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Months ago I finished Professor Layton and the unbound future (it's awesome, you may already know that) and I listened to the ending theme. As always it was pretty so I searched for that song since it's not included in the original soundtrack. Then, there came the surprise when I found out that it was the instrumental version of 時間旅行 (Jikan Ryokou), a song by a Japanese singer for the game. While in the Japanese version it keeps the singed song, in the European (and I guess the US version
Updated 01-25-2011 at 11:15 AM by Juas
Oh my God! You have to be kidding me. That was my first thought the first time and the same yesterday night. What the hell I'm talking about you may ask. As always, about games cause I don't talk about my private life for free (hahaha)
In the last days I've finished 1 game and started another one with the same result... such a scam! The responsible of my feelings are Golden Sun Dark dawn (DS) and Fable III (360). Each one for different reasons.
Golden Sun Dark dawn or
Resume of December 2010:
Our last month of this year has been (or it's being) a natural conclusion of what I've been doing the entire year. I had to say goodbye (but I think it is just a "see you!") to some Japanese people I've met this year and I can proudly call friends. We've traveled together and enjoyed a lot of things, so I'm gonna miss them. But life goes on.
More things. I've worked and studied hard during several months to get this reward as winter holidays
Updated 08-05-2011 at 05:12 AM by Juas
From long time I'm seeing that the quality of the blogs is decreasing quickly... very very quickly. The truth is that they never were something special but when HF gave us the chance of making blogs I was very excited cause I could make blog entrances instead of threads where someone gives an opinion and a couple of members comment it.
"Cool, I could talk about books, games and anime that I'm following or share opinions, reviews..." That's what I though, and I actually thought
Something curious happened to me yesterday night. I was in a birthday party of a Japanese friend and we were talking a bit about Japanese things, traditions, hobbies, artists... well, a friend said "Maria Ozawa, that's the Japanese girl I like!" and I said "Not me, I love Aya Hirano" then he told me if I knew the last news about her. Cause I didn't, he told me... and I felt really bad.
It's strange how I worried that much about someone (in this case Aya Hirano) I