Talking about the Dark Eye RPG from Germany. It was the first true tabletop RPG I ever played.
"Cardcaptors: The Movie" (AKA "Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie) is an animated supernatural drama film based on the television series "Cardcaptors" (AKA Cardcaptor Sakura). The film starts off with Sakura (a girl who is in charge of capturing magical cards that she accidentally let loose) is up late at night trying to capture a card that is causing damage around town. After that battle she goes to bed and the next day she turns up to school in a very drowsy state from not getting enough sleep and talks to her friends about how she is going to spend her school holidays. Sakura is also having some strange dreams of water and a strange woman every time she closes her eyes. After school she goes to the shops to buy a bag with her friend named "Madison" only to be told that she is eligible to draw a ball from a box to win a prize. Sakura ends up pulling out a golden ball and ends up winning the grand prize that ends up being a free trip for four to Hong Kong. Sakura decides to take Tori (her brother), Julian (her brother's best friend and also Sakura's crush), and Madison. Sakura makes it to Hong Kong safely and runs into two more of her friends, Li and Meilin and has a great time with them. Her strange dreams have also started to become stronger to where a great evil magic can be felt. Is there some connection between Sakura's dreams and Hong Kong? (Click "Read More" to read the full review).
I discuss tabletop roleplaying games, I would like to play, but didnt have the chance to do so yet.
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Welcome back to another fabulous installment of "Kaiser Records: Written Edition". We are now up to the sixth edition and I'll be taking a look at a special re-release of the Australian band "Sunnyboys" 1981 self-titled debut album. See you all after the jump. (Click "Read More" to read the full review).
This was my first attempt at a video game stream. I recorded this 11 months ago. Cendoo joins me for this one. The second part will come soon.
Before we kick off the review I would just like to mention that the following review was written somewhere between late-2012 to early-2013. My review skills have grown a lot since then and I am surprised that they have grown in such little time. What I am trying to say is that this came from a time where I was a bit rougher and not as expressive as I am today and my reviews weren't as long. This review has been sitting on the shelf long enough and is time for it to finally come out. So sit back and enjoy this rare review (not so rare now) being released for the first time ever... Well nearly for the first time ever as this review was released on April Fools Day 2014 but it was converted into binary as it also doubled up as a teaser to promote this review (great, I'm hyping it up too much now).
"Casshan: Robot Hunter - Volume One" contains the first two episodes of a four part OVA series. The show is about a female soldier named Luna living in a post-apocalyptic world taken over by a robot army ruled by The Black King. Luna and the rest of the human survivors are hoping that they will be saved from Black King's evil robot army by the legendary hero Casshan giving it a very Jesus Christ style of storytelling. I don't mind the story but there have been many shows like this that have done the whole "legendary hero returns" story a lot better than what this does. (Click "Read More" to read the full review).
"The Amazing World of Gumball: The Amazing Volume Two" brings you six more amazing episodes and amazingly crams them onto one amazing DVD... Amazing! Cheap car salesman jokes aside The Amazing World of Gumball (or Gumball for short) is an animated series about the daily life of a little blue cat named Gumball Watterson. He just loves to play and get into trouble with his adopted brother that used to be their pet fish named Darwin. It is not as simple as that as they live in a cartoon world full of many different cartoon styles including: "Disney" looking characters, "Looney Tunes" styled characters, they even have 3D CGI and "Muppet" styled characters. Some of the amazing adventures found on this DVD includes: Darwin and Gumball invited to a crazy party, Darwin and Gumball getting lost in a dangerous forest while on their way to a picnic, Gumball starting up a race with the town's most dumbest people, Gumball going to a friend's funeral... a funeral for their pet that is, and Gumball and Darwin helping making their dad's wishes come true when he finds a magic wand. It truly is an amazing world. (Click "Read More" to read the full review).
While moping he meets up with another player who goes under the name "Kuroyukihime" and she ends up inventing him to meet up with her in the lounge where older students hang out. Arita takes her up on that offer and meets up with her and she makes him an offer that he can't refuse. She offers him a special software named "Brain Burst" that will give him the ability to tamper with speed. The only warning she gives him is that he should not connect to the Internet while he has that software. The next day Arita asks his mother for money but he has to be online for her to transfer funds into his bank and as soon as he knows it he finds out that this "special software" is actually a fighting game. Arita gets dragged into a virtual world and now he has to fight to keep his powers (I wonder if "Brain burst" has "Steam Trading Cards"). (Click "Read More" to read the full review).