Weird, forgetful, careless, slow, silent, silly-stupid, socially awkward, and Asian!
the ironic thing is that i am asian, so that's breaking the stereotype
oh i was waiting for someone to drop it's name
large-breasted female fighter in gym bloomers.
it feels like he used his middle finger on purpose, ya'know, hinting something?
Indeed, i just remembered that, quite dissapointed really, even if i wasn't really a fan of origin, but i would've loved to see a new C&C game release
Youtu.be Project Diva f is now going to be released on PSVITA for the western fans
Voodoo, Arcane, and Black Magics, All the curses to EA
People have worked hard on this!
EA being EA.
however, i'm quite curious if internet's hackers can actually make the latest build of the game work even after the official servers shutdown, or even better, make the game fully unlocked and moddable, now imagine that!
huge once piece plot spoiler!
finally, anime names
To me, Source was the gate that opened the world of game modding to me, and later, the world of indie games, and that's thanks to Moddb.
Congratulations, i look forward to see your game completed and on steam in the near future!
give it some horns and a bow, then you will have Clinkz
I happaned to find the page about a month ago, i was quite suprised as well
hopefully, the game is properly optimised for PC,
i keep an eye on this page for updates Pcgamingwiki.com but no one has added any info so far
Please stop promoting your game in various groups and profiles, it is considered spam, and might increase the chances of getting yourselves banned.
i just went through his comment history, quite a sad guy
i used to play a lot of armored core on ps2
"J-Stars Victory V" PS3/PSV crossover-team action battle game that was made to celebrate Weekly Shonen Jump’s 45th and V Jump’s 20th anniversaries.
if someone loves something so much, he/she would try to spread it.
but in this case, yes the art style can be considered "anime", but characters are from a ps3 game, so this might be more fitting in the 7TH-gen gamers group