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Hello, everyone, and after finally catching up with Jojo up until Jojolion, and with either an OVA or Vento Aureo being animated, as well as Diamond Records being released for mobile, and with the JOJO Great Festival that occurred on Sunday, I think now is a time to make at least one more Jojo related list. And what better list to make than a list of my favorite Stands in Jojo. And this time, I’m including them all, and that includes the main characters Stands, so I’m not holding back on anything. These will all be Stands from Jojo that I love and what makes them so great, as well as a...
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I have already stated before that Jojo has lots of villains in it that make it amazing. From sadistic vampires, to serial killers, to the president of the United States of America. But, for every major villain that is in Jojo, there is… at least twenty minor villains that are right behind them. Minor villains are a major part of Jojo. They appear all the time to be a challenge for the team who is hunting a villain. Whether their Stand is named after Tarot Cards, Egyptian gods, rock bands, whether they are members of Dio, part of a dangerous gang, terrorists from another country, random prisoners,...
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Steel Ball Run is said by many to be the greatest Jojo part in all of the Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure series. And I agree. It is definitely my most favorite part. It has some of the best story-telling of any of the parts, some great interactions between Johnny and Gyro, one of the most understandable villains in the entire series, some of the best Jojo side characters, and, of course, the topic of today’s article, some of the best Stands in the series. Are they all good, sadly no, but thankfully, the good definitely outweighs the bad when it comes to Stands of the Steel Ball Run universe....
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Con Mane has returned.

We begin our story in Beijing, which was violently taken over by the koreans.

Con: *sneaks onto dock*
korean pony55: What was that?
Con: *kills pony* More like who was that?
korean pony21: I'll be right back I just wanna get some cider.
Con: *sneaks toward warehouse*
korean pony21: *shoots at Con*
Con: *dodges bullets*
korean pony21: All units, we have an intruder in the warehouse!
Con: *pulls out gun* Where is that manifest?
korean leader: What do you need the manifest for? Grenades? We made specially designed grenades to blow up an entire building. Now that you know...
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It’s that time again. Time for me to talk about a Suda game. Suda games are usually a hit or a miss between audiences. They can become cult classics like No More Heroes and Killer7, or they can be completely forgotten like Diabolical Pitch. His games are only really considered by people who enjoy his style of storytelling and over-the-top gameplay. So it’s no surprise that I enjoy a good portion of his games. And one that I will be talking about today is the overly colorful and bubbly zombie hack n’ slash game, Lollipop Chainsaw



~Story~

Lollipop Chainsaw is a game that follows the...
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Well... This is one hell of a way to make a positive impression for the new year. I want to start doing remakes of some old lists, because hey, some lists have gotten old or my opinions on a few of them have changed completely, so I think now would be a good time to change up my opinions on a few of them and give them a new light. So, with that out of the way, aren't some video game characters the worst ever? Weather these characters are just annoying, crude, or just straight piss you off, they are always there. Even in the best video games out there, there's always gotta be that one douchebag...
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When I said I was going to review No More Heroes 2, I meant it. When I discussed the previous game, I did mention that I may or may not review it. I said that because, wow, I have to pay double the price of the original game for NMH2. But, in the end, I did it anyway. Because I’m a sad person. But, regardless, here it is. This is a game no one expected would be made. No More Heroes seemed like such a niche game that was fun, but nothing to warrant a sequel. But, low and behold, here it is: No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle.



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Now, you all know that I love the first No More Heroes...
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When it comes to horror anime, they seem to be some of the more mature anime out there. As much flak horror gets in general for just being a disgusting and barbaric genre, seen as only catering to violent psychopaths, horror anime, at least the ones that I have seen, seem to handle their horror maturely. From the psychological break-down of our protagonist in Parasyte, to the symbolism and philosophy of Monster. Even Highschool of the Dead can come up with some relatable characters... You know, when they aren't having jiggle physics. And with Japan treating their audience more maturely, it's...
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Remember my old Dead Rising psychopath ranking and how… Utterly awful it was? Well, I think now is a time to remake that list, and hopefully, make it better than the last one. So, in case you couldn’t tell, I am going to talk about the Dead Rising bosses, the psychopaths. Aside from the zombies, and the endless amount of survivors you need to escort, psychopaths are what make up the Dead Rising games. They the kinds of people you wouldn’t want to run into in real life and you definitely don’t want to run into when there is an outbreak. They are relentless, violent, and have no qualms...
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Hello, and welcome to another installment of Hidden Gems, and today, we’ll be taking a look at the third party game from the Wii. Now, I know that third party games for the Wii were… Not the best. Usually, you’d find a bunch of awful party and fitness games. Sure, you get a few good third party games, but they're all kind of… E rated games. They never went to the extreme… But then one game did just that. There was a game on the Wii that decided to push it to the limit and create something rather gruesome and violent for a console as family friendly as the Nintendo Wii… And no, we...
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Oh boy, how will I ever be able to talk about this game? I guess, at the least, I should give this article a more 18+ rating, and that everyone should be advised of the game we are going to be talking about today. But the game is so old with graphics, that the violence almost doesn’t matter. Well, today, everyone, we have a very special horror game to talk about. Created by Rockstar, the people behind Grand Theft Auto, comes their first survival horror game, and easily one of their most controversial games out there. Rockstar is known for having controversy in their games from murder to bullying...
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(This article contains disturbing content, disturbing violence, blood and gore, and inappropriate sexual themes, You have been warned.)


There are a lot of very disturbing things out there in the world. Though many people have different opinions on what disturbs them and makes them uncomfortable, there are always things that leave people uneasy and completely shocked. So, I want to share with you five more things that I have found that I find to be the most disturbing. Now, you may not find these as disturbing as I do, so if you wish to show me things that you yourself are disturbed by, then...
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Well, everyone, it seems that Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond is Unbreakable is coming to a close soon, with the last few episodes just left before the series finale. All that’s left is to wait for Bites the Dust, and hopefully a Vento Aureo anime in the coming future. So, before we all say goodbye to Diamond is Unbreakable forever, I want us to take a look at the multiple enemy Stands that appeared in the series. Unlike Stardust Crusaders, the Stands in this part were a little more creative. Not as impressive in some skills and strategies, but still pretty creative. Not to mention, the...
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There are a lot of video games that have anime about them. You have classics like Persona 4: The Animation, Devil May Cry, and of course Pokemon. And with new anime based on video games, like Phoenix Wright having a pretty good anime series, and with Castlevania being announced to have a anime some time in the future, it makes me wonder if there are other video games that could have some pretty neat anime. So, today, I want to share with you some anime that could have the potential to have their own anime. Now, before I start, there are some things to address. First off, I am only including...
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Whenever it comes to animation, there’s something so fascinating about it. It’s much different from the real world, and animation allows people to do things that you couldn’t do in reality. And I kinda need to love animation, since I to wish to work in animation. Now, I can’t draw to save my life. All I can do is write, and that’s about it. But I still love the animation of cartoons and animes, and even video games. So, today, I want to share with you all animation styles by creators that I love the most. Some you may like, and some I may get you to like. So, let’s start with the...
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We all know how overused zombies are. They are in movies, tv shows, videogames, books, but rarely do we see them in anime. It’s weird. But, in the year 2010, we got an anime known as Highschool of the Dead, which showed the classic zombies that was seen in movies like Night of the Living Dead. The zombies were slow and lumbered, but were huge in numbers. This anime had a lot of scenes like this.



Like this.



And even this.



But, the zombies aren’t what make Highschool of the Dead so recognizable. No, if you’ve seen this anime, you’ll mostly recognize it for scenes like this....
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