That's just chili, my dude. It's just that you can't tell 'till later games because this game does barley even have not graphics.
So the battery inside this copy of Pokémon Gold I has died. (This prevents the game from saving) So I opened it up, and found that the battery doesn't look very good either. I took it out and looked for a replacement. The battery is a CR2032. The closest I have in my house right now is a CR2016, so I'll have to go find a new one. If I find a pack of a few of them, I'll probably replace the batteries in my copies of Red and Blue as well. For some reason, I guess they both outlived this newer game.
I honestly don't see this album doing anything different than other albums in the genre. And if that's true, is the album at least good on its own? Weeeeeelllllllll, yes and no. "Yes" as in the sound that the album tries to go for is executed just as well as any other album in the genre. The whole "soft and elegant sounds or vocals mixed with hard scream vocals". It sounds nice and all, but that's where the "no" comes in: Almost the whole album has no variety in sound at all. Every track sounds exactly the same. I'd say the only 2 tracks that stand out just barley are "Awkward" and "Death of a Strawberry". The themes covered in the album are honestly nothing you wouldn't expect from an album in these genres as well. I just feel that the album generally doesn't really set itself apart. For that I give a 3/5. At the very least, execution, as in instrumentals and vocals are done very well and the overall sound is very full. I wouldn't mind listening to a track if one showed up here or there.
Requested by @ciarrasteez
So here's an amateurly-shot showcase of the mod. It's kinda dark, so I'll post a close up of it later. It's basically the motherboard of the controller and the rubber contacts of the buttons without the plastic shapes like the D-pad and the "A" and "B" buttons. Although, the "Start" and "Select" buttons are different in that their normal shape is the rubber contacts so those pretty much stayed the same. Other than that, it's just playing games on a weird flimsy motherboard. But you probably wouldn't brake it during normal gameplay.
The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya is NOT an anime for beginners. I feel that its potential fame is held back by how hard it is to follow the series. That along with its more contemplative and ambient style, which undeniably is a harder kind of anime to get noticed in America. Although, there are some action scenes here and there. And because of this style, naturally this anime never has something in its story exist for no reason. There's no filler, and not a single episode without some kind of character development. It's a damn ride. Speaking of the characters, this anime is REALLY big on mystery. And the anime being in a first person point of view (as in the viewer only sees something going on if the main character is in the scene unless it's used as a plot device), compliments the mystery. You only know as much as the main character does. And it's a kind of series that when you finish it, you're left still questioning A LOT of what you know. Especially regarding the characters, which you grow to know over the series, or so you think. But that can be applied to a lot of things in the series. You know you saw a good anime, or movie, or whatever if it gets you thinking about it even when you're not watching it. And even with all of the mystery, yes, it's one of those animes that don't fulfill the source material to completion, so by the end, (this includes the movie after the 2 seasons) there's still a lot of questions unanswered. Which is okay. There were just many things stopping this cash cow of an anime from being produced so it's understandable. But you can tell that a few things about this series was for the money later on. Anyways, there were a few things I didn't touch upon like the well known season 1 beautiful animation for 2006 and the season 2 animation in 2009 that looks like it's something that KyoAni made TODAY. But I really can talk about this anime for hours considering it being my favorite anime. So I'll wrap this up. I feel like the flaws are too small to mention, or can be avoided if you know what they are. Which is why I don't recommend this to anime beginners. Perfect score.
So when I first read @gaming_gamer_guy 's review of @christmastangerine 's review of Spider-Man 3, I just couldn't help but notice how detailed the review was at first. There were many things pointed out in @christmastangerine 's review that I didn't think twice about until reading @gaming_gamer_guy 's review of that review. I especially enjoy how @gaming_gamer_guy has little details about the review that he mentions that he enjoys within the review. My only problem with the review, is that a little around halfway through, @gaming_gamer_guy seemed to have forgotten that is was a review of a review rather than his own review of the movie. After a while, it turned into a totally different topic, and for that, I give this review a 24 Koalas on trees out of 4 sandcastles, 6 boars, and one 24-hour shop
These were the spoils of battle at the Pokémon Festival today:
·3 SNES Controllers
·Super Mario World
·Street Fighter II Turbo
·Super Mario RPG
·Super Game Boy
I'm mostly happy with it all. My only regret is not getting this one GBA game but eh, this seemed more important
This album is a masterpiece. Easily my favorite album of all time. It has a tracklist that I have never seen with so much variety in genres before. On one hand, you have a kickin' Rock 'n Roll vibe coming from one track, and in the other, you have a soft thoughtful track next but oh wait! THAT track masterfully created a flow that enters the next track which is a melodic classic rock tone reminiscent of The Beatles! It really does have variety. But with that said, does it do any of the different desired sounds badly? I would say no. I feel like the band knew what thier limits were when trying to go for a certain sound to create and made sure that sound was good for the album. You can tell that there was passion behind this project otherwise, the band wouldn't have tried for such a distinct overall tone. So with all of this praise, does the album even have anything wrong with it?! Well, yes. Although minor to the point of being almost nit-picky, it's definetly noticeable when viewing the entire album. Like how the track "No Relation" is noticeably shorter than all of the other tracks. It's just as good as the rest of the album, but it's really, really short. Although this could be on the count that the band wrote the song to showcase on MTV and had a song length limit, so who knows? That and personally, I would not have started the album off with the track "The Moment" like it does. I would probably put it near the end. Other than that, there's no other negative feedback from me worth noting at all. All this along with the fact that it's so damn replayable makes it my favorite album. I mean, even when I'm not in the mood for the album, I play it and slowly get into it! It's a real wonder. 5/5 from me.
More technical issues. This was supposed to be an anime review, but my editing app is being so weird. I emailed the developers and they told me to send some app logs. So I did, and they haven't gotten back. I had to make this album review a different way. The music no longer fades away like it does with the other app. Also, this review is a remake. I did review it before, but that was before I refined my format. Hopefully this time, I did the album justice!
So my aunt sent me new shoes as a late birthday gift and I knew that my old shoes looked bad, but JEEZ. Keep in mind that my old shoes were rotting in a closet most of my childhood and as soon as I could just barley fit into them, I wore them for about three years straight and pretty much nothing else.
Technical issues delayed this review so I'll make this short and straight to the point, then make the next one to compensate. So when I heard this album, I was expecting a competent album. And that's really what it is. Is it anything more than that? I'd say not exactly. This is another album that I recommend for people looking to get introduced to the Metal genre. The album sets a very bleak tone, but definetly has playful lyrics and track themes despite the hard, fast sound. It's such a strange dynamic that actually works, but I also see it scaring away people who don't really understand that Metal can be this way and just mistake it for the band just trying to be scary or whatever. Other than this, I wouldn't say the album is anything special. Not with the lyrics, and not with the sound. But it's worth listening to if you're trying to have variety with listening to Metal bands. I sure haven't heard an album like this even if I did know albums like this existed, I hadn't heard one all the way through up until this one, so I'm glad I have an album like this under my belt. A decent listen. Anyways, I'll be going through Megadeth's discography in the same way as Metallica's. Just because the two bands are famously compared all the time, and I was interested in seeing how both bands progressed as time went on.
This album is really great. Not an overall masterpiece, but still great. I feel like tracks on here are tracks that could in theory, fit into Metallica's previous album. It definetly has a subtly different tone than Ride the Lightning, but it's there enough to be its own album. The whole album in general has a nice balance of intense instrumentals and soft and slow tracks to parallel. For example, the album starts off guns a-blazing with the track "Battery" but later on get a little softer and slower with tracks like "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)" and "The Thing that Should Not Be" while retaining a morbid tone. This seems to be the most nuanced album from Metallica so far. Dealing with themes such as the horror of war with the track "Disposeable Heroes" which I feel is a really interesting topic to make a song about, and in the end, made an amazing track in the album. My ONLY complaint with this album is the only track that I don't enjoy: "Orion". It just didn't do anything for me. It just takes to long to start, and while I'm at it, has the lamest start in any track in the album: a lazy fade in. In my opinion, it doesn't really go anywhere as an instrumental song. That wouldn't be so bad, if it wasn't the final track in the album, leaving a bad aftertaste for something that was so great. 4/5 not a must-listen, but solid album overall.
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In my opinion, this is the worst All Time Low album so far. They've strayed from thier usual sound. Which is totally fine. Experimentation is totally okay. My favorite All Time Low album is nothing like any album before it (Future Hearts). But this album strays in a different way. I feel like this is the most processed, generic, and bland album in the band's history. I don't know if it's the new record label or something, but these tracks are so... Safe. They don't tackle any new or deeper subjects, and sounds like it belongs on the radio next to a Fall Out Boy song. In fact, this album feels like a second hand Fall Out Boy album as much as I'd hate to say it. When it comes to this, I'd say the track "Life of the Party" sounds the most like a Fall Out Boy song. Keep in mind that All Time Low just signed with the same record label that holds Fall Out Boy. And both bands now seem to have a problem of tracks being formulaicly structured. Every track is processed and lacks variety. Not to mention that also every single track is also 2/3 chorus. As I've said in a previous review, All Time Low has a history of getting too over zealous with choruses in a few tracks in its past. Well they took that weakness and turned that shit dial all the way to 10. There are some tracks where the CHORUSES REPEAT IN A ROW. It's really bad to compare this album to the All Time Low album "Nothing Personal" which has incredible lyrical variety (for the most part). Other than that, with all tracks being mostly choruses, at least the choruses don't suck? They're nothing special, but they don't suck. But you shouldn't have to settle for an album that takes itself so seriously. That's why I rate "Last Young Renegade" 2/5. ATL promised an album with the complete opposite characteristics of the things I complained about in this review. And instead, we got Fall Out Boy.
Whenever I get a package of plain M&Ms, I make it my duty to continue the strength and robustness of the candy as a species. To this end, I hold M&M duels. Taking two candies between my thumb and forefinger, I apply pressure, squeezing them together until one of them cracks and splinters. That is the “loser,” and I eat the inferior one immediately. The winner gets to go another round. I have found that, in general, the brown and red M&Ms are tougher, and the newer blue ones are genetically inferior. I have hypothesized that the blue M&Ms as a race cannot survive long in the intense theater of competition that is the modern candy and snack-food world. Occasionally I will get a mutation, a candy that is misshapen, or pointier, or flatter than the rest. Almost invariably this proves to be a weakness, but on very rare occasions it gives the candy extra strength. In this way, the species continues to adapt to its environment. When I reach the end of the pack, I am left with one M&M, the strongest of the herd. Since it would make no sense to eat this one as well, I pack it neatly in an envelope and send it to M&M Mars, A Division of Mars, Inc., Hackettstown, NJ 17840-1503 U.S.A., along with a 3×5 card reading, “Please use this M&M for breeding purposes.” This week they wrote back to thank me, and sent me a coupon for a free 1/2 pound bag of plain M&Ms. I consider this “grant money.” I have set aside the weekend for a grand tournament. From a field of hundreds, we will discover the True Champion. There can be only one.