Hello everyone! It's been a while since I've been on the forums, but I wanted to share the EZA cookbook I made. I hope y'all get a kick out of it!
Here Is a PDF of the Cookbook
Let me know if you try out any of the recipes!
I don't know about this. From what I read of the OP's post, I'm not sure that I fully understand what point they were trying to make. I guess what it comes down to for me is, Easy Allies is a brand. They create content. It's similar in a sense to an artist. When I was younger and trying to work on drawing more diverse characters I took requests from the community. I would draw almost anything but I also had rules. No nudity, no gore, no images of self harm, etc. And I'm not the only artist who does this. Lots of people who draw requests set out guidlines too. We're willing to draw almost anything you want to see drawn in our style, but artists are also a brand. People who like our style come to us for works in that style. People also come because they like the subject matter of our art. Style and subject matter both go in to making a brand. Back in the day I mostly drew fan art relating to a specific game series, everyone who followed me and commented on my artwork were fans of the same series and enjoyed my take on it. People could expect from me redesigns, designs inspired by characters, and original characters. That was my niche. Now one day, someone put in a request for me to draw one of their characters. They said that they liked my style and wanted to see my take on their character. That seems normal right? Well, that wasn't the case. They didn't just want me to draw their character, they wanted me to draw them bound and gagged in a closet. I wasn't a fan of the idea, but I was young and not very popular, and the requester had a series that was very popular. I thought if I did this request, more people would learn about my art and I would become more popular. Fulfilling this request did the exact opposite. Fans of the series I did the request for liked my image, but not many of them started following me or viewing my art consistently. But the people who had been following me already started to leave, they complained about the request being out of character for my style and found the image disturbing. People who followed me came for clean, normal designs. They didn't want to see a girl being bound and gagged in a closet, obviously. I lost a lot of followers, and people said a lot of bad things about me, ultimately leading to me not posting my art online up until very recently. I've since deleted the image I made for the requester, but the damage was done. The account I was using to post my art is pretty much unusable anymore with all the negative comments attached to it, so I deleted the account on the whole and lost a lot of my art.
What I'm getting at, is Easy Allies to me at least, are not just 9 people, but a brand. Just like an artist. You might say they differ from an artist like me because they receive money from their followers but I don't see the difference. Lots of artists are paid to fulfill requests in the form of commissions. And just like with unpaid requests they have guidelines too. Going off brand really hurts people's success and can do permanent damage to their reputation. Yes, people are paying to see the Allies create content, but what content gets made is ultimately up to the allies themselves. It would be one thing if they accepted money with the promise that they would start a new show and then just didn't. But in this case, they didn't deprive any of us of content, they just changed what content we received. Playing PBS would be off brand for the Allies. I don't personally mind games with lots of fan service, but it bothers a lot of people, which I understand. And more importantly it seems to make the Allies uncomfortable. I don't know each of the allies' personal feelings on fan service are and where their thresholds lie, but I do know that even for a person like me who enjoys fan service, it's really uncomfortable to play games or watch shows with it in the presence of others, and it's really uncomfortable to watch other people play games with fan service in them. And judging by their DOA stream, I don't think they would have had the best time. I wouldn't enjoy a stream where we just watched the allies not enjoy themselves for 2 hours, and I'm sure that's not what most of the patrons want either.
My point is, you have to respect the brand of Easy Allies. If PBS doesn't align with the brand of Easy Allies, don't expect them to play it. PBS wasn't even the #1 pick it was #2. It wasn't like the overwhelming majority of patrons voted for it. I honestly don't understand why them vetoing the game has been such a big deal. They didn't say "we don't like any of the games you guys picked, we're gonna choose one ourselves" they vetoed the second place option and let the patrons pick between the remaining games. We still got to choose a game that we wanted to see, just not the game that went against their brand. I come to the allies for their personalities, their opinions, and their coverage. I don't really want to watch them play a fan service game. I wouldn't find that to be good content, and I think a lot of other people would agree. The bottom line is, the allies have the final word on what content comes out. They ultimately decide what they put out in to the world and we as patrons either have to accept that or move on. I think the vast majority of the time, they give the patrons what they want and I think all of the content they have put out has been very high quality. Vetoing PBS shouldn't reflect poorly on them when they've done so much good so far.
They clearly have some guidelines, like an artist, about what content they are willing to create, and what they are not. I do think that those guidelines should have been made more clear from the start, and I think if the patrons had been given those guidelines this situation would have been avoided, but I'm not at all surprised by what happened.
As for the comments on the community, what can I say. The community isn't perfect. But the larger the audience, the more varied the people within it are. As much as I love the philosophy of Love & Respect, and try to adhere to it myself, it's not realistic to expect an entire forum to follow that motto. I think for the most part, the people on this forum are very respectful of each other. But there are some sticklers out there. You have to learn to live with the sticklers or leave, but to be honest, I really doubt that you're going to find a community better than this. Being a woman who plays games, it can be difficult to find a forum that doesn't have a ton of people making sexist remarks or actively trying to get me to leave the site. I've only ever been an active member of 3 forums for this reason, and of those 3 the Easy Allies Forums is the only one that isn't filled with sasaeng fans or people posting art of characters mutilated in various ways. It's what I consider a safe space. It's not perfect. I don't like it when people tell me that my favorite games are mediocre or the reason a series on the whole is bad now, but that's only happened a few times and even then, those are just words. They aren't threats, they aren't harassing me, they aren't posting anything upsetting or truly offensive. All things said and done, this forum is a pretty good place. About as good as they come. I know it could be better, and I want to see it get better, but right now I'm fine with how things are.
TLDR: Easy Allies is a brand. Brands have guidelines about the content they release. PBS clearly did not fit in to those guidelines. The guidelines should have been made clear before voting, but it's nothing to get that upset over or to consider leaving for. It's just one group stream. That's less than 1% of the content that allies have put out. As for the forums, they aren't perfect, but they're better than a lot of other places. If you don't like what you see or what people have said then maybe it's not a good fit for you, but you aren't likely to find somewhere that's a whole lot better.
OK, If you heard my Community Showcase Submission you may be wondering where on earth I was coming from. I wish I could have better explained my choices but there’s a word limit and I had to fit a lot of stuff in. Basically, I want to first explain that I wasn’t basing the Kpop groups I matched to each ally on their musical tastes. I have no idea what most of the allies’ tastes in music are beyond which game soundtracks they like and that doesn’t translate super well to pop music. I based my choices on the allies’ online personas, what I know of their tastes in media, and the overall vibe I get from each of them. And the groups/artists I chose were matched to the allies based on their concepts and aesthetics. My matchups were intended for both the allies themselves and the audience. Also if you're wondering why I chose all girl groups for the allies, 1, for consistency, and 2, because I primarily follow girl groups and know the most about them. I didn't want to match an ally to an artist I wasn't super familiar with. So, now that you know my thought process, let’s break down each matchup.
Just for Clarity. The Leader is just the member that leads the rest of the group, usually praises and disciplines the other members, introduces them when on TV, takes care of the other members, and generally makes sure everything is running smoothly. They're usually the oldest member, but not always. The maknae is the youngest member. A bias is a person's favorite member(s) in a group. Also when I list the artist's ages I'm going by their current international age, not their Korean age. So For example, IU was born in 1993, so most of the world considers her to be 24, but in Korea she's seen as being 25. I'm listing the international age.
Jones: I picked IU because of her music and themes. There are a lot of things that come to mind when I think about Jones and 2 of them are Disney and theater. IU’s aesthetic and overall sound draws from those two things. Her more recent music has gone more retro than dramatic, but I think she maintains a sort of theatrical presence.
Company: Fave Ent. (A Subsidiary of Loen Ent.)
Debut: 2008 ("Lost Child")
Last Major Release: 2017 ("Last Night Story")
Genres: Ballad, Kpop, R&B, Nu-disco, Soul, Jazz, Big Band.
Well Known Label Mates: Shinsadong Tiger, Fiestar.
Fun Facts: She was really unpopular when she first debuted but the success of her song “Good Day” cemented her as “the nation’s little sister”. Everyone loves IU, doesn’t matter if you’re 5 or 87, everyone loves IU.
Bosman: Kyle was a pretty easy pick. I was thinking about playing off his whole “New York Hip Hop” thing, but decided to play off his propensity for bits instead. There’s no group who does bits like Orange Caramel, it’s kind of their whole concept. Each of their music videos parodies something or is generally comedy based. Concepts for music videos they have had include: Ping Pong school, sushi, "Where’s Waldo?", and anime magical girls.
Company: Pledis Ent.
Ages: 28, 26, and 25.
Members: Raina, Nana, and Lizzy.
My Bias: All of Them
Debut: 2010 ("Magic Girl")
Last Major Release: 2014 ("My Copycat")
Status: On Hiatus
Genres: Kpop, bubblegum pop, semi-trot, EDM.
Well Known Label Mates: AfterSchool, Son DamBi, Nu'Est, Hello Venus, Seventeen, Han Dong Geun, Pristin.
Fun Facts: They’re a subunit of my favorite group, AfterSchool. Member Nana placed #1 on The Independent Critic’s “Top 100 Most Beautiful Faces In the World” list, 2 years in a row. Nana also works as a fashion model and spokesmodel for brands internationally. Member Raina has one of the best voices in Kpop but you won’t hear that in OC’s songs, her solo work is really good. Member Lizzy is a solo trot singer and TV host as well.
Don: This was a little tricky. I ended up deciding to go off the fact that Don is a multidimensional being that cannot be comprehended by us mere mortals and picked Cosmic Girls. Cosmic Girls’ concept is that all the members are aliens and their music videos reflect this fact. They’re all pretty space themed and out there, but the one that’s the most mystical is “Secret”. They’ve also got crazy good editing on their videos which I thought Don might appreciate.
Company: Starship Ent.
AKA: Uju Sonyeo/WJSN
Members: Seola, Xaun-Yi, Bona, Exy, Soobin, Luda, Dawon, Eunseo, Cheng Xiao, Mei Qi, Yeoreum, Dayoung, Yeonjung.
My Biases: Seola, Exy, Bona, Soobin, Dawon, and Eunseo.
Units: Wonder, Joy, Sweet, and Natural
Debut: 2016 ("MoMoMo"/"Catch Me")
Last Major Release: 2017 ("Happy")
Genres: Kpop, R&B, CosmicPop.
Well Known Label Mates: Sistar, K.Will, MonstaX, Mad Clown, Junggigo.
Fun Facts: They are the largest Kpop girl group currently promoting and tied for the largest currently promoting Kpop group overall. Member Yeonjung was one of the winners on the survival show Produce 101 and was a part of the resulting group I.O.I.. Leader Exy competed on the survival show Unpretty Rapstar. Members Mei Qi, Xuan Yi, and Cheng Xiao are Chinese. Exy is the leader but she's only the 4th oldest. Their fans are called Ujung.
Ben: I knew right away that I wanted to pick a group that had an anime sound, but there are a couple of groups that fit the bill. I decided to go with the group that sounds like a shonen opening though, Kara. Kara not only has anime-sounding music, they’re also the most prolific Kpop group in Japan and have an extensive Japanese discography.
Company: DSP Media
Members: Gyuri, Sungyeon, Nicole, Seunghee, Hara, Jiyoung, and Youngji.
My Bias: Youngji
Debut: 2007 ("Break It")
Last Major Release: 2015 ("Cupid")
Genres: K-pop, J-pop, Rock, EDM.
Well Known Label Mates: Rainbow, KARD.
Fun Facts: Kara has an anime based on them featuring the members as voice actors called “Kara The Animation”. Their song “Butterfly” was used in Naruto Shippuden’s soundtrack, and on the Naruto spinoff “Rock Lee and His Ninja Pals” Guy-sensei famously did the point choreography to Kara’s song “Mister”. Most of Kara’s songs are considered Iconic and all of them are good. Nicole is American. Their fans are called Kamilia.
Huber: Picking Dreamcatcher for Huber was easy. They have a horror concept, all of their music videos are connected and tell a story. Their music videos also draw heavily from classic horror movies like “The Shining”. They’re super powerful, dramatic, and energetic performers which reminds me of Huber too.
Company: HappyFace Ent.
Formerly Known As: Minx
Members: JiU, SuA, Siyeon, Yoohyun, Dami, Handong, GaHyeon.
My Bias: All of Them
Debut: 2014/2017 ("Love Shake"/"Chase Me")
Last Major Release: 2017 ("Fly High")
Genres: Kpop, Rock, R&B.
Well Known Label Mates: Dal Shabet
Fun Facts: They originally debuted as Minx in 2014 and then re-debuted as Dreamcatcher in 2017 with the horror concept they have now. Their debut as Dreamcatcher happened on Friday the 13th. Handong is Chinese. They don't have an official fanclub name yet but some fans call themselves Nightmares, Hunters, or Dreamers.
Brad: Picking F(x) was based both on Ultima Brad and the really cool vibe he gave off when I met him briefly at E3. So the group I picked definitely had to be cool, almost intimidatingly cool. There’s no group that has that vibe except for F(X). All of their music is really interesting and experimental. They have super unique and cool styling, fashion, and choreography. Overall, I picked F(x) for the vibes.
Company: SM Ent. (One of the Big 3)
Members: Victoria, Krystal, Luna, Amber, and Sulli.
My Bias: Victoria
Debut: 2009 ("LaChaTa")
Last Major Release: 2016 ("All Mine")
Status: Possibly on Hiatus, things aren't super clear.
Genres: Kpop, electropop, synthpop.
Well Known Label Mates: Red Velvet, SNSD, Super Junior, NCT, BoA, SES, TVXQ, ShiNee, EXO.
Fun Facts: Their album “4 Walls” is a masterpiece. Member Krystal is the younger sister of former SNSD member and creative directer of fashion brand Blanc and Eclare/solo artist, Jessica Jung. Luna's solo work is awesome! Krystal and Amber are American, Victoria is Chinese. Amber has a Youtube Channel called What The Pineapple that she's been more active on recently. Also Amber is friends with literally everyone. Their fans are called Me U.
Most Recent Era
Ian: Red Velvet was an easy pick for Ian. A common thread throughout their music videos is a sense of eeriness. The girls are always otherworldly or creepy while still looking beautiful which is hard to do. Also, from a cinematography and design standpoint, they have the best music videos on the market. They also love to use synths in their music. And, they’re very good dancers.
Company: SM Ent. (One of the Big 3)
Members: Irene, Wendy, Seulgi, Joy, and Yeri.
My Biases: Joy and Seulgi
Debut: 2014 ("Happiness")
Last Major Release: 2017 ("Peek-A-Boo")
Genres: Kpop, synthpop, electropop, R&B, Ballad.
Well Known Label Mates: F(x), SNSD, Super Junior, NCT, BoA, SES, TVXQ, ShiNee, EXO.
Fun Facts: RV has a very interesting concept in that there’s 2. The Red, is their electropop, upbeat concept. The Velvet, is their R&B, melodic concept. Yeri was added to the group during their Ice Cream Cake era. Wendy is Canadian. Their fans are called ReVeLuv.
Damiani: I wasn’t sure who to pick for Damiani initially, but as soon as I thought of Mamamoo I knew it was a good fit. Mamamoo are known for being the biggest trolls in Kpop and generally not taking themselves too seriously, but they also are very talented and passionate about what they do, which made me think of Damiani.
Company: Rainbow Bridge World (RBW)
Members: Wheein, Solar, Hwasa, and Moonbyul.
My Biases: Wheein and Hwasa
Debut: 2014 ("Mr. Ambiguous")
Last Major Release: 2017 ("Yes I Am")
Genres: Kpop, Jazz, R&B, ballad.
Fun Facts: They're one of the few groups from a small company to find real success. Their fans are called MooMoos (which means radishes), hence their light sticks being radishes.
Bloodworth: This was also a tough pick. But Loona has a very diverse sound, and all of their songs are very well written so I thought it would be a good pick. Also, generally speaking, their music is very chill which reminds me of Blood.
Company: Blockberry Creative. (Subsidiary of Polaris Ent.)
Members: Heejin, Hyunjin, Haseul, Yeojin, ViVi, KimLip, JinSoul, Choerry, Yves. (So Far)
Leader: Not Yet Revealed
My Biases: Haseul and KimLip
Units: Loona 1/3, and Loona Odd Eye Circle.
Last Song Release: 2017 (Yves "New")
Genres: Kpop, basically every other genre.
Well Known Label Mates: Ladies' Code
Fun Facts: They haven't actually debuted yet. They've got a "girl of the month" concept where all 12 members are revealed over the course of 2 years with the project being completed with their official debut in 2018. The project began in October of 2016. Every girl has a color and animal assigned to represent them. How their company, Blockberry Creative, which is basically a no name, managed to get the money to afford like 25 high budget music videos mystifies me. Like producing this group had to have cost millions upon millions of dollars.
EZA: As soon as I thought of Twice, I knew they were the right pick to represent EZA. They've got 9 members, each with their own unique concept and varying personalities but they all bring something special to the group. They have a Comeback pretty much every Halloween, and common themes for their music videos are classic movies and Halloween/Cosplay. They produce memes like a printer, and they interact with their fans a lot. It just made too much sense.
Company: JYP Ent. (One of the Big 3)
Members: Jihyo, Nayeon, Junghyeon, Momo, Mina, Sana, Chaeyoung, Dahyun, Tzuyu (pronounced J/choo-ee)
My Biases: Jihyo, Sana, Mina, Momo, Chaeyoung, and Junghyeon.
Debut: 2015 ("Ooh Ahh")
Last Major Release: 2017 ("Likey")
Genres: Kpop, ColorPop, ElectroPop.
Well Known Label Mates: Wonder Girls, Miss A, Got7, 2PM, 2AM, J.Y. Park, Day6.
Fun Facts: They are crazy popular. They're definitely the #1 Rookies in Kpop right now. They break a record (usually their own) for sales, wins, or views every time they have a new release, it's insane. Each member has their own concept which they play on a lot in their styling and in MV's, so they're a bit like a 9-member Spice Girls. They get a lot of hate, mainly because they're so popular and people think they don't deserve it, but Thrice (anti-Twice folks) can choke for all I care. These girls work really hard and consistently put out great music and great performances. Leader Jihyo trained for 10 years before debuting. Despite being the leader Jihyo is actually only the 5th oldest, she was made leader because she trained longer than the rest of the members. Members Sana, Momo, and Mina are Japanese. Mina was born in Texas. Tzuyu is Taiwanese. Mina is classically trained in Ballet, and was a full time ballet dancer up until 7 months before their debut when she got scouted. The group was formed through a survival show called Sixteen, which featured 16 JYP trainees vying for a spot in the group. Momo actually got eliminated but was put in the group anyway because of her dance ability. Their fans are called Once.
Name - Michelle
Located - Arizona
For a living I - Write promos for businesses, but I'm mainly a full-time student (Game Design Major).
Non-gaming Hobby(ies) - Obsessing over Kpop and music in general.
Gaming Historical facts - Started with a PS2, eventually got a DS and Wii. A disaster happened and all my discs got destroyed, so I've been slowly re-buying what I lost. Stopped gaming for a few years, then came back in full force. Got a Wii U, 3DS, and PS3. Recently bought a Vita which I adore (It's basically my Persona machine).
Firm believer that - Super Paper Mario is criminally underrated, Midna is the best Zelda companion, and Shoji Meguro is a genius.
Champion of - Mario Kart (DS onward) and Picross 3D.
PSN - childofaeolus
Twitter - @childofaeolus
-Michemagius is the name I use in gaming communities, childofaeolus is what I use in all other communities. Michelle is my name, Mismagius is (one of) my favorite Pokemon, it just fit (used to be michedreavus but someone stole it from me). As for childofaeolus, I was really in to Greek mythology in middle school, and for some reason I'm still using the name.
Since I started this thread I figured it's time I posted some of my own art. Again as a reminder, my art is very VERY amateur, and not as impressive as anything posted by the rest of you guys but I do my best.
Here's a recently created character of mine that's kind of become my muse. I drew her with both flat colors and shading. I haven't attempted shading in years so it's pretty god-awful but I need the practice so I'll keep trying.
Here's the tweet I posted with both images.
I have two games I always play for Halloween. The first I play in the days leading Halloween, to get me in the spooky mood, Earthbound. It's a whole big production for my yearly EB playthrough, I go all in. I wear one of my many Mother Series T-Shirts or Hats. I bust out my Earthboud guide by Fangamer. I pick up a burger and fries. Get some milk. And lastly, make a whole sheet of fudge which I slowly consume through the playthrough. There's nothing really tying fudge to Earthbound, but the first time I played it my mom had given me some fudge as a present beforehand and I ate it while I was playing, so now I associate fudge with Earthbound.
My other Halloween game of choice is a more recent tradition. It wasn't all that long ago that I was still a trick or treater, but now that I'm older I just sit outside my house and give out candy to the kids on my block. That can be a bit boring as trick or treating in my neighborhood starts at 5pm and ends around Midnight. Since I have so much time on my hands and desperately want to avoid having to talk with my neighbors who are all in their 70's and want to know when I plan on getting married while suggesting I date their various nephews who are all like 15 years older than me. To make it clear that I am not in to mood for conversation I usually bust out my 3DS and play something to keep the wolves at bay. 4 years ago it was my first year handing out candy and I had just recently got in to the Ace Attorney Series. After beating the original Trilogy and Apollo Justice, it was time to play what was at the time the most recent game, Dual Destinies. I was playing it while chatting with my mom when I hit a spot in a trial where I wasn't sure what to do. My mom asked why I looked frustrated so I told her about the case and about the quandary I was in so she asked to take a look. Something most people don't know about my family, is that we're all obsessed with Crime Drama. I was raised on Walker Texas Ranger and Law and Order from the age of 3, which is probably why I have a knack for morbid things. In any case, out of anyone in my family, my mom loves Crime Drama the most, to the point that she studied forensics in college. She took one look at the 3DS screen and immediately knew what piece of evidence I needed to present. Ever since it's the only console game my mom will ever play (but she plays puzzle games online compulsively). Ever since then, every Halloween I bust out my DS or 3DS and load a tough case from the Ace Attorney series and have my mom help me with the investigation and trial. It's one of those rare times that my mom gets really excited about me studying game design because she wants me to make a murder mystery game once I graduate. This year we're going to play Justice For All case 3. I remember it being tough and my mom says she wants a real challenge this year.
I'm not super sure why I was so surprised, considering the promotions they've been doing for the Ghibli Fest series. But I was totally shocked to see the EZA logo on the big screen at tonight's showing of Spirited Away!
(I would post the image on its own but the file is too big and the movie is about to start.)
I'm a notorious crier, but usually in weird spots. I think the last time I out and out sobbed was a month or so ago when I finally beat Okami. I owned both the PS2 and Wii versions, and got to the Ryoshima Coast in my first playthrough, Ninetails fight in the the next. I didn't beat the game until I played Okami HD. I really do love that game, which is why I kept buying it even though I rarely beat games. I remember tearing up all through the Ark of Yamato, but I really lost it when the credits had finally rolled and it was giving me my stats for the game. 38 hours, 102 saves, 56 days passed. When in actuality, it had been almost 10 years. I was 9 years old when that game came out, it was one of the first games I'd ever played, something I went back to play for an hour or so whenever I was in between playthroughs, always thinking, I'll finish it eventually. And now it's over, which is really weird to think about. Feels like a more tangible reminder that my childhood is over. But I'm glad to be done, I can finally say I've beaten on of the best games ever made.
What's up allies! I'm a little nervous to post here, but I thought I should join in! I'm Michelle, and I identify as a Bi-romantic Asexual, and I'm cisgender. I don't have a whole lot of recommendations but Persona 2: Innocent Sin and Persona 4 are both very good. Also Mother 3, it's hard to come by legally, but if you ever get a chance to play I really enjoyed it.
I want to know what all of you guys consider to be your taste in games. Try and describe it using 5 games. They don't have to be your all time favorites, but should cover the range of genres that you enjoy!
I'll go first:
Persona 3 Portable
A Hat In Time (Beta)
Pokemon Black 2
You've done it with games, now do it with songs! I thought about allowing you folks to use whole albums or bands but that would have been too easy. I bumped it up from 5 to 7 so that it's not too tough. They don't necessarily have to be your favorite songs, just ones that represent your tastes.
I'll start things off
Brown Eyed Girls-Sixth Sense
Shoji Meguro (Persona 4)-Heaven
Megumi Hayashibara (Showa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu)-Usarahi Shinjuu
Earth, Wind, & Fire-September
Red Velvet-Russian Roulette
Primary ft. Paloalto and Hwasa-Mileage (Got in my first car accident while listening to this song so to be honest I haven't listened to it in a while, but I still love it.)
I'll give anything funky a shot. My motto in life is that "everything is better with a strong bass line". I was a jazz singer for 8 years so naturally, I love jazz. But I'm also a big fan of super bright pop music. I'm also a sucker for a good power anthem.
(Animated Shows Included)
You know the drill, try to pick 5 TV shows that describe your tastes. Not necessarily your favorites, but ones that best represent the spectrum of what you enjoy.
-Pushing Daisies : There's something for everyone in this show. Romance, comedy, music, mild horror. More than anything I've always felt like I understood this show, like it's what I would make.
-Brooklyn 99 : My favorite comedy, with an amazing cast of ridiculous yet relatable characters. (Gina Knows Best)
-Showa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu : The most enthralling and well acted drama I've ever watched. Plus, I love history.
-Lupin The Third : Likeable villains as the main characters, pulling off incredible heists. What more do you need?
-Mob Psycho 100 : Comedy mixed with commentary on anime as a whole, mixed with heartwarming slice of life, mixed with amazingly flashy and emotionally charged action.
Update! We now have a release date! The game will be coming out October 5th! What's more, we're getting some really cool offical mods at launch! Check out the update here!