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dimanche 1 janvier 2017 à 03:56
Happy New Years!  Here's some new-old Impurifier:

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Abra's Dirty Bomb 'tage #3

vendredi 23 décembre 2016 à 02:10
Many stacked games, hackusations, and the occasional aimbot later... 'tage #3 is done. As had been the case with its two predecessors, playing for the third video went pretty well. Regrettably (oh how regrettably...) the best clip I've hit ( in Dirty Bomb or any other game) wasn't recorded.

It was one of those nights. Every shot was hitting. In the first game I hit a quadfeed followed by a nice triple hs feed. Then it was time for the second map: terminal.

Defense. The bomb was about to blow on the first objective. Just before the bomb blew I spawned in behind the wall and, in some miraculous sort of opportunity, the rest of my team was long-spawned or downed just after the bomb went off. Fel-ix loaded, the lone Vassili peaked from the tunnel to the freshly-opened gate through which the entire enemy team began to charge.

One. Two. Three. Tag. Collateral on four and five. Six. Seven. The killfeed lit up with head shots as quickly as the Fel-ix could pump them out. Playing and on Skype with a friend, I was a tad bit excited. I tabbed out of Dirty Bomb to make sure I was recording.

I didn't even have my capturing software running. Life left me. I laughed, exasperatedly, at myself (something I would do for the rest of the night), and told my friend I hadn't been recording. Desperate, I asked in game chat if anybody had been recording just so that I could at least have a clip of the incredible feed from another perspective. Alas, the moment was lost.

Although I managed to hit a baseline triple hs clip that night, I couldn't believe I had missed that clip. I knew, since then, that it was unlikely I would ever hit something like that, and up to this point I haven't. So, personally, this video is disappointing for that reason. I hope it's more enjoyable for you. Whether it is or isn't, have a good one.


https://youtu.be/UKfMY6_8BG0


Links to the music:

banvox
SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/banvox
Twitter: https://twitter.com/banvox
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/banvoxofficial
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/banvoxMUSIC

nor
SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/nor_sc
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/norofficialpage
Twitter: http://twitter.com/nor0910

LLLL
Twitter: https://twitter.com/lllltokyo
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lllltokyo
Tumblr: http://lllltokyo.tumblr.com/

Maltine Records
Official: http://maltinerecords.cs8.biz/
SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/maltine-record

Also, here are the montage clips (plus some extras) raw.

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Winter Haul #1

lundi 28 novembre 2016 à 05:32
Picked out a few things to read, watch and "play" over the past couple of weeks.




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Shark Attack Day Camp review

vendredi 25 novembre 2016 à 23:44
Shark Attack Day Camp (Full-length album, 2004)
Performed by Totally Radd!!, Released by Retard Disco

If any game encompasses the Nintendo attitude as advertised in the 1990s it's “Totally Rad,” the Aicom side-scrolling title for NES. In Totally Rad a gnarly skater dude battles an evil king to save the world, and radical verbiage is crammed into every cutscene. Really, the game's title speaks for itself. Such is true for the band Totally Radd!! and their only full-length album. Shark Attack Day Camp is a 2004 chiptune tribute to all things utterly 90s, including and above all else: home gaming.

Released originally by the Retard Disco label (again, your preconceptions are more than likely correct) of LA, Totally Radd!!'s first and only album combines eccentric themes of nostalgia and simple, catchy instrumentation layering guitars and bit music elements.


Frontman Neil Schuh is the focal point of the mix. Ranging from his throat-tearing screams of “Mike Tyson's Punch Out” to the goofy crooning in “Insomnia,” Schuh brings voices such as Andrew W.K. and name-a-skate-punk-band frontman to mind. Guest vocalists appear on “These Days,” and album highlight “Dressed Up.”

Backing Schuh's gnarly vocals is an armory of punchy, synthesized drums, chirping pulse waves and an array of other bubbly synths. It's the warm and energetic sound you would expect, and it sounds great on uptempo tracks like “The Bobby Song” and “The Greatest Battle On Earth.” Other songs falling into the mid-tempo range, such as “Insomnia” or “Turtle Eggs and Mumblety Pegs,” don't stick quite as well on their own, but in the context of the full album they're listenable, inoffensive numbers.

Gimmicky? Sure. But Shark Attack Day Camp is a charming bit of retro fun—shallow and, in it's stupidity, unapologetic.

Ratings
-2 Awful, ruined it
-1 Took away from the experience
0 Okay, didn't leave an impression good/bad
+1 Added to the experience
+2 Superb

Songwriting: 0
Production: +1
Entertainment: +1
Personal Bias: 0
Random Percentage: 70%

References
https://www.discogs.com/artist/716367-Totally-Radd!!
http://store.badideagraveyard.com/product/shark-attack-day-camp-lp
https://myspace.com/totallyradd

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Blue Gender Review

jeudi 24 novembre 2016 à 16:47
Blue Gender (TV Series, 1999-2000)
Produced by Youmex, Toshiba EMI

When Yuji Kaido was sealed away in a cryogenic state due to an untreatable medical condition in 2009 he was living a life which seemed calm and happy. His best friend Takashi reassured him that the induced sleep will be short and that following it they will share a grand time.

Twenty-two years pass by leaving Yuji unchanged, something which cannot be said for humanity and the planet Earth. Entire cities have been reduced to waste, and humans no longer top the food chain. Holding that position as of 2031 is the “Blue.” The rapidly-evolving, insect-like Blue roam the Earth's surface in search of tasty humans to crush up and eat.

Overpowered by the aggressive creatures, much of humanity has retreated to space and the “Second Earth” station which orbits their home planet. But some of those on Second Earth don't intend to sit idly and let the original Earth be overrun by Blue, and “Sleepers,” those who were preserved as Yuji was, may be an important key to dealing with Blue.


Despite all of this setup, Blue Gender is sci-fi to turn your brain off to. There's gore for gore, and shock for the sake of shock. Camaraderie often serves no other purpose than to heighten the drama in death. Any underlying themes are completely lost in the violent, action-packed presentation. But as the story progresses through arcs of survival, conspiracy, and warring there is a good amount of character development and chemistry. It's pretty fun in general, and the latter-half of the series is particularly enjoyable. There's plenty of satisfying action and zealous applications of blood and gore.


Blue Gender's biggest disparity lies in its animation consistency. Great shots of the steadfast soldier Marlene and the Armor Shrike units are interchanged with vague figures or awkwardly drawn expressions. When it's good it's good, but some serious moments are ruined by lackluster animation (which can admittedly be enjoyable in its own right). Unfortunately, the fantastic-looking, more apocalyptic color scheme (pictured below) is rarely seen.


Picking up the animation's slack is Haishima Kuniaki, the individual behind the series' grimy soundtrack. Breakcore, glitch, cold pieces of ambient, and hard brass hits come together. It's an intriguing sound with lots of character and plenty of standout tracks (the unsettling “Cycle,” Massive Attack mix “S.x,” and pounding “Dead Tech” for starters).

A faulted, yet entertaining series, Blue Gender only gets better as it goes along.

Ratings
-2 Awful, ruined it
-1 Took away from the experience
0 Okay, didn't leave an impression good/bad
+1 Added to the experience
+2 Superb

Story: 0
Writing: 0
Characters: 0
Art/Animation: 0
Music: +1
Entertainment: +1
Personal Bias: 0

References
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Gender
https://myanimelist.net/anime/58/Blue_Gender
https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=253

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