Joined Nov 17, 2011 at 02:32AM EST
I really don’t like the gameplay of this third installment. It’s not fun like the first two.
I know all three games are about reaction to subtle mechanics and repitition, but this one somehow really grinds it in. That, and what you can do to defend yourself isn’t quite clear. There’s a lot of your plate and I found i never understood what I was doing until night 4. Wrestling with one animatronic and hallucinations is pretty…unexciting.
Worst of all, it’s not scary. After getting hit by freddy, foxy, and balloon boy a few times i’m just straight faced and sigh. Clear up ventiation. Repeat night and dance my way around hallucinations and hope Springtrap doesn’t see my dancing.
She always frightens me. And yet…
“You look beautiful. Incidentally, my favourite artist is Picasso…”
People kill themselves from having their feelings hurt. People start wars over getting offended. People are very emotional creatures. You can’t just say “they’re just words”. Words are powerful.
Even if someone was born with issues, that doesn’t excuse bullying them. They had no power over it.
People who tease those born with issues are the scum of the earth and I hope their own children (god forbid if they happen to even reproduce) have the same issues.
The villain finally dies in the end when the hero and princess work together and the hero impales his sword into the villain’s head. The villain turns to stone and the ocean’s curse is lifted, allowing for life again. The princess turns back into a pirate and the hero joins her in living the pirate life.
Harry Potter went from whimsical fantasy experience
to school security breach instruction video
to camping trip simulator.
I always asked my teachers why they gave us “recorders” instead of real flutes or even little ocarinas. I think it would be adorable for kids to have ocarinas of varying musical ranges. They’re also potato shaped. Everyone loves potatoes.
In my experience, the people who go to technical school are a lot more patient and nicer than people who go to colleges. They never seemed any less intelligent than a college graduate either.
It’s not like the curriculum is any different. There are national standards held in place for all types of schools, and sitting in a lecture room instead of actively interacting isn’t gonna make you any smarter.
This is usually shonen logic. It’s quite rare to find it in another genre.
Thanks I was just about to post this
Looks like it’s still in it’s Alpha stages. What exactly is this game? Code Lyoko 0.5?
awoo face tho
The Wii version is a lot more lenient than the DS version.
Like is simple when you’re a ball of energy inside a machine, I suppose.
Good lord that third image in the notes
I’d imagine it’s the face they really hate to get wet.
My god. He’s adorable.
Reminds me of the zombie zipper makeup method.
These are only 39 simple colors any modern screen can show. You don’t need a fancy monitor to see those colors.