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Balding Spider

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  1. 5 hours ago, horridus said:

    So, Penders has posted a panel from the prequel comic, this one featuring the newly revealed Dr. Zephur. Coulda swore it was "Zephyr"... in any event-

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    So, Zephur STILL looks grotesque, but the real story here? Is Penders not only continuing to use photographs in place of drawing stuff, but actually going so far to use photographs of HUMAN anatomy and physiology despite this being a surgical/medical examination of his supposedly alien Echyd'nya. Like, good grief man, it's bad enough when he uses this crap for backgrounds, but this is really taking it to another level given how much he's screamed about this being 'hard science fiction' and crap. 

    I don't know why, but all of this makes me feel like I'm being personally attacked.


  2. Gameplay wise it's pretty similar to the Castlevania games, though your backdash isn't as good as say Alucard's at the beginning. Atmosphere on the other hand is a different matter, in that I think there is more cheese that Bloodstained leans into.

    On 6/18/2019 at 9:23 PM, KHCast said:

    The fucking shade thrown at Konami haha I love it 

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    Just beat the slot machine monster, and... it was something alright.


  3. 21 hours ago, KHCast said:

    How’s the difficulty? I was watching Jim play it, and it looked pretty...easy. Are there difficulty modes?

    The difficulty ranges in each area with the monsters, for example I came across an enemy early that can half your health and kill you on the spot with its assaults. there are difficulty modes in the game but I just went with the default.

    Edit: Just a heads up there's a secret enemy that can take you down something fierce later in the game. Stumbled on an easy way to cheese it.


  4. 1 hour ago, BlueFlare said:

    I would appreciate to hear more once you've played further. I can't afford this game right now but I will when it is possible. 

    Okay, so the issues being that it has trouble maintaining 60fps, this is noticeable especially in two separate areas, and there are noticeable clipping issues like when enemies travel from the background to the foreground. Also I just came across a glitch that cheated me out of a boss Shard, and had to redo the fight.


  5. This is semi-related, but courtesy of Jared's debacle Satchbag/Satchell Drakes is quitting Normal Boots

    After the one-two punch of Jared and Jon, you can hardly blame the man.


  6. 49 minutes ago, Iggy said:

    I was never an avid follower of Game Grumps but honestly I'm so disappointed in Holly for not only willingly sleeping with a married man, but having the audacity to try to imply that Heidi is lying at first AND offer Jared sympathy. 

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    >"I'd never hurt anyone and only want the best and happiness for those around me."

    >sleeps with her best friend's husband

    Okay, no, fuck all that. I swear this goes beyond being 2-faced, and trying to across as a victim in this scandal too. Cancel the both of them.


  7. 19 minutes ago, DanJ86 said:

    Um...for those that don't know who he is, perhaps somebody could explain what a "ProJared" is and why it has fans? (This might sound like a joke but I really don't know who he is.) 

    He's a youtube gamer personality, and comes from the entertainment group Normal Boots, the same place the Completionist and formerly Jontron hailed from. He covered game reviews, Let's Play's, ect.


  8. And those fans are posting the more "tame" pictures on twitter. They show up in response to his ex-wifes twitter talking about her stories with Jared. Obviously it's NSFW:

    Edit: Wow, effin' Holly Conrad just showed up in my who to follow listings.

     


  9. 2 hours ago, Teoskaven said:

    I originally did not cared for JoJo a lot, skipped the OVAs of the '90s (although they were really popular here in my country) and even the first season of the David Productions anime, but ever since All-Star Battle was announced i decided to finally get into the franchise and i certainly haven't regretted it, it really shows how much important it is for Shonen Jump and how many series of the future it had inspired.

    My ranking of the parts until this point goes in descending order: 1-5-3-2-4-6-8-7 (yeah, not really an extreme fan of Steel Ball Run, sorry).
    I'm really digging some of the choices they decided to do for the anime, what music did they chose and how to exploit the already memetic famous scenes, like the Vento Aureo torture dance sequence. Here's hoping we will not need to wait 3 years for part 6, lol.
    As for the manga right now, JoJolion is better than SBR but so far it hasn't interested me completely like the previous parts did and what happens at the end of Stone Ocean still hasn't been washed away entirely. I'll give credit to Araki, still managing to coming up with fresh names and power disparity for the stands after so many years is quite the accomplishment, so kudos for that.

    Hmm, I see we can never truly be friends. That said having re-read part 6 I think it's in the running for my least favorite part. Just going through it again felt like a chore, and the overall plot really felt tacked on. To it's credit it does have my favorite finale though.


  10. 9 minutes ago, Marco9966 said:

    They wouldn't even put out the budget to get the new pop song !!

    Look at this: they kept the original designs because they work! What's so unimaginable about keeping the original Sonic design too?

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    Keep in mind this is sort of the exception to the rule. I mean look at The Smurfs, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Yogi Bear, Scooby-Doo, Woody Woodpecker Fat Albert, or even 1977's Pete's Dragon.

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