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been a while. way of the samurai 3 review is submitted.
I want to review another game, but I'm pretty much at a loss as to which one. If anyone would like to see a particular game reviewed in my Game's list, I'm open to suggestions.
Nozomi: Ryo... I...
Ryo: Holy shit, a vacant lot!!
Holy shit! Is this not the most pretentious show on TV now? Why are they trying so hard? The bitter intellectual attitude is way too affected.
Not to mention the sarcasm is so thick, I can't even tell whether or not they like what they're reviewing. Does anyone remember that Lullapalooza episode of the Simpsons? The one where they pan to an audience member and he says: "Well, I guess that's cool" in a really sarcastic way, and the guy next to him asks: "Are you being sarcastic?", and he says "I don't even know anymore." That's how bad (e)X(tended)-Play has gotten.
"Cosplay is a stupid idea to begin with, but looking like a video game character isn't necessarily a bad thing. For instance, I look like Blackthorne all the time. Jeans and a wife beater, ready to kill a motherfucker just because he's chained to a fucking wall."
Worth a look (from a while back):
"However, it's not their job to act as shaman for a culture easing itself into even greater integration with technology. It's their job to associate a single integer with the most subjective type of experience ever devised by our species. It hardly seems possible. So when they fail at it, when they fail to represent the depth of these experiences, what are we saying exactly? That they are human beings, possessed of finite minds, saddled with the task of cramming the undefinable into the discrete universe? That hardly seems like something you can hold against a person.
No matter how you cut it, the ff7 demo included in tobal no.1 was better than 90% rpgs ever period the end