"You were named after the bravest man I knew," Gregory Edgeworth said, smiling proudly, setting his hands on his son’s shoulders. "Miles ‘Tails’ Prower."
I definitely intend on making more in the foreseeable future.
I’m glad you think so, thank you!
Unusually Large Food Night. Stream starts at 9 PM Eastern and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs begins at 9:30 PM Eastern.
Then, after that, I’m streaming James and the Giant Peach
come on by tonight for a big old peach
"I feel like the resemblance ends at being COMPLETELY, eternally incapable of smiling." - Siro
The last four episodes of Korra have been released and boy, watching them was like being repeatedly punched in the face with a fist loaded with FUCK YEAH. I’m one of the few who had been consistently enjoying this season from the beginning, but by the time “Beginnings” aired it went from being a good show to an awesome one. I intend on watching the last two episodes when they air on television, as watching from my laptop isn’t the same, and my Korra experience just isn’t complete without the jarring intro of “Full House” playing right afterward.
Playing the latest Ace Attorney game you, no doubt, experienced a nostalgic sensation one way or another. It’s been three years since we got a widely available release after all, and if you’re a die-hard fan, it’s hard not to feel a little spark of nostalgia.
But the truth of the matter is, it was always there. That’s right, even when you first picked up your first game, not knowing what was in it, you still somehow couldn’t shake off that nostalgia that was clambering away at your senses. Why was that? It was a brand new game to you, one you never experienced it before. Maybe it was something about the music that was setting it off. Maybe it was the sprite animations.
Or maybe you were playing Sonic the Hedgehog all along.
Released in November of 2006 for the Gamecube and the Nintendo Wii, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess was best remembered for its controversial change of Link being right-handed in the Wii version, a cinematic approach to cutscenes, the sassy companion Midna, and, of course, the utilization of changing from a human form to a wolf one and vice-versa.
What it’s less remembered for, however, is how the plot can easily be changed from a story of saving the world, to a sprawling BDSM fantasy incorporating the kinks of femdom and petplay with the simple change of Link’s name to “slut.” I am documenting my progress through photographs as I play through this widely different take on the game. Thus far, Ordon Village is shown to be much more open about discussing sex and sex work, even to the point that they don’t appear to shield the subject from their children. In many respects, with this simple name change, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess may be the most sex-positive mainstream game yet!
i think my favorite part about playing the ace attorney games is edgeworth because he goes from demon to dork real quick
okay first impression of him is on the box art for the first game and you’re all “ooooh bad guy. looks like an evil jerk”
and then you get to ace attorney investigations and
are you even the same person?