Can you take this story about Dragon Ball Z and turn it into a story about Pokemon?
The History of the Dragon Ball Z anime in the U.S.
For the first two seasons, Dragon Ball Z was dubbed by FUNimation in conjunction with Saban. These initial seasons had a lot of rewrites, a replaced music score, and a countless number of edits. Despite these changes, the English version was many fans' first (and only) exposure
My New Year's Resolution for 2010 is to stop buying so many damn video games.
I originally compiled this list for a thread on toonzone. And when I actually sat down and listed out all the games I bought last year, I kept amazing myself at how large the list was growing:
Wii Downloads (American)
Final Fantasy IV The After Years
Final Fantasy IV The After Years - Rydia's Story
Mega Man 9
We've all seen people complain about the price of video games on various message boards. The idea that $60 is too much to pay for a game is a popular one, and there are many people out there who think they're being ripped off.
I, for one, completely disagree.
Think about it for a second. You pay $60 for a game that lasts you 20 hours. That may seem like a lot, but if you break it down, that's about $3 for every hour of entertainment.
You guys know that I'm currently teaching English in Japan, right? I don't have to do this big lengthy introduction, do I?
Well, today, my third grade class (think 8-9 years old) was learning family related vocabulary. Y'know..."mother," "father," "brother," etc.
Well, after having the kids help me draw up Son Goku's family tree (fact: most of them didn't know anything beyond what's been shown on Kai so far) and playing some
...So I was playing my copy of Gold the other day, and got a phone call from a trainer in the game.
It was something like 4:00am game time. And the girl had the gall to ask if she had woken me up.
Surely I'm not the only one who sees the humor in that.