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    Rabid-Noodles reacted to Indigo Rush in Sonic Mania Plus: Official Reveal (Coming July 17th) - NO SPOILERS   
    How dare you spoil this 
     
    I get a second chance to go into this blind and y'all had to ruin it 
     
    Actually mad right now 
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    Rabid-Noodles got a reaction from Strong Guy in Noodle Art!   
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    Rabid-Noodles reacted to Whatever the WhoCares in Sonic Forces Patch 1.01 details *Big Spoiler*   
    Oh cool, Super Sonic. Because the stages weren't short and easy enough already. 
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    Rabid-Noodles got a reaction from Dee Dude in Noodle Art!   
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    Rabid-Noodles got a reaction from Monkey Destruction Switch in Noodle Art!   
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    Rabid-Noodles got a reaction from Shikushi in Noodle Art!   
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    Rabid-Noodles got a reaction from Boomer in I am conflicted about which platform to get Sonic Forces for   
    I absolutely LOVE Bring Me The Horizon. Not many people like BMTH that much, if at all. Others opinions don't stop or deter my enjoyment of said band. Neither should they stop you from liking Forces. Getting off track.
    It sounds like you'd be best off with PC since the massive PS4 library/exclusives aren't enough for you to buy one.
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    Rabid-Noodles got a reaction from MightyRay in ARTWORK: Ernest-Panda Tearoom of Art   
    Really digging your stuff! You've came a long way since the ol' Bumbleking days! 
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    Rabid-Noodles got a reaction from Ernest the Panda in ARTWORK: Ernest-Panda Tearoom of Art   
    Really digging your stuff! You've came a long way since the ol' Bumbleking days! 
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    Rabid-Noodles got a reaction from Silencer226 in Noodle Art!   
    I never update this place. So here's an art dump of some things.









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    Rabid-Noodles got a reaction from Silencer226 in Noodle Art!   
    Made an actual sticker set after wanting to do so for literally ever. I'm selling these for £4.00!

    https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/543437393/1995?ref=pr_shop





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    Rabid-Noodles reacted to Indigo Rush in Sonic Forces Vocal Theme - "Fist Bump"   
    The theme of this game really should be "what could possibly go wrong?"
    Just add that statement after every feature of the game and it'll work.
    Vocal themes returning? "what could possibly go wrong!"
    More villains? "what could possibly go wrong!"
    Third gameplay style? "what could possibly go wrong!"
     
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    Rabid-Noodles reacted to The Tenth Doctor in Sonic art book coming from Cook & Becker   
    Here they come!
     
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    Rabid-Noodles got a reaction from Monkey Destruction Switch in I am conflicted about which platform to get Sonic Forces for   
    I absolutely LOVE Bring Me The Horizon. Not many people like BMTH that much, if at all. Others opinions don't stop or deter my enjoyment of said band. Neither should they stop you from liking Forces. Getting off track.
    It sounds like you'd be best off with PC since the massive PS4 library/exclusives aren't enough for you to buy one.
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    Rabid-Noodles reacted to Ryannumber1gamer in Crash Bandicoot: N-Sane Trilogy (2017)   
    Honestly, Am I the only one who feels like the insertion of time trials into Crash 1/2...really doesn't work? 
    Like I haven't tried Crash 1 yet (Oh god no) but going through Crash 2, there is way way more difficulty trying to get time trials than compared to Warped. It feels like the levels really weren't designed to suit the trials (Which, y'know is understandable considering they weren't invented when Crash 1/2 was made). But even at that, I find myself constantly retrying because the levels feel like they weren't designed with the trials in mind. Let it be really shitty time constraints, crate placements being annoying as hell, or what I feel is the biggest issue, forcing you to wait in levels where you must be constantly going (I.E Sewer Levels with the monkey bars, Polar levels etc). It's doable, but it's not fun. It always feels like I lose the trial because the timing was pretty shit, or the level in general isn't good for trials.
    Right now, I'm up to Sewer or Later and it's one of the biggest examples. Gold relic requires 1 minute and 3 seconds, yet you have to be lucky to have a ton of the level hazards line up so you can quickly run through the level. In Warped, the only time this was a real issue was Tomb Wader because of the rising water forcing you to wait, and on top of that, it was inconsistent rising water. Crash 2 feels like Tomb Wader the entire way through.
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    Rabid-Noodles reacted to Nepenthe in Crash Bandicoot: N-Sane Trilogy (2017)   
    Quit the fanboyism.
    Dismissing criticism of the hit detection as whining by people who you conveniently assume would've also whined about hit detection more accurate to the original because you further assume people were determined to not like it, all in order to essentially paint all criticism of the jumping as invalid is unfair. Frankly, it's the kind of attitude that made the rumors and lead-up to what should've been a really celebratory occasion when Crash was finally confirmed at E3 intolerable in its own presumptuousness and elitism within this very thread.
    If Crash's hitbox is indeed a pill shape, then that's a dumb decision as nearly all of his obstacles are cubic in nature, meaning hit detection is not going to be as natural, solid, and pixel-precise as it once was. Anyone "can get used to this"- people are beating these games- but this doesn't mean the change was automatically for the better or that it doesn't deserve any criticism.
    So yeah, this attitude of yours is not helpful and will probably lead to strikes if it continues. If you really want to make an argument that the hit detection hasn't suffered in the translation, maybe instead explain why the change is actually somehow better than it once was.
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    Rabid-Noodles reacted to Meta77 in Crash Bandicoot: N-Sane Trilogy (2017)   
    Just cause you have had a easy time with it and have done noting but gush over the game do not act so hostile for those who grew up on crash. Like actually grew up on it. I have finished all the old games to 100% but even I will admit the jump is literally shit for older crash games. It works well in 3 but for the older 2 its just wonky.
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    Rabid-Noodles got a reaction from Monkey Destruction Switch in Noodle Art!   
    I never update this place. So here's an art dump of some things.









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    Rabid-Noodles got a reaction from Milo in Noodle Art!   
    I never update this place. So here's an art dump of some things.









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    Rabid-Noodles got a reaction from Dee Dude in Noodle Art!   
    Hey guysss. Long time no postss.
    Thought I'd make a new art topic since my old one is just completely /gone/. Here's some stuff! (massive image post ahoy, click for bigger resolution!)




     

    A massive window vinyl!

    ...And this

    Which was made into a huge wall!

    That's about it!
    Oh, and buy my shirts plz


    I have a tumblr, twitter and instagram if anyone uses those! Feel free to comment or w/e pleases you!
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    Rabid-Noodles got a reaction from Dee Dude in Noodle Art!   
    Thanks for the comments guys!
    I wasn't going to post this here originally but I had a change of mind. It's just a tarot I did as part of a collab thing with some friends.

    I'll try to update this thread more in the future!
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    Rabid-Noodles got a reaction from Dee Dude in Noodle Art!   
    I never update this place. So here's an art dump of some things.









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    Rabid-Noodles reacted to AAUK in Summer of Sonic 2016 "Mr Yuji Naka is alright!"   
    From SOS 2016, LMC's Kevin Eva (ArchangelUK/AAUK) is joined by The Sonic Stadium's Svend Joscelyne (Dreadknux) and Adam Tuff (T-Bird) for a panel where they discuss the story behind Summer of Sonic. 
    Presented in its entirety, the panel - previously only viewable to those in attendance at the "& Knuckles" stage area - dips into the unknown. Even to some items not known to Svend and Adam! So how did SOS come to be? What has Shadow The Hedgehog got to do with it? How did the three meet in the first place? How did Kevin end up at SEGA? How did Adam doom the Earth? Which guest underwent a radical metamorphosis thanks to SOS? And what rather awkward thing did Svend say to Richard Jacques?
    From humble beginnings to triumph over adversary here's all (well, a chunk of it at least) of the story behind one of the most successful publisher/fandom partnerships in video game history.
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