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The [email protected] and Love Live!

Posted by dennyvuquach on October 1, 2016 at 3:35 AM Comments comments (0)

The [email protected] is the idol series that was originally released as an arcade in the year 2005 in Japan, and the series has been revamped in 2010 since The [email protected] 2 came out on the consoles. It is the rhythm video game series that feels fairly similar to Project Diva, but it's much more simpler. I've been a huge fan of The [email protected] since 2012, ever since I first started watching Ritsuko Akizuki singing Shiny Smile. At the beginning of 2013, I started becoming a huge fan of the 2011 anime,...

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My Thoughts on Kirby Triple Deluxe

Posted by dennyvuquach on March 11, 2015 at 8:15 AM Comments comments (0)

When I was in the mall, I brought Kirby Triple Deluxe from GameStop, which costed like 35 dollars and is the first game I have brought for my Nintendo 3DS XL. I've been looking for that game since I watched the replays from YouTube, and I already knew that I love it so much. There are so many Kirby games out there that are really awesome, but this one is one of the best Kirby games I've been playing, since Kirby Super Star on Super Nintendo.


Kirby Triple Deluxe stays tr...

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Kalista Overview

Posted by dennyvuquach on December 22, 2014 at 4:15 AM Comments comments (0)

I've recently have played Kalista in League of Legends, and I got to say that she's really awesome and fun! To me, she's like the most fun ADC champion I've played, and I have been playing ADC champions like Ashe, Sivir, Caitlyn, Miss Fortune, Lucian, Jinx, Ezreal, and Twitch. One of the main reasons on why Kalista is so exciting to play is because she can dash a bit after she does a normal attack, thanks to her passive skill, Martial Poise. This can mean that when my opponent tries to e...

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Ten Tips in the Twisted Treeline

Posted by dennyvuquach on October 20, 2014 at 8:00 PM Comments comments (0)

I've been playing League of Legends recently, and I've had such a exciting time playing it.  It's one of the MOBA games I really love playing, since I've played Warcraft III, and there are hundreds of champions for me to choose from.  I've only been playing this for a couple of weeks, and I'm already level 28.  One of the maps that I really like playing for PvP is the Twisted Treeli...

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2013 is almost over, and Happy Holidays!

Posted by dennyvuquach on December 24, 2013 at 6:20 AM Comments comments (0)

Happy Holidays!

I got to say that 2013 is a really good year to me, because the moments that I really like on this year are the moment that I went to PAX 2013, learning how to drive really well, and having alot of fun playing chess & Doom.  I'm watching the X-Mas episode of my favorite anime, The [email protected]!

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Useful Squigly Tips From Nuuance

Posted by dennyvuquach on December 9, 2013 at 8:40 PM Comments comments (0)

Nuuance is probably the most useful contacts I've ever faced in video gaming.  He is one of the Skullgirls player that I played against, and I usually get beaten by him in quick matches.  He's really nice too to me.  In November 14, 2013, I asked him:

"I'm really sorry to bother you, but on your Squigly Assorted Resets video, is it a bad idea to do cross-under with light or medium divekick while I'm playing online? Most of the time, I did the crossup pretty...

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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva 2nd

Posted by dennyvuquach on December 2, 2013 at 5:35 AM Comments comments (0)

Miku Hatsune returns to the PSP, with a highly addictive sequel to the first game. Project Diva was truly a gem among rhythm games, and Project Diva 2nd adds 2 new types of notes, 1 new difficulty level, 28 new songs, 19 returning songs, and lots of new modules to the fun. Like this first game, the gameplay is simply awesome. You must hit the circle, square, triangle and x buttons to clear each song and unlock new songs.

There are 4 difficulty levels: easy, normal, hard, and...

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My Top 10 Voice Actors

Posted by dennyvuquach on September 29, 2013 at 10:05 PM Comments comments (0)

  I've been watching cartoons, anime, movies, and video games.  Most of them have voice acting in order to attract viewers and listeners.  There are so many voice actors out in America today, and most of them did a good job on voicing.  However, there are few of the voice actors that I really love.  Some voice actors prefer to portray the shows from another countries rather than from America.  Here are my top ten voice actors in America / Canada:


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Hell's Kitchen Rankings

Posted by dennyvuquach on September 9, 2012 at 6:20 AM Comments comments (0)

I've watched every finale of Hell's Kitchen each season, and personally, I think Season 10 has too much drama going on.  There's too much bickering going on with Kimmie, Robyn, and Tiffany, and the men, except for Justin, performed extremely poorly on the services.  It seems that Hell's Kitchen was made for drama, not for actual cooking skills, but hey, it's a reality TV show, and reality TV shows are mostly made for the ratings instead of actual, true talent.


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Local vs. Online Gaming

Posted by dennyvuquach on September 1, 2012 at 11:55 PM Comments comments (0)

Personally, I find online gaming to be pretty boring and dreadful nowadays, since playing with people who live far away with me isn't being very social.  In fact, playing online requires me to deal with the people that I don't know at all, wheather they could be nice, or they could be very rude and obnoxious.  Not to mention, online gaming can be laggy, even if you have a decent internet connection.  If I want to play in multiplayer, I would rather play with real people who liv...

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