worked disc

I got my ps2 emulator to work playing my ps2 discs directly (it’s rad af) and the first thing i just have to play is shadow the hedgehog 

it’s like when i was younger i completely missed how ridiculous this game truly was. It was frustrating at a lot of times, yes, but i never REALISED why it felt goofy more than edgy for me. Today I realised.

You can’t say that a gif of shadow spinning whilst holding a grenade launcher won’t make you smile every time.

So I was just thinking about those posts you get in the Discworld tag about the way belief works on the Disc and how Vetinari and/or Vimes is so integral to the way Ankh-Morpork works that they might just sort of… not ever die.

You know, the ones like ‘Vimes is going to become a god of policemen and he’s going to hate it”.

Well. What if it happens to both of them? There are two parts to the city, after all. ‘Proud Ankh’ needs taking down a peg or two (or seven) by Sam Vimes, and if anyone can terrify ‘pestilent Morpork’ into being better then it’s Havelock Vetinari. And they can drive each other mad with stealth puns for centuries, if they want.

Also, this would potentially make them literally Law And Order, and that just seems very fitting in a way that would probably annoy them both.


video game meme: [2/7] video games → tomb raider: the last revelation (1999) 

Sonatine - Mouvement De Menuet
Philippe Entremont
Sonatine - Mouvement De Menuet

 Sonatine M.40, For The Piano - II. Mouvement De Menuet (Minuet Movement)

Year/Date of Composition : 1903-05
First Performance : 3-10-1906 in Lyons
First Publication : 1905
Dedication : Ida and Cipa Godebski
Composer Time Period : Early 20th century
Piece Style : Early 20th century
Instrumentation : Piano (solo)

By Composer Joseph Maurice Ravel

Performed By Pianist Philippe Entremont


 D&E’s “Present” won 2 crowns: Album of The Year / Best 3 Albums at 30th Japan Golden Disc Awards. Congratulations D&E !!  

(crossing my fingers for them to get the real value in Korea as wellfrom now on which they deserve for all of this hard work)


I wrote about it in my newest PS2 demo disc dump I just made public, but hot on the heels of that really weird, voyeuristic MGS1 video I found on a demo disc a few weeks back is a series of skits Konami made to promote MGS3 and they’re… something. There’s not really a word in English for “at times kind of funny, but most of the time just strangely unsettling for reasons you can’t quite articulate.”

Given how I keep running in these things as I go about my Japanese demo disc work, I guess I’ve been ordained by god to bring them to the public’s attention or something so. Here. You. Go.

I am the bone of my idols, tears is my body and money is my blood. I have scouted over a thousand rares. Unkown to death. Nor known to life. Have withstood pain to collect as many tickets. Yet these hands will never hold anything. So, as I pray, Unlimited Disc Works.