The series expectedly becomes a monster-of-the-week spiel for as long as the other diary owners decide to keep revealing themselves, which is fine because the goofy supporting cast is the show’s single strength. The issue is when many of the short-term contenders are dead or nullified, Mirai Nikki can no longer play footsie with the more complex unresolved plot threads, which the writer is about to handle catastrophically.
This was also my first run with TSE x50 on the Junk Guitar so let me know how you think it went I guess. The result sounds the same to me as my erstwhile shitty parade of free plugins but now it’s all in one tidy window and easy to use, which is what I wanted. It’s also got several packs’ worth of IRs for the cabinet and was presumably assembled by people who know more about electric guitars than I do, which is nothing. I’ve never played an electric anything since they’re not really instruments you borrow from your friends, unlike the wooden fish, the shareable party staple.
Season 1, Episode 13 [REPEAT]: The top 20 amiibos in the steven universe gather for an ultimate SLAM DOWN, but Randy Orton appears around item seven and is giving Little Mac a run for his money! Can the Amiibo Fighters save Chrom’s failing restaurant business before Wario shuts it down, and will Luigi finally get asked to the big homecoming dance?
The kind of humor you’d expect from a game about a human dating birds appears in short, mild bursts. The birds themselves aren’t actually the joke, and the universe pans out as though they were supposed to be humans but viewed through a birdoscope. They ride human scooters, read human books, and shoot human guns with neither opposable thumbs nor any sense of irony.
We take a look at “She Who Fights Monsters,” an RPG Maker game about dealing with an alcoholic father, followed by the Ludum Dare 30 entry “Garden of Oblivion.”