Japanese culture has magnetized you. Anime, manga, Gundam stuff or perhaps the girls? And if you’re tired of English subtitles then learn Japanese! Knowing a few words would be so cool, right? And where you should be started? Check this out! Stay in Japan! Yup, this is the fastest route to master Japanese. Teaching English in Japan is definitely great way to learn the local language while you’re making a pleasant salary!
However simple it CAN be, (making XBLIG releases accessible to a single-person team such as myself), an experienced team of programmers can go in there and write whatever they desire. XBLIGs can be nearly as complex and impressive as a full-release title. The limitations of development are close to the Xbox360’s full capabilities as far as graphics and memory are concerned.
You would be gaining fractions of a second when opening certain programs such as Microsoft Word 2007 or Google Chrome’s web browser. Also, you would see almost no difference in DVD playback or video playback of Download Anime such as YouTube.
Also, it’s the Internet, stupid. That means you should not expect everyone to like you, much less respect you just for showing up. The forum “Bullies” are a great group of people, but they don’t take kindly to being BS’d, lied to, or jerked around. Having a sense of humor and not getting “butthurt” over every little thing will help you fit in a lot quicker. Remember, the site exists for those times when you couldn’t otherwise be training, or out living a full contact life.
There is a very wide variety of titles to choose from on DVD. Titles such as Naruto, Inuyasha, the Studio Ghibli movies, and Dragon Ball Z are quite common. Conversely, there are titles available on DVD that many people have not heard of, such as Seikirei, Bamboo Blade, Dragonaut, and so many more. Prices for anime DVDs vary greatly, but they’re usually between $19.99 and $79.99. The best places to buy anime DVDs in Utah County are retailers such as Best Buy and FYE. Amazon is a good place if you enjoy ordering online.
Have a Choco-Fest. Invite teens to come to the library to sample some yummy chocolate. Plan games and activities. One game you can play is Unwrap the Hershey Kiss Relay. Teens compete to see who can unwrap the most Hershey Kisses while wearing oven mitts. Trust me. It is far from easy! Have an Oreo-Stacking Contest. Compete to see who can make the tallest Oreo tower before it tumbles down. Play the Chocolate Trivia Contest. Teens answer questions concerning interesting facts about chocolate. If a teen answers correctly, he or she wins a mini chocolate bar. The possibilities are endless with this type of program. Let your imagination go wild.
I had designed the base game mechanic over Christmas, 2011 (eight months before release). That took me one night to program and three nights to draw the first face, arm, and other screen elements (win/lose/POW/lifebar,etc). Once that was completed, you could punch one face until the game became “impossible” through scaling difficulty.
If you consider yourself a collector, or if your internet connection is sub-par: you may want to consider buying all your anime on DVD. If you just like to watch a lot of anime TV shows, or can afford a good internet provider: streaming is the way to go. Whichever method you choose, enjoy the show, fellow otaku!