Anyways, I just started my fourth season of reviewing stuff, and I"ll link you all that video to check out with a description:
Tokusatsu in review: Travelers, Dimension Police: Season 4 starts off with a Movie directed by Koichi Sakamoto…that fails at even being typical Japanese fanservice one would expect from a movie described as a “Supercharged sexy action thriller”, despite starring Nao nagasawa and Ayumi Kinoshita.
Post by Des Shinta on Mar 11, 2015 13:01:04 GMT -5
.Hack//Retrospective: .hack//G.U. Redemption part 1 The final Entry in the .Hack//G.U. game Trilogy opens with why the hell we should even still care about Ovan as more than a villain after all he has done, while Atoli gains some closure over the incident in Moon Tree. Also: More Roots Bashing. Because it deserves it.
Tokusatsu in Review: Garo Gaiden "Smile" Shinta heads back to Garo as Karou puts up a one-woman show, with the rest of the first series’ cast playing a part, In this short special set in the middle of the series’ first season.
Tokusatsu In Review: Denji Sentai Megaranger Part 1 For this year’s Sentai review, the show Installs the tech and device sentai that helped spawn one of the best seasons of Power Rangers Ever! Yes, we’ll be talking about ‘in Space’ after we finish getting through it.
Post by Des Shinta on Apr 11, 2015 11:12:00 GMT -5
Tokusatsu In Review: Denji Sentai Megaranger Part 2 The Megaranger reviews continue with more teambuilding and character-focused episodes, a member going giant as another gains insane intelligence, and…An environmentalist message delivered by an ecological terrorist? ...How does that even work?
Post by Des Shinta on Apr 18, 2015 11:30:31 GMT -5
Tokusatsu In Review: Denji Sentai Megaranger Part 4 The Megavoyager makes it's Dynamic Debut to the Team's Arsenal, Yuusaku's given his pink slip, a certain bird escapes the notice of the Night watch Security guard, and Hinelar gives birth to the franchises' One True Evil Sentai Team. It's Time for the Nejiranger to strike.
Post by Des Shinta on Apr 25, 2015 10:12:43 GMT -5
Tokusatsu In Review: Denji Sentai Megaranger Part 5 Megaranger concludes with the Nejiranger’s fall, Hinelar creating his own planned community, and a final arc with a shift that comes straight out of freaking nowhere. I really don't believe it was foreshadowed at any point before this, at least.
RPG Hell: Mass Effect 2 Part 1 The show finally returns to mass effect and bioware’s stable of Role-playing games, with a sequel starring a Character who dies in the opening cutscene of the entry. They get better, we swear!
RPG Hell: Mass Effect 2 Part 2 In the second segment we reunite with old allies and find new ones, in the pits of the den called Omega. What was the Alpha in this relationship, Or Did Aria have them Sucked out into Space? She’s kind of intimidatingly cool like that.
Post by Des Shinta on May 30, 2015 10:04:06 GMT -5
RPG Hell: Mass Effect 2 part 3 Haestrom awaits to assassinate the character of a former team-member, while the present ones introduce the concept and advantages of Loyalty missions. Also: tali rejoins the crew.
Shinta reviews: Asura's Wrath (Part 1) (Part 2) Shinta celebrates his 4th year of reviewing with Cyberconnects final good game to date, where you become a deity defined by his infinite wells of rage. …Wait, they made a video game about Haseo B-st Form? I thought it was just a movie!
Post by Des Shinta on Jun 13, 2015 10:03:57 GMT -5
RPG Hell: Mass Effect 2 part 5 It’s time to assault the shadow broker, while more loyalty missions are placed in Que, and a Trip to the Krogan Homeworld threatens a case of blood being ejected from the body via biotic punch.
Post by Des Shinta on Jun 27, 2015 10:02:26 GMT -5
RPG Hell: Mass Effect 2 part 7 Mass Effect 2 Ends with Cerberus’ most abhorrent act to date, the long awaited mission beyond the gate from which no-one has returned, and Shepard turning himself into Decade, destroyer of worlds to stem the coming hordes by half a year. It’s not a good decision
.Hack//Retrospective: the G.U. Novels (Part 1) (Part 2) Shinta goes over the canon and noncanon written entries to The Gu run of the .hack series. See the beginnings of Alkaid’s empress-ship in Alcor, the story of Midori in Cell, The alternate takes of Mainline events to G.U.+ and Gnu, and hit up parody Mode with a surprisingly moving moment with .hack//4Koma! …There are a lot of .hack//G.U.-related novels.
.Hack//Retrospective: .Hack//G.U. Trilogy The GU sect of the .hack franchise closes with…a theatrical feature? Can a 90 minute movie possibly reduce an 80 HOUR long trio of games into a competent narrative representative of it’s content and core story elements while adding something original? Is this a legitimately good Movie adaptation of a Video game?
Post by Des Shinta on Jul 18, 2015 10:01:58 GMT -5
Tokusatsu in Review: Kamen Rider Ryuki Part 1 The First rider war? More like a Writer war, as Shinta explores the Third Heisei Rider series, and the only collaborative story to date between Toshiki Inoue and the infamous Yasuko Kobayashi. …It didn’t turn out well.
Tokusatsu in Review: Kamen Rider Ryuki part 2 The show introduces more riders that make it questionable why they are called such, as the new ambiguity to the title is more explored. Also: Everybody’s favorite plot device makes a cameo.
Tokusatsu in review: Kamen Rider Ryuki: Episode Final "Toshiki Inoue showcases how HE would have done Ryuki’s ending months before the show would approach that end, as we witness the life and death for the first Official female kamen Rider. Why is this the tradition carried over from Tackle’s Existence?"
Tokusatsu in Review: Kamen Rider Ryuki: 13 Riders "A rehash of the show’s entire story put in an hour or less? And stuff every rider in the series into it at that? How could one possibly do that with any chance of success? The answer: They didn’t desire success."
Post by Des Shinta on Aug 15, 2015 10:39:33 GMT -5
Tokusatsu in review: Kamen Rider Ryuki part 4 How do you make people like a series less? Add an annoying Ditz, an Angry Scientist, and Tokusatsu’s answer to Superboy Prime, while teasing at the answers to your show’s big questions after they’ve begun to unravel….which are never revealed.
Post by Des Shinta on Aug 22, 2015 10:46:44 GMT -5
Tokusatsu in review: kamen Rider Ryuki part 5 Ryuki Ends the First Rider war with the tale of a guy that just wanted to get by, The White Death’s final kills, and a massive Reset Button. As If there would be any better way to deal with this kind of mess.
I will be updating the broken blip links at some point, kind of busy right now.