Comment on Top 20 Seiyuu with the Sexiest Voices by Kaarme:
Haha, yeah. Same thing.
Recent comments by Kaarme:
- Shingeki no Kyojin Mangaka: “I Dumped Its Shocking Ending”:
Who knows what’s the whole truth. It’s easy to think pessimistically, but in reality there are lots of authors who want to end their work in a “shocking” manner because they think it’s cool or different. Is that inherently any better than trying to purposefully please the fans? Just think of Usagi Drop, for example. The first half was so good it got an anime despite such a genre hardly ever getting animated. The latter half, however, was such bullshit the anime didn’t want to touch it at all. …
- Shingeki no Kyojin Movie = “Live Action”:
Realistically speaking Hollywood might not have been any better because I doubt they could have secured a big enough budget and a good director interested in the project. Too little money and a B movie director will produce garbage no matter where it’s made. However, the Japanese themselves will fail invariably because they simply couldn’t ever have the resources, plus most of the cast and environment was quite specifically European looking. But if they drop that and instead relocate it to a …
- China Scrambles Warplanes Into Senkaku Airspace:
Japan is still probably in the top 5 of military spenders. But like Germany, they just don’t want to use the military for anything much. A matter of attitude and laws, rather than resources.
- “The PS4 Really Is Hotter Than The Xbox One!”:
It’s worth wondering, but then again, if they weren’t bought, no later, fixed versions would be made. They wouldn’t make more if the initial batches still filled warehouses. Fortunately warranty will help the early buyers.
- Xbox One “Bricked On Day 1″:
Everybody who has ever disassembled an optical disc drive knows they are full of moving parts made of plastic, so it’s hardly surprising they break easily. What’s surprising, though, is that these consoles apparently don’t get tested before they are packed into the cardboard boxes and shipped to the stores. I mean, there’s no way a broken optical drive would pass any quality assurance test, no matter how superficial. Given the extreme cost optimization and production numbers I’d understand a …