meidosuji:

kawaiiandhungry:

Whut?

It’s literally the same character how did they get away with this

meidosuji:

kawaiiandhungry:

Whut?

It’s literally the same character how did they get away with this

smashbrosuniverse:

rottingcat:

WHO KNEW

for those who don’t know, someone saw Axe working at Walgreens and made a facebook page about him, and what makes it even funnier is that it was a random person who made it, not a smasher

Walgreens Drake, started at the top, and now hes here.

Her butchered singing of a sutra is making all the ghosts in the hotel ascend it’s so cute and wonderful

Her butchered singing of a sutra is making all the ghosts in the hotel ascend it’s so cute and wonderful

KOKIA - EXEC_REBIRTHIA=PROTOCOL/.
6 playsDownload

gust-harmonia:

Ar tonelico III || EXEC_REBIRTHIA=PROTOCOL/.

striderdorkis:

hophigh:

YOU GUYS TURN ON THE SUBTITLES

AHH I NEED A MINUTE

THIS THE BEST
YOU GO STUDIO GHIBLI

palind:

It’s finally happening fellows.
Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky will be available for purchase on Steam on July 29th at a price of $19.99 with a 15% discount during the first week.
This 60 hour long JRPG is infamously known for its absurd word count, surpassing the 1 million kanji count which is three times more than your usual JRPG which goes up to 80k words. You can read about the painful process of how it was translated here.
The Steam version includes some new bells and whistles compared to its original PC version (most of these backported from the PSP version), including battle voices, difficulty select, widescreen and HD support, achievements and Steam Trading Cards.

palind:

It’s finally happening fellows.

Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky will be available for purchase on Steam on July 29th at a price of $19.99 with a 15% discount during the first week.

This 60 hour long JRPG is infamously known for its absurd word count, surpassing the 1 million kanji count which is three times more than your usual JRPG which goes up to 80k words. You can read about the painful process of how it was translated here.

The Steam version includes some new bells and whistles compared to its original PC version (most of these backported from the PSP version), including battle voices, difficulty select, widescreen and HD support, achievements and Steam Trading Cards.