Archive for January, 2010
So the official Japanese sites have just released minor details about a new Pokemon RPG for DS. People are speculating that it will be the start of the “fifth generation” of games, and with good reason. There’s going to be new Pokemon in it, and they’re calling it the first new game since Diamond and Pearl. Thus, it would exclude an upgrade style game like Platinum, as well as more remakes like HeartGold and SoulSilver. However, Pokemon XD for Gamecube was also a completely original RPG that had brand new Pokemon (Munchlax and Bonsly) in it, so it could be something as simple as that.
Some thoughts on last week’s Batman: The Brave and the Bold and this week’s ECW.
I reviewed the first Dragon Box. Check it out, and then buy it yourself~
Until very recently, I’d never watched a certain popular show. But after every episode was added to Hulu a few months ago, I decided I should give it a try at some point. And as of today, I’ve now seen every episode, just in time for the premiere of the final season next week. If you hadn’t guessed already, that show is Lost.
This is going to be a relatively casual collection of thoughts rather than a formal review, but I’ll probably still use some big words anyway. There are some spoilers, but I’ve hidden them with color codes.
A few thoughts on the newest episodes of Raw, Dollhouse, and Chuck. Some spoilers, but they’re hidden.
Some brief thoughts on last week’s episode of Batman: The Brave and the Bold, as well as those slightly old Angel comics that I mentioned the other day. No spoilers.
Some quick thoughts on a few shows that aired this weekend. Dollhouse, Chuck, and Inuyasha: Final Act. One of those things is not like the others. Oh, and no spoilers today.
I wanted to wait a while until the ratings were released and the shows really sank in. Raw ended up with a 3.6, which was identical to the week before. This means they gained as much for Bret Hart as they lost to TNA. Speaking of whom, Impact! did a 1.5, which was its highest rating ever. Just based on those numbers, it’s difficult to say who “won,” because Raw was obviously still much higher, but Impact! was the one who broke records.
But I’d say that neither of them really won anything.
Check out my review of Siege #1 on FBR. But the rest will be quick thoughts on older things that I’ve accidentally let pile up. Buffy Season Eight #30 from two months ago, and the Willow one-shot from three weeks ago. Nonetheless, I’ll try to hide spoilers with color codes, which, as a warning, might not work properly in feed readers.