I'll have you know I'm an expert at the yugioh anime.
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New gameplay trailer for Rogue.
Come ooooon, AC. Ship battles were a gimick in ACIII, understandable in ACIV, but enough is enough already. They're definitely not fun enough (or at all) to put in yet another game. If Ubisoft is so hell bent on making a sailing simulator, fine, go ahead, but standing on a ship and turning a wheel isn't what Assassin's Creed is about.
Kuroshitsuji season 2 was a horrible, plot hole filled mess and I honestly don't know why they bothered. Book of Circus, on the other hand, is based on the manga and is looking pretty good so far.
I've noticed they're already changed some minor things, but it does seem like they're trying to do the arc justice and stick to the manga as close as possible.
Borderlands 2 gives us…
He is a ruthless, cruel leader and a self proclaimed "Hero". He also stole the credit for defeating the entity that resided in the Vault from the original vault hunters form the original game. Handsome Jack wants to find and activate the Warrior, so he can get rid of all "criminals" on Pandora and rule the land for himself.
I’m not going to try and kid myself by saying he’s the most nefarious or unprecedented villain out there, but there’s something to be said for a villain that’s charismatic, childish, narcissistic and very entertaining. Despite murdering left and right and being hated by everyone, he still thinks he’s the hero of this game. I always liked the way he would constantly bother the player and your allies over the radio, usually to rub something in.
He also lives up to his name, not gonna lie.
Ok. I was writing this long post with explanations and pictures and everything. It was beautiful. But when I went to post it CL crashed. I'm not writing all that shit again. This will be the minimal-effort post of the frustrated.
My favorites were (are) Teen Titans, Code Lyoko, and Xiaolin Showdown. I liked those action-y shows with interesting characters. There, I'm done, goodnight.
damn, I knew there was another thread that could encompass this topic, but search wasn't bringing anything up at the time.
The Sims: a fun life simulation game series, right? Too bad it's obnoxiously expensive. With Sims4's release right around the corner (the vanilla priced at $60) it's a good time to look back fondly on the past titles.
And what do you know! Origin is giving out the Sims 2 + all expansion packs for Free! All you need is an Origin account (free to make) and a PC rather than a Mac.
To get it, just go into the Redeem Product Code zone in Origin and type in I-LOVE-THE-SIMS. It's completely legal, but ends August.
A little miffed that I spent so much of my money on the game when it first came out, but eh, that's business.
Three film students vanish after traveling into a Maryland forest to film a documentary on the local Blair Witch legend, leaving only their footage behind.
Influential as heck and one of the best physiological horror movies. Wonderful use of slow build and suspense. As someone who doesn't scare easily and is completely unimpressed with slasher movies, this was an island in a sea of crappy horror movies.
that looks really nice and dynamic. I like how it sorta breaks past the outer circles.
personality wise, yeah he's very Shinji-like