Gamer, Geek, Gentleman. Library Guy, Sex Nerd, & Aesthetic Connoisseur from Melbourne, Australia.
I'm honest to a fault, I probably love everything you hate and I'm definitely NSFW
Just did this. It was awesome.
The Konami Code strikes again
Me & Iain are so G, haha. If anything we probably lay FURTHER apart than in this picture.
Oh, shit this makes me n’aww so hard and sadly reminds me of how lonely I feel right now.
I love snuggling/spooning so, A. all the way for me.
The last person I shared a bed with was the perfect little spoon and we fit each other just nicely. She said she can’t fall asleep like that but, managed to twice in a row so, she was either really tired or really comfortable with me.
I like contact. So, even if it’s an especially hot night or we just want some space, I still like to be in contact with my partner so we’ll usually end up in H. with our bums touching or I put my hand back and rest it on my partner’s thigh/bum.
Ugh. Good memories just make me feel so sad and alone right now. Let’s move onto something sexy.
B. Isn’t ideal for sleeping but, is of course the perfect make out position.
A “signature move” of mine is to have my thigh between the girls and slowly inch it closer to her crotch while making out. Escalating from barely brushing against her, to slowly applying more pressure. It’s the slow build up that makes it suck a killer technique. Solid foreplay is essential and something I love.
As the make out session girl gets more into it she’ll instinctively begin to rub against your thigh. Eventually it gets to a point where I’m guiding her grinding with my hands on her hips.
By this stage it’s pretty hard not to move onto fucking. But, I’m a massive clit tease so, I’ll usually try to hold out for as long as possible. In fact I’m more likely to do some finger work and make her cum like that first.
TMI? No such thing. So, why reveal my sexual secrets? Because I’m not an easy lay by any means. I’m very fussy about the girls I bed, I don’t do one night stands and I can count my sexual partners on one hand. The odds of this being *spoilers* for any of you reading this are pretty slim. Besides I have other tricks up my sleeves ;)
Hey, I warned you this Tumblr was going to get personal didn’t I?
Asshole narration in Wave Race: Blue Storm. NeoGAF’s Raoul Duke found a hidden code in the GameCube launch title to replace the pit crew with some jerk who berates you for the entire race. And the “turbo” effect is now a little girl’s voice.
I have this feeling that if it had been discovered ten years ago, Nintendo would have dissolved the NST studio that produced it.
“oooh a turbo”
IS-NITRO-CAPTURE unit explained and opened up by ASSEMblergames. This neat but expensive device from Nintendo’s Intelligent Systems team is used for capturing screenshots/videos from GBA and DS games, and also for outputting video to televisions — DS videos are displayed on either two TVs or on a single TV rotated on its side.
I’ve seen these lurking in the background of photos at expos and developer offices, but this is the first in-depth look and semi-taking-apart of the tool I’ve come across. They’re quite expensive, costing studios around $3,000 to purchase (some game review outlets also have them), but you might be able to pick one up second-hand for half the price.
Apparently this guy hacked together a similar capture device with parts that only cost him about $170.
Intelligent Systems has also produced IS-TWL-CAPTURE, a newer model of this box for DSi handhelds, so this unit is obsolete. Presumably, it’s already created an IS-CTR-CAPTURE version for the upcoming 3DS, too.
See also: IS-TWL-DEBUGGER touring Stockholm
Is it truly possible to play as Master Hand in Smash Bros, Melee? We break out the quick fingers and get to the bottom of it!
Totaka’s Song found in X-Scape. Yes, it’s that catchy melody Nintendo composer Kazumi Totaka likes to hide in every game he works on (e.g. Animal Crossing, Luigi’s Mansion, Mario Paint, etc.).
I mentioned this tune’s discovery last Friday, but Pyro873 posted this clip with instructions for finding it:
- Save the fake doctor from planet Mapate — he’s wearing goofy sunglasses and has his tongue sticking out. (An obvious homage to how the song was triggered in the original “X”; I’m not sure if it will work with the real doctor)
- Bring him to the main base on planet Mordarl.
- Continue the conversation with your robot until he asks, “What’s that?!” You’ll hear the music change to a weird distorted tune. Let it sit for roughly 2 minutes & 45 seconds and Totaka’s song will play.
Speaking of music, from what I hear, X-Scape’s soundtrack is bangin’. In JC’s interview with Q-Games (Dylan Cuthbert) and Nintendo — in which Totaka’s involvement with the project and the song’s inclusion was revealed — Cuthbert promised, “When you hear the music and sound in X-Scape, your mind will be blown.” Blown!
And while we’re talking about music in DSiWare games, Maestro! Green Groove released on the DSi’s download platform today! This contains only a fraction of the songs included in the full European release, but it’s nice that this is finally available to buy/play in the U.S.
See also: Review: Maestro: Jump In Music
Fun fact: Those blocks that look like Legos in Mario Land 2’s Marco Zone? They’re actually N&B Blocks — a product Nintendo marketed in the 60s specifically to compete with Legos.
Dancing panda from Strider (Genesis/Mega Drive). Hidden in an out-of-the-way corner of Strider’s third stage, a small panda waits behind a stack of artillery shells. After you destroy the shells and find the little guy, he does a jig, rotates his head, and disappears.
This silly Easter Egg went unexplained for more than 20 years until LSCM tracked down and interviewed Strider’s designer Kouichi Yotsui recently:
“The graphic staff and planners will sometimes conspire against the planner and put something in without his knowledge. For Strider, someone put a panda in the battleship’s cannon room without my knowing. The person who did that later became [Keiji Inafune]’s wife, fully supporting her husband’s success.”
So, the prankster who coded the dancing panda in Capcom’s Strider went on to marry Mega Man character designer and Onimusha/Resident Evil producer Keiji Inafune!
[Via Danny Cowan]
Nintendo CTR Target Board. Somewhere in this mess of electronics, there’s a Nintendo 3DS — that’s what most gaming news outlets were reporting this morning, at least. I think I see two screens? I don’t know; this thing looks like it would be difficult to hold. I imagine I’ll need to get a new DS pouch to carry this around with me.
Digital Foundry, which brought attention to this photo from an FCC filing (presumably submitted to receive approval for the handheld’s WiFi hardware), says it can see speakers, a DS cartridge slot, and an SD card section. Apparently, there’s a camera and a controller in there, too. Who knows, maybe if you look hard enough, you’ll also see rumble support, GameCube-level graphics, and an embedded AI modeled after ex-Nintendo president Hiroshi Yamauchi, insulting players whenever they load an RPG.
Anyway, the rumors are that this is an oversized test kit for the Nintendo 3DS, and that the larger top screen will offer 3D and widescreen support. That’s interesting and all, but the Yamauchi module sounds like a bigger deal, IMO.
See also: More Nintendo 3DS coverage
graphicpunching asked: How does EV training work?
It pretty much works like this. Defeating fast Pokémon increases Speed better than fighting slow Pokémon, defeating Pokémon with high hit points improves HP more than defeating Pokémon with low HP, and so on. For example, fighting 100 Machop will improve a Pokémon’s attack stat more than fighting 100 Abra of the same level, whereas the Abra will improve the Special Attack stat more. hese bonuses, in the form of effort points, are gained in addition to bonuses gained by increasing level.
how to cheat your pokewalker
For those of you are are interested.
From the youtube description…
All you need is your pokewalker and a plasma ball lamp (mine only cost about $10)
i didnt even realize that this worked until i placed the pokewalker on my nightstand last night. When i checked it to put it on my belt it had gained over 30,000 steps overnight!
i’m not sure exactally what’s happening here, but all i know is that i set my pokewalker next to the plasma lamp and it started to count steps!