I can read anything from academic articles to newspapers, and my writing isn't bad (uni level), my listening's about the same, but my speaking is rusty as hell. I can understand 99% of what people say to me, but I've only been back in Japan for two weeks after having been away for years with no native speakers to converse with outside of my professor. Resultantly, takes me a second or two to come up with a response that isn't perfect,but conveys the nuance/meaning I want to. In a couple of months time it should have caught up to the uni-level as well though. Not quite native, but I'm pushing it haha
How's your study going??
on 27 March 2018
They're going all right, however I'm not making as much progress as I would have liked! However, that is my fault as I really should be practising more.
Yes it is. It succeeded the 8th gen Wii U and 3DS, therefore it is a 9th gen console, regardless of whether it released earlier than PS5 and XSX.
The Dreamcast launched in 1998, two years before the PS2 and three before Gamecube and Xbox, does it therefore belong to the 5th gen with the N64 and PSX? No, of course not. It succeeded the 5th gen Saturn, and is therefore a 6th gen console. Same...
I'd be selfish and fund/promote things I like to start.
- Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky gets a remake with an art-style that's inbetween the original and Octopath Traveller (HD 2D, but with the character of the original designs), a remastered soundtrack and even more story content added. New dungeons and all Pokemon from Gen V-VIII get added too.
- Fire Emblem Geneaology Remake,...
Eh, the only one of those that I miss is the activity log. I have 1000 devices that can do Netflix/Internet, no need for the Switch to have it (would be a nice feature, but nothing to cry about imo).
3DS' activity lock was the GOAT, I viewed mine almost daily (I think it was ironically my most opened 3DS app last time I checked), I wish they'd bring it to the Switch, the data is all stored...