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@benjo_t: It's how I feel about Sonic making the 2D to 3D jump.

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@benjo_t: I think that might just be nostalgia talking. I liked the grimy aesthetic of the originals and everything, but these are just modern takes on that world.

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I don't know a damn thing about Bad Bunny, but he put on a hell of a show this weekend.

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Grrr...

What!

What!

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@cikame said:

People need to know that learning to play the guitar isn't rocket science, some people take to it better than others of course, but i feel like one day of just noodling around breaks down a lot of the perceived difficulty.

I always compare it to learning a 10 hit combo in Tekken, you're just finding out either through tabs or videos where to put your fingers and repeating it till you remember. Note that that's just my level of guitar playing, learning my favourite songs as a hobby, learning theory, chords, scales, whatever else with a goal of being an actual guitar player who plays 8 hours a day, lessons are probably for you, if you just want to be a cool rock player go for it.

I initially came here to disagree with you, since after 20 years I'm still learning new stuff and improving my technique.

But honestly, within 6 months to a year you can have the basic fundamentals down. It might not sound perfect and there's a ton of detail work to clean up over time. But once your fingers learn how to press down frets, you can sync up your hands and strum, and have a decent sense of rhythm, you'll be on your way to learning a lot of basic songs and melodies.

I still remember learning about power chords, and suddenly I could jam along to hundreds of songs. And if you're into acoustic strumming, just memorize a few chord shapes and you can start your journey there. Heck, that was within a month or two.

And if you wanna get fast, play Guitar Hero 3 with a pick (it HAS to be that guitar) and try to 5 star everything.

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Something about the weird unsettling vibe and art reminds me of Neverending Nightmares, just with more rubbery people. And the most striking straw thing since Sekiro.

Seems kinda cool.

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The guy's shocked reaction at 26:35 is the exact moment I came around on his character and the game as a whole.

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Tomb Raider II had the opera house Jeff was referring to. Creepy ass level, and the whole game had some of the coolest environments in the series (well, except the level where you start underwater surrounded by sharks).

It's really, really due for a remake. Tomb Raider: Anniversary was darn good and the sequel deserves something on that level.

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Ah, yes, the Heartagram.

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Is this like a museum tour or something?