My only (current) qualm about the Xbox 1
How are we supposed to distinguish the 3rd generation XBOX from the 1st generation XBOX??
…listening to Persona 4 music while doing my (literal) final college project.
I have listened to The Almighty while doing the prototype screens.
I am now listening to Period.
When I compile things into one neat project, I shall be listening to The Genesis.
Why do people hate BearShark?
I consider BearShark to be on the same par of older, ‘classic’ cartoons (see Tom & Jerry or even Looney Tunes). Plus, the protagonists are a bear and a shark! I thought more people would like the cartoon based on that fact alone!
For those whose preferred characters did not make the DLC list…
Why do you not create in M.U.G.E.N. the characters you wanted?
‘Simply, Tumblr gets better faster. ‘
Unfortunately, that is a huge non-xkcd ‘That’s what she said!’
I remember the time when people were looking for ‘the 70th trainer’ that was yet to appear in their Trainer’s Eyes (in Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire). I admit that I was confused on why they left the number at 69… until I played the game through a protagonist of the opposite gender.
Those who played the games know that the protagonist’s rival appears in the protagonist’s Trainer’s Eyes. The thing is that the rival depends on the gender of the protagonist: a male protagonist (which was my usual idea) had a female rival, while a female protagonist had a male rival, complete with his own Trainer’s Eyes entry.
In other words, if you add the ‘missing rival’ to the list of 69 trainers, you get a total of 70.
In addition, the protagonist whose gender did not pick went on to be the rival of the protagonist you did chose. (In other words, if you pick the boy, the girl you did not pick becomes the rival of the boy you did pick. If you picked the girl, the boy you had forgone becomes the antithesis of the girl you preferred. The protagonists and rivals are the same characters.)
In light of this, I realized one thing…
The 70th trainer is the protagonist (and, in a way, you).
Yahoo bought Tumblr pass it on