April 2015

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April 30, 2015

This anime, Ace of Diamond, has been my "go to" since it first debuted in 2014.  I watched it religiously every single Sunday when I got home from work on Crunchyroll, it became the highlight of my week.  We finally got an official break in this series at episode 75, making sure it was clear in letting us know that we shall not see as much of our beloved Third Years and that it is finally time for the First and Second Years to solidify themselves as Seido's new team.

This review is going to be covering episodes 1 through 75 in the usual format.  Since this series spans a long time, I will sum it up as best as possible and give you the best impression of one of my favorite series that debuted in 2014.  You can hit the jump below for the full details!

April 02, 2015

We got quite a surprise during the always informational "Nintendo Direct" which took place yesterday on April 1st.  We found out that the DLC character Mewtwo will be available to download in two weeks for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U & 3DS while we will be getting Lucas in June (Lucas is from "Mother" the same game as Ness, he made his debut in Brawl).  However, the most significant thing in my opinion is the fact that we have the ability to possibly get the characters we want the most in by use of fan voting.  This is huge and gives me an opportunity to bring my voice straight to Nintendo.

My vote is going to go towards none other than "Sami" ( ドミノ or Domino in Japan), the lovely female Commanding Officer of the Orange Star Army in the game "Advance Wars" for Game Boy Advance ( Known as "ゲームボーイウォーズアドバンス" or "Game Boy Wars Advance" in Japan).  I feel she would be a perfect fit and be right at home among the other combatants.  Besides, I also feel like we need more diverse female combatants and ones with actual combatant experience (especially since I usually main female characters in fighting games but had not had ones to fit my fancy in Smash).

Hit the jump to catch why I am voting for Sami.

April 02, 2015

Shingeki no Kyojin better known in the west by its translated name "Attack on Titan" became a huge hit all over the world and has spawned many things, including advertisement, a live action movie in the making, and video games.  Atlus is now bringing over Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains to the west since it was only available in Japan until now.  North America and Europe will get to play local or online in up to 4-play co-op. 

Inside you can find the teaser/announcement trailer and some screenshots available for you to view!  Also, if you did not know, this game is for the Nintendo 3DS and supports the New Nintendo 3DS' C-Stick!

  NOTE   - For those of you who have not checked out Attack on Titan, you can download the first two episodes completely free on Nintendo's eshop right now!



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