feitclub:

nadiaoxford:

Childhood’s End: A gif Collection

I don’t really think we needed to bring the Turtles back. We’re just going to end up with this, again.

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feitclub:

neurosengarten:

firelorcl:

vortexanomaly:

the crumb

this is the most intense photo i’ve ever seen

d i n o s a u r s

this is how Japanese crows always look in my mind

feitclub:

neurosengarten:

firelorcl:

vortexanomaly:

the crumb

this is the most intense photo i’ve ever seen

d i n o s a u r s

this is how Japanese crows always look in my mind

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finalfantasyvi:

Yoshitaka Amano’s chibi art for FFVI characters 

These are all so great.

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vgjunk:

I put together a YouTube playlist of spooky videogame music for Halloween, you can listen to it here!

vgjunk:

I put together a YouTube playlist of spooky videogame music for Halloween, you can listen to it here!

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simpsonsdrawingclub:

natalikoromotoart:

Here’s a Halloween illustration inspired by the first “Treehouse of Horror” :O

Check out this incredible Treehouse of Horror pic from Natali Martinez!

simpsonsdrawingclub:

natalikoromotoart:

Here’s a Halloween illustration inspired by the first “Treehouse of Horror” :O

Check out this incredible Treehouse of Horror pic from Natali Martinez!

Reblogged from Simpsons Drawing Club

Breath of Fire 3 thoughts

ferricide:


So Fran and I recently picked up a used copy of Breath of Fire 3. In good condition, this runs around $30, give or take, partially because it’s not on PSN (though BOF4 is.) 

I played it for exactly an hour before saving my game, and I have some thoughts on it.

It came out 9/1997 in Japan and 4/98 in the US — the same day as Panzer Dragoon Saga, I remember (and Wikipedia backs me up.) I remember heading into EB to buy a copy of PDS and seeing just a BILLION (okay, probably 100-150) copies of BOF3 on display behind the register. It was probably the first major third-party JRPG to be released after Final Fantasy VII busted the genre wide open, so it’s little surprise how heavily stocked it was.

I got around to trying BOF3 at the time, but instantly dismissed it. Now I have pretty much the opposite reaction. I think I’m both more prepared to appreciate it for what it is, but also for what it’s not — which is a modern video game.

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The way Principal Skinner says “Billy and the Clone-osaurus” is one of my favorite line readings in the history of The Simpsons.

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