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When people talk about endings in video games where the player can't succeed I see surprisingly little discussion of Cagey Capers, an old Sega Genesis Looney Tunes game where you play as Sylvester and never do catch that darn canary for more than a second or two.
Recently, I was watching classic Tom&Jerry shorts. Some years ago I'd gone on a binge of old Looney Tunes as well, and being older it was interesting to be able to compare and contrast the style of the two; Looney Tunes is a lot more verbal (unsurprisingly), but it's also notewothy that Tom is way more competent then his Warner Bros. peers, having a much higher win rate and being a lot more likely to get hits in when he loses.
Though I had forgotten just how much Tom kisses Jerry.
You know, I recently realized the number 1 thing I want in DP remakes.
The ability to report Mindy for trade fraud, and get a glorious cutscene of her being handcuffed and led into a police van.
It might be a lengthy court case but I think a jury would agree that anyone agreeing to trade for a Haunter is obviously expecting a Gengar.
I just learned (a few days late...) that SaGa Frontier is getting a remaster! The original game had quite a bit of content cut for release that is now going to be included! It's actually sweet because there was an interview with the director back in 2017 where he said he'd like to re-release the game with the cut features but was not sure if god would keep (him) alive until the day it can be realized," and now it's coming!
I've loved the other SaGa games I've played so this is very exciting for me.
In the past I've been annoyed at Pokémon always removing good features going forward, but at the moment I'm looking at the bright side:
Gen 9 won't have me doing 10,000 max raid battles for it's post-game content.
Becoming a vampire sounds cool--eternal unlife, turning into a bat--but it really isn't. Here's what you need to keep in mind:
*It turns out being repulsed by religious iconography isn't a mild inconvenience the hero uses in the final moment but deeply inconvenient at all times.
*You may or may not be killed by the sunlight. If possible please ask the vampire who bit you if your the type that dies by sun, is weakened by sun, sparkles in sunlight, or whatever. If your vampire dad or mom is deadbeat you're in trouble and--I know, this is shocking--records show that 47% of new vampire parents don't stick around for when their child raises from the grave thirsty for blood.
*At a certain point every one of your tax returns is audited.
*Turns out a bunch of other supernatural entities exist and you're pretty low on the pecking order. You can lord it over zombies, ghouls, and goblins, sure. But ghosts don't really care, and demons, sorcerers, and the Unseelie think you're a joke. Werewolves are sort of an even match but they instinctively hate you. Stock up on silverware.
*You do not get a complementary cape. You must find a cape and purchase it yourself, with your own money.
*Your Transylvanian castle is actually annoying to have. It's dusty, in a terrible state of disrepair, the architecture changes every year or so, and frankly? The flea men are making fun of you behind your back. But if you don't spend at least 180 days a year with it as your primary residence it stops being tax deductible.
*Being unable to enter a private dwelling without invitation is a pretty big problem if you're not suave and charismatic. Dracula had a much easier time feasting on beautiful youth than Count Orlock is what I'm saying.
So have a happy Halloween and remember; if a stranger asks if you'd like them to bite you and turn you into a vampire, be mindful and say no!
I'm sure some people here remember when the Simpsons did the "Who Shot Mr. Burns?" two parter. It was a big event at the time and they held a contest to guess who did it. Apparently no one eligible for the prize got it right so they chose a random entrant who had guessed Smithers to win.
Apparently the Mirage Hotel in Vegas put odds on various suspects:
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Seen a few things suggesting the odds were faked as part of the contest, though?
No money was involved but my family put guesses down when we watched the episode. I put mine on Snake but I don't recall who anyone else thought.
Krusty is bizarrely high considering he had a great alibi in part 1 that he'd been out of town for most of it and had no motive.
Also Hans Moleman for some reason.