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alansoull:

Don’t Lose Your Way - Kill La Kill

Totally digging the soundtracks in Kill La Kill, everything is so epic

*cough*Before My Body Is Dry*cough*

But really…it’s whatev, I guess.

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viivus:

broad shoulders + short arms = NOTHING FITS

the actual reason polly never wears his suit jacket

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anamanaguchi:

olgaandreyeva:

Poster for Anamanaguchi!~

ヾ(●ↀ∀ↀ●)ノ✧ 

o_o

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polygondotcom:

New Ace Attorney title coming, set in Meiji period with Phoenix Wright’s ancestor

A new Ace Attorney game for Nintendo 3DS is on the way under the direction of series creator Shu Takumi, according to leaked pages from the most recent issue of Famitsu magazine.

According to the leaked pages, the game will be set in Japan’s Meiji era (Sept. 1868 through July 1912) and star an ancestor of the series’ famous lawyer, Phoenix Wright. His name is Naruhodou Ryuunosuke (pictured below in a tweet from Twitter user Light Agent). In the scan, he is pictured carrying a sword and the article describes him as having a keen sense of justice and quick to put himself in danger.

(Link to the full story)

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Do yourself a favor and CLICK THIS…then click that and draggggg.

OH GOD TRACK 3 IS FUCKING PRECIOUS.

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sekoshi:

best amv of all time

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tinycartridge:

Happy 25th Birthday, Game Boy ⊟

What a great system you were. This artwork from Eliran Cohen reminds me so much of my experience with the Game Boy, absolutely immersed in whatever I was playing, no matter where I was.

If you haven’t read it yet, USgamer published a wonderful article celebrating the Game Boy, which JC and I contributed to. Here’s a scrap I wrote for it:

My memories playing Game Boy remain vivid, and remembering them now, you couldn’t have them with a home console. Backtracking around Metroid II during a long, turbulent flight over the Pacific. Having my mind blown when I first started Final Fantasy Adventure in the back of my aunt’s Monte Carlo, when your hero gets thrown off the cliff. Jumping through Elec Man’s stage in Dr. Wily’s Revenge, in between eating chicken nuggets at a Chinese food restaurant while my mom gossiped with her friends.

I still return to Link’s Awakening every few years, spending an afternoon by a window. I’m always trying to recapture the days I’d explore Koholint Island, hiding under the dinner table, hidden so no one could bother me and break the immersion but peeking out just enough so the sun could still warm my skin. If I could still fit in them, I’d probably try playing games in a laundry hamper again, too.

Feel free to share your Game Boy memories and birthday wishes!

SEE ALSO More handholding posts (our handheld gamer photo series)
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omocat:

THE OMORI KICKSTARTER IS UP!!!!!!!!

making this game means the world to me

be sure to check out the awesome music by SPACE BOYFRIEND and SLIME GIRLS as well

OMORI is a surreal psychological horror RPGmaker game. You must travel between two worlds, both welcoming, both concealing the same secrets. Meet new (old) people, fight new (old) enemies, explore your own memories, and uncover some hidden truths along the way (although you wish you hadn’t.) When the time comes, you can only choose one. 

OMORI is a character has been described as a “depressed otaku.”He started off as a character who lived on a blog, which lasted from December 2011 until March 2012.

OMOCAT always envisioned OMORI as a game; and with the help of some friends (and you), the OMORI video game can be brought to life.

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This is the closest thing to a “depressing post” I can allow myself to blog, because I’d rather not burden others.

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deltadragoon:

darknutsha:

Completely fake right?

No shit it’s completely fake

Lizardon is Romanized properly, but Chrom isn’t. It should be Krom.

Also should probably add:

The Chrom portrait is lifted from Awakening’s concept art.

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vmagazine:

Melbourne-based fine art photographer, Christopher Rimmer latest series ‘Sign of Life’

Haunting images of two ghost towns that are slowly being buried by sand. Located in the former diamond mining towns of Elizabeth Bay and Kolmanskop in South Western Namibia; at one point these two towns were the symbol of prosperity and growth and now abandoned and left to fade away into oblivion. full story & gallery via Yellow Trace

***The series will be on view at the Art Expo New York - April 4-6, 2014 - Pier 94, NYC

(images courtesty of ©christopher rimmer)

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bryko:

The Yoshi cycle exposed

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justanimemusic:

Final Fantasy VI Piano Collections - Kids Run Through The City Corner [Uematsu Nobuo]

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My friends trying to motivate me into productivity

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