No, but I stared at the rocks long enough that I eventually saw a nice 3D sail boat.
No, no I don’t think that’s why they have harsh laws.
It stays fun imo. If you ignore all the loot box stuff it’s still a great time with friends. Having more maps and classes than the first game make it much better.
I’ve made a video to demo this process, hope it could help
Keep up the in-fighting and annoying “protesting” by blocking streets guys! Almost guaranteed Trump will win another 4 years.
FACT: This is perfect.
That’s the 1st thing I thought of as well.
My thoughts exactly! Please don’t stand it up vertically, that’s just asking for trouble.
Yeah dude, trust me: this game owns. You say Mega Man X gets boring after an hour . . . what if I told you there was a way to have the fun of that first hour over . . . and over . . . and over again?
I am glad you came around! Way back in the early 2000s when I was blogging game reviews (as text only!), I kept thinking, “I wish I could just make these as ridiculous TV show segments”. That wish has always informed the style of the writing. Well, maybe I’m getting there! Please continue watching~
It’s actually a parady of Mighty No. 9's trailiers, they were exceptionally cringe for trying to sell something as beloved as ****man XX
I like the concept of the game! I really do; but it also has very little to differentiate itself from other games in its genre or even other games trying to do the whole “This is MY take on Megaman!!!” thing that’s becoming popular.
This is just Enter the Gungeon or any other procedural shooter/Megaman Clone with a fresh coat of “Totally Original, Do Not Steal” slapped over it. Might still check it out, but the lack of a story and truly unique....almost everything kind of makes it fall into the realm of “Well, this is a pretty good game with… Read more
50 bucks says the “no more furries” was a false flag and this is all some kind of weird long con flash mob.
Don’t practice your art skills, practice your BS skills if you truly wish to make it in the art selling world. Otherwise, live for your art regardless of the monetary value.