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Male, 27, from Baldur’s Gate, Faerûn
Saiyan’s are cooler with tails, and DBZ/DBS would be better if all Saiyan’s still had their tail.
Hey there big boy ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
As a game reviewer, there’s no better feeling than the creative director of a game you love enjoying your review.
Top ten game journo moments: all of them are Brian Fargo liking my Fallout 1 review
Brb frantically writing a Fable review to shove in Peter Molyneux’s face
The controls on American McGee’s Alice have aged like absolute shit. And yet I’m loving every second of this game.
Wow, I haven’t pooped all year!
Let the games begin.
Pop quiz; is green a creative color?
Green is not a creative color.
Finally watching Dragon Ball Super and wow, I’m glad there’s just as much useless filler here as there is in DBZ
the rework of battle of gods and resurrection f are pretty subpar, but it gets better after that. You could watch the movies and skip to episode 28 and not miss much.
I definitely considered doing that, and Ericzander actually gave me the same advice. But then I’d miss the glorious, low animation quality fight between Goku and Beerus!
Yeah I watched it all and didn't regret it, but that was 1 episode per week upon release - idk if I could marathon it
Merry Christmas to all, and to all Die Hard is not a Christmas movie.
You grinch!!! You’ll never take Christmas die hard watching away from me!!!!
It's a relationship drama about a couple trying to save a marriage that is strained by the pressures of their respective careers >:[
It doesn't work out in the end, since in the sequel they are divorced.
Christmas is purely coincidential.
I often point out, Christmas is convenient to the script of Die Hard, not essential. Take Christmas out of the equation, and nothing changes. It’s good fun, and a movie you can absolutely watch it at any point in the year. But it’s not a Christmas movie.
The scene where Rocky Balboa drinks six raw eggs from a glass he’s likely never washed lives rent free in my head.
rocky beats the meat, i some time beat the meat too.
which is nice. so i have that going for me.
Add some Worcestershire, salt, and Tabasco sauce and you got a prairie oyster, baby.
I think Halo's a pretty cool guy. Eh kills aliens and doesn't afraid of anything.
John Halo's a big green space virgin.
There’s only two good parts of Spyro 3. Monkey Doom, and watching Moneybags get his shit absolutely rocked every time you get a companion
I’ve got 99 troubles and the trolley’s every one
Having used American style trolleys I can well believe it. What horrendous pieces of tech those things are.
Fort Frolic is literally filler, and the story of BioShock goes on just fine without it.
It’s also my favorite level, and Sander Cohen is the best villain in that entire franchise.
When you think about it, Witchers are just really extreme exterminators.
To watch something new and exciting, or to rewatch the Witcher again?
Also the show gave us the top single of 2019 in the form of “Toss a Coin to Your Witcher,” so it gets points for that alone
How about you watch the far older Polish version?
You know, I've watched a single episode of The Hexer, and that was more than enough to convince me I didn't need to watch any more of it
In a modern context, Geralt of Rivia wouldn't be such a badass. He'd be a garden variety edgelord.
Nah. He'd still be a badass. These edge lords can't back anything up.
Well I mean yeah, the whole "While you were partying I studied the blade" approach makes much less sense in a quarterly board meeting than it does in the Witcher setting, I guess. But the whole stoic silent slab of beef shtick can still find a place in today's world.
Who's the bigger edgelord? Geralt of Rivia or Andrzej Sapkowski?
In Simon's Quest, Konami gives us the famous line "WHAT A HORRIBLE NIGHT TO HAVE A CURSE." But is there ever an ideal night to have a curse?
the night when trump wins 2020. so it all ends.
What’s your favorite game to play during #SpookySeason? For me, it’s forever and always the OG Castlevania
Castlevania I and III (Dracula's Curse) on the NES have no mercy with the player. Even the official advertising video for Dracula's Curse on Virtual Console starts with the "You just died!"-music.
Never will I forget the day I beat Castlevania for the first time. Felt so good.
Sadly my cartridge of the first NES game came without the original packaging.
I play Luigi’s Mansion every October. The “scary” game ;p
Luigi's Mansion. Yes! On the few occasions when I drink some alcohol… for some reason I play this game. Easy and funny and good game. Luigi is such a coward. And constantly pressing (A).
"Mario?" "Mario!" "Maaarioooo?"
Look, I love all three of the Kanto starters. But if you're making me choose just one, I won't hesitate when I pick Charmander.
This might be shocking, but I don't complete the Pokédex every single time I play through a game. If i'm doing a completion run, of course I get all three. But if I just wanna casually play through, say, Fire Red? I'll use 5 Pokemon I don't normally use plus Charizard because I'm unreasonably, blindly loyal to a fictional creature
Pokemon is not the kind of game I'd like to rush. I even did the Celebi-egg-glitch to /really/ complete the Pokedex in Gen 2. Boy, that took a lot of tries to get the bad clone or whatever it is called.
Definitely agree there! I watch a lot of Pokemon speed runs and solo challenges, and they're fun to watch but I could never actually do that. I enjoy training a full team too much
I hate that I’m being so critical of a game I’ve spent so long waiting for. But I think that’s precisely why I’m criticizing it so harshly.
Can't say I have ever had that problem. Been plenty disappointed by promising games and turns a series might have taken but a world of yes men is not a place I want to be in.