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Look which game got a slick Taxman style update!
The parallax scrolling is very smooth, and the Special Stage appears to have a more 3D look (best seen in action) now that it fills more of the screen!
Same type of menu system as the update for Sonic 1 had, as well as the same kind of customizable D-Pad and which of the three versions (that is to the Japan, Europe and US) of the game you want active. I personally enjoy the look of the Japanese art and box a bit more, but it’s neat to have the option if I ever want to change things up. :3
Now, if only Sega could port us an iOS version of Sonic 3, and Sonic & Knuckles (preferably with the “lock on” version of the games as well). Then I’d have the Core Genesis Classics sans Mean Bean Machine (heck, that would be nice to have too!) for mobile. One can only dream…
Anyway, I highly recommend this version of Sonic 2. It’s clearly put together with the opinions of the fans (especially those who grew up with this game) in mind.
I’m personally eager to finally be able to roam Hidden Palace without having to hack or risk crashing the game.
Maybe I’m just old fashioned when it comes to Pokemon, but if I hatched a shiny Charmander, I’d still keep it.
Heck, I don’t even think I’ve really ever released a Pokemon before. Even if the egg didn’t hatch what I expected, I still keep the poor dear, considering I spent an innumerable amount of steps carrying the egg in my party.
What’s the deal with IVs anyway?
But, I was just looking at a list of important enough characters who have been killed off or died throughout the series, and in 6 seasons so for, the count is well over 60 or so.
Yikes. Many of whom will earn you some feels before you see them axed before your very eyes. Often brutally.
I won’t spoil anything, by the way.
Maybe I should just conclude that “Sons of Anarchy” will likely kill off anyone you may like. Not even main cast is totally immune. And those who are, are completely shattered in the process. And anyone you hate, will likely get just enough redemption to earn some approval from you, only for them to go out as well. And those who are totally unredeemable, you can only hope they get a hit on them soon…
That said, this season finale was quite hard to watch without flinching or freaking out.
The acting was superb, and you could really feel the hurt the characters were feeling. I mean, that’s standard, but I mean, when they broke… You felt it. You saw the fear in the eyes, the hurt, the love, the total broken emptiness… The cast did a fabulous job as always.
But the last fifteen minutes. INTENSE. And there’s that crushing feeling that you know that nothing is ever going to be alright with them again. Yikes.
I suppose it doesn’t help that the program is basically “Hamlet on Motorcycles”, so you know that stuff will go down, and you can anticipate who is a parallel to who, meaning you know the idea of what will happen in the end… But wow.
Kurt Sutter, you brilliant man, you. Kudos for creating a program that my family follows very closely, to the point that it’s our thing.
I mean, my Mom usually doesn’t like content like this, but you’ve created a story with characters that immediately captured her attention early in the run of things, and she’s never missed an airdate since she started in with season 2. That’s impressive, as this is one of the few shows that she’s found important enough to drop everything to get that TV on for the new episodes.
I myself don’t actually care much about motorcycles and can’t really tell much of one from the other beyond the logo stamped on it, but what makes your program so great to me is that I don’t have to be a motorcycle enthusiast to still appreciate the characters, the world they’re in and what they do. I love that.
After each episode, my Mom and I will sometimes discuss what we’ve seen and what we predict what may happen once the show comes back. We think of how the characters will be affected by what happened, or if a bombshell was dropped, we wonder and worry of how they’ll react, drawing on how we’ve seen them respond before.
It’s rare for us to have a common series that we can continually discuss like that, and I have to admit: I’m going to be sad when the show reaches it’s ultimate end.
No more anticipating the next season after that.
No more listening for the first announcement of the upcoming seasons in the September times.
No more Tuesday nights at 10PM on FX that we all just drop our projects and gather around the TV to tune in.
No more “Ah!” and “*gasp*!” and “Oh!” when things take a twist.
No more of that really neat looking table the Club has.
No more watching Abel and Thomas grow as the show progresses (little Abel started in the program before he was even born! Now the little guy is running around on play structures, and speaking! )
I really do hope that prequel series idea is legit, because it would be nice to see before this all started.
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Noooo… Nooo… Nononononononono-! Don’t do it, Gem-! No!
*screeches and yanks glasses off to cover eyes*
OH, GEEZE, I SAW RED! THAT WAS RED! NO! C’MON! WHAT HAVE YOU DONE?
*look back at the TV*
SHE-! SHE’S COMPLETELY LOST IT! NOOoooo-! EVERYTHING WAS GOING TO BE FINE! SHE SNAPPED!
*squeaks in disbelief*
Me, regarding the last fifteen minutes of “Sons of Anarchy” Season 6 Finale. Oooooh, geeze. (via raeloganthemephilesfangirl)
This was seriously me. I took off my glasses to unsee what i saw. I couldnt believe it!!(via lizasaraus)
I know, right? I mean, I KNEW one of them had to go by the end of the season, but GEEZE. O_O—