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Rin:

Originally posted by angrycucco

  • He’s the one who suggested that they all play it 
  • Gets super annoyed when he doesn’t come in first place
  • Doesn’t quit because he’s determined to win against these newbies
  • Tries to distract Yukio by elbowing him occasionally
  • It doesn’t work
  • Treats it like this is a life or death situation

Yukio:

Originally posted by lovingfucks

  • Keeps saying that he ‘doesn’t have time to play silly games’
  • Continues to play it anyway 
  • Whenever he comes in last place he calmly reminds everyone that they should be doing their homework
  • Is screaming on the inside
  • Acts as though he’s driving a real kart 

Renzo:

Originally posted by im-a-ukato

  • Gamer type: The Joker
  • He doesn’t care about winning the game
  • Too busy driving backwards and bumping into the others karts 
  • Jumps in front of the television so no one can see 
  • Laughs hysterically at the person who loses 
  • Loves it when everyone gets so frustrated 
  • Gives everyone nickname based on the characters
  • Bon is Princess Peach

Konekomaru:

Originally posted by shizukku

  • He’s surprisingly good at this 
  • Finds it fun but isn’t too bothered about coming in first place
  • One time he purposely got last place 
  • Because he was worried Bon might punch Shima for laughing 
  • Quietly claps for the person that wins

Ryuji:

Originally posted by shuuoh

  • He gets really into the game
  • Rage quits after only two races
  • Tries again after a five minute break
  • Loses again
  • ‘The controller is broken!’
  • ‘Maybe because you keep throwing it at the wall’
  • Constant growling because he keeps bumping into Renzo
  • Sits in the corner with his arms crossed and a pouty face
  • Blames anything and everything each time he loses

Shiemi:

Originally posted by thewayforjapan

  • She’s never even heard of computer games before
  • But you know that she’s whooping everybody's ass 
  • Doesn’t even know what she’s doing
  • But she’s getting first place every time
  • ‘It must be beginners luck’
  • Bon’s screeching in the corner

Izumo:

Originally posted by seieiryu

  • Acts as though she doesn’t really care 
  • Secretly loves it 
  • Sarcastically say ‘well done’ whenever someone wins
  • And when Renzo bumps into her for the 100th time
  • Laughs whenever Ryuji gets angry aka all the time
  • Which kinda scares everyone

Shura:

Originally posted by lauleemc

  • She really gets into it and enjoys it
  •  Is super competitive
  • Screaming whenever something happens
  • Flailing her arms about
  • Has ‘accidentally’ hit Rin with her controller five times 
  •  Everyone is scared for their life
You can tell how little gamergate is about being anti-women...

…from this cool “spawnspiderlings” post dwelling on the low integrity of a cheating woman and her sex bribery for vague “publicity” for a free-to-play indie game as an index to journalistic corruption:

spawnspiderlings:

spooky-failure-artist:

Even if it was true that Zoe Quinn had sex for good reviews, is that really so important an issue to go on a big crusade over? It was a FREE GAME. You’ve lost nothing if you downloaded it and were disappointed.

Well it wasn’t a review, it was for publicity. And it may be free, it still shows low integrity on her part, and even lower for the Kotaku writers for allowing bribery to decide what they say.


preliminary reports indicate that a woman may or may not have had sex but what we know for a fact, gentlemen, is that it was not with me, so i’m understandably very, very concerned about it.

It appears my gamerage is back, so I won’t be going on COD as much, if at all, in the near future. And now I bid you all a farewell for the evening as I’m gonna watch Raw in bed. With some toast, obviously. That’s a given.

Bonne nuit.

(Oh and David Otunga (who is the husband of Jennifer Hudson if you didn’t know) is so so awful at everything)

Sometimes I have no faith to the niche fandom.

Okay. Let’s talk about Trickster Online as a half-population of the “fandom”.  I will try to leave the names out, but the actions is far by hard to erase from existence, even by typed words.

On a Trickster group (and might be the most popular ones, ran by a certain Fantasia celebrity), the member mentions about Gamerage loosing it’s publishing rights to Project Blackout and it was most likely to be transferred to a new publisher (lucky them, why can Trickster be the same?). Ton of replies are mixed, from satire to jokes to Gamerage-bashing. Not to surprised. But WHY do you have to bring the game titles over to the conversation?

In context of my writing, the people claim that Grand Chase, Project Blackout, and PangYa are all “suck”. Yea. Joking or not, they should realize that they don’t even give three days a chance.
The only “valid reason” you can dislike the game is because it’s not your preferred game style. Good call. I’m fine with that. Enjoy the 2D click-and-play MMORPG we all like, which will never happen for any American game publisher to pick up. (As it was hard to not feel guilty over playing a PRIVATE SERVER, an illegal game server and client that had no permissions from Ntreev Soft itself…)

Now WHY would I bring this up?

*Ahem*

Bad grammar or plain INTERNET TROLLING… Bashing the games, especially PangYa just because it’s a “golf game”.

Now why you ask?

I need to take a defense because I love that game. Though second place to PangYa, it’s story is pretty similar to Trickster, which the two projects were also done by Ntreev Soft! These guys are the ones that bought your favorite MMORPG and MMO Golf Simulation over!

For the connection of both stories: A group of kids and adults had signed up for this “big game” that hosts at a island filled with “mystery and wonder”. Some may claim a price, the others are here for something else. In order to participate, they must follow the rules and play their games. Trickster is a fantasy sword-bashing and magic-casting adventure to unlock the mysteries. PangYa involves using their skills AND MAGIC to advance the holes and hopefully find what they are looking for in these lava-deep holes. The only feature I can argue on PangY is that there’s no RPG aspect, or owning any cut scenes when achieving certain goals. (And unlocking bonuses and what-nat.) But that was reserved for the PSP and Wii(?) games under another publisher.

So why there is hate on PangYa, Tricksters? You may not be able to kill Torobies, but you can enjoy a show and open up Longues to lure your friends for a chat or show-off your outfit. It’s a bit of few-seconds work, but social medium is there. It’s still not like Trickster…

I think another problem is that we “worship” Trickster so much that I just want to go “Urgh”. I was like this back then. But after achieving my goals and I grew up physically… I just don’t think it’s a perfect game anymore, OR a perfect get-away. Think like a star… As it grows older, it will disappear eventually, but you have these new stars taking it’s place. There are new RPGs in the making (especially the “Anime styled” ones) and some are working to “be better” than the other. Aeria Games compared Eden Eternal to Trickster Online one time in an ad for their game at Facebook. (They saw it coming from us.) That’s one of the stars I can point out. Then there are the older yet successful MMORPGs (especially with 2D sprite layout and artwork) and I do not want to bring them up… More so I can think of a conclusion is the publisher it has at the moment. It kept it up because they knew that one game would continue to be popular of all anime-MMORPGs.

In TL;DR: Stop hating or insulting other games (especially ones published by Gamerage) and Trickster is nowhere near the most perfect game in the entire world.

I seriously do not want to bring that up again. But when something like a post I see appears from a Trickster group, I have to bring it up.