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Posted: March 03, 2007 (08:31 PM)
Recent music:

Rolling Stones - Exile on Main Street
King Crimson - In the Court of the Crimson King
Beatles - Revolver
Yes - Close to the Edge

So basically, old stuff that's supposed to be good. Exile is pretty sloppy, I don't really know what I think of it yet. Crimson is good, except for Moonchild, which probably sounded a lot cooler in 1969 than it does now. I like Revolver at first, but it sort of falls apart after the first handful of songs. Close to the Edge is flawed but good.

New review on the way. Maybe.
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Type: Review
Game: Karateka (NES)
Posted: November 26, 2004 (07:22 AM)
To say that martial-arts films were a popular trend in the 80ís would be the understatement of a lifetime. Anything martial-arts instantly became a hit amongst the population. Seemingly, people just couldnít refuse the ignorant stereotyping of a respectable form of self-defense. And so this A-rate combat style gave inspiration to a barrage of B-rate movies, which in turn gave inspiration to a string of D-rate games. At the bottom of these contemptuous pile of crap, we have Karateka. ...
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