So I’ve been gone for a really long time. Wonder if anyone really noticed. To anyone who actually likes my stuff I’m really sorry. I’m just not sure if Tumblr is really my thing since I’m more of a writer than a poster. Been thinking Blogspot is more appropriate but I’m afraid to step away from what I know. I dunno. I’m not depressed or anything. Just unsure is all. I did just get a PS2 so maybe that’ll inspire me. Followers? All seven of you? Would you like to see more of me?
Guys. You need to play this game. Ignore every bad review you’ve heard you need to play it. It’s an adventure platformer by Ron Gilbert, creator of Monkey Island and Maniac Mansion. You pick three of the seven characters above to explore a talking cave and find what you desire most. The game actually changed depending on who you pick and has a deliciously dark side resembling Invader Zim. Yes, the backtracking can get a little tedious and replaying certain puzzles to see other characters is tedious when you know what to do. But I SWEAR it’s worth it. I played this game for three days straight and got more enjoyment out of it than most games I bought on hard disk.
He was once one of them, the Dragon Priest.
He ruled here in their name, ruled over Solstheim.
But he did not serve the Dragons, he devoured them.
And like them, he seeks to return.
You didn’t think that you were the only one?
He was the first.
SO. MUCH. WAAAAAANT! The ending of Skyrim was so disappointing. It’s good to see that they might have been saving a better ending for later. MAYBE.
HAPPY HALLOWEEN! I know it technically ends in about forty minutes but I couldn’t let my favorite holiday go without at least one picture to celebrate it with! This movie. This FUCKING movie. It not only encapsulates everything that IS Halloween, but it’s just such a magical and even heart warming journey into the history of all Hallows Eve. The story in a nutshell is that four kids try to save their best friend Pip from becoming a ghost as they chase him through space and time to other Halloweens in history, learning the significance of their costumes and the storied traditions of Halloween along the way. Their ghostly tourguide Moundshroud is played by none other than Leonard Goddamn Nimoy, and the story from which this was based was written by the late and wonderful Ray Bradbury, who also narrates! This debuted on Cartoon Network (yes, it’s a cartoon) in the nineties, so the animation is decent. It’s the backgrounds that are truly beautiful. I highly recommend this to fans of Bradbury as well as anyone who just loves Halloween and it’s rich history.
Aaaaaaaa when did Pey make this?
The thiiiiiing that climbs into your, head at night. The thiiiiiiing with selfish teeth and, greedy eyes. The thiiiiiing that helps you escape, your mistakes. The thiiiiiing the something else that you can blame, THE THING IN THE BASS AMP!
THOR YOU PRECIOUS FIVE YEAR OLD
IS LIKE HALLOWEEN TIMES YAAAYYYY 8DDD
I love how everyone looks uncomfortable/confused/unhappy/awkward- except for Natasha, who just looks like even more of a badass. xD
“Oh..It broke” XD Thor you’re amazing.
Totally reblogging this as a Halloween image because they’re technically wearing costumes they usually don’t. Also I love poor Steve XD
I have no idea if War of the Worlds was the first Alien Invasion story ever made, but it’s sure as hell an effective one! It’s way ahead of its time and predates the fifties alien movies by about fifty years! (I think it was written in 1900 but it takes place in 1894) It centers around a nameless protagonist who watches an alien invasion unfold around him in Victorian England just around the turn of the century. The aliens hail from Mars and have shot themselves to Earth in metal cylinders that also contain gigantic three legged mech walkers equipped with a fucking DEATH LASER! Again, WAY ahead of its time! Basically these things are unstoppable and are pretty much going to take over the world. BUT, in a shocking twist they get taken down by- honestly, if you haven’t read the book by now or seen the movies do so! It’s an AWESOME twist that I won’t dare spoil here. I’ve just recently been reading this masterpiece because I realized that M Night Shyamalan’s “classic” Signs is a poor man’s rip off of Wars. It tries the same basic concept of an alien invasion through a normal person’s eyes as well as the aliens being taken down by something unexpected. But it takes away ALL the menace that the Martians had (the martians had GIANT ROBOTS and these aliens run around naked with no weapons. Seriously, M. Night you thought that was SCARY?!) and the big twist is incredibly idiotic. So there we are. A classic alien story that needs to be read if you’re into invasion stories of any kind!
PS: These pics are from the game on XBLA, which is pretty good and plays like Abe’s Oddysee. Unlike the original it’s set in 50s London, which works ok because it invokes images of London during the blitz. Oh, and it’s narrated by PATRICK FUCKING STEWART! That alone is worth a purchase.
Two for one deal this time! Here we got some fanart from one of my favorite and most underrated horror games, Manhunt. For those unaware, Manhunt is a stealth game released by Rockstar for the PS2 that tells the story of convicted murderer James Earl Cash, whose execution has been faked by higher powers so that he can be forced to star in a snuff film. And how does the director coerce him into this insane deal? He pays the homicidal gangs of Carcer City to hunt him down, giving him the only choice of brutally murdering them to stay alive but also having every disgusting action caught on film. It’s definitely not without its faults, and it had a very lackluster sequel released years later, but I recommend it to any Rockstar or stealth fan who doesn’t mind a little bit of the old ultra violence. I’d be playing it this halloween if I had a PS2 T-T