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WaveBoy

A child's game or not, Kirby's Epic yarn is graphically incredibly unique, how could you 'not' want to try it out? It's a breath of fresh air as far as art direction goes, and it looks insanely fun. I'm a kid at heart and will always be muhaha.
Anyways as for your interest in gaming, which has been waning I can slightly say the same for me, but it depends. I don't spend 4-5 hours on a game though. Usually up to 2-3 depending, it's all about balance. I don't know how people can sit around and playing videogames ALL day, THAT feels like a complete waste, too much of anything is a bad thing.

Anyways, I'm in a sticky position though. I'm passionate about the videogame and film industry but I'm ill at the moment and in and out of the doctors, so I've got a major road block going on due to some crazy mercury poisining which has been eating up alot of my time. I've been sick for 4 years now which nailed me out of college, so I'm pretty frusturated right now since everything before was going great. When you don't have your health and when it effects you physically and maybe even mentaly nothing else really matters but getting your health back. But i try to shake out of it and still take interest in what I love, it's just totaly frusturating.lol Especially when you take so much pride in your looks like I do. I know I know, that sounded like a total buzz kill haha.

Anyways to each their own. Personally I prefer videogames that are imaginitive, colorful, surreal and dream-like. I'm not a fan of SCFI or War themed games, or SandBox, Sims andShooters. I LOVE horror on the other hand

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SkullMan

I truly believe at being a kid at heart, But I guess I see the difference of being young and childlike at heart and being fully childlike. I think I can retain that view on life without doing childish things.

Mercury poisoning?! How does one get that? Too much Kirby?

Send me the best you've got. Send me your strongest machines. The fight my brother fought, here, now, will end with me.

kkslider5552000

Outside of the occasional actually well written game story, I don't care about gaming being relevent to me or my age. The less relevent the better. It's been said way too much but gaming really is about escaping real life instead of having it remind me of real life.

Besides if you want something that reflects "where you are in life" I'd suggest books, movies or even anime before video games.

And really I'm glad to see that even after it being the first video game I ever beat (Kirby's Adventure) that Kirby is still around and being cute yet awesome 15 years later.

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WaveBoy

SkullMan wrote:

I truly believe at being a kid at heart, But I guess I see the difference of being young and childlike at heart and being fully childlike. I think I can retain that view on life without doing childish things.

Mercury poisoning?! How does one get that? Too much Kirby?

when I was 21, and as a source of protein I was eating wayyyyy to much Tuna, I'm talking around 10 cans a week. My Naturo Path said my mercury levels were off the charts. And when that happens it can disrupt your entire body, like your glands, auto immune system ect ect. It can even cause nerve and brain damage over a long period of time, even cancer depending. So yep, It sucks!

I used to be pretty fit, but now I've lost probably around 25-30 pounds of muscle, have skin problems, insomnia, heart paluputations, crazy head pressure, the works! But i'm actually on treatment now, but it's a very slow process. I just want my health back so I can get back into the game, it's been a while since I've had some action And then there's college and blah blah, I gotta do what i love and what I'm passionate about, and being an artist that I have is a huge part of it.

My advice, don't eat too much fish.lol

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WaveBoy

kkslider5552000 wrote:

Outside of the occasional actually well written game story, I don't care about gaming being relevent to me or my age. The less relevent the better. It's been said way too much but gaming really is about escaping real life instead of having it remind me of real life.

Besides if you want something that reflects "where you are in life" I'd suggest books, movies or even anime before video games.

And really I'm glad to see that even after it being the first video game I ever beat (Kirby's Adventure) that Kirby is still around and being cute yet awesome 15 years later.

Well said!

WaveBoy

grumblebuzzz

kkslider5552000 wrote:

Outside of the occasional actually well written game story, I don't care about gaming being relevent to me or my age. The less relevent the better. It's been said way too much but gaming really is about escaping real life instead of having it remind me of real life.

Besides if you want something that reflects "where you are in life" I'd suggest books, movies or even anime before video games.

And really I'm glad to see that even after it being the first video game I ever beat (Kirby's Adventure) that Kirby is still around and being cute yet awesome 15 years later.

^^ This times infinity. Life is often pretty sucktacular. I like playing pretty, colorful things so I can forget about just how sucktacular it is.

When I close my eyes, I see pixilated blood.

WaveBoy

badmouthsadmouth wrote:

kkslider5552000 wrote:

Outside of the occasional actually well written game story, I don't care about gaming being relevent to me or my age. The less relevent the better. It's been said way too much but gaming really is about escaping real life instead of having it remind me of real life.

Besides if you want something that reflects "where you are in life" I'd suggest books, movies or even anime before video games.

And really I'm glad to see that even after it being the first video game I ever beat (Kirby's Adventure) that Kirby is still around and being cute yet awesome 15 years later.

^^ This times infinity. Life is often pretty sucktacular. I like playing pretty, colorful things so I can forget about just how sucktacular it is.

Life can be pretty sucktacular, but life is what you make it. You create your own life style, the way you look, What you eat, What you do, the people you hang out with, what you love, your intersts ect ect.. It can be fantastic, but it can also be the complete opposite...And most of that has to do with having to pull yourself out of bed to go to school or work, having to live with the fact that morons, bums, murderers and gangsters walk the earth.lol If only we lived in a fantasy world, oh well Disney Land is close enough.

For the time being only movies, videogames. Dreams and Acid(lol hehe jk) will take you to that place where you can escape. Just imagine what will come next in the videogame industry.....True Virtual Reality, to smell and feel? Oh it will happen and you can bet your sweet buns Nintendo will be the first to blow everybody away. Aside from 3D for the Wii2 which will no doubt be amazing, I wonder what else in store Nintendo has for us aside from Advanced motion controls, 1080p HD Graphics, Dolby Digital/DTS Master sound and next gen graphics....hmmm

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WaveBoy

SkullMan

kkslider5552000 wrote:

Outside of the occasional actually well written game story, I don't care about gaming being relevent to me or my age. The less relevent the better. It's been said way too much but gaming really is about escaping real life instead of having it remind me of real life.

Besides if you want something that reflects "where you are in life" I'd suggest books, movies or even anime before video games.

And really I'm glad to see that even after it being the first video game I ever beat (Kirby's Adventure) that Kirby is still around and being cute yet awesome 15 years later.

I'm really into books lately, but I feel anime is even more childish than video games.

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kkslider5552000

SkullMan wrote:

I'm really into books lately, but I feel anime is even more childish than video games.

Just because you watched DBZ doesn't mean you watched all anime.

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kkslider5552000

Hell like 99% of anime would be rated TV-14+ in America lololol.

And even ignoring THAT type of mature there's more than enough mature stories

we can do without personal insults, thank you -- TBD

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YoshiSage

SkullMan wrote:

but I feel anime is even more childish than video games.

Death Note.
Bleach.
Inuyasha.
Full Metal Alchemist.

That is all.

I'm gone. Good f*cking bye.

irken004

@YoshiSage Those are pretty childish imo.

Anyway, the Tomorrow Land level looks good. I'll wait for reviews before I consider buying the game though.

kkslider5552000

irken004 wrote:

@YoshiSage Those are pretty childish imo.

I'll give you Bleach and Inuyasha but the other 2? Hahahahahaha no not in any POSSIBLE way.

Detective Conan
Haruhi
Welcome to the NHK!
Soul Eater
Evangelion
Hell, even Astro Boy
Monster
Arguably Hunter X Hunter
FLCL
Baccano!

yeah, you might want to continue talking about Epic Mickey now.

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KanrakusPizza

I dont know what to expect from this one. Considering Disney hasnt really done anything with Mickey for a while, I dont have high hopes.

No, I have not seen the trailer yet.

wont be on here anymore

WaveBoy

Dragon Ball Z is the most anime ever created, calling that childish is absolutely ridiculous. It deals with everything. It's nothing like Pokemon, Naruto, Bleach or those other mainstream anime shows you see on TV.

The Bruce Faulconer Funimation dub is fantastic. That show, has easily got to be one of my biggest inspirations regarding my love for cartoons and animation. It's simply put, out of this world epic. And I'm not even a big fan of anime it all, yet DBZ blew my mind.

Hell, I even enjoyed Sailor Moon back when anime was fresh and new on YTV back in the early 90's Nostalgiaaaa's kickin in. It was actually pretty damn good too, I followed the main series closely and have seen all the episodes. I remember also having a crush on Sailor Jupiter back in the day too haha

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Ben__Harlan

Played it last weekend in GameFest.

It was the very early part of the game and didn't show all the decision stuff they promised, but it was a good beginning. Tla platforming part is great when you combine the use of paint and thinner. The animation looks gorgeous (the ingame and cutscenes). The combats remembered something like Zelda, but much deeper than it seems (i always tried to use paint in enemies to make them allies). and the 2D sidescrolling is just well made (i had some problems in this part, but not so many).

Definetly, first day buy in Zavvi.

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