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You know, when I did my review for Attack On Titan some time ago, I think I was a bit harsh. I mean, yeah, it had flaws and stuff that bugged me, but does my opinion really matter? No, of course not! If its not anything but glowing praise that is. But not to worry. Within the span of a day (don't ask how), I re-watched the entirety of the AoT anime and have re-evaluated my views on the series as a whole. So without further ado, here is my new review for Attack on Titan, and just like last time, it will be in a spoiler tab because it's very long and veeeeery spoiler heavy: In conclusion, Attack On Titan gets a 12/10. Best anime ever. Best anything ever. Even better than sex.
Do you think its possible that KH3 will have a leveling system similar to that of the drive forms in KH2? For example: 1 successful hit dealt=1 attack stat EXP 1 successful hit blocked=1 defense stat EXP 1 successful spell casted=1 magic stat EXP This may also work for individual commands, magic spells,or even Limits used in this manner For example: Number of "Ars Arcanum"s used=Number of Ars Arcanum EXP Number of "Trinity Limit"s used=Number of Trinity Limit EXP Number of "Firaga" used=Mu,ber of Firaga EXP This style of level progression was seen in Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded, to where commands in the command deck could be leveled up, as well as the keyblade that was equipped.This may be a possibility as it may change certain factors during gameplay. In the past, I was personally someone who would never guard against enemy attacks even though it could've saved me from many deaths,but I just didn't feel the need to,unless, it helped improve my defense which in turn increases damage reduction Also,instead of using Reflectga during a boss fight,I would probably use either dodge roll,quick run,or glide to escape most situations.However,if this new system were to be added,I would probably choose to use Reflectga more often as it may increase the damage dealt to the opposing enemy,rather than just evading the enemy without damaging it. And honestly,who doesn't love being overpowered with just normal attacks without having to use any magic or limits or link styles?People who enjoy this satisfaction will be able to just focus on attack stat grinding if this was the case. All in all,this way of level progression,if implemented,will be a game-changing factor. Whether it be speedruns, 100% Let's Plays,or just a playthrough,this system will create a new element not just in Kingdom Hearts 3, but also future titles.
(Warning: The following review contains nothing except my opinion. Do not take any of my words as fact, for your mileage may vary. Also, another warning, this review is going to be loooong.) Yep. I said I’d do it so here I am. Welcome, good people of KH13, to my first ever review of an anime series. I’ll be tackling the overly popular and, in my opinion, the abundantly over-hyped “Attack on Titan”... the first season, that is. I’m just going to say this right here and now: most people who will read this will probably get pissed off by it. But, I assure you as a reviewer, I will at least try to be fair and concise with my judgment, even if those judgements may be a little on the negative side. Then again, It’s no secret I’ve spent more time finding error in the show than good; you can easily tell if you’ve been following my statuses about my thoughts on the the show since it started airing on Toonami, so maybe negativity was what most of you were expecting from me. However, I can’t just sit here and bash everything, I have to do it in a fair manner. Besides, before anybody says I hate Attack on Titan, I’ll just say right here, there are things about the show that I like that save it from me declaring it to be absolute trash. Now then, let’s get to the review itself. As per usual, the review itself will be kept inside a spoiler tag because I want to speak freely about the show without spoiling too much for those who haven’t seen it and because, frankly, if you watch any other review of mine, you know that I assume my audience has already completed the to-be-reviewed material. So, strap into your maneuver gear and let’s get started: That is my review for Attack on Titan, in all of its brutally honest detail, and just to clarify, I’m not going to watch the next season or read the manga, though that’s probably obvious.