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Azaar

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Azaar last won the day on March 11 2019

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About Azaar

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    タヌキを変える / Changing Tanuki
  • Birthday 08/11/1975

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    Male
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    North Carolina
  • Interests
    Guyver, D&D, reading, video games, bunch of others
  • How did you find us?
    Came over from the Warrior Guyver website, which I've been a member of since 2003.
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    Guyver 1

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  1. Talk about your console wars. I confess, I'd decided most of two months ago that I was going to make the leap to Xbox Series X and leave PlayStation behind -- mostly because I actually have some friends who still play Destiny 2, as well as some other factors. But now? 11am tomorrow morning can't come fast enough.
  2. It's official: additional story DLC with three new characters. I'll let you see for yourself.
  3. I'm actually intrigued by it, myself. Problem is, we're gonna have to wait another year before we can see it, because it got pushed back to 2021 thanks to this COVID-19 pandemic.
  4. The times in which we live, am I right? The more I've found myself (mostly) sitting around, the more I've felt that my own rewrites need to happen. With X-Day occurring three years earlier than originally estimated when I started writing my take on the story of Gabe Kelso, it meant things would have to be different. So... after several years of banging my head against the wall and being rather writer's-blocked, my own re-writes have officially begun (in fact, began last night). Some highlights: Inception: It's going to be, in many respects, a brand-new retelling of Gabe's origin
  5. I've enjoyed the franchise as a whole, even when the movies have been somewhat lackluster, but my favorites will always be the original and T2. That said, I want to have faith in this movie because a) James Cameron is involved again, which is something that can't be said for any other Terminator movie past T2, and b) Tim Miller did a pretty bang-up job with Deadpool, so I'm actually optimistic (which is better than I can say for Star Wars, thanks to how badly Disney has mangled the sequel trilogy thus far). As to the former, I have two answers; one is the straight answer, the second is m
  6. Ehh, I was never a fan of Fujin, but then again, MK4 was definitely my least favorite MK game of the Midway/arcade era. Given what I've seen of MK11 (yes, I went ahead and got it, along with the extra bonus stuff), there's still a part of me holding out hope that Mileena will make a comeback. But today, they released the new gameplay reveal:
  7. You know, it's stuff like this that makes me interested more and more in MK lore...
  8. Newest titles to look forward to this year (for me), in no particular order: 1) The Outer Worlds (getting it on console, because screw that PC exclusivity junk) 2) Cyberpunk 2077 3) Vampire The Masquerade: Bloodlines 2 -- FINALLY, a sequel to one of my favorite PC games of all time. And it'll be available on Xbox One and PS4 as well as PC.
  9. Interestingly enough, Guyver (Mutronics) and Guyver 2: Dark Hero are prequels, at least in the Warrior Guyver universe. Sean bonded with his unit a year or more before Chronos discovered the "original" three units in Japan. As for the rest of the post -- there's no denying that Mutronics is bad, I won't even try to defend that. Sully, however, has said before that he wants to rewrite the first movie because of all the wacky crap that went on for the WG universe. So at least there's that. And, speaking for myself, there's actually one character from Mutronics that I have planned on usi
  10. Not entirely sure if I'll get it at launch, but I have watched several of the character reveal trailers. Johnny Cage's fatality is pure hilarity -- I mean, most of his stuff was funny (like the Ninja Mime reference, or having help from "stunt doubles" wearing previous Johnny Cage costumes. But the fatality is just hilarious to me.
  11. I've not played in a while, myself, but I have it on both PS4 and XB1. Never played it on PC. The console versions were both Ultimate Evil Edition with Reaper of Souls, and I bought the Necromancer DLC for both as well. Demon Hunter and Necromancer are my two favorites, but like Matt said, there's plenty of good builds out there for all the classes. One of these days, I'll get it all together for a Crusader and go all Captain America shield-slinging all over the place -- have most of that build on XB1, but need to get it going on PS4. I've not done seasons yet, even though they're ava
  12. For my part, I thought Solo was better than most claimed -- definitely better than Force Awakens or The Last Jedi. And @Matt Bellamy hit the nail on the head in regards to why I didn't like it: the characters. Specifically, in my case, the new characters. From the beginning, Poe came across as a poor man's attempt to blend Han and Wedge Antilles. He has some moments where the characterization tries to be interesting, but by and large the performance comes across as uninspired. The Last Jedi only made things worse, with having him lead a mutiny of sorts. It just felt jarring at best.
  13. To reply: Matt: I won't deny that what Marvel is doing works -- I'd be an idiot to deny it. I just wish that Marvel would try to step out of their comfort zone a little more, but that's just me -- they have done so, to be fair, when they opted for Guardians of the Galaxy. I remember thinking that Marvel had made their first misstep with GotG, and was very pleasantly surprised to be proven wrong when I went to see it after several of my friends said it was excellent. My hope for DC, going forward, is that Geoff Johns will get more hands-on with things -- like Feige, Johns is a fan
  14. Speaking for myself, I actually enjoyed Justice League pretty well. Is it as good as Marvel? Not really, but there are two factors that are worth keeping in mind: 1) The DCEU is effectively a decade behind Marvel, and so it's little wonder that Warner Bros. feels the need to try and rush things along in an attempt to catch up. 2) Everyone keeps comparing it to Marvel and making Marvel out to be gods. The second factor, I think, is what bothers me the most. Yes, Marvel did good with Iron Man, the first couple of Captain America movies and such. The thing I've started seeing,
  15. If I remember Correctly, Sean had a nightmare (which was really the Utah Relic trying to commune with the Guyver unit Sean was bonded to, just with Sean resisting because of his issues with the unit and how out of control he felt), and it triggered a mini-quake that opened a fissure in the main dig site cave. Mary was one of the two college kids who subsequently discovered the fissure and the outer hull of the now-revealed Utah Relic, and brought it to the attention of Marcus Edwards and Arlen Crane.
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