I really try not to get too annoyed about this sort of thing. America's a big place with lots of English speakers, I get it. But seriously, finding out when and where to watch the XY anime in America is child's play. Trying to do the same here in the UK is a nightmare. Now this is more than half ITV's fault - apparently there's nowhere on their official site that will state when the anime will air, and at what time. It does make me wonder though, are there really so few UK anime fans who want to
So I'm trying to finish Chapter Seven of The Long Walk, ready for an update once the Awards are announced. Yet again I find myself hitting the same brick wall I always seem to with battle sequences - I know how I want the battle to go, I can visualise the damn thing, but when I put finger to keyboard it just_doesn't_look_right. It lacks that spark, that edge that all good battles should have.
Sigh ... back to the tyranny of the screen again
There's something deeply, worryingly elvish about Valerie. Those eyes are almost as creepy as her Sylveon's. Battling her earlier I had a terrible urge to cloud her with a good 'ol iron horseshoe
"Up the airy mountain,
Down the rushy glen,
We daren't go a-training
For fear o' little pokémon"
"Now the Global Trade Station is back, let me see if the worldwide community of pokémaniacs will trade me a Skrelp" say I this morning. And, surprise, surprise, the only reasonable trade offer - Skrelp for Clauncher - is done by the time I catch a Clauncher.
This is nothing new, and the GTS has been a pit of horrible trade offers for time out of mind. I've seen some people commenting that Game Freak should have done something about it, and I'm not disagreeing with the sentiment
Updated 21st October 2013 at 07:30 AM by Pavell (Spelling)
... that people seem to be so annoyed about the Roller Skates. I don't quite understand what's so fiddly about them. Circle Pad to move on Rollers, D-Pad to walk. The D-Pad is right below the Circle Pad. It's possible that my left thumb doesn't have the muscle memory of other people's, but even so ...