its pretty much the only line from vegeta
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I'm surprised by the amount of people learning of the games release because of this thread. C'mon folks, keep up, ya'll are supposed to be the hardest of the hardcore in gaming, we're frequenting a video games sales site ffs, hehe, ya'll need to keep up with the medium.
Double post. Mobile version of this forum is the worst I've found on the internet.
I'm not sure what you mean by tight or punchy. The whole story of the game is pretty simple, and should just be ignored. Fretting over the story in this game is like fretting over the story in the OG Super Mario Bros. The game does have a huge issue with tutorialitis. The first few levels are just too easy. But it does ramp up steadily from there. The healing system might feel forgiving now, but wait until you are fighting some of the insane boss fights this game throws your way. Give it another try. At least until you beat the North area boss. I call him Bird-Asshole-Jesus.
I'll give it another go after I get bored of grinding in Stardew.
Still no angry review so BUMP. Thinking about grabbing Journey to the savage planet but still eyeballing this.
When PS4 will hit 100m consoles sold: Before Christmas 2019
There were three ravens sat on a tree / They were as blacke as they might be / The one of them said to his mate, Where shall we our breakfast take?
From Middle English cakken, from Old English *cacian, from Old English cac (“dung; excrement”), of uncertain origin and relation. Cognate with English caca. Compare Dutch kakken (“to defecate”), German kacken (“to relieve oneself; defecate”), Latin cacāre (“to defecate”); cf. also Irish cac (“feces, excrement”).
I wasn't aware there was so much varied spelling of this or that it had so many different meanings but in Ireland we just say cac, meaning shit.