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Serperior

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    Classier than you
  • Birthday 07/02/1994

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  1. Happy birthday Serp

  2. Happy birthday, boss!

  3. Happy Birthday Serp, hope it went well

  4. Happy birthday!

  5. Happy birthday!

  6. Happy Vaginal Exit Day!

  7. Happy Birthday there ol' chap!

  8. happy birthdat serpi

  9. Happy birthday maaaan

  10. BONUS DAY - Why Do You Play Games? Like nearly everyone else has said, they're fun. Fun things are good. They give you a chance to meet great characters and amazing settings that you wouldn't otherwise get to see in real life. Ever wanted to see what it'd be like to be a blue collar worker who has to beat up reptiles and mushrooms to save a member of royalty? Or have you ever thought about what it'd be like to see a bunch of animals pilot a space ship to go and shoot up a giant monkey head? What about a cyborg ninja out for revengeance against a war crime organisation lead by a senator made of nanomachines? Chances are you haven't ever thought of these things but there are games with all sorts of strange and fun scenarios like this. They give you worlds where your only worries are things as simple as the RNG co-operating or hoping you made a right guess. But what I think a large part of why I prefer it to other forms of media is the interactivity and the possibilities that brings. It allows countless different amounts of different types of games to appear, both as far as genres go and within each genre. You can take a countless number of approaches to the gameplay, and your experience with the game could be completely different to someone else's because of how you approached it. The developers can also throw in all kinds of different things into the gameplay that can make a particular game worth sinking loads of time into, that can make a single player experience or a competetive game truly stand out. They've become a big part of my life for all of these reasons and probably more that I can't think of right now, and that won't change for what I hope to be a very long time.
  11. Day 30 - Favorite Ending For whatever reason I'm completely drawing a blank on what else to pick. Probably because I'm just really tired at the time of writing, but I'm going to have to use the same answer as last year again, because the ending obviously stuck with me if it's the only one that's coming to me. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3e9z2Yd83II (The audio seems to be messed up at parts in this, but it's the only video I could find, sorry.) I already talked about the first half of this ending on the favourite moments day, but the latter half is still more than worth talking about. It really makes you feel like you've tied up all of the loose ends in the land. You restored all stretches of the land, helping a large number of people overcome their plights to get them on the right path, restored the population's faith in the gods and in turn revived Amaterasu's true potential, and put an end to the darkness' influence on the mortal world once and for all. You managed to overcome all of the odds against you, and now it's over. Your long journey has finally come to an end, and it couldn't make you feel better about it. But then, even during the ending, you find out that the tale isn't over! Okami did yet another ending fake out! The Celestial Plain, the home of the gods is still in shambles, and you need to head up there and restore it! There's a promise of even bigger and better things, and it truly sets up the spectacle that will be Okami's sequel perfectly. Right? Riiiiight? What. NO.
  12. Day 29 - Favourite Overall Cast Once again, don't really have a unique answer, but Ace Attorney's cast is truly a great one and worth talking about regardless. Despite the subject matter, Ace Attorney's cast manages to be a really fun one that leads to many great interactions. A large number of characters in the cast all have their own quirks and mannerisms that make each one of the characters you come across except Moe because Moe is garbage interesting and amusing to interact with. The recurring cast are all fleshed out really well, with well written backgrounds, memorable personalities and characterisations, and believable development. These games wouldn't be as good as they are if it weren't for the amazing cast and their interactions, and they make playing each entry of the series worthwhile.
  13. I finally manage to hatch a shiny Pokémon but it came so early in the breeding process that it's IVs suck and it got the wrong ability. Thanks Obama.

  14. Day 28 - Most Anticipated Game I'm going to have to list quite a few games, because there are a bunch that I'm really looking forward to. It's the new Smash Bros., what is there to not be excited about? I'm really looking forward to this because of how much more effort seems to have gone into this one than previous entries. The actual attention to character balance as opposed to just changing things about characters and hoping for the best will be really interesting to see if they can pull it off well, and I like how they're trying to throw a bone to the competetive crowd with this one, even if they'll just end up sticking with Melee anyway. I'm also really looking forward to seeing how the newcomers play, even if I don't plan on using most of them, because of how unique some of them appear to be, whether it's Mega Man's mostly projectile based moveset, Little Mac's ground only based gameplay or Rosalina's Luma set ups. It looks to be a fine addition to the Smash Bros. series, and I can't wait to play it. As I said earlier on in this topic, Bayonetta was the absolute perfection of it's genre, and it's getting a sequel where it'll get the chance to improve even further. I'm really happy that this game is coming to be, since it's not often that a game made by Platinum ever gets to see more than one game made per IP, and thanks to Nintendo, Bayonetta gets another chance to shine. From what has been shown of it, it looks just as good as ever, and I can't wait to see what improvements Platinum has made to the combat system, and I have complete faith in them that this will be a worthy sequel to the first game, even if Kamiya isn't working on it. With gen 3 being my most nostalgic Pokémon generation and game in general, I am really hyped to see that it's finally getting remade, and it honestly couldn't have come at a better time. Now that the Pokémon games have finally made the jump to 3D in the main line games, I'm really looking forward to seeing what they do and don't change in the region now that they have to take the old region's design and put it in full 3D. It's really exciting to think about what they're going to do, and see how they integrate all of the changes that the series has gone through since the original games. Having all of X/Y's features with things like Emerald's Battle Frontier in one game could easily make it a contender for the best Pokémon game yet.
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