(aka Thatsmapizza posted the idea first but I’m doing it anyway)
Well, I don’t actually hate Konami, but you get the idea.
There’s... a LOT of tables to cover here. The 60's was easy - There’s only one table that they emulated. 70's were similarly easy with a total of 10 tables. The 80s? They have 28, and you even have tables that are sequels to one another (Multi-Ball Firepower to Firepower II, and Black Knight to Black Knight 2000, in…
In this article I’ll summarize all that I’ve written about the Kinja Image Tricks, for reference.
Grand Summoners is a fine game. Good collabs (Kill la Kill and One-Punch Man), interesting gameplay, decent enough rates to get a good team at start, painless reroll... and I still dropped it like a sack of bricks once I played through the story.
(Originally Posted on 6/28/2018 as part of the SixTAY Days of Writing challenge)
Not the full-of-water pool type of pool, but the thing where a small number of dub/voice actors do a big amount of works (not sure what the correct phrase is).
The name of the game? Violence Fight. The pedigree - Taito as a developer of great arcade classics such as Darius, Bubble Bobble and The Ninjawarriors. The music - ZUNTATA behind the keys for what should have been a great fighter.
NieR:Automata has a lot of endings. Here I’ll be writing about the “final” one. IF YOU HAVEN’T EVEN PLAYED NIER:AUTOMATA... first:WHY? GO PLAY IT. And second, STOP READING.
The world of Quality Assurance can be a potentially bizarre job and to be fair... that’s correct! I can’t talk to you about it because I’m behind 7 NDAs (that’s like 7 proxies!)
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is the Smash game on the most powerful Nintendo console of all time (so far), and thanks to that we’ll be getting all the fighters that have ever fought, on (almost) all the stages that have ever... staged?
We’re six months down the line, how fares Square-Enix’s foray into the arena brawler genre?
I raise my eyes while casually playing DanMachi - MEMORIA FREESE. Only moment later I finally realize what I see. It’s the calendar, which indicate the end of the Spring 2018 Anime Season. I calmly open my Crunchyroll queue to go through the list, when ... Fuck! I still have 11 episodes of this show? 4 of another…
Yesterday, my local Microsoft Store held a 2v2 Halo 5 tournament in which my best friend and I competed. To say the very least, it was not what I expected.
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Twitch’s runaway success and the various streaming megastars such as Ninja that have appeared on the plaform, there are many hopefuls that eventually can make it a career, or at the very least a good enough side hustle or a part-time job.
Earlier this month, I took my Gamecube (and corresponding cables) out of its storage box, connected it, put the disc of Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door in it, and pushed the POWER button.
Earlier today, I streamed the Yakuza Kiwami 2 demo as I am wont to do with this game series on my channel every single Saturday morning (that would be here for those of you who haven’t seen my ConTAYct List). Since the new game is right aroud the corner, I figured it would be a good thing to dive into the demo.
Welcome to another exciting installment of Spacemon, the tale of a Pokemon TRPG campaign! This is a spinoff of the sci-fi space epic played using the Pokemon Tabletop United (PTU) system, this time GMed by yours truly. You can get caught up the entire Spacemon saga here!