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yeah I like wizard den-o w and drive
I'll have to find it
onlinethrough legitimate means and watch it if I ever have the time.
But I'm gonna log off right now, been under the weather lately and I'd rather not stay up too late, but I should be on sometime tomorrow. Hope you have a good night!
I'M TRYING TO GET INTO THE WHOLE "REMIX" SCENE AND SO FAR IT'S BEEN DRIVING ME LOCO IN THE COCO.
Want to listen?
I've hit a wall, inspiration escapes me. But check them out, if you'd like to.
Otherwise, hope y'all are having a good day/night.
Concerning the MLP comic story "The Root of the Problem":
THE DEERS ARE SOOOOOOO COOL!
It's a shame how the show won't use any of the canon from the comics because I would absolutely love to see more of King Aspen and Thicket (I mean, I might see him and the city make a return in the subsequent issues but I haven't gotten that far yet).
I love how they seemingly took inspiration from The Lord of the Rings by making Thicket look Lothlórien-esque with it's intricate architecture being implemented into the trees.
I also love how the deers have apparently been just chillin' in the Everfree Forest while the Mane 6 have been in there I don't know how many times and haven't ran into each other before.
I'm really hoping I get to see more of the deers as I read on.
This isn't really a review, more like me expressing joy after reading a good story.
Ummm... as you were.
I finally checked out Equidev's Horse Game for a bit.
Although it understandably feels aimless and has practically little purpose, the gameplay was its saving grace and it was a pretty fun experience for what it was.
Now I'm hoping Equidev comes back from their pilgrimage or whatever it is they're doing now to finally do something with it.
I'm thankful for the cool people I've had the opportunity to talk with on here.
Happy Thanksgiving, y'all!
And if you don't celebrate today, have a happy regular day!
I've been trying to get into Warframe lately.
Here's my review of the first couple of hours summed up in one video:
And here it is in text-form!
The gameplay is sort of entertaining, but it feels like the characters are naming so many things and then expects me to care about them, even though their main goal seems to be for me to just collect and buy stuff.
I suppose that's my fault for wanting another game with a solid story in this current gaming climate.
Oh well, at least it was free.
SO LIKE COMMENT AND SUBSCRIBE 4 MORE!!! xD
I've recently watched 3 films that were in my backlog, so I got that going for me.
Although I've tried to withhold any potential spoilers, here are my general thoughts on each, if you're keen:
ROGUE ONE: Finally, a Star Wars film that isn't all about the Jedi and destiny... right?
Still, I appreciate it for it's relatively grounded approach and execution. Gareth Edwards's use of scaling was also magnificent.
Totally one of my favorite Star Wars films thus far.
JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 2: Chapter 2 adds more to the mythos of the John Wick universe (Wick-iverse?) to great effect.
I felt that it's compelling Gun Fu elements were not without purpose, as some were intricately woven into the narrative.
A triumph of a sequel.
SWORD ART ONLINE THE MOVIE: ORDINAL SCALE: "One of these things is not like the other...~"
Animation was top notch, but everything else was average. It's essentially what you'd expect from a SAO film, without going too much into spoilers. But if you've seen it, then you know
it's just another "Kirito saves the day because of pseudo-harem anime protagonist reasons" type of story.
A decent addition to a decent series, I suppose.
But on a related note, I am looking forward to see how they do that upcoming Alternative Gun Gale Online anime.
I might watch a few more films over the weekend and post my thoughts on here. Or I might not. Who knows?
I certainly don't because it's already past midnight here and I wouldn't doubt if this post will read as incomprehensible gibberish by morning.
Good night/day, y'all.
Oh yeah, I also saw Thor: Ragnarok. T'was a good one.
However, I still maintain that they should've left out any mention of The Hulk to make it an even bigger reveal (same with Spider-Man in Civil War).
But yeah, still definitely worth the watch if you're into the whole superhero movie thing.
The only positive I took away from Justice League is the way the Lego Batman Movie sequel could potentially spin it as another one of Batman's "phases".