Lan Sukasa

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Last Login: 07/23/2014 2:09 am

Registered: 09/20/2008

Gender: Male


Birthday: 03/10/1994

Occupation: Doing Nothing Productive


Information about me

Gaya's #1 or so slightly elitist Lucario type of neckbeard dude.

This is my profile. Nothing special here, really. :T
I am also...

-A Brony (let the butthurt begin...)
-Definitely NOT a furry (but I am sort of a closet furry, however.)
-Some dude who plays video games (I won't use the word "gamer" because some people hate that word like it's some kind of racial slur.)
-A Pokemon fan
-A subpar chiptune artist (do you reallllllly want to listen to my s**t!?)
-That idiot who caused quite a bit of drama in the Pokeforum (most of which all started with my sarcastic size 24 bolded posts, because everyone there has a broken sarcasm detector.)
-A victim of various trolls who only appeared in the Pokeforum just to play with my autism because it's SO FUNNI LOL #YOLOSWAGHERPDERP420MLG
-A victim of hardcore PC elitists that can never accept the fact that some people have different gaming preferences
-A victim of Dark Souls' artificial difficulty (inb4LOL, DARK SOULS IS EASY, UR JUST A FILTHY CASUAL)
-A victim of masochistic Dark Souls elitists who think easy games should never exist along with people who dislike tough-as-balls games
-A victim of muffin rapists who tried to sell me refurbished Swedish lawnmowers
-An a*****e elitist that hates whatever is popular, according to a certain Monster Hunter fanboy. Yes, yes, yes, I know it's somewhat true, though. Sheesh.
-MapleStory player since 2005 (because I don't know what I'm doing with my life.)
-Some geek that likes to talk about old Japanese computers sometimes

In case you're wondering what the bloody ******** my avatar is, it's my moderately controversial Lucario cosplay. My motto isn't "Haters gonna Hate" for nothing. A wild Haxorus appeared!

And NO, I don't roleplay. Seriously, I've gotten enough RP requests as it is, I don't want my inbox to be spammed with even more requests to do your stinkin' imaginary furfag adventures just because my avatar happens to resemble a furry pornstar.

Also, I don't play that overrated mess that is League of Legends, so if you're wondering who plays the game, you're asking the wrong person. emotion_smilies/icon_donotwant.png

And now you're gonna insult me for calling the game an overrated mess, aren't ya? Heh. Also, Awesomenauts > LoL

Narf! emotion_smilies/icon_omnomnom.gif

3DS FC: 4468-1839-4002
PKMN Y Friend Safari type: Electric
Pikachu, Pachirisu, and... I still don't know the third one.

ACNL Dream Address: 4900-2120-3293

Miiverse (I make shitty drawings and nonsensical posts.)


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3DS: 4468-1839-4002
ACNL DA: 4900-2120-3293
Safari type: Electric (Pikachu, Pachirisu, third Pokemon currently unknown, why haven't I bothered asking anyone what it is?)


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Reno Takamiya Report | 07/19/2014 11:36 pm
Reno Takamiya

By the way, do you think you can help me with this question regarding MiiVerse? I tried asking Yahoo Answers! because I don't want to make a topic in the VGD, for obvious reasons.

Recently, I purchased a Nintendo 2DS. I linked both my Nintendo ID and Club Nintendo account together, and I recently logged on the Nintendo MiiVerse website. Only to find out, "Please configure initial settings via a linked Wii U or a linked system in the Nintendo 3DS family before using Miiverse on this device." a message like this displays every time. I've already done my Password, Mii, Profile settings on the 2DS. I've even confirmed and verified the E-mail that I have received from Nintendo. After doing all that, I decided to refresh the page but I still keep coming up with the same message on MiiVerse before I can even log on it. What am I doing wrong, and how can I fix it?
Reno Takamiya Report | 07/19/2014 5:48 pm
Reno Takamiya
Hey Lan!

I added your Friend Code to my 2DS. Mine happens to be 2165-7319-5254
Reno Takamiya Report | 07/17/2014 9:05 pm
Reno Takamiya
Seems like it. Someone did call me him out his "reasons" though, and brought up how in Fallout 3 you can blow up the bomb in Megaton. They ended up agreeing that they prefer their games without Voice Acting. So whenever they hear voices, they end up turning down the volume, and hearing the supposed voices in their mind. Meh.

By the way, I ended up getting my Sea Green 2DS from GameStop. They also had a B2G1 on DS games, so I ended up with TWEWY, Devil Survivour 2 and Pokemon Ranger: Guardian Signs. I still have Project X Zone to play, but I've never played Devil Survivour 2 or The World Ends With You on DS before.
Reno Takamiya Report | 07/16/2014 12:31 am
Reno Takamiya
According to the VGD's residential "Dante Impersonator", Final Fantasy VII won't see a remake because it would be seen as 'Terrorism'. Only because Barret, Cloud and Avalanche blew up reactors. Which they see as, "Acts of Terrorism" because many people lost their lives in the blast. I've researched and found out that Shinra happened to do most of the killing when it came to innocents. I really can't get behind this, mainly because we have had an abundance of FPS games and movies exploring the subject of "Terrorist's and/or Terrorism". Granted, they probably garnered controversy like Modern Warfare 2's Airplane Terminal level.

This only came about because of a topic made by Silver Highlights. CyberConnect2 is developing the free-to-play mobile remake of FF7's motorcycle mini game as an action game titled "Final Fantasy VII G-Bike". They've also shown interest in doing the remake for FF VII. I read an Article earlier that had a picture of the cast and Gearbox labeled over it. I hope Gearbox doesn't develop it, because they're only great with the Borderlands series and not much else. They also really specialize in investing and outsourcing titles they don't even have a hand in, like Aliens: Colonial Marines and the newest Duke Nukem title. With all that said, I can't see "Acts of Terrorism" keeping the remake from becoming a thing. I could see production costs being an inhibitor but not much else.
Reno Takamiya Report | 07/14/2014 5:24 pm
Reno Takamiya
I just found out that Target cancelled my (Sea Green, $99 2DS) without even letting me know. I tried looking on Amazon for one, but all I could find was the red/black combo ($158 ). I'll probably have to pick one up at GameStop or online at full price. The first clue should have been when Target took the (Sea Green 2DS) listing off, of their website. Yet, I was still willing to wait for Target because at the time they were ordering more. if I decide to go that route. I don't even know if I want to deal with the hassle, and I'm debating whether or not I still want a 2DS. I've even got Project X Zone: Limited Edition for the 3DS all purchased and ready to go.

Reno Takamiya Report | 07/07/2014 10:35 pm
Reno Takamiya
Regarding, Mighty No. 9 Mighty No. 9 begins new fundraising campaign, teases animated TV series and Official Site.

It's pretty sad when you can put whatever you want on Kickstarter and have people fund it. I seriously thought it was a site for things that people would actually use, ya know?
Reno Takamiya Report | 07/07/2014 10:18 pm
Reno Takamiya
Kickstarted just get's worse and worse. First, off Mighty No. 9 gets a second campaign for the animation/bonus content for the game. And, the first Kickstarter goal is for "Full English Dub". Now, you've got someone asking for money so he can make a freaking Potato Salad. That's right, Potato Salad. It happens to be up to $32,000 and some odd change. I wouldn't be surprised if it becomes a scam and he takes a big hit since I've heard they have to honor refunds/goals. I'm really starting to hate Kickstarter though.
Reno Takamiya Report | 07/06/2014 1:17 am
Reno Takamiya
I'm not even that skinny. What I really hate is the people who bash it and say it doesn't work at all. RAFFAKUN MORRY sounds like he hasn't even used it at all, if he's over-generalizing that all the games for it use 'simiplistic movements' or it's not accurate enough to pick people up. The biggest irritant in his argument is that stupid "What makes a game, a game debate" it irks me when people say "Real" games. Granted, there happen to be some with less focus on the actual gameplay and more with the movie feel, but not all of them are like that. Did you happen to read what I wrote to him?
Reno Takamiya Report | 07/06/2014 12:31 am
Reno Takamiya
Looks like Nintendo just patented a new device that enables 3D viewing on conventional 2D displays through the use of viewpoint tracking Judging from the Concept design it might need the use of glasses. And, since I have prescription glasses that's not the best idea to have them on top of each other. Although, the only time I do that is when it's at the IMAX movie theater.

By the way, RAFFAKUN MORRY is trying to have an argument with me regarding the Kinect.

Akaru Renuji

problem is ...when your entire game depends completely on those simplistic movements, you have pretty little room to work whit sweatdrop you just can't make really deep gameplay whit kinect in the 360 or xbone, only way it can work in a real game is as a Mic and that's it!

Have you even played games like: Kinect Sports, Kinect Sports: Season Two, Kinect Adventures and Disneyland Adventures, Wipeout, Puss 'N Boots? Not to mention, any other Microsoft first-party Kinect title? Or even used an Original Kinect for that matter? All of those games I've listed don't have those 'simplistic movements' or rely on them.. I'd imagine there's even more to work with when it happens to be Just Dance or any of those other dancing games.

Like I said before, the Kinect just like the Wii Mote's and the PlayStation Move have their own fair share of terrible games with motion controls. The PlayStation Move has even been tested to be more accurate than the the other two. But Leap Motion seems to be the worlds most accurate motion controller to date. There's a difference between it being the peripherals fault (Kinect, Wii Mote, PS Move) and when it happens to be the developers fault. You could say that even all three motion controllers have their own fair share of games with 'Simplistic Movements'. Wii Sports is a great example but it gets the job done.

The Kinect even has certain specs that people have been told to follow. You must have at least 6-10 feet between you and the peripheral itself. When a person isn't following those instructions that they've been told then of course it won't work. It's not going to work in a small room like an apartment or a bedroom. Even 'I' don't have that 6-10 feet when I play with my Kinect so I need to push back my couch a few feet to compromise.

I've played with both the Wii Remote's and the Kinect and I've found out that the Kinect has worked very well with those games that I've listed, and from what I've played. I never made a broad claim that it was the best peripheral/motion controller to date and that all games worked perfectly with it. But I also wouldn't say that it doesn't work. With those same games, the controls even work together with the mic very well.

As for your last statement, how do you know? Are you 100% certain that they didn't venture to see if only the mic would work in those supposed "real" games? I guess, every other game on every other system/handheld happens to be fake now. I hadn't realized that we we're getting into that "What makes a game, a game" debate.
Reno Takamiya Report | 07/05/2014 3:02 am
Reno Takamiya
Hey Lan, you'll love the newest Kickstarter I've found. Link

That guy only wants $500 dollars for that Kickstarter Goal? What does he plan on making, only one system for everyone to huddle around and use? I'm really hoping that ends up being a joke. I've had more fun with those "Plug into your TV 30+ Generic Games" from any of the retail stores that I purchased from and visited when I was younger.

Not to mention, those concept pictures. emotion_puke