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Boss in Borderlands you hate having to fight?
oh I'm in 100% agreement, fuck that boss.
That actually makes a lot of sense the way he explains it.
Edited by Superjohn on Aug 3rd 2020 at 4:03:19 AM
Thoughts on Why Every Star Wars Film Has The Wrong Title?
Probably "I Had An Accident" from Spongebob Squarepants. It even acknowledges its own weirdness with the family watching it at the end.
Edited by DrNoPuma on Aug 3rd 2020 at 8:34:49 AM
Strangest Bizarro Episode you've ever seen?
I dunno. Maybe Quirky?
Edited by kablammin45 on Aug 3rd 2020 at 5:43:58 AM
If you were a Pokťmon, what do you think your nature would be?
Hmm, without including spoilers, I'd say:
I don't think I really have a favorite from Ace Attorney Investigations because the side characters from that game didn't leave that much of an impression on me, and I haven't really played the other games (Investigations 2, Dai Gyakuten Saiban and the Professor Layton crossover).
Edited by Bluethorn on Aug 4th 2020 at 2:34:23 AM
Favorite Ace Attorney witness from each game?
none I can name off my head, sorry.
Edited by Superjohn on Aug 4th 2020 at 5:14:00 AM
Is there anything in a perfectly fine work that ruins it for you?
None I can remember at the moment.
Edited by Routeferret on Aug 4th 2020 at 2:59:21 PM
Have a least favorite Asterix album?
Good ol' Charlie Brown himself. I definitely identify with him the most out of all the characters.
Edited by kablammin45 on Aug 3rd 2020 at 6:39:30 AM
Favorite Peanuts character?
Not to make it personal, but what made you think my avatar was a Destiny character, of all things?
You're talking about Duke Nukem 3D specifically? I never played Duke Nukem I and Duke Nukem II. Duke Nukem 3D was released on 29. January 1996, 2 years and 2 months later after Doom. For DN 3 D itself... pretty influental game at the time, I'd argue it still holds up well over 24 years later, but the humor didn't age so well (but has a wealth of references to so many movies, series and such at the time you might enjoy).
Gameplay is pretty good, has more verticality than Doom and you have gadgets to use (I love using the jetpack). Level design makes good use of vent-crawling and there's many real-world inspired locations, so map layout isn't abstract and bizarre and nonsensical like Doom's, for the most part. The engine is superior as well, able to have moving sectors, doors opening to the sides; something Doom cannot do! You can interact with environment beyond flipping switches, like toilets which you can also destroy. Gunplay is good, enemy variety is decent, it's challenging, but there's few bs here and there.
Sound design is very well done, weapons sound distinct and chunky, enemies are all so distinct as well. Half-assed thought but yeah
I grew up with it, even if it's very inappropriate for kids given how raunchy it is, you have these skimpily dressed women you can give money to! As well as cocooned women too, which if you kill summons enemies. I'd play it over Duke Nukem Forever anytime of the day, do not play that one unless you want to be so bored and frustrated by the end, it's not worth it.
It has some jank tho, aiming can get wonky a lot of the times but nothing terrible.
Edited by Dhiruxide on Aug 3rd 2020 at 3:15:01 PM
Thoughts on Duke Nukem, if any? I ask only because it's another First-Person Shooter that started around the time Doom did.
Maybe I can't fully judge the remake because I haven't seen it, but definitely the original. I've watched a few reviews of the remake, but I agree with The Nostalgia Critic's opinions on it the most. Despite the innovative realistic CGI and everything, the remake still feels like it had not nearly a fraction of the passion put into it that the original did.
Edited by DrNoPuma on Aug 4th 2020 at 6:39:14 AM
Okay, The Lion King question time. Which one do you prefer: the original 1994 film, or the 2019 remake? And why?
As for me, I do think they each have their own merits that make them worth watching, but generally I prefer the original, because it still holds up to this day even in the face of the remake.
This seem like a cop out answer, but Dolores Umbridge. There's also.... hmm, I'll say Ulube Ishikawa.
Edited by dave_the_assassin on Aug 5th 2020 at 2:09:16 AM
Any character(s) that makes you feel like you wanna punch them in the face?
Never actually saw the movie myself, but Rey from The Force Awakens. Also maybe Krillin and Yamcha.
Edited by Myskywarm on Aug 4th 2020 at 10:58:40 PM
Any character you feel like they get too much distain from fans?
It's been so long since I've actually seen to determine which one is my favorite episode since there's plenty of good ones, maybe the one where they go in space since I was a huge fan of the solar system when I was younger.
Edited by MkayRose on Aug 4th 2020 at 4:29:31 AM
Hey fellow MSB fan! Favorite episode?
Probably Pinkie Pie's cutie mark story being made up, since I knew it would eventually be disproven the moment Trixie mentioned working at a rock farm.
Edited by TroperNo9001 on Aug 4th 2020 at 8:16:05 PM
Most disliked fanon you ever encountered?
not yet, but I'm planning to.
Edited by Superjohn on Aug 4th 2020 at 4:46:06 AM
Have you watched Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus? If so, what did you think?
Probably one of the Com Mons like Zigzagoon or Furret.
Edited by Bluethorn on Aug 4th 2020 at 3:59:43 AM
What Pokemon you think be the safest to have as a home pet?
It would be nice to live with toony characters as long as it's accepted to the majority of people.
Edited by MkayRose on Aug 4th 2020 at 8:44:10 AM
Do you ever wish toons or something similar lived with humans in real life?
Favorite show you wish didn't get cancelled?
I remember liking Bobbob-Bobbobo(spelling) when I was younger.
Edited by Superjohn on Aug 5th 2020 at 4:44:50 AM
Are there any comedy-oriented anime/manga you're a fan of?
The new Pokémon, first and foremost. Some of them (particularly Appletun and Toxtricity) have probably at least jumped into my top fifteen favorite Pokémon ever (if not top ten). And the Wild Area concept is also a big plus in my book.
Edited by kablammin45 on Aug 4th 2020 at 10:13:14 AM
What do you like about SW/SH?
I don't believe so.
Edited by The_Dag on Aug 4th 2020 at 5:55:58 PM
have you ever completed a Pokedex?
so you know that 'listening from australia' "Thanks for the support!" 'i didn't say it was good, sounds like shit dumbass' meme? i went to the video to find the comment, and when the song blared into my ears i immediately understood that guy was completely valid.
Edited by Awe921 on Aug 4th 2020 at 12:57:47 PM
I don't know that meme.
What is your least favorite song that you've heard?
Edited by TheWhistleTropes on Aug 4th 2020 at 1:07:22 PM
Edited by TheWhiteWolf on Aug 4th 2020 at 10:05:39 AM
on a scale from 1 to "crab," how crusty is Krusty the Clown?
So the stereotypical answer hereís good olí country, but I donít think I can even say that knowing that even without listening to a ton of it I love me some Fleetwood Mac and Johnny Cash. (And Lil Nas, if weíre counting him in there.)
Instead, Iíd probably say the one I hold the most disdain for when done poorly would probably be tropical house, mostly because of how soulless a lot of it is (and how little some songs actually resemble house music, to a lesser extent). Not all of it is this way ó I like stuff from guys like Gryffin, Kungs and Petit Biscuit, for instance ó but thereís a very clear contingent of artists in that area whose aims are almost solely on chart appeal rather than actual heart, and it shows. Itís especially disappointing when otherwise talented producers dip into that zone, because of how simplistic it is. (Looking at you, Messrs. Taggart and Pall. And donít think youíre off the hook either, Kygo.)
I dunno, I guess Iíve just got a standard thatís higher for that stuff than a lot of other genres. Blame Sturgeon's Law on that one.
Edited by Tre on Aug 4th 2020 at 11:23:13 AM
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