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I love Happy Hours but these were kinda boring. The gameplay looked repetitive and your commenting kinda helped not be one of the most boring happy hours ever. I have no reason to play this game.
i've played Bayonetta, i don't need to play a worse version of that game
People say it's sexist for her outfit? Does nobody remember Bayonetta and her outfit?
I used to really enjoy Suda 51 games. That was until I started realising something, that they were nowhere near as ironic as I used to think they were. I'd say this trail of thought began while watching my brother try and get into Shadows of the Damned. He wasn't particularly enjoying the humor, too many phallic jokes for his taste, nor was he enjoying the gameplay all that much (He did however think there were some interesting aesthetics in the level design, saying its representation of hell was done very well). He stopped playing however when he got to the scene where Garcia is running over the huge naked body of Paula. I tried in vain to convince him that it was supposed to be symbolic of Garcia's inner turmoil but even I had to admit it was just trying to titillate when he literally ran over her huge wobbling naked breasts.
The realisation happened however while I was playing No More Heroes 2. Two girls were thrown up between the player and the enemy and were continuously sliced up until there was nothing left except a cloud of blood. I couldn't stand the screaming. Then it hit me. This wasn't meant to be ironic, it wasn't meant to be a tounge-in-cheek laugh at how anime girls are treated in otaku culture. No, this was genuinely meant to be funny, without the slightest hint of irony.
I've felt the same sort of disappointment I felt then when I first realised the same thing was true about Frank Miller and Mark Millar's work. Now while I'm not saying that anyone shouldn't be able to enjoy these things (by all means if you like this don't let my opinion deter you), I'm just saying that I don't find them as enjoyable as I used to think I did. Same goes for Army of Darkness. Loved it as a kid but I couldn't help but cringe during a recent viewing of it.
I look forward to the walkthrough!
i knew this game would open to mixed reviews
which is cool!
OH GOD A FEMALE :)
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