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I cant bleleive it! they could of just of change the coustumes and voices and that would be fine but nothing is going on anymore! Its like there is no plot just them in a car riding around fighting demons! No iteresting bad guys or nothing1 and reload was cool but they did not finish it i mean what happened after they defeated god? It could'nt just end! They just ruined it!And the new voice cast is horriable so yeah i take it back they could of just saved us and just redid the coustumes instead of scaring us to death with those fruity voices!
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OH YEAH I GOTTA A QUESTION! can someone please tell me how to change your little pic thing by your name!?
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Ah, I know what you mean! I am not a very big fan of Gensoumaden Saiyuki but I do admit that Saiyuki had its charms, but the two new seasons totally ruined it. I mean, where did the whole plot go? I was expecting more answers as to, for example, why Nataku is in his present state as it is, and what happened to Lord Gyumao?! The series went from broing to annoying, and Kougaiji and his group has definitely lost their antagonist touch. So many characters were ruined. I don't even want to think that the two new seasons were created at all. It's just better to consider they never existed and make the original Saiyuki pure -_-"
that show and the movie ruled but not the new stuff
There's only 1 thing wrong with Saiyuki. They voice work for the original series was PERFECT. I've switched back and forth between the Eng. and the Jap., and they're very nearly identical, in every way. Herein likes the problem. The second dub company that go hold of Reloaded and Gunlock RUINED the dub. As a result, I can't buy the discs! This is very upsetting.
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