lol. i'll defintely get into turn-a. lately i'm use to these new high-tech special affects these new animes...i kinda forget about the old classic ones.....
i'll defintely see how realistic it gets
Well yeah you have a point, usually from the beginning they seem like rolling death machines but the pace of just about every gundam series is different. Take 08TH MS team for example, action from the get go but each of the units had their own set limit. In fact it was the most realistic gundams in the meta series, simple machine gun fire could completely immobilize a Zaku in just a few shots. Another great example is the mobility of the units, at one point during a desert mission a MS was trapped in sand because its gears were clogged.
Obviously that trend wasn't used too often or followed all too much but it goes to show that pacing and realism vary with every series. Especially Turn A, just keep watching and you'll see what I mean.. or rather just look up the specs for the Turn A itself. Jesus christ >_>
you get use to it....they do look over powering in the first season but it tends to slow down and then picks itself back up again.
Actually it's a he C: the name and the VA throws everyone off. And it was pretty good, though the gundams seem a bit over powered. Then again it's far into the future, and 00 wasn't the first to do so.
lol her name sounds pretty close to mine. so what did you think of the first episode of double-0
Glad you liked it, it gets better as the series goes on. Mysteries about the Turn A, Loran's role in the story and more.
hey iridium....i saw turn a gundam first episode. i thought it was pretty good.
Last time I remember one or two of them are broken; not entirely sure since I have yet to finish the entire series.
oh of course, understandable....um...i cant find turn a gundam. do you know a link to it?
Well I watched about half of episode 1 and the presentation is great. Can't say much about the story just yet though, naturally.