I dunno if I can be bothered to replay MG just to fight a hind and look a bit less like ass. I might track down that BluMSX whatsit for MG2... then again, rehashes (or originals of better rehashes) generally don't offer anything spectacular.
Screw it, I'll just go play MGS again. Been a while since I listened to David Hayter's voice <3
I actually played MGS2 for the first time coupla weeks ago. Butt-naked Raiden was something I really didn't need to be looking at for that length of time.
Ha, I'm actually playing through Metal Gear at the moment. It's cheesy and lame, but surprisingly advanced gameplay for NES. Unfortunately, at around the halfway mark I seem to have triggered a bug that causes all enemies to be INSTANTLY alerted to me as soon as I enter any given room... unless the game really does just do that on purpose. Sucks totally.
I'll play MG2 once I work out how to get MSX2 emus happening, although lots of people say that MGS was more or less just a remake...
Omigod, your English has the worst American accent. Did you learn it off actual Americans or is this how they actually teach my mother tongue over there?
The actual review is pretty cool. I giggled at it most of the way through. Some small nitpicks - the sound volume and quality for the various uh, segments is different, so your voice will be sorta loud, then suddenly switch to faint and tinny, etc. The other thing that annoyed me a little bit was that you used the word 'game' a lot. Like, this game sucks, the game does this and also the game does that, overall the game feels like this". Learn some pronouns. :colbert:
But yeah, they were the only issues I had with it. Apart from THAT ATROCIOUS ACCENT your voice is very expressive - "like, from Earth to freakin' Andromeda" made me laugh really hard. Do I detect a slight ZP influence in the making of this? Although if there was, yours is certainly different enough to be cool on its own merit.
That title screen of Penguin Adventures with him staring out at the ocean is creepily reminiscent of Tove Jansson's Groke.