chotheho:

trying to train a weak pokemon and it faints so you bring in your strongest pokemon and absolutely murder them in revenge

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chirpofjoy:

also how disappointing is it that the radscorpions from Fallout aren’t just scorpions wearing sunglasses that you casually pass and wave to on the broken roads throughout the Wasteland

lztybrn:

remember way back in 2006 when the wii first came out and then the entirety of the world forgot how to hold onto something with a firm grasp so much that nintendo had to make a shock absorbing condom just so that tvs wouldnt get destroyed when people would end up sending this thing flying at their tvs at 900 miles per hour

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I need these. All of them.

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Protect Your Balls!

This is the most amount of fun I’ve had on a completely stupid game in a long time.

Apart from the fact that despite the massively customisable character (including female styles), you still can’t choose to be a girl, I have no fault with this game yet. It’s like being dropped into an episode. Cartman and Randy have really stood out as the best characters so far, though I have a bit of a soft spot for Butters too.

I think my favourite little side quest so far was Finding Jesus, and his summoned attack is amazing.

Thanks to my location in the UK, I have to play the censored version, although from what I read, I don’t actually mind that much. As I found out today, you get a detailed description of the scene that you’re missing anyway. Plus, you still get to open a random door on the street and witness a guy getting it on with a horse, so that was… interesting.

The whole section with the ginger kids gave me a bit of a laugh, even being a daywalker myself. Oh, and Jimmy’s speech impediment borderlines on painful, but still has you giggling while you cringe. The humour is just so ridiculously stupid that it can push the boundaries of offensive further than anything else. This game, so far, is the best representation of the show we could possibly hope for.

Can’t wait to play more of this!

the-la-li-lu-le-lowdown:

game of the year

the-la-li-lu-le-lowdown:

game of the year

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hawkules:

imagine a video game where you create a hero whose destiny is to save everyone, but throughout the game you start making harder and more questionable decisions, and the game gets darker and darker. and in the end you’re just standing there, clutching the controller and finally realizing you were playing the villain all along

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