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MASTER CORE 9.0

krneko:

So a friend lent me Super Smash Bros. 3DS because I’m apparently a demon in Smash where I’m in, and lemme tell you that secret final boss is one fun boss to fight. At times. Though I’m not the Ganondorf that beat it with 0% damage, I CAN tell you a few things about its movelist.

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There is a Smash theory by Gnoggin about Master Core and that it could represents the inner dark emotions of a male individual who is diagnosed with Autism. So yeah, Master Core could represent some part of human psychology.

razuberyl:

WHY NIS!?!? WHY, YOU JUST COULD MAKE A RELEASE FOR DISGAEA 5 FOR BOTH PS3 AND PS4 AND EVEN VITA!! WHYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY

They already explained the hardware specs for PS3 and Vita cannot handle Disgaea 5, that’s why it’s only for PS4.

I finally paid off my house debt and made it expand to its fullest. After nearly spending a year and a half paying off my house debt, this..is…all…I get as a reward!?

I finally paid off my house debt and made it expand to its fullest. After nearly spending a year and a half paying off my house debt, this..is…all…I get as a reward!?

pkmntrainerfluke:

Team Magma grunt knows where it’s at

pkmntrainerfluke:

Team Magma grunt knows where it’s at

The Ultimate Smash Bros. Theory: Smash is Autistic | Gnoggin

Give this man a round of applause. I was born with Asperger’s Syndrome and watching this video feels like I am watching a reflection of myself. That ending really makes me want to cry, because it shows how far I have come and all of the challenges I have overcome since my childhood days.

jayspoopycus:

Smash right now

jayspoopycus:

Smash right now

I saw the full walkthrough of the Pokemon ORAS demo, and I lol’d at the dialogue in the demo and even more at Tabitha’s expression when he got called a Makuhita by Matt of Team Aqua.I am surprised by how short Tabitha is. He is half the height of Matt, and is just slightly taller than the main protagonist.

I saw the full walkthrough of the Pokemon ORAS demo, and I lol’d at the dialogue in the demo and even more at Tabitha’s expression when he got called a Makuhita by Matt of Team Aqua.

I am surprised by how short Tabitha is. He is half the height of Matt, and is just slightly taller than the main protagonist.

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wall-maria-around-ba-sing-se:

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So let’s just take a moment to appreciate the fact that Smash took the extra time to put in extremely specific victory taunts for some characters to address other characters from their own games that they’ve defeated.

Male Robin to Lucina: ”Lucina, I hope I didn’t…

You forgot Dark Pit to Pit: Where’s your goddess now?

dancingkirby:

You know, we’re on Gen 4 of Super Smash Bros, and I still have no idea why health is displayed as a percentage, why it goes up instead of down, and, most importantly, why it’s out of 1000 instead of 100!  1000% of what?  Is it some sort of fighting-game trope that I’m not aware of?

The percentage is used to indicate how much damage you have taken. It does not represent your health. The more damage you take, the higher the percentage goes up and the higher your chances of being KO’d when your opponent hits you next time.

I cannot explain why the limit for damage percentage is 999%. Eventually, it needs a place to stop at. Otherwise, it will keep going on forever.

There is PlayStation All Stars Battle Royale for the PS Vita, and it is a competing title against Super Smash Bros. Instead of asking for a PS Vita port of Super Smash Bros, David Smith should be making a petition to Sony to make a sequel to PASBR. Good luck with that, because Sony is very stubborn and deaf when it comes requesting for games that are usually made or published by Sony’s development studio.

There is PlayStation All Stars Battle Royale for the PS Vita, and it is a competing title against Super Smash Bros. Instead of asking for a PS Vita port of Super Smash Bros, David Smith should be making a petition to Sony to make a sequel to PASBR. Good luck with that, because Sony is very stubborn and deaf when it comes requesting for games that are usually made or published by Sony’s development studio.