I got my first tattoo done yesterday at the Chicago Tattoo Factory, and chose to get the three symbols that personify my long-standing favorite series, as well as the games in which I hold the most prowess. It’s still a little raw, but it came out prettyyyy, prettyyy, pretty good

I got my first tattoo done yesterday at the Chicago Tattoo Factory, and chose to get the three symbols that personify my long-standing favorite series, as well as the games in which I hold the most prowess. It’s still a little raw, but it came out prettyyyy, prettyyy, pretty good

bootyhurt:

ghirahim:

sometimes i remember this video exists and how it changed my life

*takes eyes out, places them on bedside stand, and forces self to sleep*

A poem I wrote for one of my classes…

Super Smash-ster

Once the game begins

Your fate is already sealed.

It doesn’t matter which character

You choose; I know them all.

No strategy is unfamiliar,

There are no tactics that will save you.

The match commences,

I take the lead.

Start with teasing you,

Fluttering to avoid your noble attempts.

Once in a while, I sneak in an attack;

This is to spark your aggravation.

You accidentally string together a combo,

A grin stretches across your face.

A couple thumps later and you’re on top,

You love the feeling of power.

Now you’re in the lead,

Despite your lack of experience.

You knock me off the stage,

A cry of triumph escapes your pursed lips.

It is all an orchestrated illusion;

I have never been in danger of losing.

I leap back towards the stage,

And knock you onto your back.

I am done toying with you;

Now it is time for your demise.

Dish deep wallops that stun you,

Your grin fades away.

Now I start to pound you mercilessly,

Whipping your contorted body across the stage.

I go for the K.O.

My strike is furiously relentless.

Your lips quiver and your legs tremble;

You did not expect such intensity.

You mouth gapes and makes a muffled moan.

With widened eyes, you concede defeat.

But the game is not over, my dear,

You still have a couple of lives left!

You frown in displeasure,

But you do not put down the controller.

I lather, rinse, and repeat with fresh maneuvers,

Until you are incapable of playing.

You look frustrated

From being foraged so ferociously.

I smile at your flushed face,

For I foresaw your finished future.

You are sensitive and your exhausted body shakes,

Yet you willingly marvel at my super smash skills.

A rainy night, a SUPER SMASH BROS. SATURDAY!!!

Tonight’s song comes from Super Smash Bros. Brawl, and can be heard in the hands of all the characters or on Mario Bros. stage. That’s right, it’s the Wrecking Crew!

The best part about picking up that Golden Hammer is not gaining the power to mercilessly crush your foes; it’s the tune that plays! The Wrecking Crew theme is pure 8-bit bliss, sporting a bass line that runs through the jam like a river.

Blast this jam, and begin to WRECK!

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!

Alas, it is Saturday. So quit being bummed the fuck out and get PUMPED for SUPER SMASH BROS. SATURDAY!!!

This week’s song is Midna’s Lament, which was first featured in The Legend of Zelda:Twilight Princess. You can here this song on the Eldin Bridge stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

This song…is fucking beautiful. The song is the epitome of sadness and desperation, and fit perfectly within the context of Twilight Princess. I nearly cried during that part of the game, and then they put the tune in Brawl, and allowed me to beat the shit out of people to it. A genius piece from Koji Kondo, the piano lament is beautiful yet tragic.

Now enough of that shit, BLAST THIS TUNE AND WHOOP SOME HEADS! And again, have a smash-tastic day!