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  1. Today marks the second anniversary of Torna ~ The Golden Country's standalone release. Monolith's next project started development after Torna's release, so it's been in development for two years already. Xenoblade 2 started development shortly before Xenoblade X was released, so it was in development for around 2 and a half years. But 2 used X's engine as a base, so it's possible a new game might take longer to make depending on the circumstances. That also means that it will probably be announced before Chugga finishes Xenoblade 2... Besides that, I recently got Super Mario 3D All Stars. Sunshine I've played the most so far, and it's basically the same as I remember it being. The tropical island theme, combined with my familiarity with the game, makes for a relaxing atmosphere (until you get to those platforming stages). I've only got the first Grand Star in Galaxy, but that's the game I've played the most when it was released so I'll save it for later. As for 64, its camera hasn't been too much of an issue so far despite its reputation. I had some trouble navigating some levels (looking at you, Hazy Maze Cave), so in those cases I just bumbled around while searching for a star. The controls are good but feel a bit slippery, and I sometimes fall off ledges when I think wouldn't in later games. 64 is the only game in this collection that I haven't played before (64 DS aside), but I don't mind being semi-blind as I explore the game for the first time.
  2. I assumed he would be playing Xenoblade X instead, but he explained that he didn't because some online features were removed and because he doesn't want a Switch port to be announced in the middle of it. I don't think we'll get a Xenoblade X port until after Monolith's next project is released, if ever though if Chugga did play X, it probably wouldn't be finished by the time the next Xenoblade game came out. He also said two weeks ago that this LP had 284 pages of notes. The previous record (presumably held by Xenoblade 1) was only 154 pages, and the previous LP (Rescue Team DX) had 78 pages. I know Xenoblade 2 is big but I didn't think it would be that much bigger than the first game, even with Torna.
  3. I'm not sure how I feel about this intro... Now for the real question: will he get KOS-MOS right after the Blade tutorial, or during the last episode?
  4. You can use this site to view Dorothea and Linhardt's Japanese supports (the language select is in the upper right corner), though you'll have to translate them into English yourself.
  5. >Hyped up new Neptunia game turns out to be rerelease of the first game >Me, as an Ace Attorney fan: Speaking of which, it's been four years since the last Ace Attorney game was released (outside Japan at least), and I've been in the mood for some lawyering. I've been replaying the series from the beginning every so often since Spirit of Justice came out, and the other day I completed everyone's favorite case, Farewell, My Turnabout (contrast Turnabout Big Top, which I would call everyone's favorite case only ironically). Now I'm on The Stolen Turnabout, which is one of the only non-murder cases in the series... though like all non-murder cases, it becomes a murder case eventually. If console wars don't interest you, then why are you a Neptunia fan?
  6. Yeah, Doopliss is a pretty fun character. He's an effective villain in addition to being entertaining, and unlike most chapter bosses he stays relevant to the plot even after his chapter ends. His shapeshifting ability enables the writers to make some clever twists, both with impersonating Mario and transforming into other characters later on. There's also the funny meta joke of him somehow removing the letter "p" (and only the lowercase "p") from the name input screen, which is a clever way of preventing the player from guessing his name before they're supposed to.
  7. Miku was a Domino's Pizza mascot once so clearly she isn't a stranger to unconventional crossovers. The writers only agreed to make the film under the condition that they could do whatever they wanted, and what they clearly wanted was to make a Jurassic Park movie, so... And despite looking the most like an actual dinosaur, Zilla is ironically the only incarnation of Godzilla to not be a prehistoric reptile. At least he got redemption through the Rulers of Earth comic, where he puts up a respectable showing against Godzilla and during the final battle.
  8. Thanks, Slick! Well technically speaking, Godzilla fought Miku already, as @Armagon shared some time ago. (I didn't count this as one of the 35 Godzilla movies, by the way.)
  9. As the local Godzilla expert, it's a little known fact that Pee-wee Herman is Godzilla's second greatest foe behind Hatsune Miku, and also that Google is pretty dumb. (Though there are 35 actual Godzilla movies if you're still wondering.)
  10. Players of Animal Crossing: New Horizons who live in the Southern Hemisphere could've caught every bug by July 1st. Fall and winter bugs were available between March and July, and they could travel to islands in the Northern Hemisphere via online to catch spring and summer bugs during that time. The earliest day Northern Hemisphere players can catch every bug is December 11th, because dung beetles require snowballs to spawn, which don't appear when playing online. Due to how phylogeny works, T. rex is equally related to all modern birds since the bird ancestor diverged from the Tyrannosaur ancestor at the same time. Modern birds are specifically descended from dinosaurs related to the family Dromaeosauridae (commonly called raptors), which were basically birds with teeth and claws anyway. Though as theropods, birds are indeed more closely related to T. rex than they are to most other dinosaurs like Triceratops or sauropods (meanwhile, the closest living relatives of birds are crocodilians).
  11. One of the most high effort April Fools videos I've seen... though apparently The Origami King is basically Paper Zelda, so it's not too farfetched.
  12. I get the feeling that this will be more in the vein of Persona 5 Scramble than most other Warriors games. P5S is a proper sequel to Persona 5 but has only nine playable characters, so I think AoC will follow suit in exchange for being more story focused. I think we can assume that Impa will be playable, which makes seven characters we know about. There's a prominent mini Guardian on the boxart, so it would be neat for one of them to be playable. Maybe we can get a playable Korok too? Hestu can defeat the forces of evil with the power of dance and Korok seeds!
  13. Breath of the Wild ~ The Golden Country is looking good, I wonder if Zelda will lose control of her powers and destroy Torna at the end. I wasn't expecting HW to get a follow-up in this fashion, but I'm pleasantly surprised. Since this is canon and technically isn't a sequel to the first HW, I wonder what other characters we'll get besides Link, Zelda, and the champions. Maybe it will hint at what will happen in BotW2 in some way?
  14. Scary, don't make deals with magic weasels kids.
  15. I would feel comfortable saying that Thales is one of the game's main villains. While Ediegard is the bigger threat for most of the game, Thales is directly responsible for her being an antagonist in the first place (in addition to other things like helping mastermind the Tragedy of Duscur). If you remove Thales you would need to have someone else be behind Edie's experimentation if she still wants to conquer Fódlan, or otherwise change her backstory. They could have Duke Aegir do that, but he'd need to be a more active and threatening participant in the plot in that case.
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