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About JakeBolt

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  • Birthday 06/23/1996

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  1. People have told me that showing my art here might be good, so I'll play nice and show some stuff

  2. In all honesty, I was kinda shitty back then. But this place has just kinda become a graveyard, and I'm just here to troll around.

  3. Do I still remember the password to my first account or is it still banned on here because of a joke I made?

  4. What's up turds?

    1. TCB


      Nothin fellow turd

  5. Happy Birthday!



  8. Young fool... Only now, at the end, do you understand.

  9. Is it wise to open your shin megami tensei type game series with a horror game? Yeah, sure, why not.

  10. I mean, I understand Naruto getting a game. They're ninjas, they fight, give them a fighting game. Not exactly rocket science. Even One Piece makes sense in a game. Having them be Dynasty Warriors and all. But what about One Punch Man? I guess you could have some weird Dark Souls type game, but even then... Oh, I know! Maybe have it be like The Arkham Games! You get this big world to run around in and beat up bad guys with one punch, but the monsters you gotta focus more energy into and I can see this working. 

    1. Kaze no Klonoa

      Kaze no Klonoa

      That concept's execution will probably depend on how tight the design of the combat is. Blowing enemies in literally one punch will eventually get old, after all.

    2. JakeBolt


      I guess it's a matter of how many enemies to an area to assign?

    3. Nix


      I'd imagine a One Punch Man game would be more like Asura's Wrath in terms of its presentation, where the meat of the game comes from its cinematics and incredible fight choreography rather than the actual gameplay.  Asura's Wrath's general gameplay was serviceable at best, but dear lord CyberConnect2 made up for it and then some with its action sequences.

      And judging by CyberConnect2's work with the Naruto series, I'm more than confident they'd be able to do the series justice.  The Naruto games from them are easily better than the anime, even if you ignore the filler hell.

    4. Nepenthe


      The only way I could see Saitama working as a game character is if the goal was instead to actually make your way to your opponent versus fighting them one on one.

    5. Wraith


      Most of the extended fight scenes in the show come from when Genos is fighting anyway so why not just let you play as him 

    6. DBZHedgy


      I could see them making it more about protecting the city or something more than actually trying not to die if Saitama was a playable character

    7. Nepenthe


      @Wraith Because Genos is a jobber.

    8. Wraith


      He's the coolest jobber since Vegeta so I don't care I still wanna play as him >:U

    9. Nepenthe


      D'8 Vegeta's not a jobber!

    10. Wraith


      Okay you can't be saying Genos is a jobber but Vegeta isn't come on now

    11. Nepenthe


      Genos didn't win a single fight in the anime.

    12. Wraith


      Genos wins against that gorrila thing and he wins some more in the manga. He doesn't win anything important but neither does Vegetables :P

      *Vegeta holy shit this phone

  11. How would you make a video game out of One Punch Man?

    1. TCB


      1) Have Platinum Games develop it



  12. Thoughts on RPG Maker Horror Games? I feel like to most people, anything made in the RPG Maker Engine is automatically written off as "Eh, it's an RPG Maker game" when I feel like no matter the engine, the merits of any game should speak for themselves. 

  13. Sister: Why haven't they made a faithful adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson's The Little Mermaid?

    Me: Rusalochka, The Japanese Little Mermaid and... Oh you mean Disney? Because they are a business first and a film studio second... Er... Third?

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