It’s that time again. Time for me to talk about a Suda game. Suda games are usually a hit or a miss between audiences. They can become cult classics like No madami bayani and Killer7, or they can be completely forgotten like Diabolical Pitch. His games are only really considered sa pamamagitan ng people who enjoy his style of storytelling and over-the-top gameplay. So it’s no surprise that I enjoy a good portion of his games. And one that I will be talking about today is the overly colorful and bubbly zombie hack n’ slash game, Lollipop Chainsaw
That night, I put my plan into action. I went to the blindspot, and went through the fence. No one noticed that I left until tomorrow morning.
Meanwhile, in the tunnels.
Pablo: *digging, but feels dirt falling on him, then looks up* Oh thank god. The roof isn't going to collapse. *Continues digging* Volk: *Gets bag of dirt full, and gives it to Sigmund* Sigmund: *Passes bag to Airborne* Airborne: *Passes bag to bahaghari Dash*
Sean: *Backing into a station with a passenger train* Jesse: Perfect timing. Sean: Why? Jesse: Listen to the music and you'll find out why. Sean: We're not in New York City. Liam: But that's where Bartholomew lives in his spin off. For the 2nd half of our show, we have back to back episodes. Have fun.
My name is Bartholomew Perfect The 55th. I was born in London, 1902. I lived there for nearly my entire life, but in 1951, I moved to...
Percy: *Building a snowman with Kevin* S.B: *Throws a snowball at Gordon* Gordon: Hey! S.B: Come on, it's a snowball fight. Orion: *Crashes a model train into a hotel* Liam: Hey, if you want to have fun crashing stuff, play Train Simulator. Orion: Alright. Liam: Liam here from The Nut House. Welcome to Sean's Spectacular Saturday of Stories. I have created tonight's schedule for you.
Hey, everyone, welcome to an episode of Content Cuck. So, after having been on this website for four years, I can safely say that, I have matured. A lot. Mentally, anyway. There was a time where I couldn’t handle a small opinion without have a fucking hissy fit like a baby suffering from the most violent case of autism you’ve ever seen. There were times when I couldn’t even do criticism right. Hell, I think I may have ruined the word “criticism” for a few people who knew me on this website. So, for the fourth anniversary of my arrival on this website, I’m not gonna celebrate with a...
Some time ago, I reviewed the four episode anime series, Corpse Party: Tortured Souls. It was a pretty neat ipakita that I think works as a horror series, but sinabi that it wasn’t for everyone. Before I watched that anime, I had not played any of the Corpse Party games. But, I can now say that it has changed. And I managed to get the 3DS version for the low, low price of only almost sixty bucks. What the hell?! Well, let’s get into the review of Corpse Party for 3DS.
Intros are something that is apparent in many things. Be it shows, movies, and of course, video games. Though they may seem not as important, these can easily turn someone away or leave a pretty dull experience if done poorly. Some games have pretty bland intros, while some don't have any at all. Just a few company logos and then the game starts. But then there are the games that do take you to the intros that stick with you for a long time and just make you want to come back to them, view them every time you turn the game back on. And it's those intros that I want to talk about today. The...
You gotta spend money to make money, sinabi some billionaire company owner as he warmed up his house sa pamamagitan ng throwing dollar bills into his fireplace. And no better way to spend your money on a game than to pay your employees, if we were talking about saints. So the susunod best thing is to mag-anunsiyo your games. Sometimes, these can be as little as a commercial or a Youtube ad, but there are times where they go even further beyond and set up a big event to get people excited. And then there are times where the companies fail at doing that and create madami problems for themselves than anyone could...
Hey, does anyone remember when Fanpop used to post work from the fans on their main page instead of a bunch of walang tiyak na layunin movie trailers for stuff nobody asked for? Yeah, me neither. Silly me!
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