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  1. centurion

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    Try playing Waverace 64 after half a bottle of vodka, then having a relaxing nap. It feels nice.
  2. The voice clip in this, 'weigh anchor' is actually myself as a nine year old girl playing a wargame character called Silverbeard (was reading Treasure Island at the time). It took about 3 years practicing Dr Claw with Mark (Moss from IT Crowd) and nearly blew my throat apart, but this is essentially how a kid can hold rank against an American drill sergeant for instance. Later in life my dad got M.Bison stressed, asking me to prove that I wasn't possessed by a Dungeons & Dragons type demon, so I slowed this down a lot and did an impression of Stephen Hawking at 40x40 duo-hemisphere adrenal
  3. The audio play within this is an alternative middle section to End of Evangelion, in which an additional Lazytown unit stalks around in the forest using Solid Snake type stuff, incapacitates both Shinji and Asuka via a particular neck-nerve destruction, and then activating both of their AT fields, throws them up into the sky to nullify both the M2 mines and Eva series. It was the sort of thing NATO staff agreed to do to each other under atomic war protocol, to ensure we don't all die in horrible fires. True story, but members of English Military Police are contractually obligated to die at age
  4. centurion

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    The Detroit news crew here have obvious difficulty hiding that this relates to a diagnostic simulation. EF2 isn't legally allowed to create such scenarios on the radio system unless they're very obviously fantastical and cite existing fantastical material, for example Planet of The Apes or Mars Attacks. Since the job officers do is massively depressing, it also cheers up staff to be silly for a few hours.
  5. centurion

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    Mission: Ensure aircraft doesn't fall on family houses in France during test flight, or that the pilots neck doesn't break Report: Success Secondary Mission: Ensure Cheney and Bush don't start third American Civil War with each other Report: Success
  6. centurion

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    (Divebomb malicious code tripwire > goth diagnostic output) We're no strangers to love You know the rules and so do I A full commitment's what I'm thinking of You wouldn't get this from any other guy I just wanna tell you how I'm feeling Gotta make you understand Never gonna give you up Never gonna let you down Never gonna run around and desert you Never gonna make you cry Never gonna say goodbye Never gonna tell a lie and hurt you We've known each other for so long Your heart's been aching but you're too shy to say it Inside we both know wha
  7. centurion

    EF2

    [Verse 1] I walk a lonely road The only one that I have ever known Don't know where it goes But it's home to me, and I walk alone I walk this empty street On the Boulevard of Broken Dreams Where the city sleeps And I'm the only one, and I walk alone I walk alone, I walk alone I walk alone, I walk a- [Chorus] My shadow's the only one that walks beside me My shallow heart's the only thing that's beating Sometimes I wish someone out there will find me 'Til then I walk alone [Post-Chorus] Ah-ah, ah-ah, ah-ah, ah-ah Ah-ah, ah-ah, ah-ah [Verse 2] I'm walkin
  8. centurion

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    EMERGENCY EXTRACTION AUTOPILOT wtf Don't stop, never give up Hold your head high and reach the top Let the world see what you have got Bring it all back to you Hold on to what you try to be Your individuality When the world is on your shoulders Just smile and let it go If people try to put you down Just walk on by don't turn around You only have to answer to yourself Don't you know it's true what they say That life, it ain't easy But your time's coming around So don't you stop tryin' Don't stop, never give up Hold your head high and reach the top Let the w
  9. centurion

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    ^ kaibutsokakusu: nanakatchi tanmatsukaisen . kazuichi nakeihatsumochigi . jinpinomona jou . matakatchi kaneoko! . matanana seikakukanai . jinpinkaminiwa namei . matakatchi niwadennou . nanaba tsukitoride . shiashi kokorokenkyuu?! ^ One of the useful aspects however is extreme cypher compression. This text should be at least 5-10 times longer than it is. Don't even know if ancient kanjii translations are acurate but the game title supposedly means Monster Comparison: Enlightenment Cake Justice!.
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    Famicom style artwork for Keihatsumochigi. General idea was to make a functional language game for glyphics, and then switch it to Adurian - this then forms a pool of material for a first movie chapter in which Dorito and Heather meet at a language-amnesia rehabilitation facility. Thing is, even though ancient Kanji looks and sounds really cool, it isn't really that useful or practical. I spent about the last six months thinking about this; wether to junk historical foundations or not.
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    ^ There's actually a plotline now in which a Tempest version of main protagonist Dorito (Meaning: Holy retribution you can consume = Lovable Catholic Crusade?) actually kidnaps Leight Francis for about a year and keeps him locked in a space station, similar to The Craig. At this point he's not only what we would refer to as a godlike being (although there are massive limitations, like that your personality remains fixed and you never grow neurologically ever again, pe-tahpan) but the only person left following his own religion, and thus calls upon the most important spiritual leader in his lif
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    Damn. I lost the original language reference for this, and only have the plain phonemes, but since it was built using proper anthropological linguism methods - you can feasibly pull it apart using the same methods. Urm, so the actual content is a version of the song Heroes, which for entirely logical plot reasons ended up being the primary religious prayer on Adure. The actual meaning is heavily different than intended, like nobody knew what a Dolphin was, so this ended up being affixed to a mythical space dragon that cries tears from outer space. Now I had a chance to work on a lot of the can
  13. Controversial Opinion: The best ever Sega game is... Space Slalom. Subtle design genius. Edit: I learned something interesting from watching this player. They're using some kind of industry-standard exploit as to where shooter objects tend to go, and then get stuck when it doesn't conform to this. Instead, you need Actual Astronaught Skills to make really tight moves in time, and the level design is like I say, a strange form of subtle genius. Edit2: The player gets to grips with reacting to objects and not doing Britney Spears dance moves, but starts to get
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