Gamer Girl Musings: Attack on Titan, Bravely Default, and More

FUNimation has announced that they will reveal the English cast for Attack on Titan in March. Fortunately, FUNimation generally has a good reputation when it comes to making high-quality English dubs, so while I’m confident that they selected good voices for everyone, it doesn’t keep me from worrying every now and then. All I want is for Eren, Mikasa and Levi to be portrayed by talented voice actors that can convey all of their emotion and strength. If the voice actors can pull that off, I’ll be content.

Bravely Default is one of the most enjoyable, difficult games I have played in a while. I think it’s safe to say that I’m getting close to the climax, and I’m excited to see how it will pan out. I love the retro art style of the game, and it makes me want to play some of my favorite RPG’s again, such as Final Fantasy IX, Fire Emblem: Awakening, and Kingdom Hearts II.

Speaking of, Kingdom Hearts III needs to come out sooner. Avid fans of the series have been waiting for eight years. Eight. Sure, we’re a dedicated bunch, but with the waiting easily continuing for another three or four years, I’m getting really impatient for its release. It had better live up to my expectations or else.

I don’t understand why “Living Dead” by Marina and the Diamonds isn’t on iTunes. It’s the only song of hers that I really like, and it isn’t on iTunes. Something needs to be done about that, especially since iTunes already has the problem of not including anime or video game soundtracks.

School has decided to slam me at once with all sorts of work–as I was expecting, but keeping track of everything takes a lot of time, constant planning, and constant printing. Good thing printing at the library is cheap, or I would have a serious problem on my hands.

“Twitch Plays Pokemon” is the most painful thing I have ever tried to watch–hilarious, but so painful. Watching Red pace in circles and check his inventory every five seconds makes me cringe and laugh in pity for the players trying to progress in the game (how they’ve managed to get this far is beyond me). If nothing else, the epic narrative that has emerged from this train wreck of a social experiment is the most enjoyable aspect of this gaming adventure.

I’m craving vegetables and fruits, both of which are in a very small amount in our house–that, and Roasted Garlic Sea Salt chips. They’re a delicious, highly-innutritious snack.

I’ve recently gotten into watching sports (living in a house full of guys would do that to anyone), and I really enjoy watching the Phoenix Suns play. They’re a fun team to watch, even if it tends to stress me out to no end. Here’s what I’ve learned–no one knows exactly what a travel is. Also, referees suck. They make some of the stupidest calls ever.

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