My experience with 5G on AT&T has been hit or miss. There’s times where I’ll hit 5G+ and get to experience that gigabit speed but overall based on my experience 5G isn’t much better than 4G. I know they’re probably still rolling out towers around town since 5G+ is getting more common. So it really depends on where you… Read more
even for kids born in the 80s you still had stuff like battle of the planets, voltron, ulysses 31 and other odd imported or recut japanese shows
it’s really weird that when an IP gets massive like Pokemon is almost detached from the category of origin, I bet many that grew with Pokemon still wouldn’t say they are anime fans
DBZ, etc... are the ones that were most available on TV for the past generation. For current little ones growing up, they will have a much broader range with streaming services.
Steph Curry is a gigantic fan of Serial Experiments Lain, so...there’s that.
I mean. For kids born in 1990 or later, what % hasn’t seen Pokemon. I would guess it has to be a majority or somethign close of Americans under the age of 30 who have watched some anime in their lives, whether it be Pokemon, DBZ, or Naruto. Read more
i have noticed that in weightlifting, there are a lot of anime fans for the same reason, the training motif, constantly getting stronger and absurd feats of strength being possible at the end.
CEO Boss Bowser got mad.
If he's not selling it or making any money of off it I don't see how they could ban it and once the files are online they will always be available.
It’s certainly nice to hear someone who recalls what the OG AitD was like. I find that doing so is usually an argument to leave the IP alone, because it’s not a game that aged especially well. I think more than anything else, it basically invented a genre, while seemingly taking a lot of inspiration from classic… Read more
There is also the fact that individual artists rarely have the resources to successfully sue a large corporation. I'm sure there are copyright lawyers that will take on pro bono or commission work, but you don't hear about it that often, and even in a seemingly straightforward case like this they can drag the… Read more
The reason is Brazil’s law has other companies write their opinions on upcoming mergers, and by law, those opinions are 100% public. That’s why the attention is on Brazil -- because it’s transparent.
Dude please, if they made it exclusive, you’re not buying an Xbox because it has COD. Admit it. The value of Act/bliz has more to do with their entire back catalog of games that could be added to game pass than one franchise. The “worst industry scandal in forever” means the company is CHEAPER to buy. So no, not… Read more
Yeah, I can’t think of a time when there wasn’t a glut of them. More so even than flavour-of-the-year genres like open-world games or survival MMOs.
Hell, Pokemon is on the list and they release at least one game a year.
With today’s GOP, do we even need The Onion anymore?
Remember though, Trump’s day-drinkin’ WH doctor deemed him virtually immortal and Donnie aced the “Person, woman, man, camera, TV” test that virtually no one ever actually even gets close to even passing.