- Oct 25, 2017
So, is Primal mostly creatures beating each other up, or is there more to it?
Considering this after Last of Us 2, P5R and FFVIIR come out I can't see myself having the time to even care. I have the money, I just don't prioritize games or this type of game enough to get it on launch day.
Easy to forget that this is still waiting in the wings. This is probably Dr. Stone's replacement. The timing would be almost identical to part 1's run, which debuted in Japan a week into October 2018 and then on Toonami a week into February 2019.
Gotta get in that one last game release before the fiscal year ends.
Oh god, my current backlog is nuts...
Huh. I was wondering why I didn't hear about the other 5 episodes playing next week or two episodes a night this week. Kind of annoying.So this interview with Genndy just came out a few hours ago and I didn't realize it but this is only the first 5 episodes of a 10 episode "season" with the other 5 releasing at a later point. What's more is that this could actually be a long running series and not just a one off mini series. There is also a lot of great info in the interview about the creative process behind Primal.
Television Animation Genndy Tartakovsky Explains How He Created Primal's Ferocious Fantasy World
I tend to work about 30 hours now, but it's gonna flux when I make the change to day crew, but hopefully I can work my way up to positions like projectionist where I can work longer hours. As for a partner, just would be nice to have someone who at least understands my gaming hobby & would be up for multiplayer, but I haven't had the best luck. At the very least, my Toonami viewing shouldn't be affected since I've befriended the manager & he's rather understanding of hobbies, plus the fact I can work any day or hours should let me be done in time to get home despite Saturdays being one of the busier days.The major changes in life that really kill your gaming time:
One or more jobs that goes way over 40 hours a week.
A serious partner
and the real game changer: Kids.
Most normal jobs if you're single or in a lighter relationship you can still live the life of a serious gamer. I work about 50 hours a week when it's busy, and about 30 when not and I can game as much as I did in high school and only slightly less than my bumming it around years in college.
Not to mention keeping social obligations with my family like Thanksgiving & Christmas plus just being able to have the time to go to events that happen while I'm sleeping after work. Also day crew seems like it'll have some people I'll get along with based on how many people came to the private screening one of the assistant managers did for the MHA movie.
Watch it be someone we thought was already covered like the nun Asta wants to marry.