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Attack on Titan Tribute Game

So I recently discovered something amazing that apparently people already knew about so I’m somewhat upset that no one bothered to tell me about it but I’ll forgive all of you who knew. Anyways, I recently was researching when they were going to come out with an online MMORPG for Sword Art Online, one of my two favorite anime alongside Attack on Titan, and I wondered to myself what about Attack on Titan? I know there is a live-action movie in the making which is going to be sweet!

But what about a game!? I want to swing around on my gear swinging swords and slicing open the napes of titan’s necks and saving all of humanity! And what do you know but in my search I discovered this:

The Attack on Titan Tribute Game. The game was created by Feng Lee, a Chinese game designer. The game lets you play as various characters: Eren, Mikasa, Levi, Armin, Marco and more each with their own special ability. You can swing around cities and forests on your gear, kill titans, and even play multiplayer online. The game even lets you play as a titan or even titan Eren! You can even fight the female titan, which I have yet to beat. The game is incredibly well designed and even though it still has some graphics issues it’s incredibly fun to play and would definitely recommend checking it out!

To download the game check it out here: http://www.mediafire.com/download/vbm…

And to play the game online go here: http://fenglee.com/game/aog/

Have fun and feel free to comment about other anime-based games out there that you think are really cool so I can check them out! Don’t forget to follow Gorssky4Ever!

My Favorite Anime List #1-5

1. Attack on Titan

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As I mentioned in a previous post I just finished Attack on Titan dubbed which was phenomenal. The emotion it evoked was insane! I felt so many adrenaline rushes from just the anger I had towards the titans and the douche bag humans alike it was amazing the show did an amazing job at tugging at people’s hearts. I also loved how the giants aren’t the slow bumbling creatures we normally see (not that there’s anything wrong with those giants) but rather as normally functioning humans just with the thinking capabilities and actions of a predatory beast (except for the abnormals of course).

Description: Attack on Titan takes place in a reality where humans are forced to hide from and battle against giants known as titans, behind their walls.

2. A Certain Scientific Railgun

Certain Scientific Railgun

Ok so school life and superpowers, what could possibly be better! It’s my favorite genres for any anime and this one pulled it off perfectly with its humor yet serious depth in the story-line that left you with an emotional attachment to it. I loved how the Esper abilities all had a sense of science to it as well as how the characters find clever logical ways to use their powers.

Description: A Certain Scientific Railgun follows the life of Mikoto Misaka one of the highest ranking Espers (basically super-powered people) in Academy City in her life’s misadventures. She fights against the crime of the city alongside her friends both Espers and non, and at the same time just enjoys life and faces the little obstacles we can all relate to.

3. Shiki

Shiki

I love darker anime especially the ones that evoke emotions, and this specific anime hit the nail on the head.

Description: It’s hard to go into much description of the anime without giving things away so I’ll just stick with the broad description. Essentially in the small village of Sotobamura, a population of only about 1,300 people, people start showing up dead; killed supposedly by some kind of virus…or something else. At the same time a very bizarre family moves into the big European-styled house up on the hill.

4. Sword Art Online

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Similarly to Attack on Titan this anime evokes a lot of emotion. Differently from Attack on Titan though, Sword Art Online has more of a beautiful touching emotional experience to it as opposed to AOT’s darker more angry emotional evoking (both are great though).

Description: Sword Art Online is set in a variety of worlds based around Virtual Reality MMORPGs (Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games) where people from around the world put on a fancy headset and battle in fantasy worlds. One day, though, the creator appears in the game and informs the players that they are now trapped in the game. Not only that but if one were to die in the game, they would also die in real life, the only way to live through it is to beat the game.

5. School Rumble 

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I love School Rumble, it was one of the first anime I started watching and it’s been near the top of my favorites list ever since. I love the comedy that revolves around the show as well as the fact that the show tends to be really random yet still manages to follow a story-line.

Description: The high school lives of the various students at Yagami High School, specifically revolving around the love-triangle between Harima Tenma and Karasuma (the three “main” Characters).

Attack on Titan Dubbed Season 1 AWESOME!!!

AOTIMPORTANT: Don’t worry I won’t be giving any spoilers, I’ll mention characters but I’ll avoid spoilers.

Now I’m unsure if I mentioned before but I can’t watch subbed anime. I know everyone is probably booing me right now and I’m sorry. As much as I love Japan and the Japanese culture I just can’t connect to a subbed anime as much as I can with the English voices, it’s one of my flaws I know. Hopefully, though, we can put that behind us and all still be anime fans together and put aside our differences and preferences of dubbed or subbed.

Now that I’ve gotten past that whoever has stuck around to hear me talk about dubbed anime thank you. I just finished watching the incredibly well-written anime Attack on Titan. For those of you who haven’t heard of it I’d start to wonder why and how you’re hiding away from the world of anime while still being an anime fan, unless of course you”re someone with a new-found love for anime or you are still unsure about anime then I’d understand.

Anyways, Attack on Titan was phenomenal like seriously I don’t care if you watch it subbed or dubbed it’s amazing. The character of Eren Yeager was so well developed and just so furious. I’ve seen that sort of anger before in anime the kind that just let’s the character get back up no matter how many times they get knocked down. Normally I would find this annoying like seriously to keep knocking the character down over a series of 5-10 episodes and then he/she keeps getting back up, a little annoying. In AOT they really managed to pull it off though, just the emotion that the show planted inside of you. You feel the anger the characters feel towards the race of titans, the hatred they have for the creatures that have devoured their friends and family. It was beautiful but in a dark way that leaves you feeling disturbed, satisfied, and upset all at once.

I’m so excited for the second season which is expected to be released August of 2015, of course this will be the original release date for Japan, so we’ll have to wait about a year or so for it to be dubbed.