/m/, do you swear everything for Big Fire?
What's a good Gundam series that's relatively newish (say, came out around 2000 or later)?
The most important thing to me is interesting characters you can care about. After that, a good plot with some of those "fuck yeah" moments where things happen that you hoped, or maybe even didn't dare hope, would happen. After that, I guess cool mecha and appealing art. And then after that I guess
Pic related is all I've watched so far of the franchise, besides a few episodes of Wing as a kid.
Moeagare, moeagare, moeagare,...
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It was about time this franchise finally had a grunt suit to surpass the Leo.
Would a colony drop be something that anybody on the surface of the Earth would notice? What I mean is, would it cause earthquakes, bad shit ect. on the other side or the planet? Would you hear a huge boom? Just what would a colony drop be like?
Yas thought of this for The Origin and put in a little more detail about the Iffish drop.
In it, it actually split into 3 parts that struck the earth at different points in the Pacific Rim, with one of them being the Sydney area.
I have a idea for a robot boy deconstruction.
Ask me more.
Does a fighting machine need limbs and heads?
yes, you need a head and at least three limbs or your fighting machine will not work.
so I'm assuming the Jaguar in the future portion of the Daitetsu episode is the younger Super Jaguar from the future, probably sent back in time again to fix the paradox or whatever. So where is the Jaguar we all know?
This show is very hard to describe in words.
What mecha shows feature Ireland or even Irish characters? Gundam is one, but I don't like it's portrayal of the country in the original MSG era or 00. Dublin has an "English Quarter" for some reason in the former, and the IRA are still fighting in 00. Do the Japanese even know what they're doing? Doesn't seem like it.
A character from Fafner is from Ireland, but I think Ireland was invaded/decimated by aliens.
She's a pilot and then a mech engineer. She attempts to give the mechs she gives names from Irish mythology, but the Japanese kids who pilot them complain that the names are too hard to remember and she has to give them Japanese names instead.
What do you want in the next AC?
For me it would be:
3D multi-directional space combat.
First person cockpit view.
More realistic/real world militaristic aesthetic of the AC 5/VD mechs.
Full series reboot.
So basically not an Armored Core game in any sense. Why even tie it to the franchise in the case?
I'd just like to see a game in the vein of 4 (not For Answer) with many of the absent systems of 2 and 3 re-introduced to be honest.
what's wrong with 4 and 4A's aesthetics? i thought those were real enough.
I'm with you on multi dimensional space, or space combat though,that could be interesting
and fps should be an option not a forced feature
Does Space Battleship Yamato come under mecha?
Yes, as does LotGH.
Along with its accompanying fighters.
> This scene happens
Goddamn it, this shit was waaaaay too cruel man...just why?
Yo, what Brave series other than GGG are worth checking out?
Any of them even fully subbed?
All of them are subbed except the following:
ExKaiser and Goldran are currently being subbed by Silver Castle on youtube, since they finished all of Iron Leaguer.
Dagwon got 4 episodes subbed so far.
Might Gaine subs are crabsticks. You can get the gist of it, but is full of errors.
it's happening !
THIS IS NOT A DRILL
THIS IS NOT A DRILL.
TOEI CHANNEL HAS AIRED THE FIRST EIGHT EPISODES OF MASKED RIDER KUUGA, AND THEY HAVE COMPONENT MASTERS
I REPEAT: THEY HAVE COMPONENT MASTERS OF KUUGA
I don't remember any Gundam having this kind of humor