One reason why I haven’t been posting as much recently is because I’ve been playing Borderlands 2. It’s an immensely fun game, and I picked it up because of the amazing gameplay experience and memories I had playing Borderlands 1.
For the hardcore gamer fan, one fun thing about Borderlands is the ability to create modded weapons or gear through a game save editor. This is made possible due to the fact that everything is made up of multiple combined parts, which give rise to the gigantic variation in the amount of equipment that can possibly appear in Borderlands 2.
Above is the fourth PV for the Prism Nana original anime project.
Watching this PV makes me a little confused. It seems as though there are 3 different personae to each character – one which lives in the normal world, one which plays music in an alternate world and one which fights monsters in yet another world. Either that, or the music-playing personae are just the characters with a different dress design to be used in the OP/ED theme or for some performance in the show.
“Yet another gallery post for EOY?” Yup, yet another gallery post.
This time round, featured in this post are itasha and itanshas (check out the wiki article if you don’t know what these are) that were displayed during EOY. If you’re looking for inspiration on how to decorate your car or motorcycle, perhaps these pictures can help you.
Shots are taken by NightSky and kuumined. Open the pictures in a new tab or window for full size.
As of 4 days ago, Wizardry Online’s Open Beta has started up. This is the international release of the Japanese version of Wizardry Online created by Gamepot. Wizardry Online isn’t your typical MMORPG. What makes it unique from other games is that the player may experience a perma-death whilst playing the game…