Recent Movie Reviews

Generic Protagonist #2 Generic Protagonist #2

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Haha, I can't believe this series came back...

Strangely the poor audio quality kind of adds to how inane these stories are. None of it really bothered me (there was the occasional earsodomizing pop during the loud screams but there wasn't anything hugely wrong with it as a whole). The jokes in this don't seem recycled from the last episode (and nearly did me in with that freakin' duck), and it all has that weirdly-spelled, continuity-vomit trollfic-adaptation humor i love.

The only complaint i have is that the thing with the mouths of those anime-stereotype guys doing their weird out-of-sync dance-- it seems a bit too similar to the lipsynching jokes in Girlchan in Paradise, but i guess there's only so many jokes you can make about the shitty lipsynching in the average anime dub.

The animation is fun and makes fun of itself at times, the expressions are hilarious, the sound effects you mined are pretty sweet... all around a lot of fun to watch. Hope there's another one in sight, because i just remembered how much i love this ridiculous series. Cx

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drodZILiA responds:

I'm glad you like the series! We are hoping to have many more installments on the way.

Sonic The Sketchog Sonic The Sketchog

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty good, especially for one day.

Ahaha, I can't believe I noticed the reference to that freakin' Ju-On Wii game. That pretty much made the entire flash for me (which I know is kind of a ridiculous reason)...

The animation in this is kind of skitchy, but I guess it goes with the style. I can imagine that if you applied yourself to a particular project for several months (I would suppose it's this top secret thing you mentioned), you'd have a lot of awesome material to show for it. I can't imagine how you could have made this in just a day, so kudos for that.

The humor in this flash isn't particularly my cup of tea, but I can appreciate how others would find it funny. I also like how you did facial expressions, that always tends to sell me on these sorts of things.

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Imaginary Coolness Imaginary Coolness

Rated 4 / 5 stars

surprisingly good quality stuff here.

Also, in response to TheRandomDot's advice; actually, you aren't really a good man unless you -are- a good guy. If you're going to help ruin a girl's self-esteem just to get into her pants, you don't really deserve to go out with her in the first place. I can't say most chicks I know dig confidence in any major way. Sure it's a bonus, but they more appreciate people with similar interests, who are actually -nice- and aren't around just for the pussy. Try being a gentleman and treating a woman nicely for once, not like a walking thing to put your penis in, and see where it gets you, guys. Being interested in who they are as a person helps too.

But I'm getting off topic here. The voiceacting is pretty good in this flash, it almost reminds me of Egoraptor's work a little except it doesn't sound quite as off the wall, which doesn't detract from this work so it's fine. The drawing is pretty good; the fact that you actually bothered to do some decent shading and backgrounds leads me to believe you put a lot of effort into drawing and putting it together. The lipsynching is also really good, and while the joke isn't blindingly fantastic it doesn't detract too badly from the rest of it. For a second submission, this is pretty legit.

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servandovill responds:

oh thanks ! yeah the voice have some what to egoraptor , thanks :)

Recent Game Reviews

Reimagine :The Game: Reimagine :The Game:

Rated 5 / 5 stars

You've outdone yourself with this one.

I've enjoyed :the game: series right from the start, and I thought that it had already hit its best point with replaying :the game:, but apparently I was spectacularly proven wrong. This is a fantastic commentary on... pretty much everything. Politics, pop culture... internet memes... This game mentions a lot of social nuance that I can identify with and that apparently a lot of others can too. The Super Meat Dress idea I found was especially clever.

And I don't know why, but I found that end boss fantastically creepy. Like, up there with Furbaby creepy. Just... wow. I was not expecting that at all from this game, and it was great.

The voice acting, design, programming and animation work was fantastic, and I find it interesting how instead of poking fun at/bashing Justin Bieber himself, you concentrate more on making fun of the fan following and cultural reaction to him. Refreshing.

All in all this game was time well spent for me, along with my experiences with the other instalments. You guys came together and made something fantastic that really stands above this time around. Excellent job.

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Momiga Momiga

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Unusual, vaguely-explained, but interesting

The game has an intriguing element in guessing what controls the dot will move with every level, but one problem with it is that what exactly you're supposed to do isn't really clearly enough explained. Sure, you're supposed to guess what method you have to make it move with, but what do certain things mean-- like when it instantly appears at the left side, or scrolls beeping to the left side; which means you screwed up and which means you completed the level? Eventually I figured out the former to mean you messed up and the latter you made it, but it would have been easier if this had been more clearly described in the directions. Generally the instructions seemed a little -too- vague, even for a minimalist game.

Recent Audio Reviews

Rainbow Orchestral Tylenol Rainbow Orchestral Tylenol

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Oh man, I've been waiting for something like this.

Holy crap, I'm -not- the only one on NG who knows anything about Renard's music. Rainbow Tylenol is one of my favorites from his Kitsune^2 pseudonym...

It's a little muddy at the start with that low part, since the notes are so low and come so quickly and that's hard to emulate clearly with strings, but this is really well put together for a synth orchestra. The sax threw me off because it sounded so sharp in contrast with the orchestral stuff happening beforehand... what I could suggest to make the orchestra's notes sound sharper and have more kick is using more percussion like cymbal hits or something, or just making the instruments sharper in general somehow... I don't claim to be an expert on these things, though, I only use famitracker rofl.

Either way, this is going on my player definitely. Epic props for this.

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Andertxuman139 responds:

Thank you very much for your review

I know that the sax fits a little strangely in there, but I liked how it sounded, even if it wasn't really classical. Although, some orchestras have saxos in.
About adding more percussion, the orchestral one that I have was very unreal and that's why I only put the timpani.

Anyways, thanks a lot for reviewing again n_n