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Twitter Dump Pt. 7

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6

Smaller Twitter dump but of some really nice sketches I did recently. 

1. My Guild Wars 2 Mesmer character, Gamboge, with The Shatterer boss in the bg. I have a little story in my head relating the two. 

2. The Lancea class character from Dragon Nest.

3. My main Guild Wars 2 Warrior Charr, Geoluhread (the original name for Orange, pronounced “Yellow-red”).

4. Anthro version of my favorite Zone of Enders robot, Anubis.

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Nendoroid 538 - Raiden: MGS2 Ver.

Feat. Amazon.co.jp Exclusive Z.O.E. Cardboard Box

So much fun! I hadn’t picked up a Nendoroid in awhile and this one came out at a good time! Now I have to hunt down Solid Snake for a good price x.x

More Nendoroid || More Metal Gear || Shop

At one point I was losing motivation with this piece. Then I zoomed in, added a twist, and threw back the right arm; suddenly it was one of my favorite pieces in a long time. It’s amazing how much of a difference composition makes.

FYI she’s from Zone of the Enders 2. A mostly useless character that I wanted to draw looking badass rather than…100% of all the fanart of her out there.


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anonymous asked:

Can you rec some video game songs? C:

Sure, why not. I took forever to respond to this because, well, I didn’t half ass it

Edit: I added like…. a buttload of new songs. Please, message me if you think something should be added to this list! 


Playlist

Jazzy: 

Main Theme - L.A Noire
New Beginning Part 3L.A Noire   
Temptation Part 2-  L.A Noire 
Main Title and Credits - Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves
Nightlife - Simcity 3000
Updown Town - Simcity 3000 
Bohemian Street Jam - Simcity 4

8 Bit/Chiptune: 

Basement Theme - Binding of Issac
Cave Theme - Binding of Issac
Home - Fez
MilkyWay (Battle) - FTL
Civil (Battle) - FTL
Monkey Island Intro - The Secret of Monkey Island 
Ice Cap Zone Act 2 - Sonic 3
Can O’ Salt - Super Meat Boy 
Chapter 2 Menus - Super Meat Boy
Fast Track to Browntown - Super Meat Boy 
Forest Funk - Super Meat Boy
Death by Glamour - Undertale

Atmospheric Orchestral (Slower or in Major Key)

Neo IndustrialistAnno 2205  
The British Empire - Assassin’s Creed: Blag Flag 
Dream of Venice - Assassin’s Creed 2
We Will Not Be Forgotten - The Banner Saga
Gerhman, the First Hunter - Bloodborne 
Dancers on a String - BioShock
China Peace Theme - Civilization 5
England Peace Theme - Civilization 5
Ethiopia Peace Theme - Civilization 5
Menu Theme - Civilization 5
Mongolian Peace Theme - Civilization 5 (i really like civ v ok) 
Time’s Scar - Chrono Cross
Elves at the Mercy of Man - Dragon Age: Origins 
Orlais Theme - Dragon Age: Inquisition
The Western Approach - Dragon Age Inquisition
Road Most Traveled - Elder Scrolls: Morrowind
Caprise - Elder Scrolls: Morrowind
Silt Sunrise - Elder Scrolls: Morrowind
Minstrel’s Lament - Elder Scrolls: Oblivion
Through the Valley - Elder Scrolls: Oblivion 
Wings of Kynareth - Elder Scrolls: Oblivion
Comrades in Arms - Elder Scrolls: Online
They Did Not Die in Vain - Elder Scrolls: Online
Aurora - Elder Scrolls: Skyrim 
Forgotten Vale - Elder Scrolls: Skyrim
Under an Ancient Sun - Elder Scrolls: Skyrim
Bowerstone - Fable 
To Zankarland - Final Fantasy X
Finish the Fight - Halo 3
Sea Theme - Heroes of Magic and Might IV
The Knighting - Horn 
Attonement - Journey
Threshold - Journey
Ballad of the Goddess - Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (Reversed)
The Citadel - Mass Effect
The Adventure Begins - Rayman Legends 
Enchanted Forest Pursuit - Rayman Legends
Moving Ground - Rayman Legeds
The Barrow Hills - Settlers VI
The Land of the Sun - Settlers VI 
Deserted - Simcity 4
Wheel of Progress - Simcity 4
Living in Infrastructure - Simcity 5
Simcity 5 Theme - Simcity 5 (who would’ve guessed) 
Streets of Venice - Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves
Main Theme (Orchestral) - Tales from the Borderlands
Nate’s Theme 2.0 - Uncharted 2

Aggressive Orchestral (Intense or in Minor Key)

On the Horizon - Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag
Danza alla Daggers - Assassin’s Creed Syndicate
Top Hats and Sword Canes - Asassin’s Creed Syndicate
Watchers - Bloodborne 
Rangers Lead the Way - Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
Poland War Theme - Civilization 5 
Pocatello War Theme - Civilization 5
Dark Solas Theme - Dragon Age Inquisition
Knight’s Charge - Elder Scrolls: Morrowind
Reign of the Septims - Elder Scrolls: Oblivion
Soviet Connection - Grand Theft Auto IV
The End Begins - God of War II 
Final Chapter Metempsychosis - Ikagura 
L'Oscurita dell'Ignot - Kingdom Hearts 3D Dream Drop Distance 
Suicide Mission - Mass Effect 2
Reaper Chase (Suite) - Mass Effect 3
Mount and Blade Theme - Mountain and Blade: Warband 
The Opened Way - Shadow of the Colossus
Separation with Despair - Shadow of the Colossus 
Balmorra -
Star Wars: The Old Republic
Menu Theme - Super Smash Bros: Melee
Senya, The Enforcer - SWTOR: Knights of a Fallen Empire
The Time Has Come - Valiant Hearts: the Great War
Witcher 2 Theme - Witcher 2 

Electronic/Synth/Future-y

Detroit City Ambient (Part 1) - Deus Ex: Human Revolution
Hengsha Daylight (Part 1) - Deus Ex: Human Revolution
Icarus - Deus Ex: Human Revolution
Daisuke - Hotline Miami 
Hydrogen - Hotline Miami
Intro - Invisible Inc.
Phendrana Drifts - Metroid: Prime
Introduction - Mirror’s Edge
Noveria - Mass Effect
Uncharted Worlds - Mass Effect
The Illusive Suite - Mass Effect 2
Reconstructing Science - Portal 2
Factory (Vivid Transparency) - Zone of Enders 

Songs with Lyrics 

Set Sail, Coming Home - Bastion
Everybody Wants to Rule the World - BioShock Infinite 
Will the Circle Be Unbroken - BioShock Infinite (Choral Version)
Baba Yetu - Civilization 4 (First video game song to win a Grammy)
I Was Born for This - Journey    
Sanctuary - Kingdom Hearts II
Snake Eater Intro - Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater
Still Alive - Mirror’s Edge
Cara Mia - Portal 2 (i cry) 
Exile Vilify - Portal 2
Far Away - Red Dead Redemption 
In Circles - Transistor

Misc

Blue Without You - Atomic Zombie Smasher
Spike in Rail - Bastion
Terminal March - Bastion
Elizabeth - BioShock: Infinite
Lutece - BioShock: Infinite 
Secret of the Forest - Chrono Trigger (Piano Version)
New Tristriam - Diablo 3
Tavern Music - Dragon Age 2
Fallout 3 Theme (Piano) - Fallout 3
Corporate Ruins - Fallout: New Vegas
Metalic Monks - Fallout: New Vegas 
Of the People, for the People - Fallout 4
77-Wandering Glame - Final Fantasy X
Many and Meche - Grim Fandango
Wonderful Star Walk - Katamari Damacy 
Main Theme - The Last of Us
Song of Storms (Windmill) - Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Glass House with the Butterfly - Machinarium
Klaymen’s Theme - Neverhood
Born unto Trouble - Red Dead Redemption
Dead End Alley - Red Dead Redemption
Sovengarde -
Elder Scrolls: Skyrim
Window Washer’s Dream - Simcity 3000
The Dark World - Super Smash Bros: Brawl
Coasting - Transistor (Bonus: Hummed Coasting)
War Makes Men Mad - Valiant Hearts: the Great War
Some Place We Call Home - This War of Mine
Business Office - The Wolf Among Us
Woodlands - The Wolf Among Us

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let me know if anything should be added/the links are broken 

Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair - Localization Blog #1

Ryan was unavailable to write this blog entry for Earth Defense Force 4.1, as his mind has just been blown from playing through Earth Defense Force 4.1. In his place, please welcome Ryan’s inner twelve-year-old.

Guys.

Guys, no seriously, holy shit, you’ve gotta play this game. It’s like, Pacific Rim meets Halo meets War of the Worlds meets Dynasty Warriors meets… Jesus, it’s got everything.

So, okay, picture Independence Day. Flying saucers invade the Earth, you know the drill. Now say the aliens also have giant ants and spiders and bees. And robots the size of buildings. And transforming ships the size of bigger buildings. And Godzilla. They have Godzilla.

…I mean, no, they don’t have Godzilla, they have Giant, Original Lizard Monster Who In No Way Infringes On Godzilla.

So all these things invade the Earth at the same time, and you’re a soldier in the human army who has to fight them off. What do they give you?

Pretty much everything you can think of.  

Guns. Shotguns. Machine guns. Way-the-hell-bigger machine guns. Rocket launchers, grenade launchers, launcher launchers – but that’s just the small stuff. That’s what the regular Ranger class gets to play with. There’s more. There’s so much more.

You can play as an Air Raider, who can call in artillery and airstrikes and cruise missiles. With explosions so big they’re brighter than the goddamn sun. Air Raiders and Rangers can both drive vehicles, like tanks, bigger tanks, rail gun tanks, spider tanks, hover bikes, helicopters, and *spoilers*.

You can also be a Wing Diver, who flies over the battlefield on a jetpack shooting lightning guns down at everything. Or you can be a Fencer, which is kind of like being Robocop, but also having the Hammer of Thor.

And every so often, the game gods reach down and give you a giant robot. You use it to punch not-Godzilla. It is awesome.

And all that builds up to this one big scene where *spoilers*… Ah, hell, it’s in the trailer. I’m just gonna say it—

HOLY SHIT, YOU’RE IN THIS FIGHT WHERE THESE TEN GIANT ROBOTS FIGHT TEN GODZILLAS AT THE SAME TIME AND THEN ONE OF THE ROBOTS GOES LIKE “BAM” AND PUNCHES GODZILLA IN THE FACE AND THEN GODZILLA STAGGERS BACK INTO ANOTHER ROBOT, AND THAT ROBOT GOES “BAM” AND PUNCHES HIM BACK TO THE FIRST ONE, AND THEN THE FIRST ONE UPPERCUTS GODZILLA IN THE JAW AND TAKES HIM OUT…

*gasp* *gasp*

BUT THEN A GIANT GODZILLA STOMPS IN AND JUST FULL-ON BACKHANDS ONE OF THE ROBOTS AND SENDS HIM FLYING CLEAR ACROSS THE WHOLE CITY, AND THEN… AND THEN…

We’re pleased to announce that Regular Ryan has just made a miraculous recovery.

*ahem* Twelve-year-old me isn’t wrong. This is the game I wanted at his age, back before the technology existed to make a game like this the way it should be.

What really sells this game to me, besides just being big (not just in terms of scope, but also content – for an action game, it’s huge), is that it straddles the line between straight-laced military action and over-the-top, goofy fun. The action is serious and visceral enough that you take it seriously and feel the urgency, but it’s also wild and flashy enough to let you know that it wants you to smile and cheer the whole time.

Localizing a game with that sort of tone, striking that balance in the performances and dialogue, can be a tricky challenge, especially when you’re working on two separate games in an ongoing series (Earth Defense Force 4.1 and its Vita cousin, Earth Defense Force 2: Invaders from Planet Space). We recorded all the dialogue for both games at the same time, being careful to mark which lines were for which game. The 4.1 lines were written completely straight, and played as such, to emulate the more serious (but still popcorn-flavored) feel of a modern military sci-fi movie. The Earth Defense Force 2 lines are also mostly serious, but with just a hint of cheese, to recall the sheer whole-hearted earnestness of old classic low-budget sci-fi. Between the two, we recorded rousing speeches, sharp commands, urgent updates, and well over a hundred different death screams. I even got to hop in the booth myself for a bit, playing a couple of random soldiers here and there.

I’d love to say more, but I’ve got to wrap up some other stuff before the end of the day. So for now, I’ll just say that if you like gigantic, over-the-top sci-fi battles – and this game seriously has the best of those I’ve seen since Zone of the Enders 2 – you’ll love Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair as much as I do.

- Ryan

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Our let’s play of Zone of the Enders 1 and 2 has begun! Let’s meet up with a kid that’s not Shinji and witness some children get crushed by a giant mech.