Yes, this is about Battle Trozei. Yes, it is a bit of a rant.
I feel like in general the spin-offs aren't just going downhill, they're ridiculously out of touch with consumer demand and taste. It's not like I'm just nostalgia-ing or anything--yes, Snap, Pinball, TCG, Puzzle League and Puzzle Challenge and the Stadiums and etc. were fantastic, but so were Colosseum, XD, the first two sets of Mystery Dungeon games, the Ranger series, Pinball R/S... etc etc etc.
So my friend refuses to watch subbed anime (I know he sucks right), because he can't like read and watch at the same time or something, but he wants to watch Kill La Kill.
Naturally, the only solution is for me to dub the entire thing by myself.
Naturally, Satsuki will have a German accent.
Naturally, Uzu will have a Cockney accent.
Naturally, Takarada will have a Harry Enfield voice.
Naturally, I will do falsetto for all
Backstory first. So basically, during Gen 3 as a kid I lived in the Pokemon world, literally. The neighborhood was full of kids who were obsessed with Pokemon, from the nice guys across the street to the popular girl at the local school to the bully who would try to beat up the midget of the group until we'd save him and throw the thug over the fence and watch him get chewed out by his mom, and anyway we'd all always carry around Fire Red or Leaf Green ALL THE TIME along with that little wireless
You do it everyday, but did you ever think about how fucking hardcore the concept of driving actually is?
So you've got a several thousand pound metal beast carcass that wont move until you inject fucking DINOSAUR ESSENCE right into its insides. You then climb inside of this monstrosity and, with a slight motion of your foot, you can MAKE THE DINOSAUR ESSENCE TURN INTO EXPLOSIONS THAT CAUSE YOUR METAL MONSTER TO MOVE ACROSS THE LAND AT SPEEDS NATURE NEVER INTENDED and you CONTROL
Updated 4th November 2013 at 09:20 PM by Lysandre
In case my overly dramatic title did not make it obvious, I'm talking about the internet of the 1990s. Because of course I am.
Anyway, I'm probably the only one who's ever even thought about this, but I'm going to blog about it because I can, goddamn it. Other older fans of Pokemon will probably remember back in the late 90s/early 2000s how the internet was absolutely covered in Pokemon fansites. It was kind of refreshing, instead of one or two showing up in your searches alongside