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Failinhearts last won the day on April 12

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About Failinhearts

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    Smile at despair in the name of hope!
  • Birthday 05/11/1999

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    Jesus, Sonic The Hedgehog, Skylanders, Danganronpa, Transformers, LEGO, Disney, Marvel, Star Wars, Doctor Who, Persona, Hyperdimension Neptunia, Nintendo, PlayStation, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Movies, Music, Toys, Animation, probably a lot more that I can't think off the top of my head right now.
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    Hope's Peak Academy

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  1. The Persona 4 and 5 crossover you truly wanted.

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    Dark Neps.

  3. Did you see this @Failinhearts:



    1. Failinhearts


      Yeah, I did.

    2. tailsBOOM!


      You like it? My favorite two were:



    3. Failinhearts


      It's a Death Battle, that's for sure. I was kinda indifferent on this one.

    4. tailsBOOM!


      I have my least favorites, too:

      Stupid- Poor Pikachu never stood a chance.

      WTF were they thinking?!?



    5. Failinhearts



  4. Morning!

  5. Night, buddies!

    1. Polkadi


      nighty night!

    2. NikoS


      Good Night!!

    3. MightyRay


      G'night Failin!

    4. Gresh11990


      Night night 

    5. Kiah


      Hope you slept well!

    6. tailsBOOM!
  6. I just wanna talk about two moments of the Tomb Raider movie that I think are probably some of my favorite moments in cinema ever.

    Like, I'm not joking.


    There are two scenes that I can't help but love. A great example of show and tell.

    After that plane escape scene, without a single word of dialogue, we see Lara struggle with the sharp piece of metal impaled in her. We see every agonizing second of its removal before she walks out to see the island shores once more.

    Lara Croft, a girl who lived her life on the edge, pushing herself to her limits is shown in those moments of pain and loneliness that she's truly in danger... and she's terrified more than she's ever have been.

    And soon after that, we have another beautifully shot scene of Lara drowning this enemy in an act of self-defense. Like the scene before, it takes time to show the death, almost uncomfortably as we see his life slowly drain. Lara then just lies down afterwards, looking at the man.

    The very first life she's taken. She doesn't resort to the cliche of talking to herself of what has she done, or even the trope of looking at her hands in agony and guilt. No, it feels natural. She's dumbfounded, scared, confused and unsure what to think of this. She could barely register it.

    And we can all make it out despite it being in the dark. It's mostly body movement.

    This is fucking brilliant.

    I never played the games, so I'm just viewing this as a moviegoer. It's purely amazing.


  7. Eh, let's give this a go. The four games that define me.


    Arguably the first real video game that I recall playing, Yoshi's Island was my first exposure to the Mario universe and to the wonderful world of gaming.


    Blinx: The Time Sweeper. After replaying it just yesterday, I discovered how much it shaped my specific interests, and especially my writing. This game is the reason why I have a fascination with writing things like interdimensional militaries and the concepts of time and space.


    Sonic Heroes.

    My first Sonic game.

    Pretty much almost every interest I have is influenced, enhanced or introduced via Sonic.

    So Heroes shaped me in a way. No shit I'm putting this here.


    Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc is arguably the game that really kicked my writing up a notch. The witty characters, great balance of tones and dynamic arcs really showed me how to create compelling characters. Plus, this is the game that saved me from a very long period of depression. It deserves to be here.

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    A literal cannon ship.

    1. Failinhearts


      This was not a typo.

    2. Crow the BOOLET

      Crow the BOOLET


      A literal cannon ship


      Git it? Cause they're ship girls? Hahahaha...

      Kancolle was a mistake


    3. JosepHenry


      You should put their faces on a pirate ship with cannons instead

  9. Man, the more I replay Blinx The Time Sweeper, the more I realize how much of this game inspired some of the quirks in my own writing and the worlds I create.

    1. Failinhearts


      aaaand apparently naoto oshima designed blinx

      ...it's all coming full circle

    2. Jovahexeon Omega-Sapphire

      Jovahexeon Omega-Sapphire

      Heh, yeah. Shame Blinx ended up getting the Alex Kidd treatment. 

    3. Failinhearts


      Something I get sadder about every passing day.

      Poor guy had so much potential.

    4. Polkadi


      Well, you know what to do.

      Beg to Microsoft for a Blinx 3.

    5. Failinhearts


      you think i haven't been trying

      I'll buy an Xbox One X for a Blinx 3.

    6. MegasonicZX


      Careful what you wish for with that, don't need another conker situation lest we get something like this again

      Image result for young conker

    7. Polkadi


      ...Blinx 3 with Naoto Ohshima returning as director.

    8. tailsBOOM!


      Ironic IGN Review of the original"

      "And he is more than a potential mascot for Xbox (though somehow I think Master Chief will remain synonymous with the 'box more than Blinx ever will), he is the future of Xbox games."

  10. Playing Blinx on my dad's Xbox.

    Man, I miss this series.

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    "I mean... I guess you could say that's how it happened."


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