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  1. i got 7 more moneys

    total is $21/$310 for PS4 and mania

    1. Strickerx5

      Strickerx5

      You sure you don't want to go for the PC version. Pretty sure any computer made in the last 10 years can handle this game.

    2. booblur98
    3. Mando-Whirl-Wind

      Mando-Whirl-Wind

      or go switch, then sonic mania  on the go. and likely crash

    4. booblur98

      booblur98

      PS4's cheaper

    5. Strickerx5

      Strickerx5

      Oh yeah, as long as you're getting it for more than one game.

      Was about to say. You'd be spending around $300 more than you should. XD

    6. booblur98

      booblur98

      yeah it's mostly for mania and crash, but forces and some other exclusives like ratchet

      i'd like to get a switch at some point, because of the portability and SMO

  2. you can essentially remove the werehog battle music in the PS3 version of unleashed

  3. 8iyP_5NzQW9kU3zkJyhr0A_r.jpg

    how do interpret this image

    1. booblur98

      booblur98

      *how do you interpret this image

    2. PaulyBFromDa303

      PaulyBFromDa303

      I thought Sonic was more seclusive than that XD

    3. Kiah

      Kiah

      It would be easier to interpret if this was Classic Sonic since he wouldn't even say anything <_<

    4. booblur98

      booblur98

      what are they asking him

    5. PaulyBFromDa303

      PaulyBFromDa303

      Oh boy . . . I'm sure we'll be seeing some negative responses XD

  4. unleashed was really good and i'm happy the fanbase's opinions on the game have been seemingly more positive than negative in recent months.

    1. Soniman

      Soniman

      It's adored here, don't worry 

  5. when i was younger i had this video project where if i succeeded i would get a gamecube

    that never happened but if i did gems collection and SA2 would have eaten up all of my time

    1. PaulyBFromDa303

      PaulyBFromDa303

      Sure did for me. And heroes

  6. alright, time to do more tinkering & prototyping for my game

  7. gonna get some moneeeeeeeeeeeeey

  8. but do we still like generations

    1. Wraith

      Wraith

      Here? no

    2. Bowbowis

      Bowbowis

      Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeehhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...

    3. SenEDDtor Missile

      SenEDDtor Missile

      I'm fine with it. Story's crap, but I had good times with it, especially during the tournament of 2011-12.

    4. JosepHenry

      JosepHenry

      The SSMB hates the boost in general.

      But a few people and me think Generations is good.

    5. FriendBot
    6. Adamabba

      Adamabba

      It's good but idk feels kinda empty to me

    7. FReaK

      FReaK

      it was good for what it is. but now that mania is coming out...well...

    8. Chili Dawg

      Chili Dawg

      would be better if i could make my fan characters

    9. Ferno

      Ferno

      It's not a hearty breakfast but it's a decent pop tart before the rush to work/ school

    10. Milo

      Milo

      flawed and lacking in content, but i still enjoy it. i've also come back to it more frequently than unleashed and colors in comparison.

      wish the director of that game was doing forces, actually. we probably might had gotten something better in terms of design.

    11. The Tenth Doctor

      The Tenth Doctor

      I like it. That's all that matters to me really.

    12. Strickerx5

      Strickerx5

      The safe bet around these parts (at least right now) is that if the titles doesn't end with "Mania", it isn't "good".

    13. The Deleter

      The Deleter

      This is the oddest one out of all of them, imo

      It has a crazy hyped up reveal-to-launch period, had a crazy hyped release with plenty of people saying it's amazing and exactly what they wanted... And now it just... Doesn't?

      I mean getting complacent with the boost on here is pretty obvious, but other than that, it is the most solidly designed and expansive 3D Sonic game to date that plenty of people pretty much fell in love with. 

      I don't even like it all that much, (never did to be clear) and I find this one an odd one out...

    14. Indigo Rush

      Indigo Rush

      Good for the time, hindsight and Mania make it look bland.

    15. Nepenthe

      Nepenthe

      It's okay.

    16. E-van

      E-van

      Not my absolute favorite, but I defo find it the most fun of the games since Colors

    17. Kiah

      Kiah

      I enjoyed the hype and the contents of the Collectors Edition for Generations way more than I liked the game. It had so much potential and it was disappointing to see it blown off. Haven't touched Generations in 5 years now. 

    18. RosaRosaRosalina

      RosaRosaRosalina

      "like?" no

      "tolerate?" yeah sure

      (personally it's still one of my favs)

    19. SonicWind

      SonicWind

      I like it.

    20. FReaK

      FReaK

      Unleashed > Generations > Colors. these are the boost games for me.. I platinum'd all of them (except colors ofc), the classic sonic gameplay was just way too off..

  9. we used to loathe unleashed and love colors but now we love unleashed and loathe colors

    1. Osmium

      Osmium

      because everyone on SSMB is the same person right 

    2. Nepenthe

      Nepenthe

      As it should be.

    3. Wraith

      Wraith

      they mad because colors was the golden child but unleashed wasn't

    4. SenEDDtor Missile

      SenEDDtor Missile

      Me when it comes to Unleashed and Colors over the years:

      2010ish: Favorite Unleashed, but okay with Colors at first due to it getting good reception at the time.

      2011ish: Still prefer Unleashed, but Colors is beginning to annoy me once I realized what kind of precedent it was starting to set for the rest of the series. Generations didn't help.

      2012-16ish: Still like Unleashed, but Colors is now something I grew to hate due to the horrible problems it caused or exacerbated and people using it as a means to trash anything earlier, like Unleashed.

      2016-17ish - Still like Unleashed, but Colors hate kinda vanished overtime and just replaced with apathy.

    5. booblur98

      booblur98

      i love both

    6. Ferno

      Ferno

      it looks like the foot is on the other shoe now 

    7. Kiah

      Kiah

      I love both with Unleashed being my ultimate favorite and Colors being number two. Always have loved the two games and I always will :P 

  10. 593096f2d0a7e_goodgraphics.thumb.PNG.f0642acaca03583f217ac68cb0ae1377.PNG

    the adventure begins...

  11. dang everyone's 20 today

  12. anyone want to hear my ideas for a game i want to make?

    1. booblur98

      booblur98

      i'll make a thread for this.

  13. YO WHAT THE NEWEST SSMB MEMBER IS ONE OF MY SUBSCRIBERS

  14. tell me the worst joke you can come up with

    1. PC the Hedgehog

      PC the Hedgehog

      There once was a man named Yuri.

      Yuri had lived in Russia all of his life, in a small town near Moscow. The town had horrible weather conditions almost all of the time and very few people lived there. Everyone living in the town was struggling to survive in such poor conditions. Yuri had lived alone in a small house in this town. He worked every day at a factory that was close to this town. It was hard work, and Yuri was never very happy with his work, but he kept enduring the rough conditions to be able to have an income. Yuri's life had been like this for several years, and he had endured many hardships during these times.

      Every day, while Yuri was taking his walk to the factory before work began, he always passed by a large billboard on the side of the road. The billboard changed every month or so, usually showing an irrelevant advertisement for something that Yuri had little interest in. Today, however, Yuri noticed a new advertisement on the billboard. It read, "SWIMMING LESSONS" in large letters, accompanied by a picture of a large man swimming through the water. This ad had given Yuri something to be interested in. He had always had an intense passion for swimming, but it was always too difficult to practice in the frigid waters of the lake near his home. Yuri continued to read the ad before he finally came to the price: 5000 Rubles base fee.

      Yuri was sad, because this was much more than Yuri could afford to spend. However, he thought to himself, "If I could save up enough money from the factory work, then by the end of the month, I should have enough..." After this, he decided that day that he would work as hard as he could to make sure he had enough money by the end of the month. He even had to cut back his food supply by just a small amount to still have enough money. Finally, at the end of the month, Yuri finally had enough money to be able to go to the swimming pool not far from his home where the practices were being held.

      Every day after his hard work at the factory, he greatly enjoyed going back to the pool and practicing his swimming. He had started quickly and advanced rapidly. Everyone who frequented the pool to practice their swimming was impressed by Yuri's natural ability to be able to learn and adapt so quickly, becoming very popular with the people at the pool, his hometown, and even in Moscow. It was truly a passion of Yuri's.

      A few months had passed, and Yuri's amazing swimming abilities had been noticed by people in places all across Russia, considering a swimming prodigy. Yuri was always modest about his skills, but was humble nonetheless. However, he still had to continue his work at the factory, and live in the same small house he had lived in since he was born. For him, swimming was the one thing that saved him from the cruel and harsh life he lived.

      Later that month, on his way to the factory once again, he had noticed that the billboard he so often passed had changed once again. While it was difficult to read in the unrelenting snowstorm, he managed to make out the words "DIVING PRACTICES" in big letters. Diving was something that Yuri had also found to be interesting, but could never find the time nor place to practice properly. The pool he went to had no diving boards or excessively deep sections of the pool, so it was hard for Yuri to practice diving. However, this would give him another opportunity to pursue what he wanted to do. He looked down at the bottom of the billboard and saw something that, like the other ad, made his heart drop. The base fee was 7500 Rubles.

      Yuri knew that it would take another month or two of hard work at the factory to be able to achieve such a high sum of money. The factory was beginning to offer less and less money to Yuri, making life harder on him than it was before. He had to cut back his food money as well to accommodate for this. However, Yuri overcame the hardships in his life and save up just enough money by the end of two months.

      The practices were held at another pool not far from the one he already went to, so it was easy for him to practice both swimming and diving at once. He continued to master his swimming skills while also learning how to practice diving. Much like with swimming, however, he had picked up skills quickly, and it only took him another few months before he had mastered diving.

      Many people had heard of Yuri at this point. Several news stories across Russia were focused around Yuri, who was considered to be the best swimmer and diver in the whole country. He continued to remain incredibly modest through all of his interviews. "It is only something I am fond of, a hobby" Yuri would say. "I still have a life in the factory that I must attend to every day. It is a hard life, so swimming and diving are what I use to keep myself healthy." Despite his fame and popularity, Yuri did continue to work at the factory day in and day out, receiving little pay and little food for all of his hard work. Despite all of Yuri's hardships, he continued his daily routine of working, swimming, and diving.

      For yet another time, Yuri was on his way to the factory. The billboard had changed once again. Yuri anticipated something exciting on the billboard, and he was not disappointed at what he saw. "TRAVEL TO AMERICA TODAY!" read the ad. Yuri was very interested. He had always heard of America, and had heard nothing but positive things about it. The land of the free! It was a very exciting idea to Yuri. However, he knew that with ads like these, he knew they would come at a steep price. Unfortunately, he thought correctly. The boats that traveled to America were advertised as costing 60,000 Rubles.

      Yuri knew that that kind of sum would come from only another year or so of hard work at the factory. The factory work had become increasingly more difficult every single day, with little pay, food, and free time. However, he endured the next year the same way he endured the previous years: with swimming and diving. It truly was his passion, and Yuri was not sure on how he would have survived without them.

      Finally, the year had passed, and Yuri had finally saved up enough Rubles to be able to ride the boat to America. He climbed aboard the boat with all of his possessions with him, all managing to fit in one small suitcase. The boat was somewhat small in size, being able to house only around 20 or so people. The boat set sail across the cold waters of the ocean. About a day had passed when people had finally recognized Yuri, the famed Russian swimmer and diver. They were all very excited to meet Yuri, and had several questions to ask him about his swimming skills. "It is nothing much, just a passion of mine, that is all. It is something I use to endure the hardships and trials of my life..." Yuri would always respond to his fans.

      One day the boat had to make a stop at a small island to fill up the boat's gas supply, for they had much less than they had expected to have. It was a nice, sunny day outside, and the water was said to be very warm. One of the passengers asked Yuri to show off some of his diving techniques to his fans, since they had time to kill before the boat would depart again. "Hey, Yuri! While we wait, could you show us some of your diving skills? I would LOVE to see them!" Yuri was hesitant at first. Another passenger asked, "And maybe once you have done that, could you show us your swimming techniques? The water is warm, and it would make my day to see them!" Yuri replied, "Well... ok, if you all insist I do it."

      Yuri looked off the side of the boat. On the bottom of the boat, a balcony extended from the bottom. Yuri feared he might hit the balcony on his dive down, but everyone else assured Yuri that he wouldn't hit it in a million years. Yuri stepped up over the railing, onto the side of the boat. With the same skill that he had used so many times before, he demonstrated his graceful diving skills by performing his favorite dive he knew. His fans watched in amazement as his body twirled through the air beautifully, showing the same amount of skill he put into each of his other dives. As he dove down towards the war waters below, people watched and expected for Yuri to land smoothly in the water.

      Unfortunately, Yuri never landed in the water. He landed instead on the solid, hard deck of the boat's balcony below. The impact sounded painful, and all of the spectators winced on pain over his fall. Yuri remained motionless for several seconds, and his fans began to worry. Many people were about to call for medics when Yuri managed to get up slowly. "Are you alright Yuri? That fall looked hard! That must have broken some bones!" Yuri, however, had barely an injury. As he had gotten up, he simply regained his sense of direction. This had amazed several people, as that kind of a fall would have surely broken any other person's bones, if not killed them. Instead, Yuri simply stood up with barely a scratch, and waved back at the row of spectators.

      "It is OK, everybody" Yuri yelled back. "I have endured many hardships in my life."

    2. Klinsy

      Klinsy

      Fantastic Four (2015) Dir by Josh Trank

    3. PC the Hedgehog

      PC the Hedgehog

      There once was a man named Yuri.

      Yuri had lived in Russia all of his life, in a small town near Moscow. The town had horrible weather conditions almost all of the time and very few people lived there. Everyone living in the town was struggling to survive in such poor conditions. Yuri had lived alone in a small house in this town. He worked every day at a factory that was close to this town. It was hard work, and Yuri was never very happy with his work, but he kept enduring the rough conditions to be able to have an income. Yuri's life had been like this for several years, and he had endured many hardships during these times.

      Every day, while Yuri was taking his walk to the factory before work began, he always passed by a large billboard on the side of the road. The billboard changed every month or so, usually showing an irrelevant advertisement for something that Yuri had little interest in. Today, however, Yuri noticed a new advertisement on the billboard. It read, "SWIMMING LESSONS" in large letters, accompanied by a picture of a large man swimming through the water. This ad had given Yuri something to be interested in. He had always had an intense passion for swimming, but it was always too difficult to practice in the frigid waters of the lake near his home. Yuri continued to read the ad before he finally came to the price: 5000 Rubles base fee.

      Yuri was sad, because this was much more than Yuri could afford to spend. However, he thought to himself, "If I could save up enough money from the factory work, then by the end of the month, I should have enough..." After this, he decided that day that he would work as hard as he could to make sure he had enough money by the end of the month. He even had to cut back his food supply by just a small amount to still have enough money. Finally, at the end of the month, Yuri finally had enough money to be able to go to the swimming pool not far from his home where the practices were being held.

      Every day after his hard work at the factory, he greatly enjoyed going back to the pool and practicing his swimming. He had started quickly and advanced rapidly. Everyone who frequented the pool to practice their swimming was impressed by Yuri's natural ability to be able to learn and adapt so quickly, becoming very popular with the people at the pool, his hometown, and even in Moscow. It was truly a passion of Yuri's.

      A few months had passed, and Yuri's amazing swimming abilities had been noticed by people in places all across Russia, considering a swimming prodigy. Yuri was always modest about his skills, but was humble nonetheless. However, he still had to continue his work at the factory, and live in the same small house he had lived in since he was born. For him, swimming was the one thing that saved him from the cruel and harsh life he lived.

      Later that month, on his way to the factory once again, he had noticed that the billboard he so often passed had changed once again. While it was difficult to read in the unrelenting snowstorm, he managed to make out the words "DIVING PRACTICES" in big letters. Diving was something that Yuri had also found to be interesting, but could never find the time nor place to practice properly. The pool he went to had no diving boards or excessively deep sections of the pool, so it was hard for Yuri to practice diving. However, this would give him another opportunity to pursue what he wanted to do. He looked down at the bottom of the billboard and saw something that, like the other ad, made his heart drop. The base fee was 7500 Rubles.

      Yuri knew that it would take another month or two of hard work at the factory to be able to achieve such a high sum of money. The factory was beginning to offer less and less money to Yuri, making life harder on him than it was before. He had to cut back his food money as well to accommodate for this. However, Yuri overcame the hardships in his life and save up just enough money by the end of two months.

      The practices were held at another pool not far from the one he already went to, so it was easy for him to practice both swimming and diving at once. He continued to master his swimming skills while also learning how to practice diving. Much like with swimming, however, he had picked up skills quickly, and it only took him another few months before he had mastered diving.

      Many people had heard of Yuri at this point. Several news stories across Russia were focused around Yuri, who was considered to be the best swimmer and diver in the whole country. He continued to remain incredibly modest through all of his interviews. "It is only something I am fond of, a hobby" Yuri would say. "I still have a life in the factory that I must attend to every day. It is a hard life, so swimming and diving are what I use to keep myself healthy." Despite his fame and popularity, Yuri did continue to work at the factory day in and day out, receiving little pay and little food for all of his hard work. Despite all of Yuri's hardships, he continued his daily routine of working, swimming, and diving.

      For yet another time, Yuri was on his way to the factory. The billboard had changed once again. Yuri anticipated something exciting on the billboard, and he was not disappointed at what he saw. "TRAVEL TO AMERICA TODAY!" read the ad. Yuri was very interested. He had always heard of America, and had heard nothing but positive things about it. The land of the free! It was a very exciting idea to Yuri. However, he knew that with ads like these, he knew they would come at a steep price. Unfortunately, he thought correctly. The boats that traveled to America were advertised as costing 60,000 Rubles.

      Yuri knew that that kind of sum would come from only another year or so of hard work at the factory. The factory work had become increasingly more difficult every single day, with little pay, food, and free time. However, he endured the next year the same way he endured the previous years: with swimming and diving. It truly was his passion, and Yuri was not sure on how he would have survived without them.

      Finally, the year had passed, and Yuri had finally saved up enough Rubles to be able to ride the boat to America. He climbed aboard the boat with all of his possessions with him, all managing to fit in one small suitcase. The boat was somewhat small in size, being able to house only around 20 or so people. The boat set sail across the cold waters of the ocean. About a day had passed when people had finally recognized Yuri, the famed Russian swimmer and diver. They were all very excited to meet Yuri, and had several questions to ask him about his swimming skills. "It is nothing much, just a passion of mine, that is all. It is something I use to endure the hardships and trials of my life..." Yuri would always respond to his fans.

      One day the boat had to make a stop at a small island to fill up the boat's gas supply, for they had much less than they had expected to have. It was a nice, sunny day outside, and the water was said to be very warm. One of the passengers asked Yuri to show off some of his diving techniques to his fans, since they had time to kill before the boat would depart again. "Hey, Yuri! While we wait, could you show us some of your diving skills? I would LOVE to see them!" Yuri was hesitant at first. Another passenger asked, "And maybe once you have done that, could you show us your swimming techniques? The water is warm, and it would make my day to see them!" Yuri replied, "Well... ok, if you all insist I do it."

      Yuri looked off the side of the boat. On the bottom of the boat, a balcony extended from the bottom. Yuri feared he might hit the balcony on his dive down, but everyone else assured Yuri that he wouldn't hit it in a million years. Yuri stepped up over the railing, onto the side of the boat. With the same skill that he had used so many times before, he demonstrated his graceful diving skills by performing his favorite dive he knew. His fans watched in amazement as his body twirled through the air beautifully, showing the same amount of skill he put into each of his other dives. As he dove down towards the war waters below, people watched and expected for Yuri to land smoothly in the water.

      Unfortunately, Yuri never landed in the water. He landed instead on the solid, hard deck of the boat's balcony below. The impact sounded painful, and all of the spectators winced on pain over his fall. Yuri remained motionless for several seconds, and his fans began to worry. Many people were about to call for medics when Yuri managed to get up slowly. "Are you alright Yuri? That fall looked hard! That must have broken some bones!" Yuri, however, had barely an injury. As he had gotten up, he simply regained his sense of direction. This had amazed several people, as that kind of a fall would have surely broken any other person's bones, if not killed them. Instead, Yuri simply stood up with barely a scratch, and waved back at the row of spectators.

      "It is OK, everybody" Yuri yelled back. "I have endured many hardships in my life."

    4. booblur98

      booblur98

      all of that space... for THAT punchline.

    5. Ferno

      Ferno

      what did the dog say

       

       

    6. PC the Hedgehog

      PC the Hedgehog

      @blueblur98 Ask for a terrible joke, and ye shall receive. ;)

      @blueblur98 Ask for a terrible joke, and ye shall receive. ;)

    7. Bowbowis

      Bowbowis

      Donald Trump.

    8. Monkey Destruction Switch

      Monkey Destruction Switch

      What do you call a bird that makes movies? A film-ingo.

    9. PaulyBFromDa303

      PaulyBFromDa303

      What did the old pirate say on his birthday? 

      AYE MATEY! (I'm 80)

  15. *insert thing here*

  16. i want a PS4

    1. Failinhearts

      Failinhearts

      It's totally worth it.

    2. Polkadi~☆

      Polkadi~☆

      I have a PS4.

      I play PC more.

      :\

  17. considering importing gems collection, how hard is importing a game?

    1. Conando

      Conando

      Gamecube or PS2? It's easy for Gamecube, you just need action replay or freeloader to boot games from other regions. PS2 has to be soft or hard modded to run imported titles.

    2. booblur98

      booblur98

      PS2, but i already know that because i asked around earlier. how hard is it to actually get my hands on the game?

    3. Conando

      Conando

      European or Japanese? tougher than if you got it when they were still being manufactured, but I believe you can still find Japanese copies on ebay and similar marketplaces.

    4. booblur98

      booblur98

      EU, because i don't know japanese

    5. Conando

      Conando

      There's copies of it on Amazon, but they're not cheap. Most old games aren't, imports of them even less so. If you look for Gems PS2 it's the european version, since America only got the GCN version.

    6. booblur98

      booblur98

      yeah, i know. when i was younger, finding that out SEVERELY disappointed me. i wonder why there wasn't a US release on PS2?

      nope.thumb.PNG.b55b03d12074b246a24c314f63ac00b5.PNG

      amazon's definitely not the way to go, i ain't paying $130 for this game. TO EBAY!!!

  18. can't wait for sonic mania to get freaking lambasted by IGN for being "outdated" and "stuck in the past" and give it a 5 or lower

    1. Omario

      Omario

      4.8/10 Too much Sonic

    2. RosaRosaRosalina

      RosaRosaRosalina

      it'll happen

      everyone says it won't but trust me

      it will

    3. Polkadi~☆

      Polkadi~☆

      i can't for it

      it's gonna be lovely, i can see it now

      "10/10 - GOTY"

      "5/5 - Absolutely beautiful."

      "4/5 - Masterpiece of a game."

      "3.1/10 - lol it's shit"

      "REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE"

    4. Osmium

      Osmium

      "Mania brings up the flaws of the original games effortlessly and proves once again that Sonic was never good"

    5. Diogenes

      Diogenes

      can't wait to get mad at something that hasn't even happened yet

    6. Osmium

      Osmium

      I'm not even close to mad, I'm just amusing myself. 

  19. is there any way to play imported games on a slim PS2 without modding it?

    1. bmn

      bmn

      The PS2 stops itself, in firmware, from reading any disc that doesn't identify as a music CD, video DVD or a retail game from the console's region. So playing an import retail game by necessity involves some level of hardware modification.

      The swap disc method (e.g. Swap Magic) is relatively easy on a slim PS2. It requires that a set of sensors that trigger on opening the drive be blocked, which can be done with any objects small enough. Thus the system thinks the drive is closed when it's not. The swap disc boots on power up and triggers the drive to stop spinning, you replace the disc with the import and trigger the boot.

      Burned discs, including those of import games, can be read by a console if it has booted with a modded memory card containing the Free MCBoot and ESR softwares. The MC modding itself requires a modded system, however. Game images burned for this method need to be converted (using a special tool) into a format that identifies as a video DVD, in order to bypass the drive protection.

      Both methods allow games to be played from a hard drive or flash drive over USB, or over an ethernet network, using HDLoader or OpenPS2Loader. This is less stable and (over USB) slower than playing from a disc.

    2. booblur98

      booblur98

      thanks for the info! i've been collecting sonic PS2 games since i became a fan and gems collection was GC exclusive here.

  20. s-sun and moon medals...

    *rocks back and forth slowly*

    1. Crow the BOOLET

      Crow the BOOLET

      At first I thought this was about Pokemon Sun and Moon

      But then I was like "there's no medals..."

    2. Nina Cortex Jovahexeon

      Nina Cortex Jovahexeon

      @blueblur98

      *Cradles*

      "Shhh! Shhh! It's okay. This is a safe place".

  21. i switch i had a wish.

    ...wait...

    i swish i had a witch.

    god-

    i switch wish i had a witch

    *flips table*

    1. Polkadi~☆

      Polkadi~☆

      Wish Witch Switch

      ...sounds like a title of an anime or sumthin

    2. SenEDDtor Missile

      SenEDDtor Missile

      @Polkadi Probably a harem/gender bender one, where the hapless main protagonist wishes to switch his life, only to switch with a Witch who's also bored of her life, and the rest of the series is basically the male protagonist trying to get his body back while accidentally attracting the attention of other witches (in every sense of the word) while the original witch goes about hitting on every girl in the male protagonist's normal life since she's conveniently a lesbian.

      ...I've just given some Japanese guy an idea for a new piece of trash series haven't I?

    3. Polkadi~☆

      Polkadi~☆

      gotta make a waifu of the month in the show, too

  22. like wall jumps? like airships? like stupidly difficult levels? then my new super mario maker level, sky-high scamper, is for you! try it out and give me your thoughts! tell me how i can improve and maybe not make consistently hard levels!

    2152-0000-0333-B975

    1. MegasonicZX

      MegasonicZX

      Can't try it out now due to wii u's internet sucking big time right now but i'll tell you how it is later.

  23. i wish i could finish my album but NOOOOOOO my tablet just HAD to break

  24. i'm happy to be in the crash bandicoot fanbase, a fanbase that dosen't call a game awful because the color of the rocks isn't absolutely positively perfect... oh wait

    1. TheOcelot

      TheOcelot

      I think the N-Sane trilogy is looking good. Color of the rocks looks fine.

    2. Motwera

      Motwera

      at least I'm glad it isn't anything as insanely crazy as uh, that thread on Retro that I can't say exactly what it is

    3. booblur98

      booblur98

      LINK IT

      i CrAvE iNsAnItY

    4. DiamondX

      DiamondX

      What?

      People are complaining about rock colors?

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