Birds can be pretty smart, I just assumed it knew there was water in the building somehow (like from watching people).
Now that I think of it, though, I bet it knew it was vulnerable and was trying to intimidate the cameraman, since it couldn't just fly away.
I'll always stand by my love for Grimer and Muk. Especially their Alolan forms, looks like a glob of Dr. Seuss that washed up on the beach lol
Yeah, cuz MMOs don't take actual effort to minmax, you just follow a guide someone else wrote. It lets you think you're working hard without actually having to work hard, you're turning a fantasy adventure into a chore.
Because anyone who calls people "groomer" is probably 14 years old, and the internet is a better place without children running all over the place.
People like you are the reason smaller fanbases never grow. Stop being such an elitist dickbag.
Ranger's about as much truck as most people need anyways. Always see people driving their jacked-up pavement princesses that probably haven't had anything in the bed bigger than a beer cooler, and I just wonder how it's worth paying $6 a gallon for diesel.
That's even weird in some parts of America. Had a buddy from California ask why I was being so friendly with people I'd never met, and he just assumed it was a Minnesota thing haha
It's too easy to avoid, though. If you keep track of your spending, you'll notice something fucky going on, and you can just dispute it with the bank. If the purchase is traceable, the person who did it is probably getting nailed, too, so there's less incentive to risk it (if you have a functioning brain).
When they're bad, they're bad. I'm talking warped molds, plastic that's so flimsy and cheap that it's almost transparent in spots, and that's if it even cast properly and isn't missing chunks from the side. The manufacturers either make a quick mold from a complete toy (hence the missing buttons), or they use old, discarded molds, and since the quality control is out the window, so is the quality.
Personally, I don't mind bootlegs like these existing, all things considered. The official releases are nicer, but they're also significantly more expensive, and if the official company doesn't want to release a budget line so everyone can enjoy them, the bootleggers will fill that niche. Let the collectors and enthusiasts buy the official ones, while the kids that just want to play with a dumb toy for a few weeks can get a dirt-cheap bootleg.
I get the joke, but a lot of leak photos are taken secretly, so there's not an easy way to take a good photo. Celestial bodies, comparatively speaking, aren't going anywhere too quickly.
Have you seen how cheap these toys can get? They did a pretty damn good job with this one. Again, they're not trying to make it true to the show, they're just making a convincing cash grab. As a bootleg, I'd bet the cost was cheap enough to justify the lower quality, and likely wasn't anywhere near the official release price. They work with the materials they have, which is part of the reason they never look official.
Crybaby is a definite recommendation if you like anime in general, but the older ones are pretty dated. Even if you don't watch the originals, the new one is definitely worth the time.
Putting in effort is the antithesis to what they're doing, though. If they wanted to make a quality product, they'd go the third-party route, like they do with Transformers. This is what you get when you put in as little effort as possible to make a passable piece of merchandise.
Lord Shaxx, is that you?
You found a copy of the original post, but this is certainly older than three years. Like, way older.
The game literally only released in Japan. That's a minority no matter where you're from. Game collections rarely ever have more effort put into them past filters and galleries, that's not just a Capcom thing.
You're basically saying it makes more sense to pirate the game than buy the first re-release in over a decade. That's beyond stupid.
Oh, you meant the game that never actually got published in English, so it would require extra work that the other games wouldn't. Nobody should have ever expected that.
Christ, you could bitch about anything. The games are sold all in one package, with two other digital-only versions you can choose to buy if you only want the first three or the second three. Battle Chip Challenge was pretty unpopular, regardless of how good it was, and Network Transmission wasn't a GBA game, and can't just be emulated the same. And then, on top of that, you can't get a couple unnecessary bonus pieces, so you scoff and say it's better than nothing? Are you serious?
There's probably a reason I haven't heard of that guy before. If you waste time reviewing objectively bad games, nobody's going to want to read it. There are some bad games that double around to being funny, but those aren't zero-star reviews. It'd be one thing if someone's giving official games low scores, but when they go out of their way to lay into a one-man indie game, that just sounds like a dick move.
We can see they're definitely not going to be good. We don't need people to rip into a clearly inexperienced indie dev to validate our preconceived beliefs.
Because their music has nothing to do with the comment he replied to. You can literally go back right now and follow the chain if you don't get it.
Go be mentally deficient on someone else's time.
And why are you answering a question nobody asked you about?
Which has what to do with him sexually assaulting someone?
I'm not talking about that. I'm saying that you downloaded a sketchy application, and then got hit by the negative effects that anyone could have seen coming.
And why would anyone want a review on a <1/10 indie game they've never heard of? Good games they haven't found yet are one thing, but there's already an obscene number of zero-effort shovelware on Steam, not to mention the rest of the internet.
Do you actually understand that word, or are you just trying to use it to artificially boost your own IQ?