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Vertical Snoop [D.K.]

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About Vertical Snoop [D.K.]

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  • Birthday 12/01/2001

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    Eating bananas, beating up Kremlings, avoiding Cranky Kong's verbal abuse
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    Kongo Bongo Island

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  1. Vertical Snoop [D.K.]

    Team Sonic Racing - Upcoming Sonic Racing Game

    Mario Kart is just as guilty of this (Mount Wario comes to mind), but I get your point.
  2. Vertical Snoop [D.K.]

    Christian Whitehead founds Game Development Studio 'Evening Star'

    Whether their next endeavor is Mania-related or not, I wish them luck in whatever they do next.
  3. Breath of the Wild's been sitting on my Switch since Christmas, but I've yet to touch it (mostly due to being busy with Smash).

    Is it alright to play this game when my only prior experience with 3D Zelda is the opening hours of Ocarina (which I didn't really like) and Wind Waker (which I liked a lot but couldn't find the time for)?

    1. ThePrinceOfSaiyans


      Yeah, go for it.

    2. JezMM


      Absolutely, it's pretty different from the games that came before it.  The most significant thing that someone will get out of BotW having played the previous 3D Zelda games is how much it subverts the expectations they gave about what a 3D Zelda game is.  If someone hasn't played much 3D Zelda, then you're just going in fresh without expectations (other than, at this point, how praised the game is lol).

    3. DarkRula


      I had very little gameplay experience of Zelda and loved Breath of the Wild due to how different it was from other games in the series, though it still pays attention to the lore of the world which I felt I got to fully experience.

    4. Maxtiis


      Given how fundamentally different Breath of the Wild is from previous Zelda games, you can go into it with practically no Zelda experience and still enjoy it. It's probably one of the best ways to get your feet wet with the series to be honest.

  4. So I'm just researching fish for OC-lore-related purposes and like



  5. you ever notice how whenever someone cries in cartoons it looks more like blue slime than tears

  6. Hi, I haven't been as active here as I'd like.

    Just went ice-skating earlier today to see off the new year. Never tried it before, but it was pretty fun. aDid the splits for the first time in years (unvoluntarily).

    1. Forte-Metallix


      Hope you didn't break your coconut!

    2. Vertical Snoop [D.K.]

      Vertical Snoop [D.K.]

      nah, just my paper mache lilypad

  7. Don't know if it's still Christmas for some timezones but if it is, then Merry Christmas! Hope you all had/have a great time.

  8. Vertical Snoop [D.K.]

    How much damage did Forces do?

    Why do you and your friends keep making all these low-key hot takes in the form of questions? You know exactly what the answer is and how people are going to respond to it, so what's the point? Are you just that desperate to find validation for your opinions?
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    everyone out there playing smash vs me waiting for the gamecube controller bundle to arrive next week

  10. I've only listened to about 3 or 4 of the leaked Ultimate remixes (all of which being tracks they've already shown) but I feel like I've already listened to half of the new soundtrack.

  11. Image result for bluster kong cake

    Make a wish!

    1. Vertical Snoop [D.K.]

      Vertical Snoop [D.K.]

      Ugh, rejected! Watching my figuuuuuuuuuure.

    2. Forte-Metallix


      Don't bother; I'm watching it for you~




  12. Hi, it's my birthday today.

    1. TheOcelot


      Happy birthday.


    2. NikoS


      Merry birthday!!

    3. Sonic Fan J

      Sonic Fan J

      Well a very happy birthday to you 🎂
      I hope it's a great one ^_^

    4. Adamabba


      Happy birthday

  13. So the other day I decided "screw it", and started playing Ocarina of Time. I'm only a few hours in (currently at Zora's Domain) so I can't make a solid opinion yet but, like... Is this really "best game of all time" material?

    When you're just traversing through the dungeons, fighting bad guys and taking full advantage of your weapons to find secrets and puzzles, it's an absolute blast - but these moments are few and far between, strung together by monotonous backtracking, vague puzzles and rolling through Hyrule Field hoping to god you're going the right way. You're really testing my patience here, OOT.

    Again this is all just first impressions, but please, please tell me this game gets better.

    1. Sean


      It's an ok game but there are better Zelda (and Zelda-like) games

    2. Diogenes


      it's really not that great

      like, it's an important part of zelda/gaming history and all, and for some people it came at just the right time that it left a permanent impression on them, but other than that...it ain't great.

    3. SenEDDtor Missile

      SenEDDtor Missile

      It’s better if you treat it like “best game on N64 of 1997”, because the hype and praise lavished on this game vastly outweighs how well it aged.

    4. Mr Loopone

      Mr Loopone

      It's more to do what it did compared to most games back then especially with its targetting system, the problems you found was actually more to do with my experience. There is a lot of backtracking in the game and while I didn't get that far... people have complained about the Water Temple where you have to micromanage throughout the dungeon (unless you have the 3DS version).

      Even I found this a bit overrated back in the day, despite not being as technically good preferred Mystical Ninja starring Goemon.

  14. So anyway, moving on from that... Hillenburg.

    I never got to watch much of Spongebob on TV (and when I did, it was always season 6 and onwards which I'm not as familiar with), but I did have a massive treasure-trove of DVD's that I watched religiously. I like to think Spongebob, along with The Simpsons, was the biggest influence on my style of humour both in childhood and in adolescence, so while I may not have been too familiar with Hillenburg himself, I owe a lot to him.

    Best of wishes to all his family and friends.


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