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i didn't quote you back causei want others to respond to it. ye i thought funny.
Xbox gamers republican lol.
good job in the abortion thread. its truly sickening and scary. hearing some of the responses. its good to hear a sane voice.
Hey there Sperrico87! How have you been?
You should stop by this thread and re-introduce yourself to the vgchartz community!
Skyward Sword is definitely one of the most enjoyable games this generation. But as a Zelda game I would say that it's well below average. No great overworld to explore other than some tiny islands in the sky and revisiting the same areas time after time sadly made it tiresome at times. On a more personal level I've never really enjoyed motion controls, but I guess Nintendo still made a great job executing all motion control functions.
The story is great as well, so overall I'd give it 7,5 as a Zelda game. Slightly above 9 as a game overall :)
What's your take?
Your political alarmism is ill-informed. The Chinese have problems all their own, and while America certainly needs a rethink of a few matters (namely to close off all loopholes on income taxation and restructure our security policy), it's far from terminal decline. The Chinese, meanwhile, grapple with a premature demographic crisis (not a good idea for a low income population to also be greying. The Japanese are better equipped to handle such things, not China) and a housing market that's being held together through sheer force of will