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Teoskaven

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    You chose to believe it even if it was a lie. No more, no less.
  • Birthday 09/09/1991

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    Italy
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    Mediolanum City

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  1. When are we doing our own version, SSMB?

    1. Dejimon11

      Dejimon11

      I don't know why I watched this

    2. Teoskaven

      Teoskaven

      The memes, Jack.

  2. Man, after replaying the first Beyond Good & Evil, i ended up loving it even more than when i played it the first time. The flaws are there, like clunky controls, a camera that fucks around a bit too much, the lenght being criminally short and fuck some of the minigames, but man are the setting, story and characters so good. Michel Ancel is clearly a person who puts so much passion in his projects, and it shows. The balance in darkness and cartoon comedy reminds me a lot of the first Crash Bandicoot or the Oddworld games, and i love that, it's a mix i always appreciate and seek in stories.
    I can't wait for BG&E2 also because of this, i hope it's gonna be out next year.
     

    Spoiler

    And i also want to know how Jade being up with the DomZ so young will tie up in the plot, wich i guess will lead to Pey'J rescuing her (with convenient amnesia) and taking her to Hillys in the orphanage, separating himself from the crew.

     

    1. Toa Axis

      Toa Axis

      One thing that never ceases to impress me is how large the game makes its world appear. If you really look at it content-wise, there isn't a whole lot of vast space you get to explore/traverse. However, the world building is so well done that it creates an illusion of a much more vast setting.

  3. The only thing that kinds bugs me out a bit is that the animation for getting the orbs seems to be similar to the one for getting the talismans instead of the orb bouncing towards you. It could be a placeholder though.
  4. Why does this fit so much?

  5. Teoskaven

    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (December 7th)

    Called it, having a re-release of the old amiibos is the best thing they could do, some of them are practically impossible to find without forking so many bucks online.
  6. First and foremost, port everything that hasn't been ported yet to modern systems and PC: Samba de Amigo, Chu-Chu Rocket, Phantasy Star Universe, Billy Hatcher, NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams and especially Burning Rangers. This would be a great move to show to modern generations that the team has made great and varied products outside from Sonic. Second, have a new title to one of the above mentioned IPs, so the team can still have some familiarity while experimenting with something new and at the same time getting some grease to gears that have rusted too much. And after that, create a new IP altogether. Doesn't need to be bombastic, just efficient and fun to play. Side note for Shun Nakamura only: port Rhythm Thief to the Switch and get to do the damn sequel everyone is waiting for. Seriously.
  7. Our next DLC character is... -sigh- ...Rinoa from Final Fantasy VIII. Not gonna lie, i don't like her in the slightest. This also continues confirming the leak of some months ago, meaning the next in line are a FFXI character, Yuna and Snow. In its entirety, not a really exciting season 1 to be honest.
  8. Alright, Ride to Hell: Retribution so far is... fascinating in a sense that it's so bad you can't look away from it.
    I don't know if it's like that for the 360 and PC versions, but the PS3 version has texture pop-up all the time, sometimes you almost see the skeleton of human models for a good minute before they get rendered properly.
    Surprisingly i had no real problems with the bike controls so far, the real pain are the shooting sections.
    And the story... well... you know how bad it is.

  9. Mods are not around, post hedgehogs:

     

    1. PaulyBFromDa303

      PaulyBFromDa303

      tfw you dislike how a Sonic game turns out

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    2. Bergamo (Ogilvie)

      Bergamo (Ogilvie)

      basically what goes through my head every time I stumble upon a "mods are asleep" post

  10. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/steve-ditko-dead-spider-man-creator-was-90-1125489 He was a prominent figure at Marvel Comics back in the day and helped creating with Stan Lee and Jack Kirby a multitude of characters like Spider-Man, Doctor Strange or Squirrel Girl. In the last couple of decades he had a fallout with Marvel and decided to go solo and stop talking about them, he barely did interviews and all. But i can't imagine him being that happy considering what Marvel is currently undergoing comicwise. Still, at least he lived a long life. F.
  11. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and particularly the ending gave me a sudden realization, but i'll need to put it in spoiler for those who still have not see the most recent movie:

     

    Spoiler

    Guys.
    Wat if,
    WHAT IF,
    they're setting up this entire series to be a stealth prequel to the Flintstones?

    I mean, think about this: Universal has the movie rights for both franchises, now we're setting up a world where dinosaurs and men will have to coexist somehow, and it's clear they're forshadowing a Planet of the Apes scenario where slowly, the dinosaurs will take over. Have the next JW movie about mankind losing technology and being forced to start from scratch once more, as dinosaurs multiply but not everyone become hostile, as Blue shown, reaching a point where dinosaurs and men can live under the same roof.

    This retroactively would explain a shitton of things about the Flintstones as well:
    *why they celebrate Christmas despite everything
    *why they have stone-made technology
    *why they're so knowledgeable despite humanity having its numbers significantly low
    *why even carnivors are willing to cooperate with the humans and be their tools
    *why there's so much emphasis on building and reconstructing

    It's genius, pure diabolical genious. At worst this is the best headcanon ever.

     

  12. Teoskaven

    Soul Calibur VI (Does your soul still burn)

    https://gematsu.com/2018/07/soulcalibur-vi-adds-talim The next returning veteran is Talim. Never particularly cared about her, but i know she's a fan favourite.
  13.  

    Accurate.

  14. Finished Doom 2016: such a fun game in its simplicity and gameplay style.
    I seriously cannot wait for Eternal.

    1. Sean

      Sean

      It's so good

    2. Teoskaven

      Teoskaven

      The way the Doom Marine so does not give a shit about Samuel Hayden's ">muh energy" speeches is so satisfying. He just wants to punch demons in the face like the player, so while there's a story, he doesn't care being in the spotlight of it. But this doesn't mean he's devoid of humanity, as when he's in Samuel's office he actually listens to the guy instead of destroying him, plus the backup he does to VEGA later on. Again, simplicity that's just effective.
      Amazing how after all these years, id Software manages to get right its properties while updating them.

    3. Sean

      Sean

      I'm really glad they scrapped the original Doom 4 in favor of this game. It sounded really bad, and Doom 3 is the last game they should ever follow up on for this particular series.

  15. These Steam summer sales have been relatively quiet for me, mostly because of my huge backlog i have in my library. I got the two episodes of Space Pilgrim i was missing and Please, Don't Touch Anything.
    However, the best thing i got from this was Forgotton Anne, i had my eyes on it for a while and i can't wait to try it out.

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