As you've probably noticed the posts have slowed down to an almost non-existent state this week. There's a reason for this, so don't jump ship just yet. Currently I am working behind-the-scenes on my "Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance" playthrough, so that I can have that review out when the embargo is up. Disgaea is a game series that demands a lot of attention as it includes a ton of different things to do. I'm having to dedicate time to focus on details of the game so that when review time does come I can flow forth words in one fluid motion without having to go back, and reference things. Believe it, or not, but JRPGs are one of the more difficult genres of games to review, especially if you aim to be thorough. With that being said though I will be looking into Tuesday's PSN store offerings to see if I find something worth bringing to your attention via a review. I have admittedly slacked a bit in requests, but with my Xbox LIVE subscription renewed I can start reviewing Xbone game releases again. That will up my review count at least a little. Thanks to those of you who did not take back your Google+ likes, and to those of you who have stuck around. Just know that I've not given up, and have more reviews intended for the weeks, months, and possibly years ahead. Life willing, of course.
This weekend I'll be busy doing the Destiny thing preparing all three of my characters for the upcoming TTK DLC expansion. I know not everyone loves what Bungie, or Activision has done with the game, but to me the social gaming aspect is still important enough for me to entertain. I have Destiny's social experience to thank for allowing me to meet some of the most Awesome friends that I've made to this day. I myself have issues with the game, and b*tch a lot about it, but had it not been for Destiny I'd never have gotten to know my friend Dee, Trouble, or even Crusty Apricot. I think the developer nailed it with the social aspect, and for that I'll continue to fork over cash for Destiny DLC until my friends move on to something better.
Currently I have my Hunter where I want her to be in Destiny, and my Titan almost at the same point. My Warlock however is the one that really needs the work as I've not finished the campaign with her. In case you are wondering all of my Destiny guardians are indeed female characters. I've always favored female characters over the male ones, especially in games where customization is an option. My Hunter is a human female with black hair, and black lipstick (emo, I know XD). My Titan is an EXO female with devil horns, and a white paint splatter on one of her eyes (don't ask ...), and finally my Warlock is a human female with an appearance like LeeLoo from "The Fifth Element". So sexy they are!!!
Anyways that's "Whassup" here at the old inferno. I should probably also mention that anime reviews might be a new thing in the near future. My review of "The Troubled Life of Miss Kotoura" really struck a chord with my readers, and the numbers definitely reflect that. I was personally surprised at how impressive NISA anime was. Until I got the PR notices from NISA staff I had no clue that NISA anime was a thing. I'm truly glad I know about it now though. If you are looking for a perverted, but sometimes serious anime along the lines of "Goldenboy", and something heartfelt that Studio Ghibli would create then definitely pick up "The Troubled Life of Miss Kotoura". I don't think you'll be disappointed.
I'm going to close in saying keep things Awesome & Positive. Whether you realize it, or not the way you act online mood-wise does affect those around you. Much like in real life living with someone who is always spouting negative nonsense will eventually get you down as well. If you're not going to do it for yourself be uplifting, and positive for those around you. Maybe then you'll also see that everything in the world isn't so bad, and in turn will be lifted up too. Things could always be worse. Never forget that.