I'll try my best. I'll no longer bitch about video games. No longer haterade on franchises and characters. Instead I'll talk good about games. First thing is I'll add this GTA Chinatown Wars Rampage locator I made. I'll update it later if I find more rampages, and eventually it will turn into guide for security cameras, stunt jumps, scratcher shops, gasoline, hideouts, and so on. You guys can add to it if you would like to. ok that's all bye.
Ok, so I want to thank everyone who shared with me some of their thoughts. I'm going to update this post with another image, which goes further into the Five and Seven points that I was talking about earlier.
Now, to me, some of you seemed to come off as confused towards the meaning of this post. In all honesty, this was simply an idea going on of what type of responses I could get from people if I put up some words and an image or sets of images. The images deal with some current popular subjects (Religious, Biblical, satanic, conspiracy theories, mythology, and so on...). I organized and lined them up how I wanted, inverted the B&W on some images, and inserted titles and subtitles around them.
The images only represent what the person viewing wants them to represent. I understood that if I injected certain types of images, I could potentionally get a certain reaction from people. Mostly also to compare familiar symbols, shapes, and lines, and the ideas or "connections" that could appear before another person after viewing these images. An example of this are the seals of the American $1 note, as these two images have had a sudden burst of interest in certain groups and popular culture.
As I add the third image, I'm hoping you receive further personal meaning from this exercise.
Cos the mods don't like my freedom of speech and freedom of lunacy. :( So here are some images for those who "follow" me. Also adding this to the Off-Topic (Because that's where OFF TOPIC DISCUSSION GOES) in hopes that more people will come in and share with me their views on God, the Sun, and the Stars, and sun worship. I would more or less like to hear your opinions on what is commonly referred to as "the Devil".
First of all, these images have nothing to do with the Illuminati. So don't even come in with your Illuminati voodoo and 4chan pix.
These images concern: 1. The Devil 2. Adam (Eve) and Adam 3. Lucifer (The Devil, Satan, the light bearer) Morning Star, Son of Dawn 4. The Serpent (The Devil) 5. The Serpent (The Dragon) 6. The Sun God, The Sky God 8. The All Seeing Eye (The Sun, The Star) 9. Baphomet (The Devil, with Templars, with Pentagram, with Hexagram) 10. Hexagram and the 7 Points (Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Venus, Mercury, Moon, and Sun) Pentragram and the 5 Points (Earth, Water, Wind, Fire, Spirit) 11. The Great Pyramid, and the All Seeing Eye (The Sun) 12. The Rising Phoenix and the Hexagram made of solid Pentagrams (The Sun) 13. The Swastika (The Spiral) within the Hexagram (the Seven Points), The Spiral within the Sun, the Swastika within the Hexagram
Also, the phrase NOVUS ORDO SECLORUM = New Order of the Ages (Beginning the true age of Aquarius, or the Third Stage) NOT "New World Order". In a later post or edit, I'd like to get further into the 7 Points, the 5 Points, the Swastika, and especially the Crescent and Star (Sun).
If you still feel like being a jerk and want to go all Illuminati on my ass, you can draw a Star of David over the Pyramid and a Pentagram on the Eagle.
P.S. I've been playing Metroid a lot. I have heard people say that Metroid is outdated and has not aged well, but those people are freaking crazy. This game still holds up, and I must say, it is a lot better than Kid Icarus (in sound, graphics, gameplay) in my opinion. I mean, Kid Icarus is good in its own way, but I find Metroid to be the better game. Tho I do love me some crab walking Pit when you hold down. Looking forward to Other M.
Just wondering. Also, would you pay $80 for... a controller? Yeah, been looking for a Neo Geo Stick 2 for Wii but I think they've been nabbed up everywhere. But I did see this lovely SNES controller replica for... EIGHTY-DOLLARS? Shiiiiiyooooott. I can understand it being 80 bucks. I mean, it is a (so far) exclusive Club Nintendo of Japan prize... but still... it is a wee bit expensive. It reminds me of the other day when I went into a local GameStop. I saw Game & Watch Collection for the DS used for $20. I find it funny because that game takes about $800 worth of video games to get those 800 coins to get that prize (in the US at least, probably less coins/stars in Japan). But yeah, I'm going to dump a bunch of pictures (that I stole from the internet), and you should look at them (or at least scroll through them really fast like its an animation).
EDIT P.S. Sometimes I feel like the Kotaku staff have never played video games before.
An idea that to a point, if you continue to put hours into the game, becomes nearly impossible to win or finish. Would you think this is a re-playable idea? Your thoughts on playing something like this?
I just want to share this website with you guys. Its run by Derek Yu, who you may or may not know as one of the dudes who worked on Aquaria and Sperlunky. I'm sharing this website for those of you who really enjoy old (and sometimes new) video game art work, concept art, and wonderful stuff like that.
This comes after playing Final Fight Double Impact at a friends house. He showed me all the unlock-able goodies from the game, and a lot of it was just fantastic concept artwork and cabinet artwork from a time when Capcom was really ahead of itself and its games truly shined.
They Live, directed by John Carpenter, is to me one of the most important and unique films that should be in your memory banks. I recommend this film not only for its great use of cinematography, music, and special effects, but also for its underlying message and ideas. But also because it has some great scenes with Roddy Piper ( the famed wrestler ) and Keith David ( some of you may know him through some video game voice acting ).
They Live (1988) Directed by John Carpenter Written by Ray Nelson, John Carpenter 93 Mins Universal Studios
Let me just say this: Mario Kart Wii has some really super funky awesome music and Stereo mixing. I went to Radioshack on saturday to pick up a female/female 1/8" piece with a Stereo/1/8" male piece.
Basically what I am doing is taking the Red and White stereo audio from my Wii component cables, connecting them to a stereo/audio piece, then another audio piece, then to my cheap PC speaker (which is used to control volume and to lengthen my audio cables), and finally I hook up my booming bass headphones.
Let me just say this folks, try playing the Resident Evil remake with this set up at night. Tons of fun. :)