I watched one episode, and I wanted to continue watching it. I didn't not like it but keep doing it anyways.
As a program it aint for everyone.
I fear that Gravity falls is getting the same kind of fan base, crap, retarded fans dragging down a great series
Good bye Ceefax, we shall miss your pixelly styles
Perhaps it's just lack of the appropriate conditioning then. Like how some people play SotC and completely disregard the artistic experience of it. It's still strange, since some of the familiar religious elements of Xenoblade would probably get you into it(then again, you'd need to actually play it first).
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And off-topic, now that I'm finally on the 3rd game of the Phoenix Wright series, Trials and Tribulations, I'm really impressed so far.
And I mean, story-wise, I'm mind-blown at how well CAPCOM was able to capture my every attention pertaining to just the story alone. I can't stop going through the Wikis over it.
I really want to get that one DS game that dealt with Apollo just to know more about Phoenix's disbarment. Mad interesting stuff, I tell ya.
PW5. I refuse to play it until I finish this third PW game, both the Miles Edgeworth games, and Apollo.
The third one has Godot. You won't be disappointed. It's the best of the trilogy.
Be it PC or gaming binges, I've never had any RSI problems. Yet. Might just be 'cause I'm a youngin', hopefully it's just 'cause I keep in shape.
Forgot t' save after completin' the Abyssal Ruins yesterday. I was mad, bro.
Speakin' of which, I'm probably going to have a moral conflict after beating this game.
I heard it was the perfect conclusion for Phoenix until they came up with Apollo's game, then his story kind of got screwy.
I'm not too sure about it since I have yet to really play through all that, but I hope it's not as bad as I'm hearing.