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Ghostbusters, Harold and Kumar, Roger Rabbit, Untouchables
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pencil, paper, scanner, Photoshop, blowtorch, live ferret, pie
Everyone has their different pop culture Halloween traditions. The Homestar Runner Halloween Episodes have been an important one for me for as long as they were still going on. For some reason The Brothers Chapp haven't been keeping the new content coming in lately (Spending more time with their families?) and as such the last two years have been without the gang and their costumes. While they were going one, exactly ten had been released. So why not make a quick top ten list of them. Well, there are a lot of good reasons… but I'm going to do it anyway.
These were chosen based on the cartoon themselves and not the costumes featured in t
We (or more precisely… me) are experiencing technically difficulties. Please stand by.
After my never planned but happens anyway annual month long summer break, (Something about the heat drains my work ethic.) I was ready to get working again when my computer started acting up. Getting it to start was something of a gamble. Most of the time it would crash during boot up, but there were also moments when it would work fine for a few hours. Often times I would get an error message about 'invalid memory access.'
Earlier today I took it to the shop that fixed it the last time it broke down. The guy said it was either a bloated capacitor w
Point and click adventures are among the few gaming genres where the ratio of good to bad licensed games have weighed closer to the positive. This is likely one of the reasons Telltale's been raking in the licenses lately (another being the general quality of their products).
Cut to the chase, here's three series I'd like to see them try. There are of course more, but these are the easiest for me to put into words.
Y the Last Man (Wikipedea page for those unfamiliar)
As much as I enjoyed Fables, I was a bigger fan of Y. The premiss of being a renegade in a world trying to put itself back together after a near apocalyptic event is interesti