I am also not disagreeing with the theory, but why did the old lady need Sansa to unknowingly smuggle the crystal when she could have smuggled it herself? »
Wonderful 101 is a really great game, kept me on the Wii U for a month or two. Looking forward to Smash Bros and might get Monster Hunter if I really want to lose hours of my life. At the moment I haven't been playing the console, I got a 2ds (which I love) so Fire Emblem is keeping me going. »
Haha, I don't think Back to the Future and Star Trek IV are the best examples of rigorous time travel story telling. Bill and Ted outshines them both for cause and effect playfulness, and is far less of a headache than Primer ;) »
I guess since they're all veterans of game making they're looking to keep decent salaries during the process... whereas your usual run of the mill kickstarter game is run by some hungry kid who's willing to live off tins of beans for the next twelve months. »
It's meandering malaise with no real point to it. Having exhausted all there is to say about Nintendo we are entering into a post modern era of games journalism where writers try to express the absurdity of it all with montages of Nintendo related experience. »
I got a 2ds and love it....I don't things that flip open and closed, they feel dinky to me, so the more solid design of the 2ds is right up my alley. You don't need 3d to enjoy/play the games and it's great value without it. But if you've got the money then get the 3ds I guess. At least then you'd have the option. »
Classic Tony the Tiger is so much cooler. The modern one looks like he should be in Space Jam or some other crap.
I recently watched it for the first time. One aspect that I loved about it, and which you might disagree with me on, is how separate they all are from one another. They never, really, truly, become best friends, in the Joss Whedon, 'Rag tag crew of losers becomes all the family they need,' sense.
Sure, they help each… »