The sun is out and bright while,
We are all eating popsicles.
Because maybe the world will end and,
That's the best way to it.
SCREAM through dreams that cut your voice off;
wide awake, will nothing soothe?
With a word I'd take this pain from you,
but I fall mute.
Title: Good luck, and some other things. Posted: July 28, 2007 (07:28 PM)
Just wanted to offer my wishes of good fortune to all the TT runners - glad to be competing and working alongside such rad internet people.
On another note; wow. I was taken aback by Ninja Gaiden: Black. I skipped out on the first iteration, so I'm not 100% clear on what all was changed/added - but the game rocked my shit with some killer bits.
I was as ready as ever to pass it off as Tecmo trying to cash in on building a Devil May Cry clone, which is what it looked like at a glance. An hour into the game, I was hooked.
And ten hours in I was all, 'Devil Who What?'.
And nearly fifteen hours in, when I sliced and diced the final foe, I was in heaven, man. Ninja Gaiden might be a Devil May Cry clone, but exceeds it in nearly every department. I applaud Team Ninja, and am shitting my shorts in antici. . . pation, for Ninja Gaiden 2.
The only thing that disappointed me about the game was my hope that it would mirror the three NES versions and use a stage based system, where each one was in its own, unique setting.
I think I might try my hand at reviewing this one; I know Zig beat me to it, but I think I might have the upper hand. I beat the bitch on normal - TAKE THAT!
User: jiggs Title: Posted: July 28, 2007 (11:27 PM)
i just beat Sigma a few minutes ago. this game is truly awesome!
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