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Losermagnet

@Dogorilla thats exactly how I feel. They're making some good choices....but they're not really doing anything with the material.

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Snatcher

@Losermagnet Like really. Pixar Doing a better job over here, and I know there animated but at least there not crap.

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Losermagnet

@Snatcher oh for sure. Pixar has gotten better over the years imo. Its a few years old now, but I watched Toy Story 4 the other day, and it may be my favorite one of the 4. And Onward? Oh man, that was the first Pixar that had me on the verge of tears.

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Snatcher

@Losermagnet Like really, Idk what happen'd to disney, Oh wait I know Money!

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NintendoByNature

Luca was solid. Loved the setting, the characters, and the story/ending. Felt pretty organic even though you were dealing with sea creatures. Don't wana blow the story but the ending felt natural. Probably one of the best animated films since trolls imo.

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Sunsy

@NintendoByNature That's awesome you visited Italy. My mom's side of the family is Italian, so wouldn't mind visiting it. That also added to the enjoyment of the movie for me too.

Sunsy

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Snatcher

@Blooper987 OMG its a great mix of your old profile pic, and you love for anime!

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Heavyarms55

@Snatcher The most prominant examples I can think of off the top of my head are the Mass Effect Trilogy and Stardew Valley. Heck in Stardew you can marry any of the potential love interests, regardless of gender. Everyone is bi! XD

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Snatcher

@Heavyarms55 Yay not much comes to mind for me nether.

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TheJGG

Heavyarms55 wrote:

For me, I play as a girl if there's no romance, or if there and they allow girl-girl stuff. Otherwise I'll play as a dude because I'm only interested in romancing girls.

#noshame

@Snatcher I do the exact same. I’ve found that in RPGs with full character customisation control, like Stardew Valley, Xenoblade Chronicles X or a Souls game, I always end up making a female character. In Stardew, as mentioned already, even if your character is female you can romance all the bachelorettes.

Dunno why, not that I’m embarrassed… it’s curious though.

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ogo79

one of the holy grails has been completed.
had this guy as a kid, and going on 42 years old im having this guy again.
welcome back 1987!
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i cant say im gonna open this one though...
this is what he looks like opened
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mission complete...figure-wise
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the_shpydar wrote:
As @ogo79 said, the SNS-RZ-USA is a prime giveaway that it's not a legit retail cart.
And yes, he is (usually) always right, and he is (almost) the sexiest gamer out there (not counting me) ;)

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the_shpydar wrote:
As @ogo79 said, the SNS-RZ-USA is a prime giveaway that it's not a legit retail cart.
And yes, he is (usually) always right, and he is (almost) the sexiest gamer out there (not counting me) ;)

TheJGG

NintendoByNature wrote:

Luca was solid. Loved the setting, the characters, and the story/ending. Felt pretty organic even though you were dealing with sea creatures. Don't wanna blow the story but the ending felt natural. Probably one of the best animated films since trolls imo.

@Sunsy Problem with when I watched Luca was that I had finished watching one of Agatha Christie's best stories ever (And Then There Were None), meaning I unintentionally went full sleuth on this film despite it being a kids movie with little reason to have a rollercoaster plot. I didn't expect that plot twist at the end; Alberto selling the motorbike to get Luca a train ticket and a place at Giulia's school. That was the part that did it for me, and I had silent tears quickly. The whole dynamic between the three was fairly predictable, but nonetheless it was still powerful with the friendship boiling over, the developing bond between Giulia and Luca, and Luca and Alberto.

The movie felt a bit rushed at the start but it was a ride. I'd love to go back to Italy one day, this movie really paints a picture of how beautiful it can be. I'd also want to highlight the animation, not only is it the gold standard for 3D animation now, as is usually the case with Pixar films, but they managed to keep the same level of quality in this film despite it being produced almost entirely during the pandemic, so remotely. The water looks so beautiful, the colours really pop, and the mid-fifties vibe is so strong. This film has no right being as good as it was because of the pandemic. Bravo... or should I say... bravissimo.

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Snatcher

@TheJGG Ya i'm not imbarrassed ether.

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