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  1. According to Japanese reports a 41 year old set fire to Kyoto Animation's first studio in Kyoto. 33 are confirmed dead. The suspect is in police custody. Source: Kotaku.com Kyoto Animations is the studio responsible for animes such as the Haruhi Suzumiya series, Lucky Star, Free!, K-On and Nichijou amongst many others. They were also one of the few anime studios in which the animators were salaried employees instead of being paid by frame. To be completely honest I had no idea that so many animes I love were made by this studio until I looked them up after reading the story. My my deepest condolence to the families and everyone else involved.
  2. It took me ages to realize that Buffalo Bill from Silence Of The Lambs and Captain Stottlemeyer of Monk were played by the same guy. Same for "Gomer Pyle" in Full Metal Jacket and Detective Goren from Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
  3. Just saw that on Amazon. Sucks. But I'll have the new Tomb Raider and RDR 2 to hold me over till November so it's not all bad.
  4. So apparently only the remake of the first Spyro game will be on the disc. The other 2 games have to be downloaded.
  5. Jurrasic World 2 spoilers:
  6. The reason I posted this so late is that I didn't recognize that this was a remake of the original 3 games when they first announced this. I only read the headline and somehow convinced myself that they were rebooting the game again like they did for the Legend Of Spyro trilogy. I'm more pumped for this than I'm for any other upcoming game. Loved the original trilogy as a kid. Can't wait to play them again with enhanced graphics and soundtrack!
  7. So will the NJPW roster be DLC for people who bought the game on Steam?
  8. I'm opening a topic for this because I think these games deserve it: After the success of the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy (remasters of the original trilogy of Crahs Bandicoot games) Activision decided to reactive another old franchise: Spyro the Dragon! On September 21st Activision will release Spyro Reignited Trilogy for Xbox One and Playstation 4. The game will consist of remastered version of the original 3 Spyro games Spyro the Dragon, Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage (also known as Gateway to Glimmer in Australia and Europe) and Spyro: Year Of The Dragon. The developement was handled by game studio Toys for Bob (who provided developement support for the PS4 version of the Crash Bandicoot trilogy and ported the game to the Switch). Source: IGN.com he original 3 games were developed by Insomniac for the original Playstation and released between 1998 and 2000. Insomniac decided to step away from the series to focus on the developement of the first game of their new series Ratchet & Clank. Universal Studios, who owned the Spyro IP, decided to outsource the developement of the next installment to the studios Check Six Games and Equinoxe Digital Entertainment. Spyro: Enter The Dragonfly was released on the PS2 and Gamecube in November of 2002 to mixed-to-negative reviews. The next game in the series Spyro: A Hero's Tail was developed by a British developer named Eurocom (they developed the Duke Nukem games on the N64 as well as some movie licence games) and released 2 years later in November of 2004. While it received better reviews than it's predecessor it was still nowhere near as good as the games of the original trilogy. After that the decision was made to reboot the franchise entirely. A new trilogy of games (named The Legend Of Spyro Trilogy) were released between 2006 and 2008 again to mixed reviews. After that the franchise was pretty much abandoned. Spyro was introduced into the Skylanders universe in 2011 with the release of Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure. And that is where he remained until the remake trilogy was announced back in April. I'm very much looking forward to this. How about you? Edit: The game's release hass been pushed back to November 13th.
  9. That makes more sense. This wasn't a problem to me since I never played the game long enough for this to happen because the version of the game I own has a game-breaking bug which cause the Agumon which is supposed to let you into a castle it is guarding not to respond to you at all.
  10. Which Digimon game are you talking about? Because I don't remember having to de-evolve in the first or third Digimon World game. I'm pretty sure you could if you weren't happy with the outcome of the digivolution but I don't remember being forced to de-evolve. I remember that in the first game your Digimon eventually "dies" if you treat it badly or play long enough and you have to start over. Are you talking about Cyber Sleuth?
  11. To be fair the Digimon don't stay evolved in the anime the games are based on either. They usually just digivolve when they are in danger and need to fight. So that is jus the games staying true to the anime.
  12. Maybe I was so disappointed because I binged season 3 of Narcos (which deals with the rise and downfall of the Cali Cartel after Pablo Escobar's death) a few weeks before Lethal Weapon returned. And I don't think that the LW TV show was ever meant to be a prequel to the movies. Just a different version of the story. IIRC Murtaugh and Riggs didn't know eachother when they met eachother in the beginning of the first movie.
  13. Is season 2 any good? After watching the season 1 finale I expected the entire 2nd season to take place in Mexico with Riggs and Murtaugh trying to track down and kill the cartel boss responsible for Rigg's wife's death. I was very disappointed that they pretty much took care of that in the first episode of season 2 and went back to the case-of-the-week format in the next episode. I dropped the show after that. And I had no idea about all the behind the scenes drama. What a mess. Eventhough I'm happy that all the people involved in making the show weren't punished for the bad behavior of one person I don't think I'm interested in Leathal Weapon feat. Stifler.
  14. The process of leveling up in that game was so tedious. It took forever. And it was so hard to get your Digimon to digivolve the way you wanted it to. Plus there is this whole thing about your Digimon having to go to the toilet. If you just let your Digimon shit wherever it wants his morale would go down and it will digivolve into something lame. The way I remember the game is that your Digimon had to shit a lot and toilets were relatively scarce so getting to one usually involved a lot of backtracking. When you were out and about exploring the world you had to make sure that you were never too far away from a toilet. That could get especially annoying if you are in a new area and you haven't discovered the toiled yet. And IIRC there were no portable toilets that you could buy in shops. The 2nd Digimon World game on the PSX was a dungeon crawler and if you're not into that you might as well skip it. The third game (known as Digimon World 2003 in Europe and Australia) was more like a traditional JRPG. Even more so than the first game. It was a lot of fun. You should check it out. Never played any of the Digimon World games after that.
  15. Anyone here heardabout this yet? And Channel Awesome's "apology"
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