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post #421 of 751
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Originally Posted by kalbee View Post

Oooooooo... Tuuuuuuubes!! Which ones?
Pretty sure you can find some sort of app for that, though insides are probably lecture notes (good enough). Though frankly may not end up teaching you so much about it.
When strapped without furigana, buy a Japanese electronic dictionary that supports hand writing functions. Forgot how much mine costed (about $100 maybe? Or less) but it was money well spent.

Indeed G3 Modded, should b here in 3 hours or so

 

That does sound pertty good, I have an old English JAP dictionary and Book LEasson a friend of mine got IN Japan when he was in the service 

post #422 of 751
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Indeed G3 Modded, should b here in 3 hours or so

That does sound pertty good, I have an old English JAP dictionary and Book LEasson a friend of mine got IN Japan when he was in the service 

At first: what kind of grammar is that??
Then: unless... The maker is called Indeed?!
Me wants impressions tongue.gif if you write one anywhere you can link me it via pm.

Yeah I got mine in one of the alleys of Akihabara. Some of the best prices in Tokyo... They were refurbished but I don't see any flaws with it.
Also came with a leather (or pleather) pouch.
post #423 of 751
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Originally Posted by kalbee View Post

At first: what kind of grammar is that??
Then: unless... The maker is called Indeed?!
Me wants impressions tongue.gif if you write one anywhere you can link me it via pm.
Yeah I got mine in one of the alleys of Akihabara. Some of the best prices in Tokyo...

Yar, the maker of the amp is Indeed, lol nice name for an Amp company huh lol

 

and OMG YOU WALKED IN AKIHABARA... there was a thread once... on a forum I used to be a part of... a guy there... went to a concert... in Akihabara... it was in a dark room... there where lots of speakers and flashy lights... and the DJ was Mixing VIDEO GAME OSTS FROM HIS GAME BOY ADVANCE POCKET :O

 

That was b4 I was an audiophile and I was like OMG Akihabra sounds magical... THEN i hear of the audio shops there... AND NOW YOU TELL ME THIS <.< I so jelly

 

But yea... my amp should be in some time soon... I was said to be in today but... well the USPS web tracker did not show it making it to delivery today. I sold a E6 the other day and I have my tracking number, and my item well it left the USPS Sorting Station, at like 4am and made it out by delivery around 9am... my poor tube went out around like 11[m yesterday from a town 200miles from me... so tommorow it should be here and OFC I have a freaking final -.- so I'm proabably GOING to miss the delivery... time to leave a big freaking Note on my front Door >.> 

post #424 of 751
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Yar, the maker of the amp is Indeed, lol nice name for an Amp company huh lol

and OMG YOU WALKED IN AKIHABARA... there was a thread once... on a forum I used to be a part of... a guy there... went to a concert... in Akihabara... it was in a dark room... there where lots of speakers and flashy lights... and the DJ was Mixing VIDEO GAME OSTS FROM HIS GAME BOY ADVANCE POCKET :O

That was b4 I was an audiophile and I was like OMG Akihabra sounds magical... THEN i hear of the audio shops there... AND NOW YOU TELL ME THIS <.< I so jelly

But yea... my amp should be in some time soon... I was said to be in today but... well the USPS web tracker did not show it making it to delivery today. I sold a E6 the other day and I have my tracking number, and my item well it left the USPS Sorting Station, at like 4am and made it out by delivery around 9am... my poor tube went out around like 11[m yesterday from a town 200miles from me... so tommorow it should be here and OFC I have a freaking final -.- so I'm proabably GOING to miss the delivery... time to leave a big freaking Note on my front Door >.> 
So many weird names lol.

Yeah, but I didn't know of all those fancier headphone places. I've only been going to LAB1, Sofmap, and BicCamera. Turns out Yodobashi (that I pass by EVERYTIME I go to Akiba) has fancier setups to try. Though I wasn't as into headphone stuff back then, But wut, mixing from a GBA? nuts! sounds awesome!

Akiba is a weird place. Bunch of manga/anime culture stuff, games (this is where I finally managed to find a copy of Atelier Rorona in JP. It was sold out everywhere, and used copies even were super rare), and electronics. Though I only found out after my maybe 4th time going to Akiba that the bulk of real electronic shops were all in the alleys not on the main street.

In retrospect it may have been better than you didn't receive them the day before a final xD your mind would have been everywhere but on your studies.
post #425 of 751
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Another Katawa Shoujo fan? You have all my internets!
If you are indeed a fan:
While I'm a Hanako man myself, Misha is second. She's hilarious, but I like the inner psyche of her character, which is explored in Shizune's arc. There should've been a Misha arc... seriously. That would have been my fave. I hated Shizune's arc aside from all the focus that was put on Misha.
This doesn't leave my head...That part... I will NEVER forget this... I chose comfort and OMFGZLOLWUT
But man, her FACE! How can anyone NOT choose comfort on reflex?
If you're not:
472

 

KATAWA SHOUJO KATAWA SHOUJO

 

Shizune is best girl. Hanako pretty nice too.

post #426 of 751
Lily of Jatawa Shoujo wins my heart LOL

Mshenay, i believe you have a DS? Why not juat use that as an e-dict?
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Shizune, Hanako, and Rin take the cake for me.

post #428 of 751
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Shizune, Hanako, and Rin take the cake for me.

 

Wait, seriously Rin? I just skipped the hell out of her route LOL

post #429 of 751
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Wait, seriously Rin? I just skipped the hell out of her route LOL

Lol yeah, I really liked her character and storyline. It kinda frustrated me at times and made me sad at other times. Gotta say her neutral ending was the saddest route for me.
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Thread Starter 
Rin was the last storyline I went through. I LOVE Rin, but the romance aspect of her storyline was absolutely non-existent. Her storyline was good just because we got more insight on Rin, and not because we romanced her.

I probably hated Shizune the most out of the girls, though her arc was good in that it humanized Misha... and I loves me sum Misha.
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Wait, seriously Rin? I just skipped the hell out of her route LOL

... check the classified ARchives, I sold both my DS a w hile ago :O

post #432 of 751

Has anyone picked up the recently-released in the US sequel Corpse Party: Book of Shadows? Not only is the horror atmosphere, story, and characters great, the game utilizes binaural audio which makes the voices you hear a lot scarier and realistic.

post #433 of 751

I have a modest amount of JRPGs. If I could list them, they include (by console):

 

PS3:
Final Fantasy XIII

Eternal Sonata

Star Ocean: The Last Hope International

Ar Tonelico Qoga: Knell ar Ciel

Resonance of Fate

Trinity Universe

Agarest War ZERO

 

PS2:

.hack//INFECTION

Final Fantasy X-2

Final Fantasy XII

Star Ocean: Till the End of Time

Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria

Xenosaga I, II, III

Tales of the Abyss

Kingdom Hearts II

 

PSP:

Valkyria Chronicles II

Phantasy Star Portable I, II

Persona 3 Portable

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII

Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep

 

Nintendo:
Pokemon Sapphire, SoulSilver, Black I, Black 2

Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker

Tales of Symphonia

Summon Night: Twin Age

 

I've played every one of them for quite awhile to get a good impression and know them by heart. But to state whether I finish them entirely or not is a different story. My personal favorites are  Tales of the Abyss, Eternal Sonata, and Xenosaga III. I had to list all the Nintendo ones because they were definitely a part of my childhood.

 

EDIT: Just wondering if visual novels count as well, they're more like dating sims than RPGs. If they are, then I've definitely read a fair share of them. 


Edited by Tundramystic - 1/18/13 at 11:11pm
post #434 of 751

http://m.ign.com/articles/2013/01/21/project-x-zone-coming-to-north-america

 

Link says it all.  Granted it's for the 3DS.

post #435 of 751
Thread Starter 
My 3DSXL is ready.

Currently playing Fire Emblem: Awakening. Great game so far.
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