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Here is something

Posted by Obsessionist , Apr 15 2014 · 71 views
Just Because, It seemed cool and 1 more...
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Alternatively: "My mood today"
 
Alternate Alternative: "He's Always Watching"


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You know what's a great game?

Posted by Obsessionist , Apr 13 2014 · 63 views

Super Monkey Ball 2.


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Spring Break

Posted by Obsessionist , Apr 12 2014 · 44 views

I should really work out when I'm going to do all that schoolwork but first come Super Metroid and making my BZP convention package.
 
(Super Metroid just keeps getting better and better.)
 
(My life is so good.)


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Soundtrack Appreciation Post

Posted by Obsessionist , Apr 10 2014 · 80 views

Nintendo, you release far too few soundtracks, and I wish those you did release were more easily available.  Would it be that hard to post all the soundtracks on iTunes?
 
Here's to appreciating the soundtracks, Nintendo or otherwise, that are available, and how awesome they are.
 
I own, from eBay, the Japanese Ocarina of Time, Majora's Mask, Wind Waker, and Super Mario Galaxy soundtracks. My fave is probably Majora's Mask for pure addictive tunes, although Galaxy has a wondrous, different type of epic, inspiring pieces that are impeccably orchestrated.  Wind Garden and Melty Molten galaxy, anyone?
 
Here's too rereleases of the Twilight Princess, Moka OoT remix, and MM orchestrated albums so they go down in price, and more soundtracking in general.  (Also more iTunes/iTunes equivalent releases, pretty please?)


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SMASH HYPE

Posted by Obsessionist , Apr 08 2014 · 68 views

SMASH KIRBY AIRRIDE
 
Greninja looks a little odd but GRENINJA!  Such a good Pokemon, my first ever, so good!
 
All of the character movesets look amazing!
 
Mega evolutions!
 
HYPE


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So what if

Posted by Obsessionist , Apr 06 2014 · 123 views

every morning a MacGyver-style title sequence montage of your greatest moments flashed before your eyes, complete with epic music and your name overlaid on a huge explosion?


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Metroid

Posted by Obsessionist , Apr 05 2014 · 81 views

refuse to spend any more time trying master wall jumping.


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Nintendo References on Crash Course

Posted by Obsessionist , Mar 30 2014 · 50 views

Make me happier than they should.


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GO

Posted by Obsessionist , Mar 29 2014 · 53 views

Wikipedia:
 
The atomic bomb go game is a celebrated game of Go that was in progress when the first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, Japan on August 6, 1945. The venue of the game was in the suburbs of Hiroshima, about 5 kilometers (3.1 mi) from ground zero.[3]

The game was about to enter its third and final day of play when the bomb dropped at 8.15 am. The players — Hashimoto Utaro, who was the Honinbo title holder, and Iwamoto Kaoru, who was the challenger — had replayed the game to the adjourned position but had not yet started to play on. The explosion caused disruption to the game, damage to the building, and some injuries to those attending the match. Play was resumed after the lunch break, and the game was played to a conclusion that evening. Hashimoto, holding White, won by five points.

Game 1 of the match had been played 23 to 25 July in the centre of Hiroshima. The move to further out of the city area was recommended by the police, after a drop of propaganda leaflets[citation needed].

The match was continued after the war, ending in a 3-3 draw. A three-game playoff was held in 1946, won by Iwamoto in two straight games to claim the Honinbo title (becoming Honinbo Kunwa). Utaro went on to reclaim the title in 1950.[4]

The Honinbo title, originally the name of one of the Four go houses or state-funded academies of go that had been set up in the 17th century, had become the first of the annual titles for which professional players compete on the death of Honinbo Shusai. Wartime conditions had made the holding of annual matches problematic, since large preliminary qualifying tournaments were required to find a challenger. In 1945 the Honinbo Tournament was being run for the third time.

Pictured: Atomic Bomb Go Game at play 106, when the bomb exploded on Hiroshima.[5]
 


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Works of Shakespeare Unlikely to be Transcribed by Apes

Posted by Obsessionist , Mar 27 2014 · 108 views

From Wikipedia:
 

 
In 2003, lecturers and students from the University of Plymouth MediaLab Arts course used a £2,000 grant from the Arts Council to study the literary output of real monkeys. They left a computer keyboard in the enclosure of six Celebes Crested Macaques in Paignton Zoo in Devon in England for a month, with a radio link to broadcast the results on a website.[10]
Not only did the monkeys produce nothing but five total pages[11] largely consisting of the letter S, but the lead male began by bashing the keyboard with a stone, and the monkeys continued by urinating and defecating on it. Mike Phillips, director of the university's Institute of Digital Arts and Technology (i-DAT), said that the artist-funded project was primarily performance art, and they had learned "an awful lot" from it. He concluded that monkeys "are not random generators. They're more complex than that. ... They were quite interested in the screen, and they saw that when they typed a letter, something happened. There was a level of intention there."[10][12]

 






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