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  1. centurion

    Audio Club

    I'm really not sure what this video is about, but it looks like something made by people who never had a domestic life of any sort - that were born in prison and can't leave? Anyhow, the underlying composition is mainly Cotten-Eye Joe, Close Encounters and Rolf Harris - which is some post-South Park humour. Where did you come from, where did you go? Where did you come from, Cotton-Eye Joe? Rolf came from a prison colony... and went back to prison? (not too much sarcasm I guess) More important is I got to dance with Ellie at the school disco, cos everyone went beserker to Cotton-Eye-Joe. But only after numerous neath-death experiences like falling off a quad bike, having your solar plexus nearly broken by a fencing blade - Ellie, so obviously the karmic logic of the world ( / fish) we have to harm each other to an equal amount first or afterwards. Sabrepulse is a Hull musician I used to email, and had a brief stardom in the early iPhone games scene - this track is an earlier version of Summit (or sommat) recorded from the previous band. It was the band leaders directive to never make fixed tracks and only improvise according to Buddhist monk logic of impermanence, but clearly people had gadgets in their pockets and we were bootlegged.... even more, not less. This one, hilariously - had more of the original remixed themes. So for instance there's Mary Poppins and ... at breakbeat techno speed, Somewhere Over The Rainbow... with epic kickbass stuffs. Alright... I'll get my coat... sorry.
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    My favourite of these was Wide Awake -- this track is mainly The Snowman remixed with Pop & Twinbee, both of which are questionable, although the track argues in favour of these as some kind of stopping point / generic abstract therapy node. The base genre for all these tracks was invented during GCSE music to wind up my teacher that locked me in a room after school (various illegal things). So all the stuff he considering anti-music: Gregorian chanting (Catholic), Happy Happy Hardcore and Gameboy (confiscated, and teachers never gave it back / went missing = nick shit from teenagers). That teacher wasn't legally allowed to also: feed my coursework to his dog or something, and the exam board can't legally confirm if your work was properly submitted either - some kind of paradoxical data protection scheme. GCSE... legally protecting kids since 1999... from themselves! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuwfgXD8qV8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0BWlvnBmIE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5Sd5c4o9UM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KlyXNRrsk4A https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjwZAa2EjKA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F57P9C4SAW4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7RMQksXpQSk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41i4uCWST_U https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqYxyd1iSNk
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    Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp - Nook goes mobile

    It doesn't fit into the mobile space, which is to say that previously when they ran a walled garden of convict-prisoner players... you accepted many things like the villagers had personality, or Mr Resetti wasn't annoying, but given the freedom of Apple/Android and Nintendo are now third party, they're in danger of being what Blur referred to as a charmless man; not likable for who they were, but elements ignored since they had an absolute reign in this particular market. As many people pointed out, you could find a Nintendo counterpart in most industries, and likewise an equivalent to Edge simply by exploring WHSmiths a bit and stalker-browsing.
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    Elite Dangerous

    Elite always reminded me of my cardboard box spaceship to Button Moon. I could stockpile biscuits or fruit and swap it for squirty cream on my jelly at teatime, except that commander spock-cat deserved a plate of squirty cream and I went on strike for equal rights. In order to accomplish this it used the technology: cardboard box flap to observe planet 'fish tank' for four hours, and the kitty being badly behaved was bear-hugged into the internal cushionry (allows for roll and pitch) but could escape if wanted, by mewoing. and the galactic cops impound my spaceship for three days. they refule wih a vacuum cleaner pipe which is ironic, but i make secret crumbs from stockpiled biscuit and deserve a spacestation servicing. meaning: where is planet fishtank in this version of elite? and the free biscuits?!
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    Gran Turismo Sport - Mondays 8PM UK forum races!

    Is this game using proper AI yet or does it still use the recycled Indiana Jones minecart tracks?
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    New people: say hello here, let us know how you found rllmuk!

    RLLMUK, Rllmuk and rllmuk are different names right? RLLMUK was Robs forum. Rllmuk was my own forum, with Rob being lazy and not moderating (the forum needed no moderation) rllmuk is this one, owned by mystery people.
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    Music that was too good for the game it was in.

    Ah... the days of token lesbian erotica to make something sell. Or is the game dire to make the lesbian erotica less popular? Oh world you topsy turvey > _ >
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    TAM4 and the HEX WARS >
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    It might help if Pete could communicate properly. Like UN meetings or something.
  12. Terrible. The beachlines don't even have pebbles or starfish. Hire someone to be entirely dedicated to a pebble generator, and for an entire year they're just paid to walk beaches... again and again every day until they're fuelled up on absolute rage and don't want to see another pebble in their life. But importantly - are likely to throw their cup of water over anyone at a game dev conference who dared to make shite pebbles, and disrespect their months of inner turmoil and personal sacrifice - like their wife left them, and everyone calls them pebblehead freak. AND. Bunjie need to look after starfish in a tank, and pretty much pray them every day as a superior species and make STARFISH1 official boss of the company they beg mercy to for failing to replicate their true glory to Xbox Live. AND. The grass is the wrong species height, so they then need to be slave labour assigned to cutting the Wimbledon grass every year, on penalty of being pelted with strawberries for ruining television. BBC2 viewers will literally come and smash the place up for being ignorant. Or just... crinkle plastic cups even louder than normal, but on masse this noise is more serious than dubstep. Go directly to jail. Do not pass GO or collect 200 Live points. You are the weakest link. GOODBYE. And. ARGHHHHhhhhh. Go to fucking wales and actually look at a mountain in 3D, or whatever else: Yellowstone or whatever. The tops of these absorb and then reflect nexuses of inra-red light. Talk to a bloody airforce pilot about how they actually have to compensate for this and use it to blind each other, and they'll tell you the actual physics angles involved. So otherwise your mountain looks like the castle in Monty Python's Holy Grail. Oh... it's only a model! (on second thought Camelot is a very silly place, let's not go on game server the stupid physics devs). The end result is merely a pixel shader and will take no additional processing, obvs. > _ >
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4gdhsVKTcs "They need to have a Bond intro where Bond is doing something mundane, like making a cheese sandwich or cleaning his bathroom." "This is by far my favorite opening to a Bond film ever. I mean how can you top this? James Bond gets shot in the chest, falls 100 feet off a bridge, sinks into the water, and then we get the first lyrics of the song, "This is the end". Of course, then 20 minutes later it turns out this wasn't the end, but god damn, talk about a hook." "i used this song for a dramatic scene while im leaving the last day at my university." "I'll be honest. When I first saw this movie I thought these were the credits." "Who else thinks the lyrics to this sound like something about nine eleven like “Skyfall” and how we will “stand tall, face it all, together” against terrorists. It makes me feel bad about the skyfall part and good about the stand together part"
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    TAM4, Adventures of
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    ^ The story of Silly Beef (and other TAM objects)

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