one of the most refreshing and pddly addicting
series piolet i've seen a long time. very unique
visual style and diverse cast of odd jobs.
nicely designed fight scenes and location.
though it was extremely short, plus if you took
time to use authentic looking weapons (or real),
why not use interesting costumes? i don't care
if it were even cliche, anime cosplay. otherwise,
i admire your stop motion skills :D
not too shabby
it's a very professional, well polished game.
though it's basically a defend the base game,
but with a Normady beach theme. In other words,
it felt repetitive and monotonous.
first ever, silent hill flash!
it's sad that this site lacks, and could need,
more silent hill animations, regardless of it
being a parody or not, but this is the first high
quality cartoon based on the game. the inside
jokes towards the monsters and personality of
the characters were insightful and clever. though
i wished there could of been more, but i'm assuming
that the sequel will take advantage on other characters
like Maria, Eddie, and Laura. also curious how you can
make ol' Pyramid Head "funny".
pirates easily win
simple...yes, but effective time waister. it has
a appealing sonic vibe to it, with chalkboard
visuals. however, there was the occasional
rough collision detection.
love the masterbating bear!
i really enjoy how it doesn't take itself too
seriously. from first glance, it would appear to
be a very serious and sympathetic flash with the
music tone and light art style. even with it's sense
of surprising humor, it delivers a solid message
none the less.
nice re-innovated theme
great visuals with a thick, cartoony aesthetic.
though too slow paced to really be compared to
metal slug, enemies need to be more vicious in
their attacks and in more variety.
plot was incoherent, but the anime inspired visuals
were impressive. voice acting was solid as well.
gotta love the asian themed choreographed
fighting, including mystical attacks and reality
defying moves. the animation was fluid, but had
the occasional, disproportionate, body figures.
also the actual pictured backgrounds were fitting,
but were obnoxious at times, when becoming out
stretched and pixelated.
update for a classic series
intense camera angles and pacing, along with
realistic and brutal voice acting, makes this very
high quality production, despite the use of stick
figures. the story has really developed from the
first episode...especially from the first...and is really
thought out with all the drama and twists. i never seen
a flash that made me care about seeing the next, it's
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