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SirTed last won the day on July 11 2016

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  1. Oh, don't get me wrong, I loved it. I'm just saying that it really wasn't necessary. There was a previous scene with him that was my favorite, when Krennic goes to visit him. So dope! I was just feeling like his presence was more for nerd happiness than story, which is just fine by me.
  2. What's this? People are hating on Rouge One? What the hell for? It was quite excellent. A refreshing change to meet some characters that aren't necessarily tied into the six main characters from episode IV-VI. The aesthetic was fantastic. It was FUCKING STAR WARS! If you don't like Star Wars, well then, you're not likely going to like this movie, but otherwise, I can't imagine what the beefs would be. They dispensed with a great deal of the fan service, which I appreciated, but I did have fun with the one or two instances in this film. Vader's presence was probably not needed, and aside from Jimmy fucking Smits, I can't think of anything wrong here. I enjoyed A Force Awakens just fine, but this was definitely a better film. Go see it if you like Star Wars. You won't be disappointed. Good day.
  3. The second is a much more passive experience - Batman: The Telltale Series. I don't know how many out there have any experience with these games, but I think they're pretty great. There's not a lot of game play action, it's mostly dialog choices (think Mass Effect) that determine where the story goes (to an extent). It's sort of like a choose your own adventure animated movie, with a few button prompts, and a spattering of sections that play like those old Lucas Arts adventure games. But I'm having a blast! This is a totally original Batman story, and so far, it's great! There's been 2 or 3 twists that I didn't see coming, and I haven't even played the 4th (of 5) episodes yet. Tons of fun. Check it out. Trailer below, but honestly, doesn't do it justice at all.
  4. My backlog continues to skyrocket but at the moment I'm splitting time between 2 games: 1. Enter the Gungeon - a 16bit inspired "cute-em up" (shoot em up with cutesy characters). The look is definitely pulled from A Link to the Past. It's a rouge like dungeon crawler that is hard as nails. There's only 5 levels, but it's taken me forever just to reach the 4th. I don't know yet if I have it in me to beat. Tight controls, imaginative enemies. Not much story, but there's some kinda cool mystery to the whole thing. Really dig the vibe, especially how much it reminds me of A Link to the Past (with guns).
  5. BO Off Tackle - I'm into man. Keep it up. Trying to come up with stuff that maybe a lot of people haven't seen. That's a classic from Carlin, obviously. So, speaking things that a lot of people haven't seen - check this out: I dunno, maybe people have - but I swear I mention it to people in conversation a lot, and almost 100% have never heard of it. Ok, so it's not really a set, but I love it because I'm really into the psychology of comedians. I think it takes a really special type of person to be a stand up comedian, and it's like their own special little club, with their own point of views, lingos, etc. It's just fascinating to me. There are some really funny bits in this video too, though - so check it out.
  6. Love so much.
  7. I'm currently wrapping up (I've been saying this for over a week) Darkest Dungeon on my PS4 / Vita, and really having a blast. It's originally a Kickstarter / Steam game I think, so I just wanted to put it out there that if you enjoy some old school turn based RPG, this game might be worth checking out. The plot is there, but pretty background. The visuals are pretty cool, you can tell the artists take a lot of inspiration from Mike Mignola (Hellboy) as does the Lovecrafian plot elements. It's hard as nails, but really kinda simple ultimately, once you kinda get your feet under you. Anyway, check it out:
  8. <3 <3 <3
  9. This belongs in the NSFW section.
  10. Yeah! I hope I'm going to buy it. As in, you can't tell everything from a video, but I think this is really cool. As a matter of fact, I'm currently playing Darkest Dungeon (formally a Steam game) on PS4 AND my PS Vita. It's "cross buy" and "cross play", meaning I buy one copy of the game, and it works on both machines and I can upload my saves to the cloud and then take the game with me (to my office for example). So dope! Anyway, if the Switch works like this, has great 3rd party support and trophy support for old games and isn't too expensive, I'm in! Way to go, Nintendo!
  11. This guy does a pretty good job breaking down film. Check it out if you're interested.
  12. How about the great Napoleon Kaufman ?
  13. @~Tailback King~, What about all your P-Town homies? I mean, damn. They won't even have to borrow the Turtle Van to make this shit.