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Modern Video Games / Pokemon Presents 02/27/24
« on: February 20, 2024, 05:41:17 am »
This was a known thing to be coming up, they usually have one on "Pokemon Day", but funny enough, I'm more interested to see what comes out of this one than the Partner Showcase, out of sheer morbid curiosity. 

Do we get a shallow, middling to bad, next generation (Pokemon Generation that is) release that may or may not, but most likely will flop in many of the same ways the last two mainline entries have, while still releasing it in an obnoxious double format that was never actually a good idea but is now horribly annoying? Do we get a shallow, middling, but mildly entertaining spinoff release that isn't great, but I kinda like despite its issues? Do we get a shallow, middling, remake with a boring art style that probably doesn't have all the content it should and doesn't bring anything all that interesting that is new? Or do we finally get New Pokemon Snap DLC, because I had absolutely charming time with that game and I have zero complaints with that release other than I wish they would give me more content, because I will pay for it? lol

Eh, I'm just a bitter old fan who stopped playing after Yellow and kinda hoped the Switch era would be so much better and great jumping back on point, but has mostly been middling to bad releases and New Pokemon Snap.  I would like to be surprised and something really great shows up at the event to make up for how terrible Scarlet/Violet was, but I just don't see it happening, it's not really possible unless it wasn't Game Freak making it and this new studio had a proper development run...but that might be too much to ask for, who knows.

Off Topic / Music in 2023
« on: December 18, 2023, 06:26:34 pm »
We don't do as much music stuff around here, but what was everyone's favorite listens this year?

Starbenders - Take Back the Night: This was a newer find for me in the past couple weeks, but this is a great rock band.  Kind of a mixture of styles, some glam rock, 70's rock, alt rock, all with sort of a darker energy at times with some of the lyrics, but turned into a band I'm really digging now and need to look into their previous stuff.

Warmen - Here For None: Another recent find, album wise, I knew of the band, primarily the brainchild of the Children of Bodom keyboardist.  Mostly an instrumental band with some voice stuff added, but they got a proper singer for this album who with the first song, sounds very close to Alexi Laiho (RIP).  To me, the song "Warmen Are Here For None" is a definite homage to Children of Bodom as it feels and sounds like a missing Bodom song.  The singer isn't exactly Alexi, doesn't have that higher range, but it's good and the rest of the album is more of its own thing as it's not just trying to replace Children of Bodom, but the vibes are inevitably there because of who is involved, so if you were a Bodom fan, this is a must listen.

Dethklok - Dethalbum IV: It's more Dethklok and I've been waiting for that.  I still need to watch the movie that just came out, but this albums is fun as usual.  I still think Dethalbum II might be my overall favorite, but they are all good.

Ghost - Phantomime: Ghost always releases fun cover albums and this is another good one, my favorites being Jesus Knows Me and Phantom of the Opera.

Electric Callboy - Tekkno: Really goofy and fun band that I dig for their Metalcore/Electronic music mixture and the fun they have with songs.

I think that's the best stuff I've listened to the most album wise this year from what I can remember or find going off stuff in my library on Amazon.  I did try and get into a rising band called Sleep Token, as there's some similar vibes to Ghost with their execution, but I can't get into the music.  It's harsher Djent stuff, mixed with kind of a lighter modern rock sound that just doesn't work for me.  Good stuff in the music, but I don't think this will be a Ghost situation where I'll get into them with later albums and then retroactively appreciate their previous stuff as Sleep Token would have to drastically change their style for me (Which they very well could based on their new masks/look they just showed off).

Modern Video Games / The Game Awards 2023
« on: December 07, 2023, 02:05:55 am »
Been abit since we had a game event with possible new announcements.  The awards themselves don't really matter in the long run, but I'm interested to see what takes GOTY just out of curiosity sake.  TOTK didn't have the same impact as BOTW, but it was still a very popular and successful game.  I've seen people say that Baldur's Gate 3 is an easy win, which I don't agree with, I don't think it's an instant guarantee next to Zelda, even though it sounds like the game absolutely deserves it.  My personal choice is Zelda, though I've only played half of the nominees (Spiderman 2, Resident Evil 4, TOTK).

As for game announcement stuff, anyone hoping for anything in particular? I'm always holding out for something Bloodborne, every event, doesn't even need to be Sony, could be an Xbox event, I'll hope for Bloodborne lol More realistically, I am kinda hoping for Monster Hunter World 2 (Or whatever the equivalent would be) to be announced.  Rise is done, Capcom supposedly has another big game meant to release for early next year (I don't think Dragon's Dogma 2 in March was supposed to be that, so I'm hoping it's this.  They could also announce another remake which would be cool (Just don't be Resident Evil 5), which I would be on board with.

Can't think of anything else off the top of my head other than something random like Banjo-Kazooie getting something due to some random talk being brought up lately, though Elden Ring getting its DLC showed off would be great.  Could certainly use an excuse to jump back into that after being away for a good while now.

One pie in the sky reveal could be Switch 2, it feels like we are coming up onto the timeframe for it to come out by March next year maybe, so this would be a decent event for it if they didn't want to just do it themselves, which they may.  I would be shocked if the Switch 2 doesn't release next year.

General / Shiny Game Sprites
« on: October 08, 2023, 05:20:06 pm »
This is a slightly odd request, but I do bead art, I posted them here in the past, but I wanted to try something I'd seen before, which is when you iron the beads, you take something called "Diffraction Sheets", it's a clear, holographic, sheet that when you iron, it transfers that holographic aspect to the beads, making it look like a holographic pokemon card or holofoil comic cover.

What I need help with remembering is video game sprites that give off that sort of vibe, where they get flashy looking, from the NES/SNES era.  Genesis could be possible too.  The best example of this is the Super Star from Super Mario Bros.  I kinda need help finding stuff like that.  Others that maybe I can think of off the top of my head would be like Mega Man X when he's holding a blast, same for Samus with her charge beam.  I don't just want ANY and ALL stuff like this, but stuff from notable characters that could fit within this would be greatly appreciated than me spending an hour or more digging through dozens and dozens of different games lol

Modern Video Games / TGS 2023
« on: September 21, 2023, 02:46:07 pm »
TGS is here, so what are you hoping to see be shown off, either newly revealed or perhaps hoping to see something new on an already released or shown off game?

I've already kinda seen what I was initially hoping for a little bit ago, we got the Separate Ways DLC for RE4 announced and released, and then I was hoping to see a little on the new FF7 game, but they let folks have access to the TGS demo, so I've already seen a decent amount of gameplay, of which that game looks incredible. 

For new stuff, my one big want of this show is a new Monster Hunter.  I didn't get into Rise that much, it was good gameplay, but I thought was held back by being a Switch game, so I'm wanting the big, new, designed for better hardware, new engine, experience.  The 20th anniversary of Monster Hunter is coming up in March, so I'm assume that's when the new game releases, so it would probably be around now that they announce the game perhaps.  Would make me very happy as I loved Monster Hunter World, I think I put 500 hours into that and the DLC (Which is rookie numbers compared to some people, but more than 150 hours for me in a non-multiplayer game is relatively rare lol), and I think I'm just extra hyped as I've been playing the Pokemon Go knockoff version of Monster Hunter on my phone recently lol

*EDIT* Damn, got this all typed up for Monster Hunter and apparently I got the schedule wrong and Capcom already did their showing early, I missed it, and they had nothing for a new Monster Hunter.  Well shoot lol

General / New Low Poly Games?
« on: April 01, 2023, 02:04:57 am »
I've been seeing some fun small scale indie things going on, nothing in terms of proper releases yet I feel, but I love the look of the old school, low poly, game styles.  N64/PS1 era stuff with the low poly 3D models, perhaps textured animations for mouths and such, games like Mega Man Legends, but are also modern enough games that aren't going to play like the old ones did.   Anything out there to maybe check out?  I feel like a great looking take on this is that "Bloodborne Kart", where it's a silly PS1 demake of Bloodborne, but as a kart racer. 

Off Topic / The new DCEU plans.
« on: January 31, 2023, 04:47:49 pm »

As someone that was absolutely not a fan of the Snyder DC era, I'm pretty hopeful for the future of these movies with all the changes going on and a big push for coordination between tv, film, animation, and games.  They are absolutely utilizing the Marvel formula, which is good, it worked, take the time to build up to the big projects, and theming it as "Gods and Monster" is a cool way to differentiate it.  I also appreciate that we are going to get stuff that isn't a part of the universe with the "Elseworld" branding, something I wish Marvel did more of, as we are still going to get the Matt Reeves Batman movies alongside the other Batman movie coming.

I wouldn't say I'm the biggest DC Comics fan, (Mostly just into Batman stuff) I was always more interested in Marvel, but there is DC stuff I like, and I want to be excited for some of these films.  I'd like a good Superman movie and especially a good Batman movie that deals with the crazy villains (I love Pattinson Batman, but he's not likely to ever fight Mr. Freeze, or Clayface, or Poison Ivy).  Even the Supergirl movie sounds cool with how they are going to handle her, and I've never really dealt with anything from her stories beyond some of the cartoons.

So whats your guys take on this? Of course none of the new story stuff is happening any time soon as they need to finish out what is left, but I can see some good stuff on the horizon.

Modern Video Games / Anticipated Games of 2023
« on: December 11, 2022, 09:21:53 pm »
2022 is almost over, which means it's basically over already, and who cares about the old, lets only care about the new!

But really, what are folks looking forward to next year?  For me...

Legends of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom - BOTW is one of my favorite Zelda games of all time, I'm not 100% sure if it's THE top, but it's pretty close.  Not that it doesn't have issues, but I'm hoping that's solved with this sequel.  Less shrines, bigger and more dungeons with proper boss fights, better music, and while I don't hate the weapon degrading feature, I think it would be better to not have that and maybe work out something new, like add blacksmithing that lets you create a few custom weapons that you can carry on you and switch between and upgrade.  There's a lot they can do to make this game pretty crazy.

Atomic Heart - It's like you took Bioshock, the future-retro scifi feel of Wolfenstein, replaced Nazi's with the Soviet Union, and then you had in Mick Gordon for the music and I'm into it.  I'm not like 100% crazy about it yet, but what I've seen looks really cool.

Street Fighter 6 - I've never really devoted a lot of time to fighting games, I've played them very casually since I was a kid, but never really got good at any.  I tried to remedy that with SFV, but that game was so bad, I just never tried.  SF6 though, it looks like it'll have a lot of cool singleplayer content which is a big plus for me and it's also just looking like a crazy awesome fighter, so I'm hoping to give it a real go this time.

Final Fantasy 16 - I like that the series is going back to its much more "traditional fantasy" setting, which hasn't been seen in the main line games since like the early days of the series.  Not that I played those ones, I started with FF7, but  this seems like a big change of pace from what they've been doing for like 20 years at least.  Gameplay looks really cool and I'm glad we are sticking with the action rpg stuff.

Resident Evil 4 Remake - The original game was one of my favorite RE games until everything from RE7 and up came out, and I'm not 100% sure on placement now, but it was still an awesome game for the time.  I'm hoping this game keeps a lot of what I liked from that game, while adding in new stuff to spice it up.  I know it's not gonna be the same game and I'm cool with that, the cheesy story and dialogue is funny, but not necessary to me, though I can still see a lot of elements sticking around with some ramped up horror to it.

Honorable Mentions

Wild Hearts - It looks like someone trying to make an alternative to Monster Hunter and that's great.  Monster Hunter Rise didn't really win me over entirely and until Monster Hunter World 2 happens, this could be a nice stop gap, or just a good game on its own.

Dead Island 2 - I'm still a sucker for zombie games and while this game has had such a journey to get here, it seems to be happening.  With Dying Light being a more serious experience, this could be a nice alternative to that series, filling the gap left by Dead Rising fading off as a series. 

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor - Again another I'm looking forward to that will likely be a good game, but not amped for it either.  The first game was cool, but it had some jank to it and dragged abit here and there, but was a very solid game.  Hopefully this really expands things.

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League - This one is real low for me, it has potential to be awesome, but I'm not keen on the gameplay idea of it at all.  I'd much rather have just had something like another Arkham game with some different Bat Family (Gotham Knights, but actually good), but we'll see.

Armored Core 6 - I love mechs and I liked AC2 back in the PS2 days, but I'm wondering what a post Souls, Bloodborne, Sekiro, Elden Ring FromSoftware does with the series as the game almost has a Souls vibe to it lol

STALKER 2: Heart of Chernobyl - This would go in my list proper, but there's no telling if this game happens or not.  The devs are Ukranian, so the issues with the game are quite clear.  It was already delayed into 2023 because of it and it's likely to get delayed again, but we'll see as I'd love to see the studio revive the series.  I want to love this, though I am worried they might try to modernize the series a little too much and not like add more depth and details and a deeper world to explore from the previous games, but who knows, we'll see.

Death Stranding 2 - This one is unlikely to come out next year, it's probably 2024 or 2025, but I'm stupid excited for this game.  Death Stranding turned out to be a surprise favorite of mine, like almost top 10 of all time possibility and I could not truly explain why.  The story is weird as hell, I can not explain most of it, I've played it through twice now, I will play it more, but the gameplay is just oddly satisfying to me, the world is interesting, Kojima's weird loves and quirks are plastered all over so it's cool getting this game where you see this one director's vision just bursting out of it in ways a lot of games don't.  It's also a wildly polarizing game.  If someone said they hate it, I fully understand and would never fault anyone for it, because that gameplay and the wacky as hell story is not for everyone, but I fell in love with it.  It's questionable release is mostly why I'm putting it at the bottom and I wanted an excuse to just gush about Death Stranding for no real reason lol

Modern Video Games / Favorite game of the year (So Far)
« on: November 01, 2022, 05:18:59 pm »
Coming up on the tail end of the year, only a couple big, notable, games left to release (God of War, Pokemon, perhaps The Callisto Protocol), so if you've been playing new stuff this year, what would you view as your favorite?

For me, it's still Elden Ring.  There's kinda nothing else that drew me in as much except for perhaps Grounded, which is possibly one of my favorite survival games.  There were other games I enjoyed like TMNT: Shredder's Revenge, Stray, and Metal: Hellsinger, but nothing else I enjoyed so thoroughly as Elden Ring.  I did miss out on a couple games that I'm not sure when I'm gonna get to like Bayonetta 3, Horizon: Forbidden West, Dying Light 2 (I actually tried to play it, but my PC wasn't having it) and most likely God of War: Ragnarok, but I feel like they still wouldn't quite reach the top level for me.

General / Spook'um Games
« on: October 11, 2022, 05:22:46 pm »
I've been struggling to figure out games to play for this month, like I'm not really into most horror games folks tend to play, I don't want to play stuff that is just jump scares, no real gameplay, lots of hiding, or just a walking simulator mostly.  I'm not into the games for the outright spooks, I'm more here for like the atmosphere or good gameplay.  The one exception I made was SOMA, which was a nice time, but nothing else similar has appealed to me. 

I feel like I've played most of the type of games I prefer, like I enjoy zombie stuff, so I've played the Dead Rising, Dead Island, Resident Evil stuff, I've done Evil Within, Dead Space, Alien: Isolation...I played FEAR back in the day, tried FEAR 3 and it sucked.  I am going to play the new Evil Dead game as I've had it since launch, but I haven't gotten around to the multiplayer yet lol I'm also going to be playing the upcoming Resident Evil 8 DLC when that releases.  I've played other games also, I've just been struggling to find the right games that appeal to me.  I did consider that Tortured Souls, it's basically a modern take on the classic Resident Evil style, fixed camera, but waiting to see a sale show up on that one as I'm not huge into classic Resident Evil gameplay.

I'm mostly looking for PC games with this and really this thread can just be a general horror game talk alongside recommendations.

Video Showcase / My Bead Art Videos
« on: August 17, 2022, 06:36:03 pm »
Some folks might remember forever ago I had posted that I do bead art stuff, but I've basically never stopped and these days I casually sell at cons and I started to make video shorts using them.  It's mostly just on general social media right now, some day I might post a compilation on Youtube, but that's not really the platform for this sort of stuff, so you can find my videos @Kamapixel on Instagram, Tiktok, and Twitter.  Almost all my stuff is video game based, and I'll link those here of what I've done over the past couple months as I re-learn general video editing and try out silly ideas I get.  I also have started doing video clip stuff from some of the vtubers I watch, but that's more on my Tiktok and Twitter.

Mario Bros Mini's -

The Greatest Piece of Bead Art I've Ever Made -

Magnetic Armor Mega Man X -

3D Mettaton -

Mini Bead Keychains -

QR Code Timelapse Test -

Modern Video Games / Xbox Showcase 2022
« on: June 12, 2022, 10:30:03 am »
I may not be a big Xbox fan anymore, but I am a PC gamer, so I'm looking forward to seeing what they'll have to show here today.  I'm mildly interested in Starfield stuff as Fallout fan, but Fallout 76 really put me off Bethesda, so I'm not sure.  The only "dream announcement" for me is a new Banjo-Kazooie game announcement, whether that's a remake of the first two games, or a probably new game, I'll take it.  Or hell, I'd take Rare Replay being made available on PC so I can more easily play the HD remasters lol

Redfall gameplay shown off.  Left 4 Dead styled looter shooter. And here it starts with the 2023 release dates lol

Hollow Knight Silk Song gameplay.  I know people have been dying for this.  No release date, but according to the host, all games shown are out within the next 12 months.

High on Life, some goofball shooter with talking weapons from the creators of Rick and Morty.  October release.

Riot Games are putting their games on PC Game Pass, which I think their games are mostly free as is, but for example with League, all champions are unlocked.

Plague Tale: Requiem gameplay, is out this year.

Forza Motorsport out Spring 2023.

Microsoft Flight Simulator 40th Anniversary.  November.  Kinda fun, but they are adding the Pelican from Halo to Flight Simulator.

Overwatch 2.  Early Access this October 4th.

Ara History Untold.  Not a single clue what the game is.  Thought it was a Civilization game from how they talked about it.

Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle coming June 21st.

Celebrating a Fallout anniversary with Fallout 76 content.  Can't be more disappointing lol  The Pitt content coming September.

Forza Horizon 5 is getting Hot Wheels DLC July 19th.

Ark 2.  Yet another CG trailer that shows nothing other than Vin Diesel.  Out next year. 

Scorn out October 21st.

Flintlock out Early 2023.  Character action game.

Minecraft Legends.  Strategy Game out in 2023.

Lightyear: Frontier.  Scifi survival builder game.  Spring 2023.

Gunfire Reborn.  October 2022.  Some sort of roguelite shooter of some sort.

The Last Case Benedict Fox - Sidescrolling platformer, maybe a metroidvania sort of game like Ori or Hollow Knight. Spring 2023.

As Dusk Falls - The visuals for this is so weird.  It's a...motion comic movie, but also has normal CG visuals with cars and other things.  One of those "Pick a decision for the story to progress", no actual gameplay.  July 19th.

Naraka: Bladepoint - June 23rd.  Has a campaign mode now.

Pentiment - Narrative driven adventure game from Obsidian.  November 2022.  Set in medieval times, and done in a very old timey art style.

Grounded - Releasing fully September.

Ereban: Shadow Legacy - 2023.  Stealth game.

Diablo 4 - Necromancer Class reveal. 2023.

Sea of Thieves content.  Become a captain and have deeper ship customization.  Season 7.   July 21st.

Ravenlok.  Action game.  2023.

Cocoon - Some sort of platforming puzzle game. 2023

Wolong: Fallen Dynasty - From Team Ninja.  Early 2023.

Persona 3, 4, 5 coming to Game Pass.  P5 out in October.

New Hideo Kojima game announcement, literally no info on the game, just that he's working on it with Xbox Game Studios.

Ending with Starfield.

General / Games/Series you love, but also don't...
« on: April 18, 2022, 06:55:53 am »
Odd title for sure, but what brought this up for me is that Sega is supposedly doing an HD collection for the first Sonic to Sonic CD, and it got me abit excited, as I do have a general enjoyment for Sonic, but as I found out with Sonic Mania, I don't really like playing Sonic games.  I think the music is great, visuals are great, the characters can be a lot of fun, but the classic Sonic gameplay I just realized I don't really enjoy anymore.  It's mostly just a lot of fast running and smacking into stuff you can't see. 

I think the only time I could say I really like 2D Sonic gameplay is with Generations, because they pulled the camera back so you can see what is coming better.  I was also a huge fan of the original Archie comics, I ready like 100 issues of that before falling out with it.  It's the only time Sonic ever had a good story.  So it's an odd thing, where I don't really like playing most of them, though there is nostalgia built into Sonic, but there's a lot I still like about the series.

Persona 5 would be another.  Musically awesome, the visuals and flair it has to UI and battles is great, I love that everyone you play gets a cool alt-world outfit for themselves to wear, but that game drags so much, I dropped it after 30 hours.  Pure palace fights were cool, but alot of the stuff outside was killing my interest, especially knowing how long I'd be playing the game.  It's a game I wish I could've liked more, but I'll just be happy listening to the killer OST and whenever the next Persona comes out, I'm sure there'll be a lot for me to enjoy there too, just not as a game.

This could just be a Street Fighter 6 announcement, but it has potential to be more, simply because Capcom has almost no games announced to be coming out right now.  It's mostly just Monster Hunter Sunbreak and that delayed scifi game of theirs, so there's a chance this could be a "Capcom Direct" as I'm hopeful for Resident Evil news alongside something Street Fighter.

Well it was more than Street Fighter 6, but not much lol Capcom Fighter Collection is pretty dope, a lot of old school fighters brought back with full online play.  A great collection. 

Street Fighter 6 was just a tease, but the visual fidelity looks ridiculous if it is meant to represent what the game will look like.  Going hard on the RE Engine for sure with these sort of visuals and I'm cool with that.  Honestly, I would've liked something that went more anime, like what Alpha was doing, maybe looking more like an ArcSys game, but I definitely like this way more than what SF4 and SF5 were doing.  Can absolutely tell it's the RE Engine too when you see Luke and him smiling before punching at Ryu, because all I see is Devil May Cry with that lol

Logo is awful though lol It's super generic, feels like a sports game logo that you'd get from like EA or Ubisoft.  Probably purely done for eSports reasons, but I'm interested.  Hopefully this has a better launch than SF5, as I tried to get into SF again with that, but it was just such a lacking experience, it killed my interest.  I'm a very casual fan, but I would like to get into it more.

Off Topic / Favorite Movies and TV Shows of 2021
« on: December 27, 2021, 03:36:12 pm »
I had some pretty big films this year for myself that were great and some good tv show stuff too, so here's my list of stuff.  I haven't watched everything I've wanted to, like I still need to see the new Matrix, but still had some fun stuff I watched.

Godzilla vs Kong - I'm a huge Godzilla fan and I had an absolute blast with this movie.  It is more of a "Kong 2" than a pure split film since he's the one you can characterize more, but I really had a fun time, some of the set pieces are so great, and while the Mecha Godzilla isn't my favorite design at all, it's certainly not the worst (Looking at you Godzilla Anime Trilogy and your stupid ideas lol).  This would've been my movie of the year if it wasn't for...

Spider-Man: No Way Home - No spoilers for this, but it went in a direction I wasn't expecting and also did more than I expected and it's kinda amazing what the movies turns itself into being by the end of it, as it has me pretty stoked for the next Spider-Man film.

The Mitchells vs the Machines - Its the best animated film I saw this year, it's hilarious and the animation is fantastic.

The Suicide Squad - A DC film I really like! It's a miracle! There's so very few of those for me lol It helps that James Gunn knows how to nail a group dynamic and while it does come across as "R Rated Guardians", that's not a bad thing.  It's so much fun.

Dune - Really good film that has me eagerly anticipating the next part.  Visually stunning, which isn't surprising coming from the director of Blade Runner 2049.

Shang-Chi - Pretty fun Marvel flick, it was way better than Black Widow for sure to me, in particular because I think the action is pretty good, like the fight scene on the bus is great and I like the main guy quite a lot and look forward to more with Shang-Chi.

Honorable Mentions
Zack Snyder's Justice League - This isn't a movie I'd recommend and I will never watch it again, but it is generally a step up from the original Justice League, even if it's bloated to hell and back and it only cements how glad I am that Snyder is gone from the DC films.  There's good stuff here, but its a hard watch when so much could be easily hacked out or trimmed down to make the run time more manageable.  This isn't Lord of the Rings, Snyder is no Peter Jackson lol

Mortal Kombat - It's not great, but I think it has a lot of good stuff to it that can be fixed in a sequel if we ever get that.

America: The Motion Picture - Second best animated film I saw this year, it's absurd, cartoonish, nonsense and I had a lot of fun with it lol

TV Shows
Wandavision - The whole tv show gimmick does a lot for the show.  I think outside of that, it's a fairly middling show, and they maybe drag things on just a tad longer than it should have, but I had a real good time with it.

Invincible - Damn good stuff, it's utterly brutal and intense, but I had such a good time with it and can't wait for more.

Loki - I just like Tom Hiddleston as Loki, so a whole show with him was great and I love the idea of the TVA and everything to do with Kang and can't wait for the next season.

Castlevania: Season 4 - A great end to this part of the story, I had such a blast with this series and this final season was really damn good.

Masters of the Universe: Revelations - I like the He-Man enough for it is, I was born after its heyday, so I had no nostalgia for it, but having seen stuff on it over the years, I was looking forward to this show doing some real good animation and story stuff and they nailed it.  I understand some peoples issues with it, a small bit of it I could agree with (This show should never have been split into 2 parts), most of it I don't, but it's a really fun show.

Honorable Mentions
Falcon and the Winter Solider - It was my least liked of the Marvel tv series until Hawkeye (That's not meant to be a bad thing), but I do like the show, particularly just the buddy relationship between Bucky and Sam is great and it did a lot to justify Sam as Captain America and his suit look is great.

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