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81. Posted: Thu 23rd Feb 2012 02:26 GMT
You must learn from the master >
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82. Posted: Thu 23rd Feb 2012 02:33 GMT
I'm glad i experiencd this 3D bad boy in the proto man processy
Takes notes(theres a couple corrections misspelled words writes down on note paper)
I'm glad i experiencd this 3D bad boy in the proto man processy
I'm glad i experiencd this 3D bad boy in the proto man processy
(theres a couple corrections misspelled words writes down on note paper)
Haha 'bodaciously' and 'processy' are words only in the Wave's Vocaby' Plus I forget the 'e' in experienced hehe. That's what happens when you type faster than Sonic the humpHog!
Edited on Thu 23rd February, 2012 @ 02:34 by WaveBoy
83. Posted: Thu 23rd Feb 2012 02:36 GMT
Hahahaha that's awesome. I honestly have no idea what he said at the end of the first video though.
Takes more notes.
Edit: Sonic... the.... hump....Hog. Got it.
Edited on Thu 23rd February, 2012 @ 02:37 by Chrono_Cross
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84. Posted: Wed 21st Mar 2012 05:29 GMT
Resident Evil: Revelations!
Ahhh, how exciting it is to finally play a brand spanking new Resident Evil that not only goes back to it's Darker days of Survival Horror but is in 3D! Anyways, I'll start off with the good.....The Graphics(most of the time 'indoors' that is) are absolutely gorgeous. The Character models, detail and lighting are PS3-calibur and Outshines RE4 for the Wii easily....Of course, the benifit here comes in setting the 3D to 'very strong', maxing the 3D slider all the way up and selecting 'first person' for aiming. In 2D the game looks flat, soft(Where in 3D it looks extremely sharp and realistic)and nowhere near as impressive, but still good nonetheless.
The soundtracks is fantastic and is more in tune with some of the earlier RE games like the original/Rermake, while controls have also gotten a wicked upgrade regarding a few things which everybody already knows about.
My gripes? While the addition of episodes seemed fresh and exciting during the beginning, afterwards I found they became kind of cheap.....Since all of them(aside from maybe 1 or 2, can't seem to remember) are just mindless shoot outs against hunters and Zombie wolves. They break up the main flow of the game wich i guess is sort of refreshing and are fun here and there but these particular episodes don't feel like a traditional RE game. Instead they tend to feel like lazy B grade RE5 action heavy filler just to leagnthen the game. Plus i found the outdoor graphics to be nowhere near as impressive as the indoor. The game's frame rate also takes a dip here and there if things begin to get alittle too crazy on screen or even if you're in an elevator, the framerate goes crazy-choppy. Puzzles wise, i enjoyed the touch screen Puzzles(even though they were easy, sparse and didn't offer that much variety, which would of been nice! ) And the Story?.........Wasn't that crazy over it....At least with the whole O'brien and Morgan thing. It was kind of predictable what can I say.
That aside, the final boss was a beast! One of the toughest hands down in the franchise. He looked like some sort of Aqua Tyrant. Great way to end the game, possibly one of the most memorable sequences in the game. Also, Capcom didn't include that amazing Online cut scene sequence regarding Rachel & the ooze monsters, where it shows basically how she got killed. That scene alone makes all of the others weak in comparison and i was very dissapointed to see it get axed from the game. All in all Revelations is still definitly one of the better better RE games aside from it's minor quirks.
Edited on Wed 9th May, 2012 @ 05:42 by theblackdragon
85. Posted: Wed 21st Mar 2012 12:39 GMT
Ridge Racer 3D
Gameplay 8/10 (some nasty cheating by the AI vehicles stops this getting a 9 or a 10)Sound 7/10 (Voice over sounds nice and really encourages you to do better, car sounds are average, but good enough)Depth 7/10 (single player will take a while to finish and is very fun, streetpass used for ghost data. Lack of spotpass alone makes this a 7)
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86. Posted: Thu 22nd Mar 2012 11:28 GMT
Already Finished : Ace Combat Legacy --> superb, Instant action, fun and fast, especially the ace difficulty. The soundtracks?? --> Amazing !.
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87. Posted: Thu 5th Apr 2012 19:34 BST
Okay, finished a couple of games and here's the low down (And to keep things shorter, I'll say all the S3D in the games are wonderful):
Kid Icarus Uprising - Just loved almost everything about it, both offline and online campaign withstanding. The controls Which were one of the major issues were tricky at first, but after a level or two I got the hang of it. There's alot of things that I want to say, but to keep things short, I think i see a top GotY contender for the 3DS. Oh and use those headphones... you'll love it.
Resident Evil Revelaytons - To be blunt, This is Resident Evil 5 in my eyes. Although not quite the horror title the series was known for before RE4, it does manage to recapture some of the creepy elements of the past games plus some memorable characters. There are some issues I had, like the disappointing enemies or the major frame dips when going to the next area, but thankfully they wont stop this game from reaching GotY level. The single player campaign was great, but thats only half the fun, as raid mode will keep you busy for a long time. As with Kid Icarus, you better make use of those headphones, and get that CPP tumor while you're at it.
Sakura Samurai - Basically, this is Punch out in a Japan feudal times setting with some elements of Okami. I just love sword fights, so its no surprise tha I have a personal affinity with this game. This game relies heavily on skill and precision, so pattern memorization is required as opposed to mindless hack and slashing. For a 3DSWare title, it has alot of assets going for it, I'd even say that this could have passed as a Retail title just as Steel Diver did. Yes, it can get repetitive at times, but if you love Punchout style gameplay, I'm sure you will be all over it.
VVVVVV - I love Metroidvanias and I also love some fresh quirky gameplay mechanics as well, so no doubt I was all over it. It had everything a great retro platformer needed, unique art style, stellar soundtrack and most importantly, Difficulty. You will die in this game alot, let me make this clear and I am okay with it. Games need challenges that make the players stop and think for a moment on how to asses the situation. If there is one thing I'm not too fond about, it is the slippery physics of the character. This game demands alot of precision, and when your character doesn't stop immediately, you can expect to fall on the V's alot. Still, a great game for lovers of retro titles and hard core challenges alike, and with the user generated levels, this will last you a long time.
Zen Pinball 3D - I love pinball, even if I was an amateur I was hooked into it even back to the space pinball game on the PC, so I got this game on impulse when I had the chance. You get four varying pinball tables in this game, each with a different set of objectives and missions. The "mechanisms" of the game has that feeling of realism where you think it could be replicated irl. Thats what I like about this game, it reminds me of those flashy pin ball tables I used to play in the arcades, and having it on the go is the icing on the cake. If that was the icing, then the S3D is the cherry on top, seriously, you needed the S3D to get the maximizing experience. Overall, great game and fans of the genre should get it as it is the only pin ball game currently on the eshop.
Edited on Thu 5th April, 2012 @ 19:34 by Karakato
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88. Posted: Thu 5th Apr 2012 23:00 BST
metal gear solid - snake eater 3D
graphics: best 3D i have seen on my 3DS yet. detailed charakters. wondeful dschungel
sound: great voicework. guns and enviroments sound very realsitic. only letdown is the music. don't get me wrong the music is superb but compared to MGS it feels kinda weak sometimes. but nothing will ever beat MGS-credits song.
story: well the MGS-series is known for it's crazy storyline and this one is no exception. even beginners can understand and enjoy the story. it is not so crazy like other MGS games and that is a bit disapointing for a MGS-fan like me
gameplay: wooooooooooooooow this is so great. so many weapons, items and ways of playing the game. you wanna shoot? do it! you wanna sneak? do it! you wanna jerk around with your enemies? do it! love the healing and food system! more games should implement this
bosses: very cool. my favorite one is against the sorrow. but i wont go into detail here and spoil. i can only say it is very different to other bossfights! in a good, refreshing way ! although it doesnt come close to the bossfight in MGS against psycho mantis. but again: MGS cant be beaten. best game ever.
content: i beat the game on my first playthrough with normal difficulty in under 19hours. tried to sneak wherever my skills allowed it. you can unlock many new items/weapons/camouflage through the game. sadly there are no VR-missions (were there some in the PS2version?) and no multiplayer. but the singleplayer alone makes this worth the money.
conclusion: get it. play it. love it. only reason for not picking this game up is when you've already played other versions of this game.
PS: no problem playing the game without the circlepadpro. that piece of plastic is totally overrated.
Edited on Thu 5th April, 2012 @ 23:06 by 6ch6ris6
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89. Posted: Wed 9th May 2012 04:29 BST
Just finished up this little radtastic 3D Classic a few weeks ago....
Kid Icarus: 3D Classics!I couldn't wait to blast back to Angel land in one of my most beloved nostalgic NES experiences of my childhood, 'only' to be slightly dissapointed right off the bat that certain Sound effects weren't from the US NES version and instead were taken directly straight out of the Famicom original, changing Pit's 'when he gets hit' iconic magical SFX to a lame "umph!" annoyed me, plus there were other changes icluding Pit's indoor Area foot steps which again i found not as pleasing to the ears. The difficulty almost seems to of been knocked down in spots as well...The Reaper can now be killed when he's shrieking for help, and the reapettes move a lot slower than in the NES version.
Negatives aside! While i didn't like a couple of the new backgrounds which seemed to be a litle too detailed & unfitting for their own good most of them were just gorgeous...LOVED Sky World's backdrops especially and the new colorful glittery platforms hehe. Anyways! what more is there to say? it's still Kid ICarus and it's still a classic in it's own righty' Still, the difficulty is a bit akward, considering the overworld/underworld stages start out harder and gradually get easier as you progress and that's because Pit gets jacked up Mr.T Style with health upgrades and new weapons that you can purchase that make him an angelic beast in the proccess.
And as much as i enjoy the Temples, there's something about them that feels slightly lacking. It would of been rad had they made you collect certain items, or obtain keys to get to the next area instead of just wandering through a confusing lookalike egg plant riddled maze while smashing/freeing those Angel defender dudes(but that's up to you) along the way. The 3rd temple should be under the dictionary under the word IRITATING Oh and the 3D effect is very nice, but I think it's safe to say that Kirby still has the upper hand.
All in all, i still prefer the original a bit, but that's just because i prefer the 'NES' SFX, playing it on the Tube, the higher difficulty and that amazing late 80's Nostalgia.
Edited on Wed 9th May, 2012 @ 06:17 by WaveBoy
90. Posted: Wed 9th May 2012 04:54 BST
Gargoyles Quest!Possibly one of thee' best titles on the Nintendo 3DS VC catalogue no question. At first i was a bit thrown off by the RPG riddled 'random enounters', but those sections of the game are so few and far between that it's no real biggie at all considering this game seriously has everything else going for it. If only it were in Color! The platforming is top quality stuff and it has it's own unique dinstinct style that i haven't seen anywhere else. Capcom goonies need to put down the Mega Man & Street Fighter and download this bad boy ASAP. It's cool enough that ]Firebrand from the famed Ghosts 'n Goblin series basically got his own series. I bet Ghost 'n Goblin fans back in the day never would of saw that coming a million Mega miles away! Can't wait to get my hands on Gargoyles Quest II for the NES...And I'll most likely save 'Demon's Crest' for next halloween muhahahaha. Thanks Ryno for sparking my interest in this most gnarliest semi-forgotton underrated franchise that simply puts most other 8-bit platformers to shame.
Fortified Zone!I was quite suprised by this one. It has a unique blend of gameplay with a slight splash of Commando, Metal Gear and The Legend of Zelda, the chip tunes are great stuff and if you want a supreme retro challenge than look no further!..At least with the final two stages. You can switch beteen either the slower dude with a stronger machine gun, or select the dudette who's not only faster, but can jump...Yet her Hand gun doesn't do as much damage in comparison. Either way, You'll constantly be switching between the two to tackle whatever room or obstacle that seems to benifit around their strong points. If you don't get Foritified you're going to be mortified, get in the Zone!
Shinobi!Step aside Gaiden, Shinobi's in town! I really enjoyed this one, trial and error with quick Ninja Skills are required otherwise you're going to get slaughtered faster than The Karate Kid getting beat down by a drunken Jean Claude Van Damme! Using the restore point on the final stage is a must....I doubt any of you beat it without it!
Balloon Kid!I think the main problem right off the bat that everybody will have a problem with are the lousy sloppy & slippery bogus controls which make the game far weaker than it could of been. I remember Balloon Fight controlling a lot better, but i could be wrong. You do get used to it, but there's no getting around to how much better it could of controlled. the challenge eventually picks up during the later half of the game, with stages 7 and especially 8 being gruesomely tough! I'll admit, I never use restore points but i had to on the last stage. I blame my dieing on the craptastic controls. Also, the last boss was NOT what I was expecting...Once he started to moving around i couldn't help but laugh. he looked like the tin man getting his funk on, you really need to see it for yourself haha. Overall I found Balloon kid to be average to decent. Still glad i checked it out, even though it's easily the weakest GB VC title I've gotten my mega mits on. Oh and I absolutely love the opening Balloon Kid theme, as you see you brother fly away in the sky, it captures the 8-bit wonder & sadness of the situation perfectly.lol
Edited on Wed 9th May, 2012 @ 06:47 by WaveBoy
91. Posted: Fri 11th May 2012 01:57 BST
Mr Game & Watch GalleryOnce i fired up Octopus i got quite the retro nostalgic rush! My friends dad owned a few of these Mr. Game & Watch hand helds, and while extremely simple they offer a great deal of fun in short bursts. Here, i totaly prefer the 'retro' Mr.Game & Watch, probably because of it's distinct style, where as the Remakes involving Mario, Princess Peachy' and the Mario gang while technically superior from a graphical and gameplay standpoint 'i feel' don't quite have the charm, but they DO offer more fun and variety. I put in about 2-3 hours with it, and that's good enough for me. Can't see myself trying to continuesly best my high score considering it begins to feel like a chore with most of the 'classics' other than Octopus. Groovy stuff all around!....In short bursts that is.
Edited on Fri 11th May, 2012 @ 02:00 by WaveBoy
92. Posted: Fri 11th May 2012 02:29 BST
I'm just now posting on this thread so, my 3DS games so far.
The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time 3D : Finished the story in December 2011, fantastic game! It really improved a lot from the original, I almost can't go back, it was so amazing.
Super Mario 3D Land : Beat the first 8 worlds in February 2012. I didn't love it at first, it felt a little too much like Galaxy, but then I started to really like it. Really solid gameplay, visuals, music, everything's just great.
Kid Icarus Uprising : Finished in April 2012. I LOVE this game, its just one of those games that really stand out to me above most of the games I've been playing in the past year. The music was one of the best game soundtracks I've heard in a while, the characters were so lovable and the story was stellar. Awesome game!
Edit : I'm still working on both Super Mario 3D Land and Mario Kart 7
Edited on Fri 11th May, 2012 @ 02:37 by Emaan
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93. Posted: Fri 11th May 2012 03:06 BST
Guess I'll join in...SM3D LandWhat can I say? It's new, it was enhoyable... But not as fun as other games. I had a blast, but I wouldn't say it's that amazing of a game. I still love it though.LoZ OoT 3DFantastic game. I hadn't played through the original, but this instantly had me hooked. Although, it didn't even hold a candle to...
Kid Icarus: UprisingMy god, where do I begin?! This game... This game! This game is amazing! This game is in the top percentage of games. Two up, two down, left, right, left, right, B, THIS GAME!! What is this game? A amazing pile of awesome! It's dangerous to go alone, take this game! All of this game are belong to us!Still not getting the references/seeing my point?
Oh, this game is just so good. I PIT-Y (wasn't funny) those who experience pain playing this. How DEPRESSING it must be to not be able to play such a MAGNIFICENT GAME! I've had the pleasure to have been exposed to a lot of different genres and different games recently. Batman, Xenoblade, and more, all amazing games. But something about this game just stays with me. It understands me. It feels my pain. It's my friend.Oh wait. I don't have friends. Oh well. Everything about it is fun to me. The gameplay, both fast paced and chaotic, without ever reaching incomprehensible. I love games like that. The feeling of the rush, the chaos surrounding you... But You can control it. It's beautiful. The script and voice acting... I don't know if it's because I'm still mostly young, but this reminds me of when I would wake up each morning to watch cartoons. It's not a feeling of Nolstalgia though, as both the script and acting are phenomenal, being as good as all those Saturday morning cartoons, without forcing it. While I'm not one to look to when asking about that quality of an online service, I enjoyed KI's Multiplayer modes a lot. While the chaos is not as controllable as playing the Campaign, that is the intention. Dying holds far less consequence, so they made it so you may die more in the fierce team or free-for-all matches. I had a lot of fun.
The story. Oh man... I had to check the label on the box. It was really made by Nintendo? Well, Sakurai is godly, so I wasn't THAT shocked. But still. The story WASN'T a typical Nintendo story. There were PLOT TWISTS! Ones that DIDNT involve "the Main Series Villian is the real Villian!" (Mario, Zelda, Metroid [to an extent], DKC,...hmm, all except Kirby...which is another Sakurai series. Hmm.) All the characters seemed fleshed out, had charm, and they way they interacted with each other without disrupting the flow of battle made it even more enjoyable. Oh, and the Music has some of the best tunes if heard in it as well.
So all in all, Kid Icarus is amazing. So good. I can't say that you will say the same, as my tastes are quie different than most. (I liked Other M, and Kirby's Air Ride and Super Mario Sunshine are some of favorite games) However, I do implore you to try the game for yourself. It is a wonderful game, and for the love of gosh, if you don't enjoy it stop blaming the game for your differing tastes! The controls work fine for me, so claiming they're broken is impossible if people can use them. But I digress.
Buy it. Play it. Love it. (Or die)I might be kidding.
Edited on Fri 11th May, 2012 @ 03:10 by TysonOfTime
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94. Posted: Fri 11th May 2012 03:10 BST
I just finished Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy to it's fullest, and it was so good that it was my Game of the Year 2011 for me. The sounds. The gameplay. Almost everything about the game entranced me. For more information, check out my full written review at https://primedmetroid.wordpress.com/2012/05/08/ace-combat-ass...
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95. Posted: Fri 11th May 2012 19:27 BST
Guess I'll join in...SM3D LandWhat can I say? It's new, it was enhoyable... But not as fun as other games. I had a blast, but I wouldn't say it's that amazing of a game. I still love it though.LoZ OoT 3DFantastic game. I hadn't played through the original, but this instantly had me hooked. Although, it didn't even hold a candle to...Kid Icarus: UprisingMy god, where do I begin?! This game... This game! This game is amazing! This game is in the top percentage of games. Two up, two down, left, right, left, right, B, THIS GAME!! What is this game? A amazing pile of awesome! It's dangerous to go alone, take this game! All of this game are belong to us!Still not getting the references/seeing my point?Oh, this game is just so good. I PIT-Y (wasn't funny) those who experience pain playing this. How DEPRESSING it must be to not be able to play such a MAGNIFICENT GAME! I've had the pleasure to have been exposed to a lot of different genres and different games recently. Batman, Xenoblade, and more, all amazing games. But something about this game just stays with me. It understands me. It feels my pain. It's my friend.Oh wait. I don't have friends. Oh well. Everything about it is fun to me. The gameplay, both fast paced and chaotic, without ever reaching incomprehensible. I love games like that. The feeling of the rush, the chaos surrounding you... But You can control it. It's beautiful. The script and voice acting... I don't know if it's because I'm still mostly young, but this reminds me of when I would wake up each morning to watch cartoons. It's not a feeling of Nolstalgia though, as both the script and acting are phenomenal, being as good as all those Saturday morning cartoons, without forcing it. While I'm not one to look to when asking about that quality of an online service, I enjoyed KI's Multiplayer modes a lot. While the chaos is not as controllable as playing the Campaign, that is the intention. Dying holds far less consequence, so they made it so you may die more in the fierce team or free-for-all matches. I had a lot of fun.The story. Oh man... I had to check the label on the box. It was really made by Nintendo? Well, Sakurai is godly, so I wasn't THAT shocked. But still. The story WASN'T a typical Nintendo story. There were PLOT TWISTS! Ones that DIDNT involve "the Main Series Villian is the real Villian!" (Mario, Zelda, Metroid [to an extent], DKC,...hmm, all except Kirby...which is another Sakurai series. Hmm.) All the characters seemed fleshed out, had charm, and they way they interacted with each other without disrupting the flow of battle made it even more enjoyable. Oh, and the Music has some of the best tunes if heard in it as well.So all in all, Kid Icarus is amazing. So good. I can't say that you will say the same, as my tastes are quie different than most. (I liked Other M, and Kirby's Air Ride and Super Mario Sunshine are some of favorite games) However, I do implore you to try the game for yourself. It is a wonderful game, and for the love of gosh, if you don't enjoy it stop blaming the game for your differing tastes! The controls work fine for me, so claiming they're broken is impossible if people can use them. But I digress.Buy it. Play it. Love it. (Or die)I might be kidding.
That was quite impressive. It is a great game though (So is OOT 3D.....SM3DL is good too).
Edited on Fri 11th May, 2012 @ 19:27 by Whopper744
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96. Posted: Fri 11th May 2012 20:14 BST
@JoshersHeh, thanks. I just had to gush.Oh, one more thing.
@WaveBoyHURRY UP AND BUY KID ICARUS UPRISING! Do it. Excuses like having too much of a backlog shouldn't stop you from playing this. So buy it. Immediately.
97. Posted: Sun 13th May 2012 17:50 BST
Just beat Bit. trip SAGA. While it doesn't even compare to CONPLETE it's still amazing! So many great games In one for such a low price, amazing. Lag in Runner wasn't nearly as bad as people say.
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98. Posted: Sun 13th May 2012 19:00 BST
Well, here goes nothing.
Kid Icarus: UprisingI was watching some videos about KI:U. Looks cool, maybe I'll get this one. But, aside from other game which were announced (Like SM3DL, MK7 etc.) this one didn't really hook me. However, a few weeks ago, I started looking into some trailers and reviews. Some said it was a fairly decent, but fun game. Others said it was an astonishing experience. Conclusion: I wasn't sure: Should I buy it, or not...? Well, I did. And.. wow, just wow. I haven't seen a game like this in flippin' ages!
As you might've already guessed, this game is my favorite 3DS game so far. And you know what the funny thing is? The game I was actually looking forward too, like Mario 3D Land and Mario kart 7 for example, didn't turn out to be the games I was expecting. And then there is this game. I didn't expect too much from it from the very beginning. And then there were my first moments of playing the game. And yes, It's truly amazing. Truly, amazing.Do I really have to start talking about all the things this game did so well? No, let's talk about the negative points first. What? Oh, it seems I couldn't find any. Yep, I couldn't find a single, major flaw. Even the controls, where everybody's complaing about. I mean, this game controls are a bit wonky when you start playing it, but they grow on you. Just like the story. And ah, the story, what can I say about this? It's 'H'amazing! The multiplayer? Solid and worked out very well. (I do have some disconnection errors, but I still don't know how that's possible). The extras? Where do I start? There are so many extras! Idols, powers, weapons, AR cards, a portrait, achievements, they're all there! And no, I didn't find a flaw in there.
Basically, what I'm trying to say is that if you HAVE a 3DS, you simply NEED to buy this game IMMEDIATELY if you see it in a store. Play it. Feel it. Amaze it. Be it.
Thank you for reading this, oh, and one last thing. BUY IT. NOW!
Edited on Sun 13th May, 2012 @ 19:00 by Terave
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99. Posted: Sun 13th May 2012 21:24 BST
@Terave, I know what you mean. I wasn't expecting much from Kid Icarus Uprising, but woah did it amaze me. Best game I've played in a while! Love it!
100. Posted: Mon 14th May 2012 16:45 BST
Same here, even after I've beaten the story.