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I like games, women, tits, vagina, porn, and tits. Oh, I forgot to say I like tits. So, if you're going to be a cuntloaf about nudity on Tumblr, then you're blogging on the wrong site. Nice to meet you. Now, take off your clothes and cough.
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So, I just finished watching the first episode of this anime called “Manyuu Hikenchou”.
I have to say I was in a “WTF” moment during it. I don’t want to spoil it for anyone who haven’t seen it even tho it’s complete but… It’s almost like a mix of Seikon no Qwaser and Xena with feudal ninjas.
I have to say that I haven’t beaten the game but, I guess I can still post a thought about it anyways.
Let me start off by saying this quick gamer logic epiphany I had some days ago. How is this Sonic 4 when it’s really Sonic 5? Are people overlooking Sonic & Knuckles? I mean, it did come after Sonic 3 continuing off the storyline, if you want to call it that. But, I guess because they don’t officially label it as the 4th, it’s not the 4th. Meh.
If you want a good 8 dollar nap with 2 possible scare jumps, go see Paranormal Activity 2.
So far it’s the bonus stage.
I feel like this and my opinion(s) may differ from yours but this is what I think after playing it just now. It’s an ok campaign. I loved playing with the old L4D characters but it was a bit short. Then again, I guess you really don’t need like 4-5 maps to tell the story that left off in the L4D2 “The Passing” DLC. I feel it’s best played on L4D2 more than L4D because you get the new Special Infected. Some of the achievements are something you more likely have to plan out to get or have your friends help in a private VS. game. I haven’t played the “TAAANNNKK!” mutation but from what I saw from some of the broadcasters I watch on Justin.tv… It’s a real bitch. Unless you’re a pub then you may have a chance to survive to the safe room. One drawback I wish Valve did was allow you to play the L4D2 characters in the No Mercy campaign but I guess the community made map will have to do for me. Again, I’m not saying it’s a bad DLC. It’s ok for me.
Feel free to post your thoughts on it, PC/360 users.
I finished watching the final Seikon no Qwaser (episode 24) and the ending threw me in for a loop. I have to say that, overall, this was a good series. I mean, yeah there were cartoon tits but the action really sold it for me. But, back to the ending of the last episode. The closer (in animes the closers are where the credits are shown with a musical montage, duh) was just about every instance of tits and panty shots from all the episodes. But the ending (which I won’t spoil) was a twist. Like an M. Night Shyamalan kind of twist. Maybe they could do a 2nd season because I’m sure I would like to know what is going on in that ending.
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Sometime during the last few weeks a new app has been released for the Mac called Thoughts. I learned about this app in development on Flickr. It’s basically an app that you’d use to take notes with. Now, I don’t go into a lot of detail of the app, thus it being a quick review, but MacSlice’s Kevindid a video that tells you, for the demo, you are allowed only 3 books and 3 pages per book. He also notes that it’s $34.52 US (24 Euros). It’s almost similar to Word in a way. You can add photos, export the pages, change font type, size colors and add tables.
Today, I spent my money on my usual daily shenanigans. But, today was more of a special day if you’re a Steam member. The slightly awaited Left 4 Dead 2 demo came out. If you never played the first Left 4 Dead the storyline is four survivors trying to escape a zombie apocalypse which just about sounds like any other zombie game to most gamers. I still like playing it.
My impression of L4D2 is that it’s good in my view. The graphics look better than the first L4D. They added a few game plays and new weapons. In the demo, you get to play a two-stage campaign called The Parish. You get the typical zombie with the “special infected” plus some new special infected added.
It’s very jam packed with action just about every step you take in the game. Even when they difficulty was on Normal, it felt like it was on Expert. The demo is only $49.99 but you can save 10% off and pay $44.99. It’s well worth the price.