minus like 1 or 2, weren't too appealing to me at first (minus a few) but the more I play the game the more they grow on me. So far I liked Sharlachrot, Aino, and Akane's designs the most (its funny how much more fanart the "villain" of this game gets; she was the first character I ended up choosing; great design), but a lot of them are pretty novel honestly. Mei Fang's is pretty sexy. Maori has HUGE tiddies. The lolis are cute. Voice acting is pretty spot on for all of them and makes it quite enjoyable. The side animations are very nice and the way they shaded their legs in said animations... perfection.
I heard the guy behind this game died and this was his last legacy or something along those lines; if that's true, my hats off to him for making a very respectable and so-far enjoyable fighting game. The game keeps surprising me honestly. I was doing a time attack thing and suddenly I'm facing a girl I just faced, but now her arcana is a new, strange thing that's fighting with her on the field. It was too damn powerful for me to do anything though, this game is ridiculous when it comes to crazy damage nukes and overall speed. The AI is very hard for me to face on highest difficulties, and just forget about it when the final boss in whatever character's story is Scharlachrot (The redhead I posted), she gets some broken advantages over you and just rapes you on the final round you press her on, you really need to know the game well or be quite good at fighting games in general to handle her, at least that's my opinion. I tried lowering the difficulty twice against her and only got her once on one character. However, Akane really clicked with me and I managed to beat her on the highest difficulty, but then the game crashed on the "final" boss that's more just a gimmick than an actual boss after her so it didn't get saved and I'm eternally furious about that because I tried so many times to beat her with other characters, literal hours upon hours redoing the same fight over and over again and just, ugh.
I don't want to talk about that, but while it was fun at first, losing 499 times out of 500 tends to make an experience not very fun, but aside from that the game has been very enjoyable.
Not sure, maybe Hajime no Ippo or Rurouni Kenshin. Hajime no Ippo is always great and I'm really feeling in an early 2000s/late 90s mood and its just such a great anime, but Rurouni Kenshin it was my first time checking it out and it gives a very cozy adventure with violence vibe. Like the beginnings of Berserk '97 before the last few episodes.
Also an Advance Wars 2 LP through the week, that's enjoyable enough. Plus a bit of Fire Emblem as well.
Feel free to recommend any anime that might fit the early 2000s/late 90s vibes and I might check it out.
Uhh... not much at the moment, I guess lately I've been listening to the Fire Emblem Expo arrange when I work on stuff.
Nuffin' much; do LSAT practice things count?
I guess I also read through my old comments on a porn booru, that was a funny trip through memory lane.
Ate homecooked dinner by the family, was nice.
Rice, beef, all sorts of veggies. Good stuff.
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Okay I guess? Not great, but not bad either. Studying for the LSAT is going to be a pain. I wish I was employed but I've been getting (now small) amounts of money, I guess I've been enjoying my free time but I've also been slacking and browsing always makes me feel like shit.
Lots of things on the mind I can't really share with anyone in general about my life, even anonymously there's too great a risk to share which is a shame.