The 2019 River Region Comic Con was such an amazing experience that I personally enjoyed today especially seeing fellow black nerds and beautiful black cosplayers at the event as well as playing the old classic NES and SNES games like Mario and arcade classics like Galaga and Pac-Man.
Yes, I purposely left Digimon out of that list. The funny thing about this game is that if it was re-released today or even last decade, it would be considered a knock off of Pokemon when it is actually where all this stuff began.
I for one love many types of Anime, but yes I’m a Naruto super fan…and I don’t care who doesn’t like it. It’s time we dismiss those would be gatekeepers, as they have no say in what Anime shows we love. Period.
It makes for an interesting character but in the end there just isn’t anything to invest in or do with your money in GTA IV. There’s little stuff here and there but you’re basically walking around with wads of cash on you.
I mean, you could add Jordan 80s and 1994 Jordan to your team if you want, but for flash and fun, get Wilt.
When I finally finished DBZ it felt like nagging weight was lifted. It was weird because it wasn’t like trying to catch up on One Piece. If you hadn’t been keeping up with OP regularly you’re just left in the dust. DBZ is an anime series that can be finished and the manga had a large part in me eventually do that.
Naruto was my saving grace in may dark times. I would recommend it to anyone hoping they get a glimpse of how awesome the show can be…depending on what they see, and where they have been.
Jump Force did had the potential to be one of the best fighting video games of the year, but because of the lazy and greedy attitude of the gaming developers, the game ended up being panned by many gamers on social media with some calling it one of the worst video games of 2019.