Mnstr Hntr Wrld

I can’t even pronounce it, I’m still choking on my tears of joy.

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Dragon Ball Redemption

Or as Bandai Namco calls it, Dragon Ball FighterZ.

What’s in a name, right?

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“ALIENS”

So I binge watched and binge played everything so-called ‘canon’ Alien out there, and this is my conclusion:

A few minutes is all you need to appreciate the little things in life.

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mush-room time-out

This is not the end.

 

This site is almost one year old now, and it’s been one hell of a road through brainfartville.

In this short amount of time I spurned out more nonsense than I ever did in high school and college combined, and I only grew the better of it.

Unfortunately, not everyone feels the same way. Read More

Everyone needs more clay in their life

And if you gotta start somewhere, start by checking out Lee Hardcastle‘s awesome slash gruesome “claysploitation” videos.

This is not your daddy’s DOOM.

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Whoever thought Final Fantasy wasn’t METAL enough… – [soundbyte f]

…can always count on the world wide web to provide.

Although it’s more of a synth rock metal orchestral chiptune fusion kinda thing, no?

Monster Hunter Switch to Pro?

This title might be a bit clickbaity. Or is it?

This is not your father’s Monster Hunter. Well, okay, it is a little bit.

 

Capcom’s latest feat in milking its portable monster cow, was its Japan-only 3DS release of Monster Hunter XX (March 2017), the stand-alone update to Monster Hunter X (November 2015) – also known as Monster Hunter Generations in the rest of the world – which in turn is the same-engine sequel to Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate (October 2014), the Japan-only standalone update to 2013’s Monster Hunter 4.

Hard to follow?

I feel ya.

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After a long day of hard work…

#screenshotsaturday

Ecco the #$@&%*! dolphin – [soundbyte e]

These games were hard as balls.

Also, like, wtf man.

 

And it made the atmospheric MegaDrive soundtracks all the more memorable.

Beginnings
Getting older
Getting younger

Take it with a grain of nostalgia salt. Read More

Say I’m not the only one who noticed this

Once you know, you can never unknow.