devilrules666 said:Getting better. Less taking childish shots at neo on the front page please. Also enough with the Bleach coverage. Japanese music would be great. Also I would like it if you guys would get rid of any western films or comics. If I wanted to read about that stuff I would pick up another magazine.
That is what a lot of people want...Neo wouldn't have made it to 100 issues otherwise.MrLaserSharkKH said:Having the western stuff as well as the comics and all the comics is the reason I'd pick this up over the lacking inferior rivals mags that think being totally Japanese is what people actually want,
The Vita version of the may not be as robust as the console versions, due to the omission of , but it's still got enough content to keep you occupied for a long while. As well as HD upgrades of and , there are versions of and to play too.
Muu_Puklip said:It's a sad thing that both MyM and NEO are sub-standard on the basics. As a rule there shouldn't be any spelling or grammar errors in each issue. That's a minimum requirement for any worthwhile publication.
Slapdash editing and not bothering to do any proofreading gives off the correct impression that a publication is not worth paying for. It is even more unforgivable when you factor in the free sites on the internet that have proper standards. When free is better quality than paid, paid goes to the wall and deservedly so.
I'd feel cheated too.Rosencrantz said:My biggest issue is always that most of the content I can get online for free (reviews & release info) or does not interest me. Essentially speaking there's probably going to be 1-2 articles that actually say something interesting and the rest is useless to me, I can't justify paying what they are asking for.
Not to mention I went and bought a Neo (this is a while back) that had on its splash page an article about code geass season 2, when I actually sat down to read it it was 2 paragraphs long and basically said its coming sometime to the UK, I felt massively cheated.
Ewww, shiny paper. Shiny paper is baaaaaad.Ian Wolf said:Yes, not to mention that if you are reading a magazine on the loo, don't like, and run out of toilet paper, you've got an easy substitute.
Extending Metacritic to cover anime and manga? http://www.metacritic.com/Ian Wolf said:Perhaps something like this service would be useful for anime and manga - links and extracts to reviews from online and print that everyone can share.
Muu_Puklip said:One thing I have noticed over the years is that there's always a percentage of people (mostly subscribers) who keep on taking magazines they no longer like or get anything out of. Humans can be strange that way. It can be hard for people to break habits.
Edge even though he rarely goes to the cinema and doesn't buy many video games (not sure when the last time he brought a video game was).
Yeah, but you really can't tear a page out of a tablet, or an iPhone when you run out of bog roll. :lol:Hanners said: