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Everything posted by RiftDoggy

  1. ...Wow. That really was annoying. Few good parts though... "Christmas time! Christmas time! DO ALL YOUR SHOPPING--AT WAL-MART!"
  2. ...HAHAHAHAHHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH-- *Cough.* I loved when he hit the long high notes. "it's Rainbow RAAAAAAAAAOAAAAAHD!"
  3. Seeing all those lists made me remember all the games I have yet to play...haven't uploaded everything, just what I could immediately remember. Thanks for pointing this one out!
  4. Whoa. I love moments like this, when I hear something from someone I've never heard before...and it's totally awesome. I'll be sure to check out the rest of your stuff too, .
  5. Nearly every day. Most of my music is somehow game-related, and most of my game-related music is from oc remix.
  6. Whoa. This shifted around a lot, but I love it. Sounds like something I'd hear on OCR . Rozovian is probably right, this can probably be better somehow. I just don't know how XD. Nice work...
  7. I laughed so hard during the Societies and SMG reviews that my face hurt. This guy falls into the "complete ass" subsection of game reviewers--like some of the old Seanbaby stuff from when I was a kid--but that's probably a good thing.
  8. Overall, I liked this. I'm not a remixer, or a musician at all, so all I can really say is, this sounds pretty dang good.
  9. This one rocks. It's one of the few songs that result in compulsive headbanging for me. The "Clash on the Big Bridge" portion easily beats The Black Mages version in terms of sheer awesomeness. Good work. And the ending was like nostalgia blasting its way into my ears. Go you. *Forces self to stop praising the song.*
  10. I love this; it's bringing back loads of memories. From a listener's standpoint, this is good stuff, and I'm sure it'll get accepted. =).
  11. I'm fairly new to VGMusic, but there's a lot of good stuff in that update--thanks!
  12. Game: Final Fantasy Tactics Advance Song: Surpassing the Wall MIDI: http://www.vgmusic.com/music/console/nintendo/gba/FFTA_Surpassing_the_Wall.mid FFTA had a lot of upbeat, catchy tunes interspersed with the more dramatic stuff, and while this one is pretty short, it was stuck in my head too long not to suggest it now.
  13. Aww. *Pats you on the head.* But seriously, I don't feel bad about it, it just feels strange to think of myself as having lived through so much...I mean, in 50 years, S'Mario 64 won't just be old school, it'll be part of the golden oldies of gaming. And people might not even BOTHER with the old Sonic games...*cries a river.*
  14. Waitadamnminute-- JACK THOMPSON is actually...right? *Brain explodes, remains of his shattered skull burst into black flames.* Well, he did say Cooper was a "guy," so I suppose he was somewhat incorrect. Still, I'm surprised the universe hasn't imploded yet.
  15. I was listening to some Cave Story tracks last night, reminiscing, when I remembered my first portable game: Super Mario Land for the Game Boy. Then I thought about what's out now. Then I felt like an old $^&%^*#ing geezer. Seriously, I'm 18 years old, I haven't even hit my prime, but I'm just realizing that I've witnessed, like, four or five major revolutions in portable gaming over my lifetime. I mean, that doesn't compare to old men and women remembering WWII, but DAMN. Am I the only one here who feels this way sometimes? Old, I mean.
  16. 0_0. I'm like, brand farking new to the site, so I've just discovered this. This was my favorite game as a kid, it's still my favorite Kirby game ever, and...yeah. You guys rock for doing this, and I'll be crossing my fingers for the release.
  17. But...how would anyone ever know? Like, if one night some drunk scientists broke out their lasers and started drawing on the Mona Lisa, and the next morning all of her teeth were covered with macroscopic penises (peni?), how would we know? Or if some nerd knocked his friend out the night before April Fool's, went crazy, and the next morning: Nerd: Pfhahhahahaha--*coughs.* Friend: What? Nerd: Oh, nothing. Friend: ...You're weird. Nerd: *Laughing again.* Friend: Okay, seriously, what? Nerd: *Cracks up.* I--hahahah--I drew--hahahhahahahah!--I drew a penis on a cell on your face!
  18. Ha. Hahaha. HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!! . Sorry. But honestly, she's quoted in the article as saying that she "misspoke." She also made these statements based on ONE ignorant prude's testimony. That ain't journalism, folks. "Irate gamers have flooded the page on Amazon.com selling Ms. Lawrence’s most recent book, “The Cult of Perfection: Making Peace With Your Inner Overachiever,” sending its user-generated rating into oblivion." *Breaks into hysterical laughter once again.*
  19. Well, I don't know much about Xenogears or genetic science, but...if they're physically etching this thing onto DNA particles with a laser, then...the DNA itself wouldn't be changed. Sooo...I can definitely see this as a new method for data transfer and storage--the current flash drives, and most stuff that comes after, would be rendered obsolete. However, unless the DNA sequence itself were changed, physical etchings on a single particle would not be duplicated onto subsequent versions; i.e., kids wouldn't get this info. Then again, if this becomes practical, then a whole new method of sec
  20. Just awesome. Funky tune, and INSANELY whistleable as promised. Nice job by A-Sound; you rock, man. .
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