Ask Me Anything IV


It’s that time again! I’m fast-approaching my 800th blog here at the Dojo (this particular post is number 790). And that means it’s time for another edition of Ask Me Anything!

Yeah, I know, I never get a whole lot of questions. But who knows, I have a relatively larger following now. Maybe I’ll get a decent amount. But probably not. But maybe.

Anyway, if any of my loyal readers have any questions they’d like to ask me about this site, my opinions on stuff, my hopeful game-development endeavors. Basically anything, really. You can ask multiple questions if you wish. You can even suggest a game or movie you’d like me to review. Just leave your questions and such in the comments of this post, and I will answer them in blog #800.

And I’m thinking after I reach the 800 milestone, I’ll finally get around to my video game awards for 2018. After that, I’ll try to have some surprises in store along with my usual reviews and such.

Now then, ask away!


Author: themancalledscott

Born of cold and winter air and mountain rain combining, the man called Scott is an ancient sorcerer from a long-forgotten realm. He’s more machine now than man, twisted and evil. Or, you know, he could just be some guy who loves video games, animations and cinema who just wanted to write about such things.

4 thoughts on “Ask Me Anything IV”

  1. What’s your first gaming-related memory?

    How do you think the next The Legend of Zelda console installment should be like?

    Which of the newcomers in Ultimate have you been using the most?

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  2. Because the individual who inspired that “4 Ways in which Gamers Are Ahead of the Curve” editorial couldn’t be bothered to answer a lot of the questions I asked civilly, I’m passing them onto someone who can.

    After truly getting into the medium and observing the many times film critics failed to see eye-to-eye with fans, I’ve come down to the conclusion that the former faction could stand to improve themselves. How do you think they should go about doing that?

    What film do you consider “So bad it’s good”?

    Have you ever cleared a game while traveling abroad?

    What lesson do you think film fans could learn from gamers?

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  3. Which are your favorite games? (sarcasm)
    On a more serious notes:
    Which are some of your biggest memories made with Smash bros not related to speculation or debating online? Sheer experience with the games hands on.
    I’ve seen you talk about plenty of japanese animated movies, but are there any anime series you particularly enjoy?
    Which are some of your mains in other more traditional fighting games? (you can name as many as you like but to give a few examples Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, Tekken, Guilty Gear, King of Fighters, etc)

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  4. Pardon the cliche, but long time reader, first-time commenter (if I recall correctly.) Two questions are in my mind – one related to gaming, one more towards animation:

    – Do you have any plans to review a game from the Grand Theft Auto franchise? Given the critical acclaim received by Rockstar and the blockbuster sales that the games have made upon release, I have to wonder if you think any of the earlier games (be they from the PS1 era or from the rather epochal PS2 suite) still hold up.

    – Given your tendency to review animated movies (which are all fascinating, although all the reviews posted on this blog are), I wonder if there are any animated TV shows that you are currently interested in. What, if any, are your favorites – western or anime?

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