I’m really proud of Cartoon Network right now. Despite their weirdness of having freakin’ reality TV shows (what the hell?) and dropping amazing shows like Teen Titans or not buying up new seasons of them like Secret Saturdays, they have a really good lineup right now. Aside from their good comedy shows like Regular Show, Adventure Time or sometimes Mad, they have their Saturday morning action show lineup. Which is, by the way, incredibly good.
This Saturday in particular was an excellent example. I mean, Thundercats was just alright like usual, and while the Pokemon Black & White episode was really good, the show can be a little dull sometimes as well. But Green Lantern and Young Justice really just highly impressed me.
Uploaded the Mega Man Zero I promised ages ago. :3 I intended to upload it earlier in the day, but it just didn’t work out that way, sorry. You can watch it here or continue reading to check out the video embed. Continue reading
Since I’ll be uploading a video about Mega Man Zero (finally) later today, I thought I’d finally express some thoughts I’ve had since I started the first Zero game that are better conveyed in a post than in a video.
Bottom line is Mega Man Zero has a hella oppressive atmosphere. To begin with, the story is basically robot nazis; the Resistance you’re protecting is facing complete annihilation by a militaristic force that’s trying to create peace for humans, but not for Reploids (which you, and the Resistance, are). Robot Nazis. Furthermore, the game is HARD. Some difficulty in a game with a scary setting goes a surprisingly long way in making that scariness believable.
And then there’s the boss theme, Crash. Just give this beautiful beast a listen:
Last night I uploaded a video on my YouTube channel about Legend of Korra, so you should check that out if you haven’t yet. First video in a while, so that’s cool. Link here or you can continue reading for the embed. Continue reading
Forewarning, this post contains stuff that’s… really immature.
Alright, so I’m a little late posting this, but it’s a worthy thing to post so I figured better to post it later than not at all.
Bottom line is I was watching Thundercats last weekend, the 18th episode, “Survival of the Fittest”, and it cheesed me off so bad.
Now, Thundercats isn’t a bad show. It’s not a great show either. It’s decent but has issues throughout — especially in the writing and presentation — and this episode had some big ones for me, although… possibly they bugged me more because they’re a major annoyance for me.
The episode primarily focused on WilyKat and WilyKit as they were being taught how to hunt for food by Panthro and Cheetara. This got pretty dumb pretty fast as the kids repeatedly refused to actually kill the food. They just couldn’t bear to kill these guys:
Hey there everyone. I’m giving this site it’s first launch. This is AxletheBeast.com and it will be (as the name vaguely suggests) my personal website from here on out. Primarily, it will serve as a blog and news site for my stuff. I’ll probably post about stuff I’m doing on other sites I go to, such as link to my videos and articles on Zelda Dungeon and Pokemon Dungeon, as well as post notifications about new stuff on my YouTube channel and deviantART.
More importantly, though, I intend to post up original stuff on here as well. There’ve been a lot of articles, reviews, and other thoughts I’ve wanted to put out somewhere other than a forum post, and I thought a blog (or a site in a blog format) would be an excellent way to do that. So uh… here it is!