Drawing some inventory items today! <3
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Posted by Hyptosis - June 13th, 2020
I had a dream that I got to screen the fourth Blade movie, which in an interview Wesley Snipes said was his favorite Blade movie yet. In the movie, Blade got knocked out and put into a coma in the first ten minutes.
Then the entire movie played out, okay? There were vampire hunters taking up his place, fighting their way into the underground to kill the 'deep vampire.' There was this scene that took place in the unfinished tunnel system The Boring Company has been working on.
It went on and on. And then, in the end of the movie the main bad guy was winning the big fight, Blade bursts through a stained glass window and stabbed the main boss vampire in the head with his sword and goes, "Surprised?" And then the credits started rolling.
After the movie there was a Q and A with the cast, and Snipes wouldn't hardly talk, and the rest of the cast was going on about how Snipes was super cool, and he'd just show up and hang out and would bring snacks for people and pick up his checks. Then one day he just showed up in costume and burst through that window. And snipes nodded and chuckled and said, "Yeah that's true."
Oh yeah,I forgot, they showed a behind the scenes video and Snipes showed up with two ziplock bags and yelled, "BLADE'S GOT EDIBLES!" and everyone cheered.
Posted by Hyptosis - June 12th, 2020
I'm trying really hard to like Red Dead 2 but it isn't taking. Have ended four of five playing sessions irritated. I've been saving the game for when I had time to play it, bought it the day it came out and have been dodging spoilers ever since. Really disappointed so far. Art and music is great, but Arthur is SUPER rubbing me wrong, and the game is fickle and bitchy as hell. Accidentally got on the wrong horse in town (it looked just like mine), quickly jumped off but still, entire town drew down on me and shot me 15 times. A guy spits on me and pulls his pistol on me, so I shooting him first, entire town comes after me. I dunno. The idea of having to manage food levels and gun oil and all that seems cool on paper, but feels like a hassle too. I know this is going to be an unpopular opinion but I'm struggling to see the appeal. I like the idea of the horse having it's own inventory, and going to it and getting your rifle off the saddle, super cool. But the game just doesn't want to let you have fun, the second I start having fun something goes wrong and reminds me I'm not supposed to. I can do half the shit in real life faster than Arthur can in the game. My save says I'm something like 9 percent through the story or something. I really like the idea of taking care of the camp. Doing the chores was neat although would get old, and bringing game back to feed everyone felt satisfying. I'm wondering if it might be more fun if I don't try to do any open world stuff, if I just run story event to story event and not look back. I like the story so far and the rest of Dutch's crew. The sense of a road family is super cool. I also loved Red Dead 1.