IIRezsickII

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    • [Game Review] Portal 2

      7 years ago

      IIRezsickII

      Satsugai!
      So, today I'm going to be talking about Portal 2. Now I'm going to get a lot of hate mail for a lot of the stuff I'm going to say but its opinion and if you don't like it well happy trolling.
      I give this game a solid 7/10 because of:
      1: Plot
      2: Gameplay
      3: Ending
      4: Co-op
      1 The plot itself could have had so much more potential but it also seemed like it really dragged on and a lot of the plot points didn't really make sense. When GLAdIS was taken over by the AI it should have been the end because at that point you completed the goal of the game to begin with and I was done with the challenges. (laughs) It's like in Halo 3 when Master Chief died, the Covenant "Traitor" were to take his place then it would drag on and end up ruining the story. Even at one point I found myself saying "oh god another puzzle?" it got boring/repetitive after a good while and I didn't get the same creepy theme from the original that I grew to love, even though they meant to change that for a more family type game, I loved the humor that was added. The AI was hilarious and kept me playing for a while.
      Valve keeps doing the things I loved and I loved that they still had the characters referring to the past and Valve other games. This game really kept me thinking about every aspect apart from the main story and on it, such as, Dr. Ratman's clues and Chelle's past. Over all the plot was decent but I felt like it could have been better if the twists had more of an impact instead of a groan or a sigh.

      2 The game was very responsive and somewhat easy to control with the occasional sticks and glitches. Now I'm going to say how it is, the first few challenges were interesting and were fun but mid-way it got boring and I've heard countless stories where people had to put down the controller and think as if they were in school, work Etc. I don't think it was meant to be a relaxing game and I love that it makes you think in a lot of ways but it gets boring and there is really not much to motivate you except from your beginning goal of escaping. However when the gels came into place I had a blast but like it was in the beginning the fun faded and became dry. I found myself driven to find different ways to kill myself with the gel without ever really playing the real game (Eg. Seeing how far you can launch yourself with the speed gel and bounce gel combo was the most I laughed in the game)
      Overall the game play felt like it needed more flavor and motivation to keep going. Although the challenges were uniquely built to stretch the imagination try adding something that's fast pace or something that will test the reflexes so you get your heart going.

      3 The Ending was, like the middle twist, it sykes you out and then it's done. I can't say much about it because, let's be honest, there wasn't much of an ending to start with. It just sort of drops everything and says "The End.' It ended and made me feel disappointed (Kind of like how my girlfriend feels after sex) Because I worked my ass off threw a lot of dry areas to see nothing. Absolutely nothing but singing turrets (I won't lie that was pretty awesome) I loved the original song but this one kind of ruined it for me.
      Overall the ending was crap. It started the same way and ended. The. Same. Way. Valve needs to get their act together cause If any more games by them are like this I might lose my faith in Valve
      4 I know, finally, the last part of my review. Where to begin on this subject? How about I pre-ordered it October 2010 just for the co-op. What amazing and wonderful gift did I get with the preorder? A neon yellow cage around my stupid little player? Safety first. When I enroll this robot into the Special Olympics he will be ready with this thing. That was my first problem. So I start up co-op, and let me just say, that it is a trolls paradise. The only real fun I ever had with this game was trolling and pissing people off. The co-op is based around team work and if you don't get along with that person then you will have to sit in the first level arguing where to put the portal or how it's going to work
      After waiting six months just to play co-op this was the biggest let down in the entire game. It was so boring and ridiculous I would have rather have played the same level in campaign 100 times back to back non-stop than have to listen to my partner be a drill Sargent. I played with my friend locally and that's the only time it worked. Sorry Valve but thumbs down for Co-op and a big fat 7.5/10.

    • First Tattoo and Didn't Cry

      7 years ago

      IIRezsickII

      Achievement unlocked: Ink'd

      So I just got my first tattoo and let me tell you I had a long time to think about what I was going to get. So I thought to myself, what's something that I'm going to regret for the rest of my life. Being the genius I am I decided to get something from fallout because, if you don't know, I have a very unhealthy obsession with the fallout universe. It came out well and when I first got it I regretted it but, now it's after week one, I love it.

      I was thinking about getting the traditional vault boy but I'm glad I got this one. Looking at it now, I see the rebellion I once had and this pretty much puts that in perspective. It not only shows my youth but I feel like fallout made my mind more vast and helped me think more in depth. I honor the guys at Bethesda and I hope they see this and laugh. All in all I love my new tattoo and I may regret it but I'll laugh at the shit I once did

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    • How dare you Burnie Burns! How dare you!

      7 years ago

      IIRezsickII

      So I introduced the podcast to some friends of mine and we usually converse about it during lunch but just recently my friend Josh has been saying negative things about it. So I decided to actually listen to him and he said "They are a bunch of sellouts" (Exact Quote)
      So now I hear ALL my friends saying the same thing. (yayy high school Fit-Ins) I now will give you my impersonation of all of them.

      Read this with Burnies Internet Voice

      Dear, Burnie Burns and Podcast Crew
      It has come to my attention that you have recently decided to have a sponsor on your podcast.... HOW DARE YOU! How dare you make money on something that I don't pay for! How dare you try to make money doing what you love! How dare you! I can't believe you would be so selfish! This is the internet! This is serious stuff! Anon will shut you down! SHUT YOU DOWN!
      (end scene)

      Honestly, I noticed some people were saying that the podcast has changed but I haven't noticed anything other then a few dry podcasts. I respect what you guys do so keep it up.

      (This pointless journal is brought to you by Sloths..... Bitches love sloths)

    • The Difference Between Public and Alt #1

      7 years ago

      IIRezsickII

      Lets start with something simple like asking for a mint:

      At a public school:
      I asked my friend Acy (Rave Girl, Kandi Kid, Ect.) for one of he mints. Pulls out two different tins and looks in the first one. Then looks in the second one confused. She opens that one and hands me a white mint. As I was lifting my hand to put this freshening candy in my mouth she stopped me and took it out of my hand. She laughed "Ooops, wrong one. I was about to give you some X bro. That would have been funny right?" NO! It would not have been funny! I would be in class and be looking around like "Is anyone else hot as hell?" so now I'm scarred to ask anyone for a mint or anything that comes in a tin!

      At an alternative school:
      I asked one of my teachers "Hey is it ok if I ask Eli (a close friend of mine who had been there for 3 years) for a mint?" The teacher approves. So I go out to the milu (chill area for the students) I approached Eli and we did the typical greeting of a high five and I noticed that caught a teacher’s attention. At first, it didn’t bother me because that is there job. So he just observed I suppose. Eli dug around in his pocket and pulled out a mint (it was crushed due to being in his pocket) I opened it and put the powder in my mouth and the teacher got on his walkie and said "Staff assistance please" I looked over at the teacher and he said "spit it out." At this point in my life I was a bit of a dick head so in my response I said "No dude, go f**ck yourself. I have permission to be out here." The school officer came threw the locked door of the office and the milu staff said "He consumed a white powder given from Eli and is refused to spit it out."
      For the next hour I spent in the office with Eli while the cop stared me down. The teacher had come down to tell them I had permission. True stories.


      Ok, I never thought asking for a simple mint could be so difficult and now I buy my own mints. What should I write about next time in my Public vs. Alt? What happens when you say the word Fa**ot or what happens when you try to get into a fight?

    • 7 years ago

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