Clocking in at 2.5 hours, this comprehensive and well-researched video chronicles the entire history of the Fire Emblem series. Everything from the original NES title to the Wii U crossover of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, it’s all covered here.
I really like how the video also goes behind the scenes to highlight some of the important developers and personalities behind the creation of each game. I didn’t know that Shouzou Kaga, the original creator of the series, had left Intelligent Systems to make his own spiritual successor game, Vesteria Saga.
Go grab a sandwich, or two sandwiches. This chronicle is worth watching, especially for newcomers to the Fire Emblem series like me.
Was randomly browsing YouTube and suddenly ended up on this video, a great compilation of Daffy Duck’s best moments from several decades of Looney Tunes cartoons.
I grew up watching lots of Warner Bros. cartoons, and I really mean LOTS. They are an important, defining period of my childhood. Somehow, Daffy Duck always has the most wackiest moments that will stay forever etched in your mind. From hunting season, to the magic lamp (“HASSAAAAAAAN CHOP!”), to the disintegrating laser pistol, and the immortal Robin Hood parody — they’re all included here.
I just don’t quite understand why Warner Bros. can’t make such cartoons anymore in the 21st century. We should treasure these retro classics and pass them on to future generations.
Was randomly browsing RocketNews and came across this article. Even though the video (embedded below) is focused on Japanese girls, the three red flags mentioned can pretty much be applied to any type of relationship. It all sounds very common-sensical, but I’ve experienced it first hand: People do a lot of stupid things for the sake of love.
There is a paragraph in that article which really caught my eye:
Nobita goes on to add that as far as his personal list deal breakers goes, two and three are the same, but seeing as he isn’t getting pursued by any gaijin hunters, his number one turn off is women that are too clingy and don’t have their own personal hobbies and goals, or understand the need for time apart every now and then.
If you are not able to accept the part in bold as a girlfriend, then you’re definitely not ready for a relationship. Or even marriage.
It is not a sin to spend time on a hobby or passion.
If you’ve watched any of the popular Batman TV shows or films, you should be very familiar with these tunes. A nice medley showing the evolution of Batman music throughout the years.
My only minor complaint: I wish the Batman Beyond theme was inside there too. A severely underrated show with a cool opening.
Yes, Mr T’s induction speech in the 2014 Hall of Fame was focused on his mother. There was nothing wrong with that topic, and the fans in the audience loved it, but Mr T took a little bit too long with his speech, and had to be cut short by Kane.
I’m glad that WWE decided to incorporate parts of his speech into a Mother’s Day rap. It’s hilarious. The dancing mothers in the video appeared in Wrestlemania 28 for Brodus Clay’s entrance.
For those that don’t quite understand the reference, Mr T has sung an actual rap song in the past about mothers:
Entertaining and educational for those who don’t know the difference between fusion and fission.
The Terry Bogard fan in me is laughing out loud in tears. I’m sorry for not including you in my KOF13 team. I am not okay.
A beautiful piano rendition of Kill la Kill’s ED theme. Translated to English, the song’s title means “I’m sorry, I can’t help being a bad girl”. It’s supposed to be a melancholic song, and I love how the piano notes are able to capture the essence of the lyrics.
A short, sweet, and cruel punch to Microsoft’s gut. I will write a slightly longer post about my thoughts on E3 another time.
This is the type of music video played to you after you die and arrive in hell. Thanks greenseaslug for posting this link in Steam chat.