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 on: Today at 12:13:52 AM 
Started by Dincrest - Last post by Monsoon
My Mount Rushmore for shows like this are Firefly, Veronica Mars, Crime Story, and Pirates of Dark Water. They last one frustrated me to no end when I was 7 or 8 years old.  They canceled the cartoon when the heroes had I only found seven of the 13 treasures!

 on: July 04, 2015, 11:42:21 PM 
Started by Ramza - Last post by insertnamehere
And in related news, from the creator of 999/VLR/Ever17:

 on: July 04, 2015, 09:50:15 PM 
Started by Ramza - Last post by Ramza
Your speculation at the end gets me super psyched. WOOOOOT

 on: July 04, 2015, 09:38:26 PM 
Started by Ramza - Last post by Ranadiel
What we really know about the events are the events that happened in the timeline that leads up to VLR.

In other words, the scenario in Zero Escape 3 may swap expected players with people we wouldn't expect. In other words:

this allows for Alice and/or Clover to enter the game. But it might also allow them to pull out Junpei/Tenmyouji etc

Well yes we only know the events of a single timeline. However, assuming multiple endings exist within the game, one of the timelines present in the game should result in the VLR timeline as that is essentially the "natural" course of events. Based on what June says in the ending sequence, the implication appears to be that Sigma and Phi, with their abilities, are incapable of preventing the disaster. On their own they are only able to maintain the status quo that we see in VLR. So that path should be obtainable in ZE3 and will probably be necessary to complete in order for '?' to find out what keeps going wrong in the time loop before it can be fixed. Heck June basically outright says, if I spoil you on the events of the third game then you'll never play it, implying it will be answered there. XP

So I don't think there will be anything significant like the 9 people at the Mars Test Site being changed from whoever they were in the VLR timeline. The original timeline will likely be quite possible to achieve, although I'm uncertain as to whether it will be the first timeline you can complete or the second to last. Should be one of those two though.

Random thought. In one of the comments on ZE3 from before the announcement, it was mentioned that the nonary game (and 9 characters?) would be split across 3 locations. Perhaps in addition to jumping timelines this time we also jump characters? So at the Mars Test Site we control Sigma, at NASA or w/e we control Junpei, and in a third unknown location we control K controlling the body of '?'. Just a random thought as to why Sigma and Phi aren't able to get to the better future on their own, they need to either get info or control events beyond just the Mars Test Site. We know that '?' is able to communicate with K, and since '?' is implied to be the actual player in the series, '?' likely had contact with Junpei during 999. Plus Junpei is likely the fourth or fifth most powerful esper in the series.

 on: July 04, 2015, 09:37:31 PM 
Started by Dincrest - Last post by insertnamehere
My Own Worst Enemy, only saw a little of it but I thought it was cool.
And people really seemed to like Awake.

And then not axed yet definitively afaik, but Big Time in Hollywood Fl

 on: July 04, 2015, 08:58:22 PM 
Started by Dincrest - Last post by Klutz64
Pushing Daisies... :(

Holy shit, I had forgotten that show existed.

Now I'm sad.

Which reminds me of another one: Kings.

Excellent premise (What if feudalism were still a thing and monarchs were basically CEO's that also made laws and declared wars?), talented cast, and NBC decided to throw it into a Saturday 10pm time slot where it was doomed to fail from the start.

 on: July 04, 2015, 08:57:05 PM 
Started by Yoda - Last post by Dincrest
The joke was that I was watching international sports on 'Murica day.  Because 'muricans don't favor "fairy" sports like soccer and cycling, despite them being quite physically demanding. 

And Klyde, the staff could tell you about the more colorful analogies I use in staffland, especially when I'm ranting about playing a game I sorely dislike for a review.

 on: July 04, 2015, 08:22:12 PM 
Started by Dincrest - Last post by Mickeymac92
Erm....Sonic SatAM? Megas XLR? SWAT Kats? After War Gundam X?

That's all I got. I used to watch way too much TV, but it's rare that I find a series doesn't last long enough...usually the stuff I've seen go way too long and/or don't even have an end-goal in mind...or they actually end in a satisfactory manner. That's always an option, too.

'Course, I rarely watch TV anymore (like, I've averaged 1 episode a year for the past 8 years now), so that doesn't help...

 on: July 04, 2015, 08:21:22 PM 
Started by Dincrest - Last post by Dice
Well "Hannibal" I think belongs here.  It's a dead man walking anyways.

"Selfie", ruined by a shite title was a gem that was really shining just as it was given up on.  Particularly rare, was a leading Asian male teamed with gorgeous Dr Who alumni Karen Gillan.  However, and most importantly, who wouldn't want to see what Ginger-Korean babies look like?  Not my top pick, but eh.

Young Justice.... annoyingly so.

"Veronica Mars!!!!!!!!1" says me in High School (but yay for the movie!)

Pushing Daisies... :(

I'm happy a lot of shows are kinda "getting the chance to end" than being axed before their time.

 on: July 04, 2015, 08:07:24 PM 
Started by Lucca - Last post by Annubis

I'd swear that the first image came right out of Wild Arms 2.

Looks more like DeeDee from Dexter's Laboratory after something went horribly wrong.

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