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thejohnsu:

"Take me into the water! I’m going to chase some crabs out for you guys."

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pixalry:

Dire News - Created by Aled Lewis

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Dire News - Created by Aled Lewis

dorkly:

10 Incredibly Great References in Fallout: New Vegas

Fallout is the story of a post-apocalyptic Earth - something that SHOULD be enormously depressing, but is undercut by Fallout’s wonderful sense of humor and acute pop culture awareness. Sometimes, it’s shown through the ridiculous dialogue of characters talking about hand-penises or about how they have a theoretical degree in theoretical physics. Sometimes, it’s shown in the happy, optimistic musical choices contrasted against the terrifying reality of the post-apocalypse. And sometimes, it’s through sly references to pop culture snuck in by the developers. And while all the games have references in spades, Fallout: New Vegas really goes all out (especially once you’ve activated the Wild Wasteland trait, which many of these depend on).

Click here to read more of the weirdest and greatest references hidden throughout Fallout: New Vegas!

challengerapproaching:

thebourgyman:

I think deep inside we’d all love to have a Smash game with an all-female cast. That would seriously kick ass. Take notes, Nintendo!
Can you name all characters present here?

We would buy this in a HEARTBEAT.


I’d play this. For Minda. And Daisy.

challengerapproaching:

thebourgyman:

I think deep inside we’d all love to have a Smash game with an all-female cast. That would seriously kick ass. Take notes, Nintendo!

Can you name all characters present here?

We would buy this in a HEARTBEAT.

I’d play this. For Minda. And Daisy.

(via smashbroslegacy)

smash-64:

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floating-head:

ssbgifs:

Palutena confirmed OP

I don’t understand what’s happening here

"To clarify what is happening here, Palutena’s Reflect barrier both reverses and reflects (much like Mario’s Cape). Despite the fact that the Villager is riding it, the Lloid Rocket is still a projectile. As a result Villager is reversed while the Lloid Rocket is reflected and once the rocket explodes it hurts Villager instead of the opponent." -SiLeNtDo0m

And I wanted to play her before I even saw this

smash-64:

ssbgifs:

floating-head:

ssbgifs:

Palutena confirmed OP

I don’t understand what’s happening here

"To clarify what is happening here, Palutena’s Reflect barrier both reverses and reflects (much like Mario’s Cape). Despite the fact that the Villager is riding it, the Lloid Rocket is still a projectile. As a result Villager is reversed while the Lloid Rocket is reflected and once the rocket explodes it hurts Villager instead of the opponent." -SiLeNtDo0m

And I wanted to play her before I even saw this

(via smashbroslegacy)

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SAMUS by JimboBox

katiestown:

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS: title screens

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