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shadowkaby

shadowkaby

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#3

shadowkaby commented on Out Today: Xenoblade Chronicles (North America):

Hmmm...this was a bit of an annoyance...my Gamestop location didn't even get sent the Art Book(which my preorder cost covered)...I called the main offices and they'll "try" to get me a copy...last time I checked, you're supposed to get what you pay for...I'm a bit steamed...

BUT Xenoblade is quite good, and the voice acting hasn't annoyed me to the point of switching to Japanese...but we'll see xD!

shadowkaby

#4

shadowkaby commented on Out Today: Xenoblade Chronicles (North America):

I apologize if I offended anyone regarding countries of origin or accents, but I didn't mean to say I didn't like the idea, I just thought better voice acting was necessary (that's my opinion on MOST western voice acting) it never quite compares to Japanese...lucky I speak read and write it, but who knows...maybe the English Charm will rub off on me....

shadowkaby

#5

shadowkaby commented on Out Today: Xenoblade Chronicles (North America):

Though I dislike that it's a non localized carbon copy of the EU version, I'm going to enjoy it and my Art Book from Gamestop...(which was advertised when I preordered but has since fallen off the map for NA...this happen to anyone else?)

shadowkaby

#7

shadowkaby commented on Genius Sonority's eShop AR RPG Looks Mad:

Any news on a US or international release...it would be fun if a system update allowed us to purchase foreign games unavailable to us...like Sakura Samurai for Europe...or to that effect

shadowkaby

#8

shadowkaby commented on Nintendo Considering Retail Downloads on 3DS a...:

I usually prefer all my games to come in mint, boxed condition, mainly because I'm from the era of having "fun with the box". I love to read the manual, look at some of the undisclosed art inside them, and usually the manuals offer interesting back-stories/information the game doesn't really showcase up front. Sadly, with the advent of the "recyclable" boxes, the manuals are virtually nonexistent, and those that do contain them offer 3 pages of english text, and the rest repeated in foreign languages. That been said, I wouldn't mind downloading these games, so long as Nintendo kept records of them so that I could easily re-download them for later use!

shadowkaby

#10

shadowkaby commented on Unsheath Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword on 2...:

@Karakato
Thanks for the review link...it's set me a little closer to buying the game...
But I;m still unsure...the demo video made it seem very slow combat wise
but it does look great, with even a hint of okami-ish character design(japanese feel sans sumi-e brush work)