Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time - Game Center CX 109
Thanks to the guys on SA for finally translating this episode! I’m so happy right now!
GameCenter CX, a Japanese TV show, that stars Shinya Arino. He plays Japan’s most popular games, usually being old retro games, and records his playtime under a time limit, usually under 24 hours. He is assisted by Staff for support and game play help.
One of the most anticipated episodes of GameCenter CX, Arino’s plays the masterpiece The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Can Arino-Link brave the dungeons, save princess Zelda and defeat the evil Ganon?
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This is what it’s like to be a MEGA GEEK.
Harmonix are giving people less and less reason to play their games instead of going out and learning to play an actual instrument like a normal person.
More proof that WoW-players are crazy.
An isometric version of the NES classic Metroid that you can play right in your browser! (requires Adobe Shockwave)
Here, have something I was working on before it got abandoned due to technical difficulties.
Save Canadian Copyright Laws. Contact your MP! Stop it before it’s too late! It only takes about a minute or less to complete, and it’s worth it. Reblog/send this to everyone you can!
Say what you will about Avenged Sevenfold; these men have quite a bit of talent between them all. Any band with the ability to fuse multiple genres into 8-9 minute epics and have the song seem as if it’s only 3 and a half minutes long knows what they’re doing. The song has plenty of lyrics and variation to keep it from feeling repetitive and stale. The choruses are a good two or so minutes apart, giving the song a nice pace. It irks me when a song repeats the chorus after only 20-30 to seconds. The song itself uses dynamics liberally, a very admirable quality in music today as it seems to be lost on today’s musicians. The song opens up with merely two acoustic guitars, but an old-western type electric guitar comes in with a chorus and strings, eventually swelling into a steady metal/rock riff accentuated by the same acoustic guitars the song opened with. It’s a song you can rock out to in the car but it’s also soulful in its own way.
My birthday is coming up soon and, for once, I’ve actually figured out what I want: a fucking Ocarina. I’ve been wanting to take up the challenge of learning a new instrument for a while now, and on that list was the Ocarina, specifically, the transverse, 12-hole “Sweet Potato (or Zelda) style. The Ocarina is probably the most cost-efficient instrument on my list, so I figured I would go with that one first. I’ve picked out two Ocarinas already - Either of these would be fine,
though I’m kind of leaning towards one of those two. I’ll let you guess which.