It pains me we don't get mech games like MS Saga anymore. After watching Knights and Magic I want it even more, imagine traveling the world map destroying mechs, collecting their parts and develop a new one via R&D. Maybe throw in Motherbase/staff system in MGSV.
i've watched everything in chronological release order through the second movie.
after be forever yamato, should i watch the the third tv series with the crappy subtitles or skip it and jump to final yamato or 2199?
Ehh, there's some things worth seeing. The idea of space communist Russia vs space Nazi Germany is at least a half decent premise, and it has that one Gamilas space-submarine commander who was at least pretty cool, plus a couple of one-shot characters that show up in 2199.
..But yes, it's mostly shit.
All Virgos are extremely friendly and intelligent
I thought that was Aries, though.
I can't be the only one who lusts after/is envious of Dane. Imagine being so big they have to custom order your normal suit. Imagine being wrapped up in his bearlike arms.
So I just finished Zegapain and thought it was a surprisingly good sci-fi show, though there are some lingering questions on my mind. If quantum entanglement prevented them from making backups of people's data, how was the Maihama server able to reset everyone after 5 months? This implies that there's some sort of baseline that can be reverted to. And what the fuck was with that rock throwing scene? It seemed kinda cheesy and out of place compared to the overall serious tone of the show.
I thought the China girls needed way more screen time and to play a larger role. But maybe Im just weird and think that watching people deal with having their entire country lost is more entertaining than a child hood friend getting jelly
Well, the server could be reset without having a backup copy if it was using reversible computing. Pretty neat concept in computer science. Normally, when you set a program back to zero, you're not actually resetting anything. You're scribbling over the program with a random data set and then instantiating a new copy of the program. Reversible computing is a theoretical model that does it differently, where the processes the computing substrate uses are time-invariant, and can be run backwards as well as forwards. So instead of starting over from scratch, you're rewinding the process. Nothing is erased, it's just set back to how it was in the past. The advantage of this is that it's much more thermodynamically efficient, since the writing-over that happens with normal deletion entails a huge amount of entropy. I can see a hypothetical quantum computer being designed to use reversible computing, you want as little entropy as possible in a quantum system.
Give me your best robot manga.
So what was his problem?
S.O.N.G Kindergarten edition
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Is click hole /m/ now?
>this "news" "article" is nothing but a photoshopped picture and a title
the absolute state of journalism.
>movie that wraps up the ending of robotech
>admiral hunter and everyone flies into a wormhole
did they ever get back to them? this was the biggest fuck you to rick hunter fans