Yokai Watch event in Oasis 21, Nagoya, during August 2014.
Giant slime from Dragon Quest invade Tokyo Hands in Nagoya.
The first CD I’ve bought in at least a year or two and it’s Future Fish, the ending to Free! Eternal Summer. Of course.
But purchasing it from Animate gets you two awesome bonuses. A clear file with future!everyone and a slim poster containing chef!Haruka.
Was ecstatic to find this Sailor Moon bow at Animate in the new goods section! Bought one to affix to my purse and one more to convert into a pin.
YESSSS. Chibi Kyun Chara Jude get! I’ve been searching for him ever since I failed to win him in the recent Tales of Ichiban Kuji. Whenever I can’t find a specific Tales thing, DenDen Town in Osaka always comes through for me.
(And of course I got Milla too so he won’t be lonely.)
Hey it’s those Tales of Series character tin badges they were selling at the Prince Hotel outside of Tales of Festival, except in Gashapon form at Animate. I got another Asbel.
chikyful answered: There’s basically nothing new in tox2, just copy&pasted stuff from tox. It didn’t feel like I was playing a new game at all. :/
….Oh… well um…. I liked it…
Actually that’s a bit of an understatement about my feelings, haha.
On the contrary I think that because they were able to copy-paste a lot of things, they had more time to put their full effort into adding all sorts of extra meat. The original ToX felt rather rushed and incomplete, particularly towards the end. Xillia 2 completed it for me and flushed out a lot of unfinished business. I consider them more or less two halves of one complete game.
But yeah the dungeons and gameplay aren’t that different. So if you’re not much into the story I can see that.