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About The Somewhat Inactive One

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  • Birthday 02/28/2001

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    Video games, anime, drawing (even though, I'm terrible at it, but I want to get better, so feel free to give me tips), cartoons, and browsing the internet are the best things ever!

    ... To me, at least.
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  1. I’m alive, I guess.

    Here’s a really crappy doodle I did.





    1. The Somewhat Inactive One

      The Somewhat Inactive One

      Man, I sure love having to use Tinyurl to upload images.

      (I really need to start reducing file sizes)


    2. Yeow


      have you tried using imgur? you can make a free account there for uploading images. i dunno about file sizes.

      (welcome back btw)

    3. The Somewhat Inactive One

      The Somewhat Inactive One

      Imgur barely works for me. Idk when, but whenever I try to upload something on there, it never seems to work.

  2. Rune Factory 4 is fucking amazing.

    Why did Neverland have to die? Whhhhhhy?

  3. I need to motivate myself to draw more. @_@

    I have to atleast give myself another every day hobby besides laying on my ass using my phone.

    1. Kiah


      It never hurts to have another hobby. I’m struggling to learn another one let alone keep up with my current ones due to how busy I am 😦

  4. God, I love SML2

    1. Sean


      It's one of my favorite Mario games. Have you played the colorized hack? It's pretty cute and also has Luigi as a playable character who has different physics from Mario.

    2. The Somewhat Inactive One

      The Somewhat Inactive One

      Late as fuck reply, but no I haven’t. I would have tried it out, but my laptop got fucked up and even before it died out, my ROM got corrupted when doing so, so RIP.

    3. Sean
  5. l guess I should post something I draw on here for once. Have my attempt at Yoshi that I had finished yesterday.




    Not really the best drawing, i admit. But since it was my first attempt at drawing him, I think it turned out alright.

    1. tailsBOOM!


      For a first try that's really good! Everytime I draw Pikachu he still looks possessed xD

    2. Failinhearts


      Good first try! It's only gonna get better from here!

    3. Kiah


      Looks good for a first try! Just keep at it and maybe consider any pointers from the many artists out there that you find applicable and you’ll only get better 🙂

    4. The Somewhat Inactive One
    5. Failinhearts


      No prob! Keep it up!

  6. Doodling is fun. 

  7. The fact that the controller included with it is a recreation of the original PS1 controller rather than the DualShock means there’s no chance of Ape Escape being on here. Therefore, I have no interest in it. It is funny to me how Sony is starting to follow another one of Nintendo’s trends again. Can I expect an “Xbox Classic” from Microsoft soon?
  8. The Somewhat Inactive One

    Welcome to Animal Crossing - Switch, 2019

    Finally, this had gotten announced. I’ve been waiting for this game since Pocket Camp got released. I spent hours on both NL and the GCN one, so I’m definitely looking forward to this. Hoping they bring back the town size and the fifteen villager limit from the GCN game back.
  9. Just letting y’all know that i’m alive and well.

    1. MightyRay


      Hope you're doing O.K., it's good to see you again. :)

    2. The Somewhat Inactive One

      The Somewhat Inactive One

      Yeah, I’ve doing fine. I just kinda lost interest in the Sonic series overtime, so I stopped being active here for a while. I’ve been more active on Discord recently.

    3. Crow the BOOLET
    4. The Somewhat Inactive One

      The Somewhat Inactive One

      I’m a figament of your imagination.

    5. Failinhearts


      Hey! Been a while since I saw you!

    6. Adamabba


      Sounds like you graduated from somewhat inactive to pretty inactive

    7. The Somewhat Inactive One
    8. Kiah


      How about you reverse that...seriously it’s nice to see you again and I’m glad you’re doing well!

  10. Recommend me some 3DS games, y’all. (Why did I say that?) I had gotten a New 2DS the day after my birthday and all I have for it now is Animal Crossing: New Leaf (fun game, btw) so some suggestions would be really nice.

    1. The Somewhat Inactive One

      The Somewhat Inactive One

      Oh, and you can also recommend me some regular DS games as well.

    2. Strickerx5



      it's literally the only reason i keep around my 3ds at this point

    3. SupahBerry


      Do have a preferred genre or specific taste in games? 

      You got your basic Mario, Kirby, Zelda and Pokemon, but what would you really want? Fire Emblem and Bravely Default our there for all your RPG needs, and Tomodachi Life may appeal to you if you like New Leaf. There's also Luigi Mansion 2, Kid Icarus Uprising (^^^), Smash 3DS... 

      I'm not make any real suggestions, I just want to give you an idea on what you might wat.

    4. The Somewhat Inactive One

      The Somewhat Inactive One

      I don’t really have a preference in gaming generes. I mainly just play games that I find fun, though I can’t say I can’t say that I’m a huge fan of strategy games.

      Definitely planning on getting Kirby and maybe some Mario games. Tomodachi Life looks interesting and I always had some interest in Smash 3DS and Kid Icarus, so those are going in my bucket list. Thanks.

    5. Blue Blood

      Blue Blood

      Don't get Kid Icarus if you're left handed.

      Would totally recommend Luigi's Mansion, Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D and the entirety of the Ace Attorney and Professor Layton series (including the crossover of course).

    6. Strickerx5


      Honestly, with the way the new 2ds is, being left handed might barely even be an issue. (is it the new fold-able 2ds or the original?)

      still, get it. it's one of the best things nintendo has put out like damn

    7. The Somewhat Inactive One

      The Somewhat Inactive One

      My 2DS is the foldable. No way in hell was I gonna get the original, lol.

    8. JezMM


      If you've never played a Zelda game before, Ocarina of Time 3D is probably one of the best ones to start with.  A Link Between Worlds is one of the best top-down view Zelda games ever made (if not THE best) too.

      Smash Bros has a lot of replay value for on-the-go playing, as long as you don't mind playing against the computer.

      Super Mario 3D Land and Mario Kart 7 are both excellent entries in their franchises, and Kirby Planet Robobot is one of the best Kirby games ever made.

      I can second Luigi's Mansion 2 and Kid Icarus as both being excellent, more unusual choices.

      Oh, one more that gets forgotten amidst all the other weird, desperate Wii U -> 3DS ports they did: Yoshi's Woolly World.  I haven't played the 3DS version but the downloadable demo felt on par with the experience the Wii U version provides (it's not even a huge visual downgrade which was very impressive).  While I'd proritise Kirby Planet Robobot for your "cute 2D platformer" fix, Yoshi is a superb game too.

    9. Harkofthewaa


      For DS, I would recommend WarioWare DIY. If you've ever playeda WarioWare game, it goes something like this: THINK FAST GO! You get these microgames that last all of 5 seconds ( by design)  and in DIY, as the title would suggest, you get to make your own. It really gets you thinking. Aside from that, you've got the obvious Mario ( NSMB, NSMB2, Super Mario 3D Land, Mario and Luigi: Partners in Time, M and L, Bowser's Inside Story, M and L: Dream Team, Mario Kart DS and 7, and Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon) Zelda ( OOT 3D, Majora's Mask 3D [highly recommend], and Phantom Hourglass [ notice there are a couple missing, and for good reason]), Pokemon ( Diamond, Pearl or Platinum for Gen 4, Black, White, B2 or W2 for Gen 5, X, Y, Alpha Saphhire and Omega Ruby for Gen 6, and Sun, Moon, US and UM for Gen 7). TL;DR, you have 14+ years of games to choose from, so happy hunting!

    10. JezMM


      Since it got mentioned, I will say I'd actively recommend AGAINST Majora's Mask for 3DS if you haven't played Zelda before.  It's my personal favourite and well-loved, but it's best played AFTER playing Ocarina of Time.

    11. Mr Loopone

      Mr Loopone

      Right... Even though I do have a lot of 3DS games, yet to play a majority of them (lack of time). Honestly have the Zeldas, Kirby Triple Deluxe, Dragon Quest 7 and 8, Mario & Luigi series,  Story of Seasons 1 and 2, Metroid: Samus Returns, the Fire Emblems, Kid Icarus, Tomodatchi Life and even Etrian blooming Odyssey (might be hard to recommend, there is a demo though) but yet no time. Ones that I found fun were Super Mario 3D Land (might have a few problems in a couple of spots since it was made with the 3D screen in mind), Mario Kart 7, Star Fox 3D. Also Ace Combat Legacy, Need for Speed: The Run and Ridge Racer 3D for less obvious choices.

      Oh and go get that Sega 3D Classics Collection if you can. A collection made with passion with plenty of pick up and play games (weirdly the Master System version of Fantasy Zone 2 I keep going back to even though there is a remake too), it also includes Puyo Puyo 2 (and judging by your avatar, at least you might like it).

      For old fashioned DS I'll go for Donkey Kong Jungle Climber, Sonic Rush, Sonic Rush Adventure, Pang Magical Michael, Mario vs Donkey Kong 2/Miniland Mayhem, New Super Mario Bros and Sega Superstars Tennis/Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing. If you want to see a game pushing the boundaries of the DS, COP: The Recruit is one and quite cheap to get too.

    12. The Somewhat Inactive One

      The Somewhat Inactive One

      Great suggestions, guys. I’ll probably never be able to play all of this, but atleast I know how to start my DS game collection now. Thanks again.

    13. tailsBOOM!


      My 25 Essential Games (No particular Order):

      1. Super Smash Bros for the 3DS
      2. Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
      3. Star Fox 64 3D
      4. Fire Emblem Awakening
      5. Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright, Conquest, Revelations
      6. Sonic Generations (The Casino Night Level is beyond great)
      7. Kid Icarus: Uprising
      8. Tails Adventure (E-Shop)
      9. Knuckles Chaotix (E-Shop)
      10. Sonic Rush Titles (DS)
      11. RPG Maker FES and the RPG Player
      12. Metroid: Samus Returns
      13. Pokemon: Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon
      14. Golden Sun: Dark Dawn (DS)
      15. Sonic Colors (DS)
      16. Earthbound (E-Shop: ONLY IF NEW 2DS)
      17. Majora's Mask (It's iffy)
      18. Chrono Trigger (DS)
      19. Super Mario Maker (Mario Troll Levels! YES! #deadplumber)
      20. Kingdom Hearts DDD
      21. Monster Hunter Generations 4
      22. Shining Force (E-Shop)
      23. Xenoblade Chronicles X (New 2ds)
      24. Fire Emblem Warriors (New 2ds)
      25. Sonic and All-Stars Racing: Transformed

      Personally, Majora's Mask hasn't lived up to my expectations set by Ocarina of Time, but had I played Majora's Mask first I probably would have loved it

    14. Blue Blood

      Blue Blood

      Knuckles Chaotix? That's never been in the eShop.

    15. tailsBOOM!


      I swore it was... My fault


      Replace that one with Sonic 3d Blast

      This was me a few minutes ago

      Related image

      Damn it I'm boom Knuckles

      Better than Ugandan, though

    16. JezMM


      (Who's gonna tell them that Sonic 3D Blast also isn't on the 3DS eShop)

    17. tailsBOOM!
    18. JezMM


      Tbh I assumed you meant Sonic Blast the Game Gear game, but you specifically said "Sonic 3D Blast", which is an entirely different game for the Mega Drive/Saturn/PC:



      Though the more shocking thing to me is that you're recommending Sonic Blast, it's widely agreed upon as being a really lame Sonic game, but to each their own.

  11. Oh, right. It’s my birthday today as well.

    1. Failinhearts
    2. Blue Wisp

      Blue Wisp


    3. RedFox99
    4. MightyRay


      Happy birthday! Hope you have a lovely day!

    5. NikoS


      Merry Birthday!!

    6. Kiah


      Hope you had a good one!

    7. The Somewhat Inactive One

      The Somewhat Inactive One

      Thanks guys.

  12. Wreck It Ralph 2 seems alright. Hopefully it’s better than the first one (which I didn’t care for)

    1. Kiah


      I loved the first one. Hoping the sequel will be enjoyable too although it seems a little convoluted and odd with what I know about it so far. 

    2. tailsBOOM!


      Maybe Tails can appear in it (LIKE HE WAS SUPPOSED TO!!!

      Concept image from Disney:scout_rootBeerTapperInt_vFINAL_ADnotes_FLAT_Ink_LI.thumb.jpg.ae77cd8f800f987eb6a5ec25d51d7a75.jpg

      So yeah.  Plus more Sonic action).

      If you couldn't see:scout_rootBeerTapperInt_vFINAL_ADnotes_FLAT.thumb.jpg.1404e0fdfc98dab057dc8217e3d87392.jpg

  13. Kirby and the Amazing Mirror > All other Kirby games.

    sue me.

    1. Sean


      on what basis, out of curiosity? because the only thing that really separates it from other Kirby games is the weird Metroidvania aspect, which if I'm honest is one of the poorest attempts at a Metroidvania layout I've experienced to date (alongside the first Mega Man ZX)

    2. The Somewhat Inactive One

      The Somewhat Inactive One

      Great level design, awesome selection of abilities, catchy OST, and the fact it’s basically 4 player metroidvania all makes Amazing Mirror my favorite Kirby game.

      I love most Kirby games in general, but Amazing Mirror is one I put the most time into. Love it lots (though RtDL and Super Star are close second and thirds)

    3. Sean


      The level themes and bosses were quite nice, although the confusing layouts and non-indicative map screen made navigating the entire game from beginning to end an absolute chore for me without a guide (and even with one at times). It's a game that I wish just stuck with Kirby's traditional linear progression instead.

      I've also never experienced the multiplayer component and had to put up with the obnoxious, unreliable AI during all my playthroughs.

    4. The Somewhat Inactive One

      The Somewhat Inactive One

      Yeah, I’ll admit the map system could have been better and the AI is pretty freaking dumb, but everything else about the game was so enjoyable to me, I can’t help but love it. It was also the game that got me into Kirby (though, it wasn’t my first Kirby game, that was Nightmare in Dreamland)

      If you want a Kirby game with some similar elements to Amazing Mirror but with the usual linear format, I’d recommend Squeak Squad. They were done by the same developers, so it makes sense that they’re similar in some aspects (though Squeak Squad is really short and kinda bland compared to most Kirbys)


    5. Sean


      I own and have played every main Kirby game to date. I actually like Squeak Squad less than Amazing Mirror for being a less ambitious game despite sticking to the tried-and-true formula.

    6. The Somewhat Inactive One
  14. The Somewhat Inactive One

    "Puyo Puyo Tetris!" (Switch, PS4, PC) STEAM RELEASE CONFIRMED

    Already own the Switch version, and the fact it has Denuvo too kinda turns me off of it... ...But at the same time, the fact it has dual audio makes it tempting to me as well. Seriously, though, that alone would make me buy this if I didn’t already own it on Switch. But really, though, why haven’t they bothered localizing Chronicles yet? Seriously, I would have totally took a localization of that game over this PC port. I really want to play it.
  15. The Somewhat Inactive One

    Sonic Lost World vs. Sonic Forces

    I haven’t played Forces yet (nor do I plan to) and it’s been a long while since I played Lost World, but from the looks of it, I think I’d like Lost World more. Forces to me looks like a poor man’s version of Generations with a poorly-made story that almost makes me wish they went back with Pontaff’s style of writing, really awful controls (which I actually experienced myself since i did play the demo), crap “level design”, and that lame avatar gimmick. Lost World isn’t particularly good and I don’t see myself playing through it again, but atleast it was nicely polished, had some level design, and controlled okay for the most part. This might change if I do end up playing Forces, but I honestly doubt it.

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