my wife is a chef, i have tried multiple varieties of homemade and bought pizza and i just didn't like the taste in any scenarioThat depends. Where are you getting your pizza from? Is it the cheap ass stuff, or the gourmet pizza?
I find this ironic, since you have the Dante pick on your profile.
That's the major issue and why I despise the character. He's just a revenge seeking bore. Hell, that became his defining characteristic trait in Shippuden. There's reason why he's known an entitled emo biatch by haters in the anime circle.I don't mind Sasuke, I just never saw him as a believable friend for Naruto till Boruto.
Naruto pretty much became the Sasuke show in the latter half. The more interesting and likeable characters pushed to the way side. There's a reason why I dropped Naruto and Bleach in freaking 2008.Granted I was in high school and college during Shippuden so Naruto's desire to win Sasuke back felt more romantic than platonic.
One Piece i dropped, because I knew it was going to go on forever and they were never gonna find One Piece. Also dropped in 2008.DBZ is a big cultural touchstone in Japan but unless you're a younger fan most shonen don't do enough to stand out. Luffy is the best because he's totally bonkers and the Straw Hats have the best chemistry.
The big problem with Bleach was the author got bored so easily and could not stick with one thing. Tite Kubo draws all these interesting characters, but does not know what to do with them. Everyone's potential falls short in Bleach. Yourichi and Rukia I found the most interesting in the show. As for Ichigo, his main problem is that he's a weaker/nicer version of Yusuke Urameshi. Despite all the flaws as poor writing is concerned for the character, I still like him more than Naruto. Maybe the fact he's voiced by Johnny helps tolerate the problems.Ironically Bleach was trying something different with Ichigo but squandered it.
As cliche as I wanna be ________ is, it's better than just wanting to protect your friends.
So I've heard, but I am not interested in Hunter X Hunter.Followed by Gon who deconstructs the shonen archetypes.
They're both part of the same problem. Aizen is not that interesting and it's just another overpowered building. In terms of power level and coming up with all these Xanatos gambit plans and schemes that go off without a hitch or barely an interference. He has almost the same problems as Hao Asakura. Though Hao I still find worse. Mainly the manga version.I thought Bleach's problems were the opposite. It stayed too long in certain arcs/stories like the Aizen Saga. Granted that's because of editorial influence more than Kubo. Even Orihime pining for Ichigo but he's not the wiser was more them than Kubo.
I have kinda same view about J.K. Rowling.Scott Cawthon isn't problematic. His political views are his own, and these never should have been leaked or weaponized against him. Everybody who claims Cancel Culture isn't real is either a liar or an idiot; the man had to retire for his family's safety because of this ****.
Basically I just hate people right now.
You're not wrong. Exclusive don't even bother me much, because I don't suffer from FOMO for one. Two, most exclusives are timed exclusives and either get ported to other consoles and PC, or get PC ports within a couple of years. Even Sony is getting in on the act now. Remember when Microsoft boasted about Cuphead being an exclusive on XONE? Even though it was already available on Steam the same day. Then later got ported to Switch and now the PS4. So much for exclusivity. Three, the reason why I keep sticking with Sony and Nintendo is more niche and AA Japanese games. Microsoft has nothing for me at this point, other than backwards compatibility. It's the only thing they got; being able to play OG XBOX games on the ONE or SERIES with improved resolutions or frame rates. The exclusives are either franchise I don't care for, dislike, not interesting, or all of the above.Exclusives are anti-consumer. The only reason why there are people widening their eyes hearing this claim is because it's a concept that's been so deeply ingrained in the industry for so long (basically for as long as it's existed I guess) that it's the norm. But something being the norm doesn't preclude it from being anti-consumer.