Sep 14 2007

My Interests

I suppose I should make a list of my interests so that everyone can get to know me (or at least my internet persona) better. As you can probably tell, I love anime/manga as well as video games. I also like Japanese dorama (although I have not watched much) and Japanese music. In addition I LOVE the internet and drawing.

Favorite Anime:

  • AIR
  • Kanon
  • 涼宮ハルヒの憂鬱 (すずみやハルヒのゆううつ, The Melancholy of Suzumiya Haruhi)
  • らき☆すた (Lucky☆Star)
  • 魔法少女リリカルなのは (まほうしょうじょりりかるなのは、Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha)
  • ローゼンメイデン (Rozen Maiden)
  • 満月をさがして (フルムーンをさがして、Searching for the Full Moon)
  • 地獄少女 (じごくしょうじょ、Hell Girl)
  • 舞-HiME (まいひめ、Mai-HiME)
  • 舞-乙HiME (まいおとめ、Mai-Otome)
  • ひぐらしのなく頃に (ひぐらしのなっころに、When the Cicadas Cry)

Favorite Manga:

  • AIR
  • 愛してるぜベイベ★★ (あいしてるぜベイベ、Love You Baby)
  • 満月をさがして (フルムーンをさがして、Searching for the Full Moon)
  • ハヤテのごとく! (Hayate the Combat Butler)
  • Kanon
  • こどものじかん (Children’s Time)
  • 魔法先生 ネギま! (まほうせんせいネギま!、Magical Teacher Negima!)
  • 舞-乙HiME (まいおとめ、Mai-Otome)
  • NHKにようこそ! (Welcome to the NHK!)
  • Pretty Face

Favorite Seiyuu:

  • 能登麻美子 (のと まみこ)
  • 平野綾 (ひらの あや)
  • 杉田智和 (すぎた ともかず)
  • 茅原実里 (ちはら みのり)
  • 堀江由衣 (ほりえ ゆい)
  • 田村ゆかり (たむら ゆかり)
  • 白石涼子 (しらいし りょうこ)
  • 水樹奈々 (みずき なな)
  • 釘宮理恵 (くぎみや りえ)
  • 田中理恵 (たなか りえ)
  • 清水愛 (しみず あい)

Favorite Games:

  • Touhou
  • Metal Gear Solid
  • Zelda
  • Phantasy Star Online
  • DDR
  • Fire Emblem

In conclusion, I am an otaku. Thankfully, I am not a NEET or hikikomori. My next post will hopefully include some of my artwork. じゃあね。

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  1. Kappa

    M.G.S. was incredibly fun, though I’ve played more of M.G.S. 2. Don’t actually own either of them, but that’s what cat-sitting is for.

    You play DDR? Are you an arcade-type, or at home? I get too nervous in the arcade to ever play any decently there.

  2. Kappa

    I think we can just keep cross-commenting and follow our conversation…

    I actually haven’t played MGS3 (so sad), but it’s gotten harder to find MGS for sale. I mean, doesn’t surprise me, but I wanna finish the first two first before moving on – even if the graphics on 4 are rather drool-inducing (the PS3 has that effect on people though).

    As far as DDR is concerned – YES! We absolutely must. The next time I go home, I’ll bring my PS2 back and my copy of DDR Max 2 (not the best version, but I’m not arguing when it was a Christmas present). I’ve got one really cheap soft pad that was purchased to make sure I wanted to pour money into a better one, and then I’ve got the Red Octane pad – before they changed the maker to that other company that demolished its layout. But, yes, we have to get a DDR party going, and I’ve got room and whatnot in my apartment-suite if we need a place, too.

    I’ll have to go comment in the other journal about it.

  3. Honya

    If that’s the case, next time I go home, I could bring back Max, Max2, Extreme, Extreme2 and Supernova. I could also bring MGS(GC version), MGS2:Substance, and MGS3 for you play. I wish I had MGS3:Subsistence though. That includes Metal Gear I and II in addition to the normal game. I’d also be willing to bring my Cobalt Flux Pad as long as I had a place to put it.

  4. Kappa

    Playstation girl. So, no Gamecube.

    But, yes, bring them! I’d be more than willing to store your pad here in either our closet or the living room. I think I’m the only one that even uses our living room, to be very honest. Though there’s plenty of cleaning supplies in our closet – might not be good for electronics. I would suggest, however, that if you’re interested in doing that and have a box or bin that it normally lives in, to bring that as well just for safety purposes in relation to storage. No one here would bother it, but I know I tend to be a little protective of my pads, games, and PS2. Better be safe than sorry.

    Actually, there’s also room on top of my wardrobe. If you’re interested and comfortable with it, we can find a place here for it to temporarily live.

    We have got to plan something soon, though. I’ll see if I can my PS2 brought up this weekend.

  5. GTB

    Oh! Oh! I’m a fan of ほりえ ゆい as well! She voiced なるせがわ なる in ラブ ヒナ, which is definitely one of my all-time favorites. So good to see another Fire Emblem fan, too.

    By the way, I finished なのは this weekend. I finally understand why everyone likes Fate. Nanoha’s still cuter, though.

  6. Honya

    kappaさん, by any chance, are you Standbridgeさん? Anyways, as for the pad, I think that the living room is the only option since it weighs maybe 50 lbs (could be wrong since I’m bad at estimating weight). Also, I’m going home this weekend so I will pick up the games then. I might leave my pad at home for the time being though depending on how things go.

    As for Basqueさん, good to hear that you finished なのは. なのはちゃん is definitely cute but I like フェイトちゃん a little better. She’s someone you would want as a best friend; she is always kind and dependable. Hope you get through A’s and StrikerS before Thursday night. Speaking of Thursday, I think I’ll bring my DS and Fire Emblem and Fire Emblem: Sacred Stones with me to play. Also, since you like ラブヒナ, you should check out ネギま! if you haven’t already. It’s done by the same person as ラブヒナ. It’s similar to ラブヒナ at the beginning but becomes more action-oriented later on. I would stay away from the 2 アニメ adaptations though. The first one frankly was terrible except for episodes 14 and 19. If the rest of the series were like those two episodes, then it would have been amazing. The second series was…a little weird.

  7. GTB

    Ah, I didn’t notice this comment before. Yes, I have read まほうせんせい ネギマ, and I’m a manga purist when it comes to that series. But it’s not my favorite classroom comedy. That title belongs to GTO (Great Teacher Onizuka), which is also the inspiration for my pen name, GTB.

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