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A blast from a nerf gun maybe.
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Look away from the internet for one minute and suddenly everyone's on about so and so dropping some baby batter on a cat. Look if I had to know that now you do too.
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I really want a glass of fruit punch but I can't be fucked to get off the couch and walk to the kitchen. Am I brave enough to ask my spouse to get it for me? The answer is no. No I'm not.
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Look, I got lost on the way to getting some jajangmyeon and it'd be foolish to leave now.

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1,5 hours into YIIK. I love this game for every reason I shouldn't. Its terribly written, gaudy, full of minor graphical errors that add up, nonsensical use of present and past tense, the combat is inconsistent and terrible and overall it's a really terrible time to be had with a videogame. Everyone should play this game, it's so fun to tear it apart while being so little fun to play.

I mean, seriously, I still don't get whether this is happening as a flashback or in real-time as the game's contradicting itself at every step. Also random shit just happens with no explanation sometimes, other times with no reaction but most of the time with both. Seriously, I still don't know why Panda was where he was, how he can talk, where the fuck he's being stored or who he even is. He just shows up randomly as an item and I'm doubtful the game's ever going to explain him at the rate we're going.

Everyone should play YIIK. It's so bad it's good.


YIIK is like someone who read Haruki Murakami and played Earthbound and didn't understand the appeal of either but wanted to make something that was inspired by both to the point of plagiarism at times. It's pretty much the closest we've legit come to a The Room for video games except unlike Tommy Wiseau, the dude what wrote and made YIIK had a melty.
Well, Anthem is an unfixable royal mess that gets worse with each patch.


The best thing about Anthem is as a former SWTOR player (as in, the last time BioWare tried to do an online co-op experience thing) is that I can sit back and be all "Hah, told you so" because if there's one thing BioWare's been good at for years it's bungling their way towards minor profitability.
Good. This is good.
Will there be sandwitches
Do the side characters have a separate sheet or are we in the 'await further instruction' period
With the influx of interested parties I am willing to be one of those sorts the core bunch meets at the rest stop/destination.
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The problem with Captain Marvel is that it was bland as shit. Judging it on Marvel 'phase' standards doesn't change the awfully written main character and largely boring plot.

It was basically the movie version of Mass Effect Andromeda.


The main character wasn't awfully written, the major issue was more structure and style more than anything because the movie is shot like an indie film and the story had many different contributors. The biggest problem is that it doesn't care to use its 90s setting for anything other than brief window dressing. Judging it on phase standards is perfectly fair given that phase 1 is four movies that are super stiff and rocky and uneven (two of which are outright bad) and then bookended by two that essentially carry the weight.

Captain Marvel is about the second best straight origin movie in the MCU because the origin movies are the worst ones; it took two solo movies and two team ups before Thor became not shit and it took a solo movie and a team up before they figured out that Captain America was more than a Nazi puncher only to then have him punch more Nazis anyway. Captain Marvel would fit right at home in a pre-The Avengers world but because the MCU is what it is, Captain Marvel ultimately feels like a filler stopgap between Infinity War and Endgame, much like Ant-Man and the Wasp, and in both of those cases the only part that ultimately advances the plot happens at the end. If she wasn't posed to be one of the new generation of characters they likely could've Black Panthered it but whatever, it made decent money and was a serviceable appetizer to the one people give a shit about.

I personally liked it even with the bizarre changes from the comics that ultimately weaken the whole reason Carol takes up the mantle anyway. Even as arguable the only fan of the character in the comics I didn't love it but it was enjoyable and fine and that's more than I can say for a good chunk of first outings.
I say misfit but in the interest of space and whatnot I'm willing to be someone at the first resting spot/city.
But did something actually get stolen and if not will there be thefts of something more physical than hearts.
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Seems to have worked despite only giving it the awards people expected it to be awarded.


I'm still upset that Green Book won.
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