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"I made a review of a Dragon Ball game." , posted Mon 18 Dec 09:57:post reply

...And I survived, so I uploaded it along with some other articles for a new issue of Postback:

Randomness at its best.





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"Re(1):I made a review of a Dragon Ball game." , posted Mon 18 Dec 17:06post reply

hah! now between us we've reviewed two of these yakiniku bugyou games. I did the PS2 sequel at some point.





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"Re(2):I made a review of a Dragon Ball game." , posted Tue 19 Dec 04:15post reply

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hah! now between us we've reviewed two of these yakiniku bugyou games. I did the PS2 sequel at some point.



Actually the whole Gourmet Action Series includes four games in total, thanks to Manpuku!! Nabe Kazoku and Yakitori Musume (both on PS). They all celebrate different specialized restaurant chains owned by the same company.





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"Re(2):I made a review of a Dragon Ball game." , posted Tue 19 Dec 04:24post reply

But, since i'm not a vegetarian, mine is more reliable ...?





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"Re(3):I made a review of a Dragon Ball game." , posted Wed 20 Dec 03:01post reply

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But, since i'm not a vegetarian, mine is more reliable ...?



yes but I'm american so everything I do is right!

also, chaz! *waves*





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"Re(4):I made a review of a Dragon Ball game." , posted Wed 20 Dec 03:15post reply

Oh, about that : Mister B., I have received your mail, I just don't have much time to answer it nor to make anything about it, so... tadah.





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"Re(5):I made a review of a Dragon Ball game." , posted Wed 20 Dec 05:00post reply

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Oh, about that : Mister B., I have received your mail, I just don't have much time to answer it nor to make anything about it, so... tadah.



fair enough! I didn't even mail the chaz about it, didn't know if he'd be around.

I feel like europing again soon. Maybe this time I'll get some spain action as well!





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"Re(6):I made a review of a Dragon Ball game." , posted Wed 20 Dec 09:09:post reply

As an American, you should wait for the spring to get the right timing. Very cold winter this one, here.





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"Re(7):I made a review of a Dragon Ball game." , posted Wed 20 Dec 09:37post reply

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As an American, you should wait for the spring to get the right timing. Very cold winter this one, here.



Yeah, it sure was cold in france and holland when I went in december!

But spring is reserved for a north american tour (never done that!). Well, I'll figure it out. Is spain nice, or is it....not?





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"Spain, land of wonders" , posted Wed 20 Dec 18:25:post reply

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As an American, you should wait for the spring to get the right timing. Very cold winter this one, here.


Yeah, it sure was cold in france and holland when I went in december!

But spring is reserved for a north american tour (never done that!). Well, I'll figure it out. Is spain nice, or is it....not?




Northern Spain is really beautiful (form Galicien to Basque Country and the Pirenees), and some cities such as Barcelona, and Granada are great (or so they say, I've never been to Granada). I'd suggest you to visit Toledo, Burgos and Segovia as well, they have some of the best and greatest architectonic features of the roman and middle-age eras.

Oh, and in case you are into the museum and art stuff, you shouldn't miss Bilbao either, the mother city of half the "Spanish Cafers Association".





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"Land of wonders, indeed." , posted Wed 20 Dec 20:12:post reply

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Is spain nice, or is it....not?


Yes, it is! Aside from what Hayato has said, I'd emphasize southern Spain also: Granada, Córdoba and Sevilla ar all worth a visit (I'd talk about Granada's wonderful tapas, but you are vegetarian, and there are very little tapas without meat...), and that's solely talking about the cities. The countryside is also beautiful, with some really charming towns and villages, great landscapes and excellent food (for the normal people, at least >_>).





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"Re(1):Land of wonders, indeed." , posted Thu 21 Dec 02:34post reply

Thanks for the recommendations - I do quite museums, I go to them any time I'm in a foreign place, even though we have nice ones here.

No plans yet, but I'll keep you all informed!





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"Re(2):Land of wonders, indeed." , posted Thu 21 Dec 23:55post reply

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Thanks for the recommendations - I do quite museums, I go to them any time I'm in a foreign place, even though we have nice ones here.

No plans yet, but I'll keep you all informed!


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"Re(3):Land of wonders, indeed." , posted Fri 22 Dec 02:57post reply

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too soon! too cold!

I should maybe go to the smelly one.





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"Re(4):Land of wonders, indeed." , posted Fri 22 Dec 17:32post reply

Woha!

How come I missed that thread!

Well, if you decide to come to Barcelona there is plenty of "cultural" background too. I'm sure you'll find plenty interesting museums and places to go!

But I agree that Granada (and the south of Spain in general) too is awesome, really worth visiting!

And, in my opinion, where you'll have the best fun is in San Sebastián. You can take up some interesting barathons (going to all the bars of a street).

Also, if you happen to come to Barcelona, the east wing of "The Spanish Café Contingent" (Sensenic and I) will be glad to receive you too.

On other news... how much time until de Comiket71 starts? I've seen the catalogue aroung... but this time I don't even properly know the highlights. *sigh*






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"Re(5):Land of wonders, indeed." , posted Fri 22 Dec 19:06post reply

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the east wing of "The Spanish Café Contingent" (Sensenic and I)


BTW, what am I? The "lonely southern resistance"? ;_;





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"Re(6):Land of wonders, indeed." , posted Sat 23 Dec 04:30post reply

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BTW, what am I? The "lonely southern resistance"? ;_;



You form part of The Spanish Contingent as well... but you are a "solo entry" in your origin (for the moment). Not that this is particulary bad, but it is nice to get to meet other café members in your zone.

Do not doubt for a second that if I happen to go south, I'll be the first to try to get in touch with you in order to "tomar unas copichuelas". xD






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"Re(7):Land of wonders, indeed." , posted Sat 23 Dec 08:46post reply

Well we'll see where I wind up. Generally I only visit places where I can sleep for free (or very cheap), meaning my only cost is airfare and food (and whatever weird crap I buy). So I do have to work on that element first - it may dictate where I wind up!

In France all I had to do was submit to iggy's twisted desires. A small price financially, but the emotional scars linger forever! Cosplaying as the detective from gyakuten saiban is so tiring!





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"Re(8):Land of wonders, indeed." , posted Sat 23 Dec 20:09post reply

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In France all I had to do was submit to iggy's twisted desires. A small price financially, but the emotional scars linger forever! Cosplaying as the detective from gyakuten saiban is so tiring!



I'd do it!






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"Re(9):Land of wonders, indeed." , posted Sat 23 Dec 20:17post reply

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I'd do it!


Finally \o/ !





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"Re(9):Land of wonders, indeed." , posted Sat 23 Dec 20:24post reply

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In France all I had to do was submit to iggy's twisted desires. A small price financially, but the emotional scars linger forever! Cosplaying as the detective from gyakuten saiban is so tiring!



For some reason I imagined Exodus cosplayed as Mitsurugi/Edgeworth instead.

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I'd do it!



Pics plz!

Keep us posted on the europing adventure subject.






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"Re(10):Land of wonders, indeed." , posted Sat 23 Dec 20:46post reply

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For some reason I imagined Exodus cosplayed as Mitsurugi/Edgeworth instead.



Yes, but that's more to my taste and less to Iggy's.

But then again, I think only Mitsurugi looks good in Mitsurugi's costume...and even that's arguable.





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"Re(2):Re(10):Land of wonders, indeed." , posted Sun 24 Dec 18:59post reply

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Yes, but that's more to my taste and less to Iggy's.



yes, well wait til I have to stay in texas for some reason. I can find the material.