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  1. that's a shame. i am sorry you didn't appreciate my constructive criticism.

  2. Okay, fine! Any of you want to know the horrible truth? I registered here when I was 9 years old, I kept asking for release dates out of some strange form of auditory avarice, and I don't fit in anywhere on the internet! Dozens of you kept pushing, and now you all know! This'll be the last time I ever log onto this account, and you can all just carry on like none of what I said happened!

  3. there's a difference between 'conformist attitude' and mature, reasonable post etiquette. unlike most of the internet, OCR has a userbase that will at the very least be respectful and make well thought out posts. i'm not telling you to change your opinions; i'm suggesting you think about how you post and how it sounds. if i'm to be blunt with you, putting bleeps in written word is something that children do. so is putting half a sentence as a title and finishing it in the first line. i have no idea how old you are but there's no reason you can't start sounding like a mature, reasonable adult now.

    i've got nothing else to say on the matter. if you don't like my advice, don't take it. but i'm telling you in the most respectful way possible that posting like that makes you look childish. have a nice day.

  4. What does it matter to you whether I'm self-censored?

    As a matter of fact, what's with the conformist attitude on the forums anyway?

  5. without bleeping their posts or putting headers on them. you might notice nobody does either of those things. if you really feel like you need to swear, do it. if you don't really need to (which is pretty much all the time) don't. but don't imply that you're swearing and bleep yourself out. do it or don't.

    and really, don't use headers. unless it's something legitimately important, just put it in the body of your post.

    that's all.

  6. How does a "normal" person post?

  7. ...present the new software that they promised (Mario Kart 8, 3D Super Mario Part 5, Smash 4), and nothing they say is just some ruse that's just gonna fall through, I don't give a (censored) how they present the new information if I'm still going to hear about it. Their Nintendo Direct system is an ingen_ous way of telling us about new software and trailers without having to wait for those annual events. They keep us anticipating what's to come, and show us that they're not in a software drought. All I need is some ample information on the 3 aforementioned games and a few good surprises, and I don't care what style of presentation they use. (I usually read about it a few hours after the fact)
  8. A Link to the Past 2* looks to be fusing the magic meter with the stamina meter. While I wish they'd bring back the magic meter from A Link to the Past, Ocarina of Time, Majora's Mask, and The Wind Waker, at least it's a start. My excitement for it will rise if they prove that it'll be at least as difficult as the original A Link to the Past. It would be great if it were Oracle of Ages/Seasons difficult, but that's a longshot. I was too young to have ever played EarthBound, but I'll be sure to download it when I finally get a Wii U in 2016. Magicant and Snowman for Smash 4! *I call it "Agahnim's Paper Trail" for now because of the Paper Mario 2D/3D elements. To Mirby: I agree! And they should fix the MYRIAD problems that Dark Dawn had! Dark Dawn's battle system was a total pushover, all the music was mediocre, and those ancient civilizations mentioned in the Ei-Jei region (Exathi, Neox, Fori, etc.) were all extraneous! But I'd agree with you that one of the bigger problems was too many loose ends in the plot!
  9. To everyone who has forgiven me, I thank you. I thought my offence was more severe than it was. In return, I have sworn not to even speak about unreleased projects on OverClocked from tomorrow forward, and I promise I won't swipe songs before a project under OverClocked's jurisdiction ever releases again. I've learned my lesson today through hours of reflection and remorse, and a fear of punishment beyond OverClocked's boundaries. You won't hear another word out of my mouth about Lime of the Season from the time I make this post until the project releases. I'm sticking to already-released material from now on. My account won't get much more use than before, but if how most people react to me is any indication, that's probably for the better.
  10. YOU posted the "Before summer" news? I completely missed that! What was I supposed to do? Deny my Peeping Tom escapade on Tindeck? It would be my word against yours, and we all know O-Clocked thinks even worse of me than anyone in Grimmauld Place thinks of Mundungus Fletcher!
  11. No. I didn't think everybody had heard about Eiji Aonuma's "before summer" intentions. Is there any chance the news is OLD'D? What'll you try to do? Tell it to the admin and ban me? Of all the places I've been online, my account at O-Clocked is one of those I value the least, so what's it to anyone if DarkeSword DOES throw the book at me? If it isn't implied by now, I enter a Guilty plea, even if it means I'll be permabanned.
  12. Bumping this topic to announce that Eiji Aonuma has announced that Oracle of Ages and Oracle of Seasons are now on the Virtual Console in Japan. Beyond that, Aonuma has announced they intend to release the Oracle arc outside of Japan "before summer", presumably within the next 3 1/2 months! http://www.screwattack.com/news/3ds-version-oracle-ages-and-seasons-be-released-summer-outside-japan http://www.egmnow.com/articles/news/zelda-oracle-of-ages-and-seasons-releasing-on-3ds-virtual-console-before-summer/ Also, the Final WAV due date is in 2 days!
  13. If this were ever to be used in an RPG, there'd have to be a dozen or so superbosses, and only the most deadly one would be worthy of this as his battle theme.
  14. I'd agree. OCR02226, Nullification, was better. I don't think So Easy can get past the panel nearly as easily.
  15. I happen to notice that a lot of albums have motifs with their genres. Hedgehog Heaven was techno, The Dark Side of Phobos was industrial metal, Sonata of the Damned and The Robot Museum were both a subset of jazz, Threshold of a Dream was chill, relaxed, and low-volume, Bad**s was high-energy and metallic, Random Encounter was, IIRC, progressive rock, and Milky Way Wishes is chiptunes. Perhaps the most impressive feat was the "Oracles-and-Limes" crowd who put out one (beep) of a show with their chiptuning skills! Alas, as great as The Best 2 Minutes 14 Seconds of Your Life" was while it lasted, I've heard a little bit of ProtoDome's ReMix of GuruGuru's Windmill, and it's bound to easily outdo the Peanut Plains ReMix later this year! Do any of you think it was sheer coincidence that so many Essence of Lime veterans flocked to Milky Way Wishes? If chiptune was the goal from the beginning, then I think you got just the right ReMixers. As I might've said before, Essence of Lime was my favorite Unofficial O-Clocked album!