it’s a stupidly insignificant detail, but one of my favorite things about the Crash remake is that i can make him walk now
the last time i played these games, i was 8 years old and playing with one of these primitive contraptions
i knew Crash had a walking animation, because i would very occasionally see it when i lightly tapped the d-pad just right, but i couldn’t make him do it on command and that drove me nuts for some reason
now that i’m replaying this 20 year old game on this $400 modern game console, i can finally live my childhood dream of making a cartoon bandicoot move at a slightly more leisurely pace
So I can’t question your decisions anymore? Of course you can but– Joffrey never let anyone question his authority. You think he was a good king? Do you think I’m Joffrey? You’re as far from Joffrey as anyone I’ve ever met.
“Brave men, all of you. Butchered a woman pregnant with her babe. Cut the throat of a mother of five. Slaughtered your guests after inviting them into your home. But you didn’t slaughter every one of the Starks. No, that was your mistake. You should have ripped them all out, root and stem. Leave one wolf alive and the sheep are never safe. When people ask you what happened here, tell them the North remembers. Tell them winter came for House Frey.”
I was talking about how the foxes make bets all the time with someone who doesn’t know the books yesterday and I came to the ASSAULTING realization that it’s all allison
they’re probably ALL betting with allisons money. the bets go up to hundreds of dollars and she’s the only one of them who has that kind of money from something other than life insurance. guaranteed they started betting on stupid shit with $5 and then allison burst in with $400. then who ever wins that bet, if it’s not allison, places some or all of that money on the next bet.
it’s just allison’s money circulating over and over and over again no one is betting with their own money anymore
I’m tired of fighting! It’s all I’ve done since I’ve left home. I’ve killed brothers of the Night’s Watch, I’ve killed wildlings, I’ve killed men I admire, I hung a boy younger than Bran! I fought…and I lost.
Andrew and Aaron pretending to be eachother for @sirandking
Aaron stares blankly at the clothes that have been thrust into his chest, then up at his brother. “Why the fuck would I wear that? Not all of us have to dress like we’re stuck in our ‘rawr means I love you in dinosaur’ stage.”
Andrew’s perpetual smile twitches, his only sign of anger. “Just fucking wear it. I’m going to pick up the runner today instead of you.”
Aaron glares, but Andrew always wins any staring contest between the two of them. “Fine,” he bites out finally. “But don’t make this a habit, okay?”
“No promises,” Andrew says, and leaves Aaron to change in peace.”
“Take my German test for me.”
Andrew doesn’t look away from the TV and the re-run of some stupid sit-com playing on it. “Why?”
Aaron frowns. “You’re better than I am. All that practice with your boyfriend.” He spits the word out, hoping to garner a reaction, but Andrew doesn’t even blink.
Aaron grits his teeth, takes a breath. “Please.”
Andrew flicks a cool look in his direction. “What did you just say?”
“I said please.” The repetition keeps Andrew’s eyes on him, although his expression is more murderous than agreeable. “Andrew, I’m going to fail this class if I don’t do well on this test.”
“Why are you doing so badly? Skipping class to meet up with Katelyn?” Andrew, too, spits the word out.
Aaron says nothing.
Andrew turns his gaze back to the TV. “No.”
Frustrated, Aaron storms off.
The day of the test, his hoodie is missing. Aaron smiles to himself. He gets a B+ on the test, which is worse than Andrew could have gotten, but better than Aaron could have. He takes it.
Talking to Bee helps, supposedly. Aaron isn’t sure; sometimes when he looks at Andrew he still feels pointless anger simmering beneath his skin, a frustration he can never scratch out. But maybe it helps, because when Andrew shows up on the day the freshman are supposed to arrive with a matching outfit for Aaron, he takes it wordlessly.
It is, he admits, if only to himself, kind of fun to mess with people at his brother’s side.
excited to share that i will be working at ign entertainment as a designer starting june 1! my first job out of school and what better way to start my career than to make stuff promoting video games :D