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CRaZYTooTHJiM is the definition of nerdom. A 19 year old virgin with an acne problem living with his parents who plays Gradius 3 and Tetris more than the haloz. He has been in love with 'Tendo since his mommy, who he also loves, bought him a SNES on his 8th birthday. He has no girlfriend as of the moment because his heart is not yet leveled up enough to love a 3rd entity. Recently, JiM started community college so he could at some point "get a life", which is advice he has taken from many a female, and maybe even earn a reasonable paycheck. To learn more about JiM, who is really Nic, you only have to ask nicely. That is all.

Consoles: Atari2700(or is it 2?00 like I care), NES, SNES, PSX, N64, broken Dreamcast, Xbox, Ps2
Games I likey: RE4, Silent Hill 3, Fatal Frame II Half-Life 2, Gradius III, Guitar Hero II, Soulcalibur III, Clayfighter(for SNES), Metal Gear Solid, Super Mario 64, Fable, Morrowind, Zelda: Link's Awakening, Halo
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1:03 PM on 05.26.2008

I got myself a 30g zune for $150 earlier this year. Now microsoft has put support for zune in the XNA game studio and I get to play tetris any time I want...

But anyways, anybody else have a zune? If so are there any type of games you'd like to see developed for it? Personally, I'd love gradius III.








So alright people this is old news in IST(Internet Standard Time) but worth of me posting something in spite of it.

So heres a little story first I'm browsing my favoritest imageboard and some fag copypasta'd some url of 1up and says "just spreading th good news" or something like that. I patse it in a new tab and check it out... AND WHEN I SAW IT I SHAT BRICKS. Right there on a fairly well respected gamer news site is a pic of Yoda throwin' down w/ Tira(who was my favorite char. in SCIII)...

This might not be conducive to the Soul Edge story in any way but it's still EPIC news in my world. I've literally dreamed about a well made Star Wars fighter since forever. Now I know this isn't that, but still Darth Vader and Yoda in a Namco fighter will definitely please my gamer tooth

Now on to other dreams of mine: for some reason I've always wanted to see a Tarantino(sp?) violent style Star Wars. Let's just say "The Force Unleashed" stuff coming about lately has peaked my interest. i think the game has a LOT of potential. Now I realize that the game will have a < M rating. Therefore, no: foul language > damn, uber Silent Hill-like gore, Lea boobs. And I'm fine w/ that as long as the kind of violence is there that makes you yell obscenities at a boss and forces(no pun intended) out a "That was awwwwsoooome!!!!11one". From what I've seen I not dissapointed









I've tried both, neither the PSP or DS play a good FPS. All my local chums love SOCOM on thier PSPs, but nothing about it feels "right" about it. To be honest, I preferred Metroid Prime: Hunters on DS, but if i played that for more than 15 min. my hands would hurt.
The problem is PSP needs that little analog stick thingy on the other side w/ the X button. The would do well with that too. I'm probably just bitching, and if you can prove me wrong do tell I'd love to frag something on roadtrips.
NiC








HEY there friends.
Fable and the lost chapters expansion thingy were one of the reasons I got myself a Xbox. Let's just say I was VERY happy i got the Haloz And Half-Life 2. Now I'm not saying it was a bad game it was really not as good as I'd heard from all my friends (I'm now convinced that the greater # of my friends don't know jack about video games... but I shouldn't have listened to the opinions of people who listen to Led Zeppelin). There were already a ton of games out with similar fighting mechanics. I liked some of it's features though such as being able to spend your experience on the abilities I wanted and that trademark morality system. Some of the spells were visually pants-crapping. The game was just to easy and there wasn't any difficulty setting. When I say a game is to easy it really is... I've had instances where Guitar Hero on medium makes me say the things my mommy always told him not to. I guess what I'm trying to get at is Fable was like dating that girl who gets kinda hot after she dumps your ass...
And that hotness is (at least I hope) to be found in Fable 2. I recently saw the teaser on the official site and if stays with that graphically it will have great potential. Guns? yes guns are supposed to be in the game as a replacement for longbows but don't start salivating at the thought of your hero carrying a tommygun around... The game only takes place 500 years after the original and will only have single shot Pirate-esque guns. All is well because in the teaser theres a three-cornered hat if thats not unlockable content I will not be buying the game. Your character is said to be costimizable (you can even to be a girl0. The game is also(, cocks) an open world experience as all RPGs should. I've yet to hear if there will be an MMO feature but that would be ORGASMITASTIC. Yet as we all know developers lie and if these are I will personally rip Peter Molyneux a new one

Hugs and Drugs,
CrazyToothJim



Ok so I would never hurt Peter Molyneux ther's not enough good game designers as it is








Ok so this is my debut into blogging seriously. Enjoy

When i was Eight years old I received as a Christmas present, a most wonderful Christmas present... a SNES + some games. Of those games, Gradius 3 was the only video game my mommy gave me that had a gun. Now that I'm 19 I've played plenty of Shooters in all sorts of varieties. Yet Gradius was the first, and I love it because of it.
More Reasons exist though, it's the simplest of control forward, backward, up, and down move you, A shoots, B activated the current powerup. Even with the simplistic control and gameplay, all you really had to know was shoot everything, there were instances where i would and still almost crap my pants in excitement. Such as that one crazy plant boss that tries to suck up your comparatively tiny spaceship to it's doom and you drop some missiles on 'em and stops for like a second and have to keep it up unless you've got an E laser and all the little orange balls that shoot with you. I love the E laser hold A to charge then release a giant blue ball of death upon your enemy.
There is so mush old school greatness to the game. Today you can buy it on the Wii's virtual console, or so I've heard, and it comes on a Gradius compilation disc for PS2. Play it now.