In this episode Ck and BD from Space Monkey Mafia Studios and Brad Jones(AKA the Cinema Snob) Try the funky green concoction, Ghostbuster: Ectoplasm Energy Drink. Will it be as good as Ecto-Cooler? Maybe, if you had a 15 year old bottle of Ecto-Cooler.
Today, my review is gonna be a little different. Instead of just reviewing these two games separately, I’ve decided to review both at once, that way, I can address them both at once and compare them
in ways I couldn’t otherwise. First, I’ll start with the 2007 RPG, Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 FES. In 2006, Atlus released Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3. It was a great RPG, doing what many failed
to do: Create a true attachment to the characters. It was a truly amazing game, fluidly mixing together elements of the RPG, Sim Dating style gaming, and dungeon crawling. It was even capable of
completion without having to grind, and even more challenging, both pluses in my eyes. The next year, Atlus released a, more or less, expansion pack onto this, called FES. It delved deeper into the
story and even added a new …
OH HI GUYS MY BAD I GUESS RE-SAVING THIS THING BRINGS IT TO THE TOP OF THE FRONT PAGE. …AGAIN. DERP. I THINK I WILL JUST NOT TOUCH THIS ANYMORE BECAUSE I SCREW SOMETHING UP AND KICK EVERYONE DOWN THE FRONT PAGE EVERY TIME I DO.
Well, well, well. Here we are again for the first time for the last time. No, that makes sense (I think) because there’s no comma. Ever have déjà vu?
So, I did this once before. My previous post of the Journal got erased by the bonus junk post. So this is a reboot of sorts, since I don’t have the old main intro saved.
This is The Zelda Journal. It is my goal to play through each of the main 15 games in the Legend of Zelda series. Very early on, I decided I was going to try to 100% each of them, too. Best I can, at any rate. I’ll attempt to no-death them as well, but sometimes that’s just not an option (original LoZ, I’m looking at you). In addition to this, I’ll be playing a few bonus games, here and there. Link’s Crossbow Training, Smash Bros., SoulCalibur II, maybe even the CD-i games, if I can stomach them.
The idea for the format here is status updates. Originally I considered a series of Let’s Plays. But I have no equipment to pull this off. So I considered text. Long paragraphs that nobody’ll read? Nah. Twitter updates? Could work, but the archiving there is shit, and I can’t keep it under 140 characters. Facebook? No, that’ll get annoying for everyone.
Well, what if I just wrote a bunch of status updates into a Notepad file and then copied them onto here?
So this is sort of an experiment, I suppose. A Let’s Play in status update journal form. Let’s see if The Zelda Journal can do for these what Red vs. Blue did for machinima.
Here it is: the long-awaited conclusion to my Silent Hill 3 Let’s Play! We start with the worst place we could possibly go to in Silent Hill: the hospital! You all knew it was coming, but
what you don’t know is what horrors lurk inside! After that nightmare, we work our way to the very end of the game, but we don’t stop there! The final video is a set of extras that you
can unlock in the game, as well as anything I missed during my first playthrough – and let’s not forget the joke ending, which is easily the funniest joke ending I’ve seen in a Silent Hill
game! We’ll start with Part 7. Let’s go crazy!
The First review I did. A very obscure movie with a very big actor. Too bad I was far too droll and not interesting at all.
Hey everyone, I couldn’t be more pleased to be here on S.M.M.S, not only able to share my videos with you guys but also see some of the amazing talent we have. Like most people here I am a huge fan of TGWTG and beacuse of them I was inspired to do the same thing with my own spin on it. I play the Irritated Film Critic. Review and rip apart the terrible and often not heard of movies. He barely smiles or laughs but often can let his anger get the best of him. So as some people may know… My name is Jack Leizar. I live in Toronto, Ontario Canada and for a brief period I lived in Vancouver. I have attended Seneca College and Humber College for film studies here in Ontario and then Caplilano University for Film. And all that film knowledge rolls …
I dedicate this video to my Kong brothers and sisters.
Hello, I am Animan of the Anime Empire. It is my humble pleasure to join the ranks of the Kongs. Today we begin a journey, one to show to you the wonders of Anime, or Japanese Animation.Anime is NOT just another word for cartoon and is not just for kids. These are the greatest of insults to anime fans. Tom and Jerry is an example of cartoon violence and shows like Superman, Batman and Spiderman were cartoons stories, all very nice and tame. Anime like Evangelion, Naruto, Bleach and Full Metal Alchemist lie on a much higher level. The target audiences must appreciate deeper plots, and not be discouraged by violence and language that would get cartoons pulled off the air. Averaging at twenty minutes an episode; the stories are entrancing and the action mind-meltingly awesome. …
Welcome and Today im going to take my hand at reviewing a game in which most mainstays to the Playstation Family will know and know pretty well. Tomb Raider Underworld first off I want to say anybody who’s anybody who’s ever played the Tomb Raider series would know it’s all about a female explorer named Lara Croft who’s job is pretty self explanatory. To raid the tombs of the dead. So she’s kinda like a graverobber for hire. Which makes explaining this title pretty much easy for you. You go in you search the place you get the goods then you get out? Whats the problem to that formula? Puzzles galore dangerous falls rocky cliffs and every monster from your native dangerous spiders to deadly scorpions to the undead itself. Now whats a sexy girl like Lara to do against all of this opposition. Smile take out your double machine guns and quite simply get to work and now my friends hang on tight because im going to explain to you all just exactly what tomb raider underworld is all about.