Half A Heart To Love YouHalf a mind to leave.Half A Heart To Love You1 day ago in Urban & Spoken Word More Like This
impermanencein the end, none of itimpermanence2 days ago in Urban & Spoken Word More Like This
really matters anyway -
we all still wind up in
the wind -
what connects us, besides
birth and death
when no two individuals
truly know one another.
twins become strangers
when night falls,
scattering our bones
into time eternal,
the only true memory of
in the passage of time
left as broken
in the earth
Chickaroo Reviews - PowerPuff Girls (PS1)Chickaroo Reviews - PowerPuff Girls (PS1)2 days ago in Urban & Spoken Word More Like This
Sugar, spice and everything pretty nice, but is this game is as nice as our beloved kindergarten crime fighters from the amazing cartoon?
Game: The PowerPuff Girls: Chemical X-Traction
Systems: PlayStation, Nintendo 64
Release Dates: N64: 10/14/01 (NA)
PS1: 11/18/01 (NA)
Developers: VIS Entertainment
The Perfect Ingredient For a...Pie?
Story: So the story today is that the girls baked a pie and Bubbles accidently puts in Chemical X to make it super. Mojo Jojo somehow gets a hold of the pie and gives to the other villains in Townsville so they are as super as the girls and can cause more crime. And now it’s up to the girls to stop them once more!
Gameplay: So the game is a fighting game, a 3D one to be exact. It’s not side-scrolling. But oh man, it’s just kind of hectic. Really, all the game is, is throwing items at the other character. That’s really it. The characters do have moves, sure. B
Chickaroo Reviews - Sailor Moon (SNES)Chickaroo Reviews - Sailor Moon (SNES)2 days ago in Urban & Spoken Word More Like This
The guardian of love and justice finally has her very own game! But is it as great as her various adventures in the anime? Find out now or she’ll punish you!
Game: Sailor Moon
Systems: SNES (Super Famicom), Arcade, Sega Genesis (Mega Drive)
Release Dates: SNES: 8/27/93 (JP), 1994 (EU)
Genesis: 7/8/94 (JP)
Developers: Arc System Works
Sailors of Rage
Gameplay: Gameplay wise, it’s a beat-em-up in the style of Streets of Rage. You get to pick one of the 5 main sailor guardians and off you go to fight. Each sailor has their own moves, or so I thought. Really, there aren’t a lot of moves. There’s a punch move and while you are punching an enemy, the more you punch, the more combos you can do. The only other moves the girls can have are jump kicks and a special move that can blow the enemies away. For example: Sailor Moon using Moon Healing Escalation with her moon wand. Other than that, the game plays out like your typ