>folded over 1k times
Could we, with our actual technology survive a BETA invasion without recurring to impracticable TFS?
Only by nuking their hives when they land or ideally before. We might lose lot of territory but we'd be mostly okay.
Otherwise it'd be a very long and incertain battle as most of our technology isn't designed for BETA battles. Fuck laser classes.
>Could we, with our actual technology survive a BETA invasion without recurring to impracticable TFS?
Probably not. But more importantly, if they are suppose to be mining machines, isn't it possible to trace them back to their masters?
I know that the franchise basically have no intention for the Betas to be defeated. That this is basically Sci-Fi zombie apocalypse. But I still am always wondering why no real attempts were made to track down the source.
>Akiba’s Trip v1 sells 263 BDs, DVDs do not rank.
What went so wrong?
They need to sell it to gaijins. The games sold more in the west than they did in japan. Also making Akiba's Beat and the anime wasn't a good decision. Feels like the franchise was just used to promote new Earphones songs.
Tomorrow a new VRAINS character will get revealed in LABO along with more information about the use of Speed Duels in VRAINS.
And more Duel Links shilling of courseWhere is the hype?
What's your favourite type of cute girls anime?
This was obviously reddit or some other site's OC,
Look at how awful the images of the shows are. All the white clips in with the beige background making half of them look empty. /a/ OC would have actual attention to detail put into it, with less shit taste.
>If it's popular then it must be bad
There have been plenty of series which /a/ has enjoyed at the height of popularity, but you know what /a/ always thinks is bad? When a series is popular enough to attract crossboarders, shitposters, and waifufags that shit up generals constantly or start fanbase wars.
What would have happened if Mami didn't die?
We're already shown the range of outcomes for Mami via episode 10. Best-case scenario, she dies fighting Waluigi night. Worst-case scenario, she finds out the truth and fucking loses it.
I still remember when the series was airing from episodes 4 through 9 people would post "if only Mami were here," then episode 10 happened and it changed to "okay maybe it's better that she dies when she did."
How come this sold badly?
>you will never live in biyoriville with the non nons
How does it feel?
Why aren't you watching chinese cartoons /a/
Am I the only one waiting to watch this? It will air in less than 1 hour
Is Mayaka a well-written character?
What's her appeal?
Is it even possible for anime to ever become mainstream outside of japan?