Post by Des Shinta on May 27, 2017 11:31:18 GMT -5
Shinta's take on Yugioh: Battle City The most infamous arc in the franchise opens the door to the real way to play the game, the introduction of some of the strongest monsters in the game…and an Antagonist SEVERELY screwed over in import. Also: a god turned into an executive producer. What idiot Thought that was a good Idea?
Post by Des Shinta on Jun 17, 2017 10:23:40 GMT -5
RPG Hell: Megaman Battle Network 2 Part 3 The gospel incident concludes with Aerial terror attacks, weather machines, and cities consumed in radiation. And yet the most anger-inducing thing is the rationale’s of it’s endboss.
Post by Des Shinta on Jul 15, 2017 11:36:34 GMT -5
Tokusatsu in Review: Kamen Rider W; Begins Night FANG! W dives back to the event that set off their adventures amidst a case of the sudden resurrections. And actually pulls such a plot off unlike Kamen Rider Taisen which ripped this movie off.
Tokusatsu in Review: OOO and W: Movie War Core. SKULL! We Dive into W’s Post-series stories with Akiko gaining a look back on her father’s origins as a Rider on her wedding day…while Toshiki Inoue takes the characters of Kamen Rider OOO for a ride that Doesn’t make much Sense, even if you know Nobunaga Oda. Poor Eiji Hino, he’s barely relevant to his own damn Crossover film.
ETERNAL! Riku sanjou Concludes all of the Video W content with Exploring Katsumi Daidou’s backstory…and in doing so harms the view-ability of one of the best Kamen Rider movies made. Toei does not learn.
In addition, an update video on Real life issues and the future of the show:
Post by Des Shinta on Sept 16, 2017 13:34:33 GMT -5
Shinta's Take on Yugioh: Virtual World Arc. Everyone falls into the Depths of Link Vrain’s earliest Predecessor, in the anime-only filler arc exploring the kaiba Brothers’ backstory with their own villains to boot. Too bad the chosen villains were a bit ridiculous and it was interrupting a more interesting Arc.
Post by Des Shinta on Sept 23, 2017 12:38:39 GMT -5
Tokusatsu in Review: Garo Tougen no Fue The Last of the Kouga-era Content (Beyond Rei’s Spinoffs) Closes with a Tale focused on the two Makai priests closest to him, alongside a pair of women attempting to revive a sealed evil. Isn’t that always the way of this franchise?
With Ryuga on the run from the world, the Makai Knight struggle to gain an Advantage over the Madou Horrors; with the true mastermind being revealed in their midst! Eh, still makes more sense of a plot-twist than Sigma Fudou’s. .Hack//G.U last recode giveaway is active until October 29, 2017: youtu.be/CT3V9VayLco
Yamo Wo Terasu Mono Ends with the Madou horrors Exterminated, The Garo armor restored to it’s golden shine, and a Sealed evil unleashed upon the world! …come on, would you expect a Garo entry to end any other way?
Post by Des Shinta on Nov 12, 2017 13:43:27 GMT -5
Tokusatsu in Review: Zyuden Sentai kyouryuger Intro/Part 1 Vamola! Des Shinta dives into the last widely popular and yet mixedly-received modern sentai series! Maybe that mixed reception has to do with it being the third show based around Dinosaurs when there are other themes they've yet done.
Post by Des Shinta on Nov 24, 2017 15:22:06 GMT -5
.Hack//Retrospective: .Hack//G.U. Last Recode Game Developer Cyberconnect2 has released a remaster of their greatest original work. How does it stack up? Here's franchise fan Des Shinta with a spoiler-light review of the story, it's improvements, and additions!
Tokusatsu in Review: KyouRyuger vs Gobusters A Massive Teamup of an unprecedented (Outside of Gokaiger) number of Sentai Members! It's too bad they gave this to the guy who freely admits to sucking at managing larger casts. Still better than ANYONE bar Naruhisa Arakawa would've done with this, but you can see the executive mandates as plain as day. And yet people still ask why it didn't get adapted.