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One of the most beautiful things I have ever read.

gabegeerawn:

One of the most beautiful things I have ever read.

UPDATE: I’m sorry I haven’t been reblogging stuff that much lately, I’ve been quite distracted. I just bought Pokemon White (which I’m not too fond of) and my school year is just around the corner. To those who follow, I apologize, but my once-a-week flurry of reblogs may only occur bi-weekly. Now that THAT’s out of the way…

It’s time for a late edition of SUPER SMASH BROS. SATURDAY!!!

This week’s song is Forest of Hope from Pikmin on the Gamecube! It made it’s smash debut on the Distant Planet stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

This tune is quite soothing, and I figured it was time to show Captain Olimar a little love. This is the kind of tune that makes you want to lay back and take a good snooze. Although, it also works as an ass-kicking melody.

Enjoy the hope that I am giving ya, and have a smashtastic Saturday!!!

Weekend=time for Super Smash Bros. SATURDAY!!!

This week we have a tune that came from Mother 3, also known as the Earthbound series in America. Tis the Love Theme, and is featured on the New Pork City stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl!

This one is a much smoother jam, but it’s got a good beat that perpetuates the listener through the tune. The bass line is what really hooks me into it!

Have a smashtaaaastic day!

Weekend time, time for SUPER SMASH BROS. SATURDAY!

This week I’m finally showing the Cap a little love. It’s a gem that dates back to old school game, F-Zero. The song is White Land, and it made it’s Smash appearance on the Port Town Aero Drive Stage in Brawl.

Personally, I’m not a fan of the F-Zero series. Not only that, but I feel that most of the songs used on Captain Falcon’s stages are kinda shitty. But there are exceptions, and White Land is one of them. The synth work in this tune is quick and precise, and it works like a charm to capture the intensity of the stage.

Blast that electric music, and have a smash-tastic day!

Another (albeit unimportant) installment of SUPER SMASH BROS. SATURDAY!!!

Today’s song is called Flat Zone 2 (or Game and Watch, depending on where you get the file) and is featured on the Flat Zone 2 stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl! The original mix of the song appeared in the Game and Watch Gallery.

This song is the perfect example of how to properly remix a classic tune. It’s use of beeps and buzzers embody the classic G&W handhelds, but the organization and structure of the tune screams new age techno.

Put this tune on, kick back, and have a Smashtastic Satuday!

Saturday:check. Good music:check. It’s SUPER SMASH BROS. SATURDAY!!!

Today’s tune is Skyworld from the Kid Icarus game on the NES. Of course this version is overhauled and remixed, but it does the 8-bit version justice. The song is featured in Brawl on Pit’s (that fucking asshole) stage, Skyworld!

I’ve always enjoyed this song because of its fast pace and ridiculous flutes. Pit may be a douchebag character, and his stage may be a pain in the fucking ass with all the disappearing platforms and ceilings traps and fucking FUCKery, but the music is nice!

Have a smash-tastic day!

Another week, another SUPER SMASH BROS. SATURDAY!!!

This week’s track is the Norfair Remix, and is featured on the…well…Norfair stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl!

I’ve never played any games in the Metroid series except for Metroid Prime, so I can’t really say much about Samus and her shenanigans. I can say that I found Metroid Prime to be confusing as balls, therefore I never finished it. I had a strategy guide and I still was bamboozled.

Anywho, this tune is remixed from the original Metroid. It’s a great piece of techno music and captures the futuristic tone of the series/stage quite nicely. Those random voices in the middle add a great old-school sci-fi touch, and the baseline runs the song flawlessly from beginning to end. Enjoy this SHIT!!

Have a smash-tastic day!!

Y’all know what time it is? It’s time for SUPER SMASH BROS. SATURDAY!!!!!

In this installment of fantasmic Super Smash Bros. music, I bring you the DK RAP!

The DK Rap was originally seen in Donkey Kong 64, and was eventually remixed for Super Smash Bros. Melee on the Jungle Japes stage. The DK Rap was also carried over to Brawl because it’s just too damn funkay.

Personally, I prefer the original version of the jam because you can easily understand the lyrics and they say “hell of a guy” instead of “heck”, but I’m putting up this version because FUCK YOU! (and because the sound quality is much better than the original song)

Enjoy the rappin’, and have a SMASH-tastic DAY!!!

Should I post my Super Smash Bros. movesets?

When I was young (not really that young, but younger than my current age), I used to make Super Smash Bros. movesets for characters not owned by Nintendo. When I say “move-sets”, I don’t mean just their potential special moves, I mean every.single.possible.move. Their A tilts, smash attacks, jump attacks, throws, and sometimes even their recovery moves (like when a character attacks from the ground, or is climbing up an edge). I would write and describe their attacks in fine detail, and I would use my imagination to play those moves out.

I created movesets for popular video game characters such as Travis Touchdown, 3 for Jak and Daxter (his light and dark side had separate moves), 3 for Banjo-Kazooie (1 as them together, and then them separated), Leon S. Kennedy, Mr. Mime, Togepi, and others.

I also dipped into the anime realm, and made movesets for characters from Naruto, Samurai Champloo, Samurai Seven and Fooly Cooly. And, on occasion, I would create characters from scratch and give them some sweet moves.

I’m debating whether or not I should post some of the movesets on my blog. I’d like the interwebz to see how super cool and creative and smart and g-status I am, but I fear that my ideas will be either stolen or borrowed from.

Either that, or Nintendo will grab ‘em and use them and I’ll get NOTHING. >:l