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Yes indeed folks, it's just about that time of year again, when we can all sit down and and enjoy hour after hour of corporate press conferences. Boy, do I make it sound fun! Despite how interminably boring that sounds though, anybody who is familiar with the annual ritual we know as the Electronic Entertainment Expo, or 'E3,' will only see that as being a good thing. Every year, these great big corporations try to wow the world with their wares, and every year they all find a way to do or say something we find hilarious, amazing, baffling and/or bizarre, and some of them find a way to screw up even worse. Some of these things end up becoming immortalized in the form of animated gifs and videos, which then spread like wildfire across the gaming forums of the net. We've already enjoyed two bonus rounds of excellent giffage and videos, thanks to this being the launch year of no less than two new consoles, but we're not done yet. In just a couple of days, Konami is going to kick off the proceedings a few days ahead of the competition with the first of the big press conferences, to be streamed online in multiple languages. That's right everybody, it's almost time to welcome back for just a few short days the one, the only, the always spectacular...
addictive (uh-dik-tiv) adjective 1. producing or tending to cause addiction: an addictive drug. 2. more than normally susceptible to addiction: an addictive personality. 3. Harvest Moon Harvest Moon is a bit of an enigma. It's a game franchise centered around one of the most boring chores in existence: farming. Yet despite the boring premise, it's been around for over fifteen years and has garnered one hell of a cult following. But why? How does a series about farming end up so successful? Well, like you no doubt already gathered, it's addictive. While the farming itself can be compelling enough, the gameplay here is actually quite deep. Fishing, mining, befriending townsfolk, attending yearly festivals, cooking, minor stat-building, collecting various things and, perhaps most importantly, wooing a potential wife/husband and having kids. And each and every single one of these are more developed then you would initially think. If you haven't played it, imagine a mixture between Animal Crossing and The Sims then add farming. It's just fun and satisfying to raise a miniature farming-empire out of nothing and getting to know the characters. Alright, so for those of you who have played this franchise, which game is your favorite? Which game did you start with? Say anything that comes to mind. I'm actually relatively new to the franchise. I've always known about it, and whenever I saw Harvest Moon covered in Nintendo Power as a kid I'd always read the article. But I didn't actually try it until early 2008, when the original SNES game was re-released on Wii's Virtual Console. Figuring I had waited long enough, I started playing it with only a vague idea of what to expect. After about two and a half days of doing almost nothing else, I cried manly tears as the credits rolled. How could it already be over? So then I started checking out the rest of the franchise, loving pretty much every minute of it. My absolute favorite is Friends of Mineral Town on GBA. It takes absolutely everything that worked in previous games and combines it all into one glorious, portable cartridge. I also have to acknowledge Rune Factory Frontier on the Wii. (Rune Factory is Harvest Moon set in a traditional JRPG setting, basically) The only thing really holding that one back is the annoying ass Runey system, other then that it's the best game in years. Unfortunately, I haven't really been liking newer games in the series, at least on the handhelds. The Wii games are alright, but the DS games have been really lacking as of late. They tend to either be too shallow or too convoluted for their own good. I've been hearing slightly better things about The Tale of Two Towns, but I still can't get ultra excited. Though the upcoming (currently Japan-only) 3DS game has the most potential I've seen in years. (Pretty much everything can be fully customized!) P.S. Sorry, I don't know what the heck is up with the font at the top of the page.
"That's the good thing about us brother, we're already fucked up so we have nothing to worry about" ~"David Keaton" Quote from GTO:TTSOJTK. Trailer for Go To Sleep http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxYxgkU_mOI 2nd Trailer for Go To Sleep http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1IqWaIRQlp4 Holy Crap! A Jeff the Killer fan movie! Made by Patrick Ferguson and Jack Helliquin of all people! XD! I am super excited! What is this? Well, sometime ago Patrick Ferguson (AKA MrBettyKruger) and Jack Helliquin came together to make an animated movie of Jeff the Killer, and it loots awesome! Some stills and animations have been leaked and I have to say, I'm impressed. I always thought Jeff the Killer was the Internets fist slasher villain, but he was always done wrong in the hands of such people like MrCreepypasta, who has had his hands on the story for just over 2 years. But I think this will be a lot better. Why? Well, lets look at the reasons why. 1. MrCreepypasta's stories where always so cliche and trite. Now don't get me wrong, MrCreepypasta has been a huge inspiration to be on how I should run my Radio Drama, but I don't think he is a great writer. I've read some of Patrick Ferguson Works, and I am impressed with his attention to detail with his stories. I think he is the most qualified to take the reins of this great story. 2. Jack Helliquin is an amazing Gridmark artist. Jack Helliquin has made some amazing things in the past that are just screaming Horror Movie. Here's a link to his Deviant Art page http://jackimn2008.deviantart.com . I think its time Jeff got into the visual medium, and I want no one but Jack Helliquin to do the work. And finally number 3 3.Fucking Finally. I mean, we've had Creepypastas of Jeff and Radio Dramas of Jeff. Hell, even full on manga's and Comicbooks of Jeff. But never a movie. I think it's fucking time we got some actual work put into a movie. I think this is a nice change of pace. That's what I think, what do you think? Are you excited for the JTK movie? What are some things that you hope for? What do you think about JTK in general? Do you like MrCreepypastas JTK dramas? I genuinely want to know