|Caminante Nocturno |
Is the trigger warning for the ghost dinosaur skeleton that shows up at 8:55? I can see how that could scare someone, but I was too busy looking at the sexy cave girls to really pay attention to it.
Sexy Duck Cop
Anything with skeletons should contain a trigger warning. One time my own skeleton tried to escape from my mouth and it was the spookiest goddamned Bar Mitzvah ever. I can still hear it screaming.
|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. |
I was expecting this to be *a lot* worse from title/description
Two Jar Slave
Everyone was trying to be polite and you came along and ruined it. Way to lower the bar, Sexy.
...and you ARE Sexy! ;-D
Hey SDC, TRIGGER WARNING read backward at your own risk:
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Every time they beat a boss, they rape a woman.
That's not true at all, EH. Sometimes they just watch.
I just watched Quest for Fire last night, which this game was a faithful adaptation of.
|Kid Fenris |
Data East's legacy: Boogie Wings, the Bad Dudes intro, and THIS.
At least they dropped in Karnov around 8:30.
Data East/SEGA IMO was the most successful pinball producer, and had the biggest names too, like Jurassic Park, Star Wars Star Trek and WWF to name a few. They struck when the iron was hot way before Stern or Williams got around to focusing on franchises, but also awarded the player for performing moves that do permanent damage to the machines, so you don't see them too much anymore.
And now all you see is one company trying to put out JP, SW, ST AND WWF which for the most part are all clones of each other, vs. Data East's pretty unique approach to every playfield.
IZ, Stern is basically SEGA, they (unless things changed recently) employ a lot of the same people. Data East was bought out by Sega, which then got bought out and rebranded as Stern (who were defunct for quite some time before the buy out). There are some good Data East pinballs, but they made just as many pure shit pinballs. I don't think SEGA made a single really great one. Williams and Bally made almost all of the most classic pinballs, and for the most part used superior parts as well.
Also Karnov is the shit!
J&M was also the only game I had for my Game Gear. I don't remember much about it but it was really fun, for the 5 minutes of unplugged portable play you could get out of the fucker
oh shit I was thinking of Chuck Rock! There were a lot of cavemansploitation games in the 90s huh
I haven't played Joe and Mac 2 for SNES in decades but I do have a cassette of an old band practice from 10th grade that starts with our singer complaining abut how it's too easy, before we make him stop playing and sing.
What I'm saying is that solid or not, the gameplay was officially too easy far a 15 year old with diagnosed, bona fide, schizotypal personality disorder, so they were missing their core demographic.
I always liked my games kind of easy; my old brother in law was telling me about when they got a NES and dad made them stay up until they could beat Contra, on a school night. Without the 30 lives code because nobody knew it yet. Then again he's also a dad who threw a football shaped decoration through the TV during a packers game.. I hope that guy's head has exploded knowing that I get a lot of satisfaction with each packers loss, which has been a lot, this season.
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Sexy Duck Cop
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Does this game have...a laugh track?
Also, is someone shouting "i have a problem" in thier best Jerry Lewis when you eat the big meat?
I think Mystical Ninja 64 had a laugh track too, and also random cutscenes from Metal Gear Solid 3, but that's all I can think of.
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