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Bio: Check My Twitter for more about me. .Likes: Epic RPGs, Superhero MMOs, Kung Fu Manga, Anything and Everything Martial Arts in general, 80s Anime, Cyberpunk and all its derivatives, Superhero Comics, Sentai Comics, Sidescrolling Beat Em Up/Brawler games, need I say more?Dislikes: All Maoi/Cutsiness/Fanservice in anime (it propogates and encourages pedophiles) ESPECIALLY Panchira, Homework, Jeph Loeb, hypocrisy, Rats, fruitflies, stuckups, and I'm sure there's more but they just piss me off too much to detail.


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January 12, 2012 2:02 pm If you're curious about other (often forgotten) fighting games, check out the fighting game encyclopedia: fightersgeneration.com It's been around since 1997 and has entertained me since.
November 4, 2011 2:32 pm The film had Jeffrey Jones in it. We'd better bring him back. As a famous podcaster* once said "that film had duck tits in it." *I'm talking about, Phil Theobald of the Player1Podcast, old school 90s editor of EGM/GameNow and current freelance reviewer for Nintendo Power. *Came from episode 249 "Superlove" (near the end).
November 4, 2011 1:42 pm I guess he never read a manga called Barefoot Gen. Forget a building, THAT COMIC WAS ALL ABOUT THE HARSH DEVASTATION OF HIROSHIMA, now THAT induces rage. The man needs some perspective on life is all I'm sayin.
October 18, 2011 1:16 pm This is quite possibly the best installment of this "interview". Currently the most interesting segment on the site.
October 18, 2011 1:13 pm "Screws loose?" Now, now, let's not resort to name-calling here. If you don't have anything constructive to say, it's best not to say anything at all (generally). You stopped reading after "brainwashed" because it challenged your lifestyle by suggesting that the content you intake from television might be organized to subtlety convey a message into your subconscious (which in fact IS the reason why commercials can cost up to BILLIONS). At any rate I found this interview very interesting even though it may or may not be an imposter (who can ever say? this is the internet after all).
October 13, 2011 4:26 pm REALLY?! How utterly boring of a pitch. "Hey guys I got a great idea, let's make Magneto a BAD guy this time! Excellent! Am I right? Am I right?" I couldn't be more disappointed. Too soon of a return to status quo.
October 11, 2011 11:32 pm It's a friggin alias. And the scanner is obviously done. So... WHO CARES?! Logically? No one. An alias means nothing, the interviewee said it himself. At the end of the day all of this should just be taken with a grain of salt, unless revealed in spectacular fashion like with Christopher 'moot' Poole on CNN (in regards to 4chan).
October 11, 2011 12:38 pm *correction: me, not my
October 11, 2011 12:38 pm Sure thing. And the fact that it's on my web browser makes it true. 16 years of being online (from usenet to firefox) have made my cynical so you'll have to forgive me if I don't believe you. This is why anonymous tips and interviews aren't permissible in the court of law. No one can tell for sure if it's true or if someone is full of crap.
October 11, 2011 12:15 pm No offense but the fact that it's a scanner who's recently quit but won't give out his alias sounds too convenient Jim. I call your bluff.