The Toy Story 4 thing is just a rumour. It hasn't been confirmed by Pixar, they haven't said anything about it. They have enough sense to know the series ended at 3, at least I hope.
As for Finding Nemo 2... eh.
Oh, you weren't here in the glory days of 2009 where they lasted for over 100 pages
no you are not allowed to lock my thread hand it back over jerk
I would literally do this to anyone regardless of their join date. yhuu kno my nAmE , nhaat mii story~*~*
you're making this so easy for me thank you
It's not an opinion it's fact that they are terrible.
So... so many things
Yo dude you don't even have to reply this is my thread now
I have nothing against gay people but I DEFINITELY have something against Black Veil Brides and this thread offends me
Whatever happened to the Death Note game? That was the only fun thing to do here.
I guess I'll try for Death the Kid? Maybe someone else too, I'm not sure.
At the gamestop in my town I'm friends with some of the workers, and they've given me advertising things before like a Halo cardboard stand and such. I'm gonna see if they'll sell me the one they have there, I really want it.
Chain of Memories will always be my favorite. The card system was definitely annoying but it worked well on the Game Boy (but was complete **** on PS2), and the plot was probably the most compelling/emotional of all twelve of the games released.
Rich White Kids is really really good. Earl tweeted that apparently he was high when he recorded his verse, which I find completely believable.
I really hope not because I was really immature and annoying looking back at my old posts
Can I just start new-ish
So hi, khv. I left this place for a long long while, unofficially; I just sort of got bored of the site. But now for some reason I feel like I should be coming back. And this time I'll be coming back for good. Probably. So what's been up?
I declined the warranty, and since it's a pre-owned game I can't return it, so no :c
A toddler sits up in his bed, hearing a noise. Fear chokes him, paralyzes him.
A young man sits up in his hammock, listening to the wind blow on the sands. His thoughts keep him from sleep.
The toddler imagines the things that could be lurking just out of his sight, or under his bed, or beyond that door that he insists be kept closed.
The man thinks of what all had happened during that day, and of what might be lurking just around the corner that he will pass when he wakes up in the morning. If he wakes up. If he can sleep.
The toddler wishes that he would just be able to fall asleep, but he cannot keep those unseen horrors out of his mind. He keeps on sitting up.
The man wishes that he could let sleep take hold of him, if only for a while, but he is powerless to stop the horrors of the day from entering his mind.
The toddlerâ€™s mind acts on instinct, taking his mind from one thought to another until he runs out of thoughts to think. He falls asleep.
The young man longs for his brain to be exhausted of images, of sounds, of thoughts, but they still stream, endlessly, until he loses consciousness, overwhelmed from the things that enter his mind.
The toddler wakes up, and goes through a whole new day. At night, the same behavior happens to him again, until he falls asleep. He is losing sleep over his thoughts.
The young man wakes up, and goes through a whole new day. At night, the same behavior happens to him again, until he falls asleep. He is losing sleep over his thoughts.
The young man continues this pattern for a while, but eventually it is all over. He goes home to his family, his tiny daughter and his wife who is as young as he. But his thoughts donâ€™t leave him. Every night in bed, the same routine happens until he loses consciousness. One night, he cannot take it any longer. He lies awake in bed, thoughts of the war going through his head, pistol in hand. A shot is fired, and he loses consciousness one final time.
The toddler continues this pattern for a long while. Eventually he grows up, and joins the Marines, not because it was his dream, but to pay for his education. His battalion is one of the first to go to war, and one of the first to leave once it is over. He is not happy when he is home. He decides to shoot himself, he cannot handle the pain any longer.
A man loses his life. A daughter loses her father, a wife her husband. A mother and father, their son.
A country wins a war.
I know that his weapon is a Lexicon, but in English at least a Lexicon has a subtly different meaning than Dictionary, but it's hard to explain. But I always thought that even though it's called a Lexicon, it contained reference and magic, not like the definitions of words. When you can fight him in KH2 FM, he uses it as a magic summoning book, I believe.
Well, I wouldn't have discovered this website, which has led me to knowing stuff about the internet. I met my best friend because we both shared so many common interests that I discovered through this site, and the internet, and he got me into all the music I listen to and the social subcultures I'm in, and so without Kingdom Hearts I wouldn't be the person who I am today.
So a couple days ago I purchased FF13 for the xbox, and I began playing it today. I didn't get far at all, only to where you first begin to play as Snow, specifically the third cutscene in that chapter. I guess there's something wrong with my disc, because that won't load, no matter how many times I try to clean the disc with specific disc cleaning cloths or whatever. I can't skip the cutscene, either, so basically I cannot play the game past that point, well, at least I can't play disc one.
I decided I'll just play disc two and three because I really like the story so far, but the point of this thread is, would anyone be willing to summarize what happens on disc one of the game? So, I will know what I'm missing when I start from disc two. You could even just copy and paste the information from wikipedia, but I only need to know what happens on disc one, so if you could like go to the Final Fantasy wiki article and copy and paste the story information just of what happens on disc two, that would be really great. I'd do it myself, but I don't know story-wise when disc one ends and two begins. But yeah, it'd be cool if someone could do this, probably take about three seconds.
So what is it that the Dream Eaters do, actually? I didn't really understand in the TGS Interview thing.