The warriors face of against the dark guardian, and find something, that may create more questions then it would answer.
It’s not that good but a decent first attempt.
I was inspired by a couple other music videos of the same type and by a few other youtubers so here is my first attempt at an AMV or amv syle video.
Show: Power Rangers SPD
Song: Everybody’s Fool Evanescence
Platinum Games are certainly the best action game developers today. They certainly know how to make high-quality games that are fun, replayable, and stylish. Even some of their weakest titles are satisfying to play through.
Among the designers include Hideki Kamiya, who has directed a lot of critically-acclaimed titles including Resident Evil 2, Devil May Cry, Viewtiful Joe, and Okami, so he’s got quite a resume. Today, I’m going to be reviewing one his greatest achievements, Bayonetta, in honor of the sequel that recently came out. Continue Reading
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Well, Halloween is coming in two weeks and I think it’s time for me to finally release this Halloween themed countdown that I’ve been planning to do for a very, VERY long time. This is TMcBee here to list down my Top 10 Spooky Themed Levels in Video Games. Here are the rules:
1. One level per franchise.
2. I’m not including horror themed games on here. So that means NO Silent Hill, Resident Evil or other horror themed games on this list. And besides, I don’t play horror games. I may watch some let’s players and my friends play these games, but don’t expect me to play any scary games now or in the near future.
3. Since I’m focusing on Spooky Themed Levels, this means NO spooky themed games like Luigi’s Mansion or MediEvil.
4. The following choices are just my personal favourites. Not the best ones! Just…
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Azurha lone survivor of the Rexapocalypse, finally reaches the mysterious dark castle and its denizens. He also stumbles on some people, possible allies or enemies?
Well, what is there to be said about My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic? It was already more sophisticated than previous generations of the My Little Pony brand thanks to its well-written stories, lovable characters, hilarious comedy, and morals that we can relate to. What no one expected were the male followers, dubbed as “Bronies”. I could go on about that, but I think everybody gets the picture: it’s a “little girl’s show” that appeals to both genders.
Early last year, its third season came to a close and after that, a theatrical movie called Equestria Girls was announced. As if the Brony fandom didn’t have enough to overreact concerning Twilight Sparkle becoming an alicorn, they overreacted that this would exist: My Little Pony with humans and a high school setting. I will admit I was skeptical about it, but I held my judgment until I finally got around to watching it. So what did I think of the movie? Well, that’s what I’m making this blog about. Continue Reading