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Fan fiction by Seanthehedgehog posted siku moja 1 iliyopita
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Sean The Hedgehog: Welcome to the sekunde half of our show. We will be inaonyesha wewe the Thomas & Marafiki spoof, Thomas & The Magic Railway.

Theme song: link

Me: I'm creating my own parody of T&TMR. :D
Thomas Fans: Oh no!!
Me: Oh yes!! :D
Thomas Fans: No!!
Me: Yes :D
Thomas Fans: Fine, get on with it.

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Mage: Get on with it.
Soldier: Yes, get on with it!
Warriors: YES, GET ON WITH IT!!

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Narrator: Hello, I'm Mr. Conductor, but my real name is Alec Baldwin. Please don't tell anyone I told you. I'm also going to be narrating.
Thomas: *Goes through tunnel*
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Fan fiction by Seanthehedgehog posted siku 2 zilizopita
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Sonic: *Playing with a laptop as it plays music* I am the DJ. Party on until the onyesha starts.
Wayne: *Dancing with Ms. Heart*
Leon: What are we supposed to do?
Stan: We are talking trains.
Sebastian: We cannot dance like anyone else at this party.
Xavier: I guess we need to be patient, and wait until the onyesha starts then.
Sean The Hedgehog: Agreed. While my cousin plays the role of being the DJ, I shall be your host tonight for Sean's Spectacular Saturday of Stories. I'm Sean The Hedgehog from On The Block, and here's our schedule tonight.

8 PM

On The Block - Back2Back

8:30 PM

Thomas & The Magic Railway

Sean The Hedgehog: We have another Thomas special for you, and it's got loads of humor in there for you. Until then, enjoy our back to back episodes of On The Block, because these are the last two episodes.
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Opinion by Windwakerguy430 posted siku 4 zilizopita
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I alisema it before and I’ll say it again, I upendo No zaidi Heroes, from the characters, to the combat, to the overworld. And one of the things that makes this game what it is are the bosses in it. The 10 Ranked assassins of the United Assassins Association are some of the craziest and most thought provoking bosses I have seen in video games. Sure, they may not be as insane to fight au as insanely well detailed and designed like a Bayonetta au Devil May Cry boss, but how they behave, what they have to say, and what they do make them all the zaidi interesting. How they fight, what tricks they pull, and their significance to the story make them all the zaidi interesting. So today, I will be discussing and ranking the bosses of No zaidi Heroes… The first one. The sekunde game will have a different orodha entirely. Note that this is my opinion, and that the bosses wewe may like au dislike may be different than what I see them as. With that being said, let the bloodshed begin (Oh, that was terrible! Never let me do that again!)
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Article by -Universe_COLA- posted siku 5 zilizopita
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"Now wewe may already be thinking to yourselves, just what the hell is a Epiventure? And epic adventure? The Adventure of an Episode? An Episodes adventure? Well, if wewe thought of any of these, then congratulations, you've been overthinking and probably need to consult with Dr. Phil, who is not really a doctor."

"Dickhead..."

"Oh come on, this is the after spinoff material, who's gonna actually care? A fucking feminist?"

"I mean...well...yeah, that's one of them. wewe could at least have some consideration and explain today's topic better."

"We ARE today's topic! And if any of wewe cunt muffins think that wewe have a better way to explain it, I'm all ears."

"Alright then, fine. So listen folks, this whole Epiventure bullshit came into existence because Type was to retarded to come up with something better. Well, that and none of us could figure out whether to call this shit an episode au a "adventure". I for one, had a better idea but--"
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Opinion by Windwakerguy430 posted siku 6 zilizopita
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Oh boy, this is a game I have been waiting to talk on the Hidden Gems for a long time. And now that finally got to replay it again for the first time in years, I think now is the perfect time to talk about a Suda51 classic. Goichi Suda, au Suda51, worked on a few games in his time, such as moto Pro Wrestling, the game with one of the most shocking endings ever, Flower, Sun, and Rain, a game I have no knowledge of as of the time of this article, and Killer7, a pretty interesting and kinda creepy action game. I even reviewed a Suda51 game before, that being Killer is Dead. But now, I think is the time for me to review what I and many others consider to be Suda’s magnum opus, the 2008 hack and slash Wii exclusive (As of 2008), No zaidi Heroes.



~Story~

Let me just start off the makala kwa saying this… I upendo No zaidi Heroes! I upendo it so much. I upendo the combat, I upendo the world, I upendo the characters, I upendo the music, and as nonsensical and pretty stupid the story is, I upendo it too. But, before I start gushing all over this game, let us talk about No zaidi Heroes’ story. The game follows the protagonist, Travis Touchdown,...
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Article by -Universe_COLA- posted siku 7 zilizopita
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- S̷̲̅ᴏ̷̲̅ᴍ̷̲̅ᴇ̷̲̅ ̷̲̅S̷̲̅ʜ̷̲̅ɪ̷̲̅ᴛ̷̲̅ ̷̲̅T̷̲̅ʜ̷̲̅ᴀ̷̲̅ᴛ̷̲̅ ̷̲̅W̷̲̅ᴀ̷̲̅s̷̲̅ ̷̲̅W̷̲̅ʀ̷̲̅ɪ̷̲̅ᴛ̷̲̅ᴛ̷̲̅ᴇ̷̲̅ɴ̷̲̅ -

"Whelp, I guess this is how we're gonna start this thing off."

"Start what thing off? The only thing i'm offing right now is Jack at Call of my Dooty."

"Shut the fuck up, cheating punda fucking screen watching son of a bitch, kahaba ass--"

"So...basically what you're saying is that you're...jacking off? Hah! Gaaaaaaaaaaay!"

"Don't start with that again au I swear to fucking god--"

"One that doesn't exist"

"DON'T wewe SUPPOSE TO BE INTRODUCING au SOME SHIT!?"

"Shutcho salty self up. You're right, but still, shutcho satly self up.
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Anyways, hola, hello, howdy, wassup, sup, how ya doin', how are ya, howdyheyhi. Good mornin', afternoon, au night *cough cough* au whatever time, wherever the fuck wewe are *cough*, uhh, my name's Type, and from my understanding wewe all are gonna be following me and my...
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Fan fiction by Seanthehedgehog posted siku 8 zilizopita
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Girls: *Playing Rock & Roll music* Anata No Tenkei-Tekina Anime!! Anata No Tenkei-Tekina Anime!! Which is Japanese for, which is Japanese for... *Drum solo* Your Typical Anime. *Guitar solo* Your Typical Anime. *Guitar solo* Your Typical Anime!

Episode 4: Fat Pat

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Fat Pat: *Sitting on his throne*
Shirtless Shane: *Sitting inayofuata to him*
Fred: *Reading a book*
Bruce: *Searching for Mbwa mwitu loups on a laptop*
Fat Pat: Shane.
Shirtless Shane: Yes?
Fat Pat: How was our last shipment?
Shirtless Shane: Successful. Why sir?
Fat Pat: It was two days ago. Why haven't we been making anymore shipments?
Shirtless Shane: No buyers sir.
Fred: Plus, we have no girls.
Fat Pat: Then let's go get some.

Stop the song.

Addie was at her house, giving two men handjobs, sucking a man's dick while rubbing another dick with her breasts, then having another one shoved up her pussy, and another one up her ass.
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Opinion by Windwakerguy430 posted siku 8 zilizopita
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(Name References are in the maoni below)

Tatu
Appearance: A white metal humanoid with a feminine body, with rose vine-like stems growing around the limbs.
Abilities: Tatu is able to remove anything from a person’s body, be it memories and ideas, to physical things like organs and bones. The Stand is able to destroy the memory if they need be, without harming the person it aliiba it from. If Tatu does steal an organ from someone, they will still be alive, unless the organ is destroyed, in which case, the one with the organ stolen will die.
Power - C
Speed - C
Range - C
Durability - C
Precision - B
Potential - C

UFO
Appearance: A small TV antenna that appears from the targets ear, without their notice of it.
Abilities: UFO is able to trick the target that it is used on into doing the opposite of what they wish to do. Example: If the target wishes to hit an enemy, they will hit an ally au themselves. No matter what they try to do, even if they learn that they are under the effect of UFO, they may plan to do the opposite, but UFO does not read their mind, but their heart, and they will do the...
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Opinion by Windwakerguy430 posted siku 12 zilizopita
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When a game comes to a console, it usually happens to either be made for that one console au made for a couple other ones, especially in the hivi karibuni years. wewe don’t see much console exclusive games anymore. A few roll around, like Xbox’s Halo, Playstations Crash and a plethora of Nintendo exclusives, but there are times when games get ported to other consoles. Sometimes it’s great, and other times it’s…. Not great. Heck, it can be considered that some of the worst games, au at least, some of the worst of a year, are just ports. Remember the original PS3 Skyrim? Boy, what a mess that was. That game may au may not be on this list. But with that being said, I will be happy to share with wewe some of the worst ports. Weather these games were good au not in their original state, that’s beside the point. What matters is that their ports are even worse, either kwa being of lower quality, au just being nearly unplayable due to bugs and other issues not from the original version. Rules are simple this time. I have to have at least played the original game, if not the port. With that being said, let the orodha commence.
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Opinion by Windwakerguy430 posted siku 17 zilizopita
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………… This isn’t what it looks like, I swear……… Okay, so maybe it is what it looks like, but trust me, this is in fact a horror game. Let me repeat that. This is, in fact, a horror game, a psychological horror game, that screws with wewe emotionally and mentally, and tricks wewe kwa being something else… So does that mean I can review Doki Doki Literature Club without making myself look less anti-social.



…… Let me repeat myself, this is a horror game. Also, THIS ENTIRE makala IS A SPOILER FOR DOKI DOKI LITERATURE CLUB! DO NOT READ THIS makala IF wewe PLAN ON kusoma THIS GAME! Now, I had no intentions of playing this game previously, because I don’t like dating sims. I find them dull, boring, and horribly cliched, plus romance is something I was never a big shabiki of… yeah, a horror fan, who doesn’t like romance. The two go so well together. There are some interesting ones out there, like Huniepop, which I think people played for porn, au Hatoful Boyfriend, which people played to get reactions of, au the greatest dating sim of our generation and probably of all time, Dream Daddy, but aside from a few, I never had...
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Opinion by Windwakerguy430 posted siku 20 zilizopita
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Well, I just can’t believe it. Over a hundred full makala of Corner of Horror. I never thought that this siku would come, but here it is. And boy am I glad that this siku has finally come, and on a Halloween no less. It’s almost like it was meant to be. For over a mwaka now, I have been talking about the many different kinds of horror and in different media from films to games to literature, and I still plan on doing zaidi reviews in the future. But, today, I have had something very special planned, since the beginning. Something I have been waiting to talk about since the siku I started Corner of Horror. A horror game special to me and others and is considered the greatest horror game of all time. The 2001 classic horror game, Silent kilima 2.



Silent kilima 2 is the sequel to the critically acclaimed PS1 horror game, Silent Hill, made kwa Team Silent. The first Silent kilima was great. Nowadays, it’s… Not as good. It hasn’t dated all that well… I mean, it dated better than the original Resident Evil, but… Still a little dated. But the story, the soundtrack, and the atmosphere are still amazing for the game and still an enjoyable...
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Opinion by Windwakerguy430 posted siku 22 zilizopita
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When the mwaka of scares comes around, everyone is always looking for something that can give them a good old fashioned scare. From kusoma vitabu of Wanyonya damu and the undead, to watching sinema of aliens and serial killers. And then there are those that play video games around this time, experiencing the horror from a different perspective. Games like Resident Evil, Silent Hill, and Fatal Frame… But anyone can tell wewe that Halloween is all about fear. It’s an important part of Halloween, yes, but there is zaidi to it than that. It’s the feeling of using this to your advantage, the changing of the season of the warm summer to the cool autumn, the strange and bizarre coming out and being accepted in the world. And sometimes, there are those who want to experience these in video games rather than having to play a horror game, because they are just sensitive (And cowardly, *Ahem*). So, tonight, I will share with wewe the best non-horror games to play on Halloween. First off, it doesn’t matter the age rating. As long as these games aren’t horror games, au at least, aren’t considered horror games, than they count. And I am also going to include some other choices on here as...
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Fan fiction by Seanthehedgehog posted siku 23 zilizopita
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Tom & Snow Wonder: *Dancing*
Saten Twist: *Sitting at the bar, drinking a beer*
Wayne: Will wewe do something instead of being bored?
Saten Twist: No.
Mr. Nut: Welcome back everyone. I'm Mr. Nut from The Nut House, and we will begin On The Block, and The Nut House right now. Enjoy the sekunde half of our show.

Welcome to the block. And now for your hosts, Master Sword, and Tom Foolery.

Audience: *Cheering, clapping, and whistling*
Master Sword & Tom Foolery: *Standing in front of a house*
Tom: Hello everypony, and welcome to another episode of On The Block.
Master Sword: I think they know it's On The Block.
Audience: *Quietly laughing*
Tom: How?
Master Sword: The title of this makala clearly says On The Block!
Audience: *Laughing*
Tom: Oh yes, it does. Today's crossover parody, Unfrozen.
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Fan fiction by Seanthehedgehog posted siku 23 zilizopita
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Kevin: *Sitting down, drinking a soda*
Mr. Nut: Pride And Joy ladies and gentlemen, kwa Stevie ray Vaughan.
Mily: Nice choice. *Passes kwa with five passenger cars*
Mr. Nut: After all this time, we're finally back, and I am your host kwa the way. My name is Mr. Nut, and I am from The Nut House. Our schedule for tonight is down below.

8:00 PM

Trainz
Trainz

8:30 PM

On The Block
The Nut House

Mr. Nut: Our back to back episodes of Trainz will begin now.

Theme Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4xtEsZs88o

Welcome to a place called The Island Of Errol. A place that is run kwa five railroads. It has hundreds of engines, and lots of trains in the four towns, Mossberg, Hunterdon, Zorrin, and Eastwood.

This is the story of trainz.

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Fan fiction by Seanthehedgehog posted siku 27 zilizopita
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People: *Listening to the whistle as they stand kwa the train tracks*

Song (Start at 0:42): link

Announcer: They call her a legend. A celebrity. A lady that knows how to get the job done. Now, in a futuristic tale, wewe will see her like never before. In SeanTheHedgehog's 765. In a race against Norfolk Southern from Fort Wayne Indiana to Chicago Illinois.
Peter: I want her stopped immediately!
Dragovich: We are doing everything we can.
Peter: You're not trying hard enough! She needs to be stopped!
Announcer: She is helping a cause to restore Norfolk Southern. Leaders of the group are five men. Brian Adams played kwa Seth Macfarlane.
Brian: There's only one way to do this. My way. wewe don't do it my way, you'll end up dead.
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Fan fiction by Seanthehedgehog posted siku 27 zilizopita
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Girls: *Playing Rock & Roll music* Anata No Tenkei-Tekina Anime!! Anata No Tenkei-Tekina Anime!! Which is Japanese for, which is Japanese for... *Drum solo* Your Typical Anime. *Guitar solo* Your Typical Anime. *Guitar solo* Your Typical Anime!

Episode 3: taco Bell

A new restaurant opened up in town. Everyone was excited to see it.

Alinah: *Walks towards the entrance* Ooh, taco Bell. *Floats into the store*
Eula: *Watching Alinah float into the store* Oh, hujambo Alinah.
Alinah: Hi Eula.
Eula: Guess what I just ordered.
Alinah: There's a lot to choose from. I don't know if I can guess.
Eula: Alright, I'll tell you. The loaded taco burrito.
Alinah: I think I'll get the cool ranch Doritos locos tacos.
Eula: Good choice. When you're finished ordering, wewe can jiunge me if wewe want.
Alinah: Swell.

Eula even waited for Alinah to return before eating her burrito.

Alinah: That was kind of wewe Eula, but wewe didn't need to wait for me.
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Opinion by Windwakerguy430 posted siku 27 zilizopita
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When it comes to the mind of a child, many things can appear new to them. Their still developing psyches have not yet allowed them to experience everything in the world. They will see things differently than adults do, and everything that the adult human finds to be a normal thing will be completely alien to children. This could be a new and exciting experience to some kids, but at the same time, it can lead to them being mortified and scared of something, until they finally grow out of it. So, what the hell did any of that have to do with video games? None, probably, but it sure did make me sound smart. So, in my time as a child, I experienced a few scary things from those games and was not really the same after that. And these experiences all came from my a time when I only had a handful of game consoles and yet, they still managed to have some terrifying stuff in them. Now, before I begin, I want to state that none of these things scare me anymore. They used to scare me, but they are not that bad anymore. In fact, some of them are just downright silly to me. And these are also going to be from non-horror games, since that is clearly what it was going for. It has to be from...
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Opinion by Windwakerguy430 posted mwezi moja 1 uliopita
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wewe know, though I have been reviewing horror games for a while now, it’s been awhile since I reviewed a horror, au at least, a horror-themed rail shooter. The last one being a mwaka ago, and that was… Rock of the Dead. Kind of regretting my look on that game, to be honest. Which is weird, because there are a few good horror rail shooters out there. Hell, House of the Dead was made on that premise. That and bad voice acting. But hey, speaking of bad voice acting, Resident Evil is a pretty good horror game franchise. (What a shitty segway). So, when wewe put the two together, what do wewe get? Resident Evil: Dark Chronicles… But I never played that one, so Umbrella Chronicles it is.



Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles lets wewe play through the stories of Resident Evil Zero, Resident Evil 1, and Resident Evil 3, as well as having a few added campaigns. The story for these games are as barebones as they can get. They only have the major points added into it, and skip all the unnecessary stuff…. But that also means ignoring Barry so fuck this game! But seriously though, I don’t think people ever really cared about the Resident Evil...
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Opinion by Windwakerguy430 posted mwezi moja 1 uliopita
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~Slugger~
*In the town of maple Leaf, Alabama, the town’s pride was nothing zaidi than Aunt Bonnie’s homemade pies, the crystal clear Big kubeba Lake, and the town’s own baseball team, the maple Leaf Mongooses. The Mongooses have been known all across the state for being one of the best little league baseball teams, having never Lost a game in over twenty years, thanks to their coach, Gus Waters. Gus sat in his office, the walls covered in picha of his little league baseball teams over the years, as well as a number of trophies from their victories. Gus was clipping his nails when his assistant coach walked in, not even bothering to knock. He stared Gus, dead in the eye, and spoke to him
Assistant: Gus, it’s ready.
Gus: Alright. Gather up everyone in town. We’ll start as soon as I get there
*With that, the assistant closed the door and Gus went back to clipping his nails* If those Pine Wood pussies think they’re gonna win this year, they’re mistaken.
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Opinion by Windwakerguy430 posted mwezi moja 1 uliopita
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~A Desire of Knowledge~
*Benny was sitting at his desk, the lab that he sat within kwa his lonesome was dark except for the single computer in front of him, lingering over him, the glare hitting his face as he worked in the night. The cool, autumn wind blew through the open window and brushed against him as he continued to work. A strange phenomenon was going on in the world of science. A strange artifact was found floating amongst space. It was something that no one on their own could tell what it was. The thought of what it could be drove Benny to utter hysteria, as he was obsessed on finding out what it was. The knowledge of what it could bring to the world of science pushed Benny to keep on searching for what it could be. It could be something long forgotten, like a piece of foreign science, au the history of a forgotten space shuttle. It could even be the signs of alien life in the world. Benny had been staying up for hours trying to find out what it could be, using the best of the lab’s technology to find out whatever it could be that was within space, without letting anyone else know of it. If they did, he wouldn’t be able to get the credit for this...
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Opinion by Windwakerguy430 posted mwezi moja 1 uliopita
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For the entirety of October, I will be doing CoH articles. One Tuesday will be a review, than a juu ten, and so on until Halloween. And since I did a review on Dead Space, now is the best time to talk about a juu ten. And when it comes to juu tens, none are zaidi done than the scariest enemies in video games. And while enemies are good and scary on their own, I want to look at bosses… Which isn’t much better, I know, but screw it. There are many disturbing bosses in games, especially in horror games. But what about those that come when wewe least expect it from a horror game. One’s that just onyesha up without warning. I think that is what makes the boss and/or enemy zaidi disturbing. So, today, I want to share some rather creepy bosses today from non-horror games. And I want to avoid the obvious bosses, so I will not be including things like Giygas from Earthbound because that’s too easy. Same goes for the multitude of Zelda bosses. So, with that out of the way, let the orodha begin.

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When it comes to the series of Hidden Gems, I try to avoid talking about movie based video games, because that is a very easy thing to look for. How much people are going to go out of their way to look for a game that is made from the success of a film. They are always known to be cheaply made and only exist to get zaidi money for the film it is based off of. But after playing this…. Thing, I’d like to say that I am willing to review obscure movie-based games, but only if they are either amazing au terrible. If it’s okay, it just won’t do. So, with that out of the way, let us discuss the game I got from the back of a video store, Fight Club: The Game.



~Story~

For the sake of the video game alone, I will be looking at it as both a game that is part of the chanzo material and as it’s own game. And spoilers, it sucks in both categories. The story of Fight Club follows, not Edward Norton, but a guy, who is creatively known as Hero… What a name. Anyway, the game follows Hero, who, after a breakup and a public suicide attempt, is told kwa the bartender to jiunge Fight Club, where he is told to meet Tyler Durden. What...
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Opinion by Windwakerguy430 posted mwezi moja 1 uliopita
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wewe know, I always told myself, if I ever start to run out of ideas, I should review this horror game. And what better time to review it than on the mwezi of fear, October. So, I’d say it’s time we break that emergency glass and take out a game that I’ve been holding out on for a long time. The sci-fi horror game, System Shoc- Dead Space. It’s Dead Space. No one cares about System Shock.



Dead Space is a franchise that reminds me a lot like Alien. Dead Space 1 is a much zaidi scary game and filled with terror. Dead Space 2 is a zaidi action oriented game due to everyone knowing of the creatures. And we all pretend Dead Space 3 never happened, which is for the best. But for the sake of this article, I will only be talking about the first Dead Space. In the future, wewe play as Isaac Clarke, who is on a mission to find out what happened on a mining ship called the Ishimura, which has become such an iconic area in horror games, it rivals that of the town of Silent kilima au the Spencer Mansion from Resident Evil. When Isaac and others on the tafuta time arrive, they are attacked kwa Necromorphs, mutated reanimated corpses of humans that...
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When wewe are a young man, no job, and college is hitting wewe real hard with assignments, I say that there is no better place to find games that no one else will play than your local libraries. I don’t know if all libraries do this, but the one in my area allows people to rent not just books, but sinema and video games. I found some pretty good games there, as well as some… Less good ones. But regardless, these games are in fact underrated, so it is my job to review them. And what better game to review than an underrated Wii game, uyoga Men: The Spore Wars.



~Story~

uyoga Men: The Spore Wars is, from what I can tell, is actually a sequel to the awali uyoga Men for the DS, called uyoga Men: Rise of the Fungi… It wasn’t very good, apparently. Thankfully, (Or at least, from what I am assuming), wewe don’t need to play the original game to understand the story of the The Spore Wars. uyoga Men takes place in a world where alien meteorites have fallen from the sky and crashed on earth. To humans, nothing really happens and they just go on about their business. However, the meteorites end up turning the...
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*The thought of it was too much for Hannah to bear. It was a Saturday morning, so she knew that, if she hurried, she could make it to her on time. She threw on her clothes, along with her black jacket, and made her way down stairs. She hurriedly made her way out the door, unable to hear Drew ask her how she slept and if she had any plans today, as he sat back down in his chair to read the paper.*

*Hannah was unsure if she would end up at Wendy’s house simply because of a dream, but she had to make sure. The dream seemed so realistic, in a sense. As soon as Hannah saw the house in her dream, she could already feel chills across her body. She took a step forward, and gave the white door a light knock. The door creaked open and a woman with kitanda hair and tired eyes looked at Hannah*
Woman: Yes, can I help you?
Hannah: Oh. Good morning. Uh, I’m sorry to be here so early, but does a girl named Wendy live here?
Woman: Wendy? My daughter? Yes, she lives here. Why? Are wewe a friend of hers
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