I'm amazed that you can come up with this stuff. But why did you get Stamper to do JUST that one voice?
Wasn't funny at ALL, not too sure how this made the Front Page. I'm not sure how him landing on a block counted as "funny".
But... at the end, he seems to crash into the garage, but when he gets out of the car he's in a living room. Not anything big, but it just caught my attention. Besides that, this is probably my favorite movie in the series.
Still find myself coming back to this one time and time again. It's great deal of things that come together to form such a throughly solid gadget: crisp visuals, a beautifully crafted interface, wicked choice in tunes, and of course the great depth of customization in every facet of the tool. I adore the great skill shown in line and color work on the model, and the delicate sense of movement and style intensity. Whether or not this is absorbed as a simple dress up game to the lot of the community, this submission proves to be a splendid exhibition of design knowhow and a damned fun look into a spectacular caricature artist. Love it!
Genius! Really, a masterful understanding of misdirection and conveyance. One can sense the great care put into the slow revelation of the sub plot, not to mention the subtle clues and references that the less explorative player may overlook. I wouldn't want to spoil anything for those who haven't given this a try, as this title has successfully transcended being just a "game", and is one of the few interactive stories that has truly been crafted into an experience. The visuals are concise and thematic, the audio is unnervingly subdued and seamlessly integrated… to be frank, the creator's effort to invest the player's emotion is immensely successful. I would recommend this title to anybody who wants to understand immersion within video games, and why modern-day games of this particular genre simply don't make an impression. Good on ya'.
I don't remember THIS from the story...
I beat this game a LONG time ago, and only just got around to getting 100% (which has not yet happened because of the secret medals...), but this was great. Awesome game, fitting atmosphere, and the mushroom "death" scene was... memorable. Along with all of the secrets (the room, the high five, and whatnot), I loved nearly every minute of this whole production. Some of the bugs were a little distracting, but they could always be fixed by going back a few steps and trying them again. I'm waiting for Part 3, let's hope it has EVEN LESS to do with the story of Hansel an' Gretel!
That's all there is to say, I think.
Brings back... frustrating memories. Still one of the more memorable games on the site, though. And yeah, the Nene one's the best.
I like it. The only distracting thing is the length of his right arm... but it really doesn't take much away from the image. Good work.
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