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The Spirit of Zelda – The 3D Era

Alice Kojiro follows Zelda to its logical conclusion: the 3D titles. Has Zelda truly fallen from grace, or is it closer to its origins than we think?

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about 3 hours ago (edited)

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Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Focus: Only playing one game
Yeah. not only was the "Enix Presents" and the title screen much more bland (it was almost exactly the same as the first game, in fact), but after you start the game, it cut straight to the throne room. the SFC version did included the intro, and even gave it its own unique music (whereas the NES version just used the battle theme), but didn't include the neat-looking title screen animation. the same happened with DQ3 regarding the intro with Ortega; Japan wouldn't see that until the remakes/updated versions as well.

The funny thing is that Motocross Champion, the first game in the series, wasn't made by Konami; it was made by Human. in fact, it's one of only TWO Konami games on the Famicom (the other being Mighty Atom, which we know as Astro Boy in the west, made by Home Data, who made Sqoon) that I can think of that wasn't made by them in-house. when you consider that the three sequels were all released worldwide (in fact, the third game, which was on GBC, wasn't actually released in Japan; I chalk that up to poor sales, as Japanese copies of Motocross Maniacs are harder to come across compared to overseas copies), it actually makes you wonder if Konami was disappointed with how the first game went that they cancelled any plans of a overseas release and made the sequels in-house afterwards.

I don't know how I forgot about those. there's Super Mad Champ, which uses the same engine as the motorcycle sequence from Shin Nekketsu Kouha Kunio-kun. [Link]

What's funny is that the same studio (Polyphony Digital) who made GT did made a racing game that was more arcade-like; Motor Toon Grand Prix. [Link] and here's the sequel, which came out in the west with the number removed. [Link] they kinda served as the prototypes for the GT series.

So you disliked DQ9 because of the postgame content? to be honest, I thought it had something to do with the main game. it is stupid that the drop rate is low, though.

Oh yeah, I remember you telling me about it! aw, that video doesn't include the item jingle from the FDS version! [Link] Ys came out 10 months after Metroid, so it seems that Ys might be the one "plagiarizing".

Man, it's almost as if the hospital felt that it had sicker patients to take care of.
about 3 days ago

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Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Confused: Playing 10+ games at once
Over a thousand games completed. Wow, congratulations. That is the most complete backloggery I've ever seen
about 4 days ago

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Right Hand of Bak'laag: 1000+ unfinished games
Treasure Hunter: 1000+ games
Cursed: 10+ new games in a row
Confused: Playing 10+ games at once
Also, just noticed a comment that implies you aren't a big fan of DQIX. Seeing as DQ is one of my favorite series of games, I highly approve of that opinion. Granted, I played it solo, but it was just so much weaker than all the other entries in the series. Except maybe X which I don't think I'll ever get to play anyway.
about 4 days ago

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Right Hand of Bak'laag: 1000+ unfinished games
Treasure Hunter: 1000+ games
Cursed: 10+ new games in a row
Confused: Playing 10+ games at once
Strange women in the back alleys of the internet are usually pretty great people at least! And thank you! Even though it's just entry level work it gives me time to finish up my first degree soon.

I know that lovely feeling of adrenaline from playing games. I got it a couple times in Downwell, and during several boss fights in Dark Souls. There's one, the Stray Demon, who always leaves me shaking afterward. I loved Planescape Torment, but I fucked up and hit a glitch where I needed a hammer but had thrown it away, and I'm a master of not having enough different save files in RPGs. Someday I'll start it up again because I absolutely adored the plot of Torment.

I dunno how much you enjoy traditional JRPGs, it's still one of my favorite genres up there with platformers, but if you like that genre I highly recommend looking up a trailer for Octopath Traveler. It feels like a part of me that's been missing that I never knew of, haha. For the Switch, it has a pretty small list of games I'm currently interested in, but Splatoon 2 and Mario+Rabbids are both really amazing games, for my tastes, so far. And there are a handful of others I'm looking forward to. Also, while I'm not blinded by my love for Nintendo and will freely criticize them whenever they should be, I am basically one peg above the typical "Nintendrone" haha.

As for Saga, I love that series. My experience is limited, but I know quite a lot about it. I played the crap out of Final Fantasy Legend II as a kid, before I knew it was secretly a Saga game and loved it. Frontier 1 and 2 are the other games I've played the most. I really want to play Romancing, but I'm not sure if I want to play through the SNES or the PS2 version. Any advice? I'm playing through the Suikoden series right now, but Saga is one of the next I want to play through. Live-A-Live is another game I have, but just haven't gotten around to playing it much yet, also highly interested in it though. I really like the concept of having multiple heroes/stories to play through that have some crossover that bring new light to the other stories.
about 2 days ago (edited)

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Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Focus: Only playing one game
Yep. but that's not all; before even that, it was originally going to be a caveman-themed game with a real-time strategy set-up, which then changed into a Wild Cartoon Kingdom (inspired by Disney), and then Adventure Racers which... would explain the game's theme. the supposed RC Pro AM game would have featured three-wheeled trikes instead of radio-controlled cards. also, Rare didn't really wanted to change-up the game to feature a popular character, but ultimately changed their minds about it. given that it sold 4.8 million copies (twice as much as the NES game), it probably worked. also consider that Nintendo was planning on releasing the game in Japan, where the IP had no existing fanbase to draw upon on, as none of the games were released there.

Didn't stop a certain someone from using it as part of his username, either. I thought it was bizarre myself, but reading up on the meaning it fits a lot more compared to what Tellah originally said in the Japanese version.

TMK, there's only two racing series that strike for realism over straight up arcade action nowadays; Gran Turismo and Forza Motorsport. and much like realistic sports games, those seem to be selling pretty damn well (GT is Sony's best-selling IP). as far as arcadey-style racing goes, only Mario Kart seems to be doing well.

Luckily, There was nobody inside the gas station (as in, nobody was threaten to be shot at gunpoint or something).

Thanks. :D

Forgot to mention, but the intro you're talking about in DQ2 was added for the NES release; it wasn't in the original Famicom version.

So far, the NES game with the longest development cycle is Metal Slader Glory; development started in 1987, but it wasn't released until 1991. and man, does it show; it looks beautiful.

So what do you have against DQ9, exactly?

Close. it was actually called "Excitebike: Bun Bun Mario Battle Stadium".

There were only a handful of motorcycle racing games that I can think of; there's Konami's Motocross Maniacs, Irem's Zippy Race, and Human Entertainment's Top Rider.

Maybe this is just me, but I just recently noticed that the 4-note beat that you hear at the start of the boss theme in SMB3 (and when you read Bowser's letter) is based off of the 4-note beat you hear in the middle of DDP's intro theme. [Link] [Link]
about 6 days ago

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Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Treasure Hunter: 1000+ games
Thank you very much and happy anniversary to you as well. Kind of funny how we both joined at roughly the same time.

Likewise. My summer has been mostly busy all of the time. I’ve definitely been slipping in and out of existence at this site for sure.

What?! Are those Castlevania plot twists for real? What the hell was Konami smoking? Funny that you mention that, I’m actually planning on tackling a few Castlevania games in October and making a corresponding theme. I was just responding to Lilith about Goemon too. I really need to both of the N64 games (I have them ready to go). I agree with you are Mega Man vs. Street Fighter, great premise for both anniversaries, but missed the mark. I did beat it, but I have no intention to go back and beat the true final boss (Akuma maybe?). I’ve played other Mega Man fan games that felt closer to the spirit of Mega Man and weren’t even endorsed by Capcom.

Yes, I feel your pain with Undyne. I had many of the same issues. I don’t remember if I said this before, but I ran away in the wrong direction when I first met Undyne. That did not work out well.

You know what, that is exactly what you said. I really need to do that run. I really want to see how I will fare against Sans.
about 1 week ago

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Right Hand of Bak'laag: 1000+ unfinished games
Treasure Hunter: 1000+ games
Confused: Playing 10+ games at once
The 3DO was a system that had a lot of potential when it came out, unlike the CD-i. I never thought I'd actually have interest in buying one though, but there's some good stuff on it if you look for it. It has (supposedly) the best version of Gex, and it was pretty good with FMV games like Night Trap, Corpse Killer, and Psychic Detective. Oh, and Plumbers Don't Wear Ties is a masterpiece.

In all seriousness, my main draw to it is recently becoming a Kenji Eno fan. He was a big supporter of the 3DO, and is the only real reason the 3DO is worthwhile for me. Some of the weirdest games ever made, like Oyaji Hunter Mahjong - a game about saving women from middle-aged perverts by playing a game of mahjong... and then there's Short Warp - a collection of minigames that comes packaged with a free condom. Unfortunately, finding a copy that actually has the condom intact is proving to be quite difficult (someone I know found it in a store in Japan for around $700), so I'll have to do without it.

It went better than I thought it would. It's my first time working retail, and I thought I would hate it, since a friend of mine would talk about how much he despised it, but it's not horrible. So far. It'll help me deal with my social anxiety, so that's good.

Sorry for late replies!
about 1 week ago

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Right Hand of Bak'laag: 1000+ unfinished games
Treasure Hunter: 1000+ games
Cursed: 10+ new games in a row
Confused: Playing 10+ games at once
Sorry for taking so long to get back to you. I just started a new job and my schedule has been hectic ever since!

I'm glad to see you've reached the final boss, I really love Limbo as a level, it looks so neat, and I agree I feel it's a bit easier overall from the third level which was definitely my least favorite. Hope you've beaten it or have been making progress towards it! I could just repeatedly gush about what I dig about that game but I'll spare you haha.

Unrelatedly, thanks to my job I bought a Switch that'll be arriving soon. Really excited to play Splatoon 2, Mario+Rabbids (though I can't stand the latter, that gameplay looks so fucking good) and eventually Octopath Traveller which feels like a part of me that's been missing ever since I originally got into JRPGs but never knew. I don't know if you have any interest in the system or games. Personally I'm really hoping they announce some more top tier games to get excited about, right now it's mostly indie titles that have caught my eye.
about 7 days ago (edited)

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Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Focus: Only playing one game
Unfortunately, the power in the streetlights still haven't been restored, so there's a curfew in place. they've only just recently started cleaning the streets of the debris, which wasn't a whole lot, but still. one of the gas stations near my area were robbed as well. (Edit: the streetlights are back on now.)

DQ2 came out only eight months after DQ1. six of those months were spend developing it. I think that explains why.

I don't know... the reviews I've seen seem to suggest that people actually liked that "reboot". it also sold 2 million copies, which is surprising considering that it was both a late-era N64 game (2000; 2001 in Europe) and a sequel to a 16-year old game. well, the original game did saw an enhanced version and later a remake, but they both didn't get released outside of Japan (at least, not at first; the former, called Excitebike Vs., did saw a Japanese AND American release on the Wii U eShop in 2015). I'm actually baffled that it outsold other Nintendo games with far more popular IPs (Paper Mario only sold 1.3 million, for example).

It was going to have a new installment on the N64, but they reworked it as a DK game because they felt that RC Pro AM wasn't popular enough to draw in huge sales (and Banjo-Kazooie wasn't ready yet).

And of course, a lot of people are fond of "you spoony bard".

Apparently, it came out on DVD within 4 days of the real film. that means the people behind this thing found a way to watch the original film and made their own crappy ripoff within days of it hitting theaters.

Somehow, I doubt a game like that would sell in this day and age. might get released as a digital-only release, but probably wouldn't warrant a retail release.

The reports were in the actual fonts from those games? so this report was typed up? XD

I'm sorry was a SEGA game? I thought it was made by some unknown (or obscure) third-party. I'm surprised that this game was even made, let alone get a overseas release.
about 2 weeks ago (edited)

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Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Focus: Only playing one game
(And I'm back. only took 23 hours.)

Nowadays it's all about the realism.

Which is surprising, because RC Pro AM actually sold pretty well back in the day; 2.1 million. it's the best-selling NES game to be made by a western company. it would have probably sold even more if it was released on the Famicom as well. (it's a NA/EU-exclusive).

Yeah, it came out back on July 29th. they recently announced it for a international release in 2018.

Yeah, 10 is the MMO.

I know that DQ3 was the most popular Famicom entry in the series in Japan (the fact that people were skipping school/calling in sick to get the game or robbing other people for their copy should tell you something), while DQ2 was considered to be the weakest (in fact, the gamers apparently complained to Chunsoft and Enix, which led to the job system and other changes in DQ3)

It also helped that FF 6 was translated by a native English speaker; FF 4 was actually translated by the Japanese, which is why it had such awkward lines at several points. there's actually an article here at one point, one of the guys behind the game mentioned that he gets asked more often by western gamers to autograph FF 6 compared to the Japanese. [Link]

That'd be hilarious (and ridiculous) if you actually have to pay that much of a sandwich. there better be some other perks on hand if they're going to go to that extreme.

I've tried looking up videos of Cosmic Osmo regarding the choices, but no luck.

[Link] Watch and see for yourself.
about 2 weeks ago

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Backlog Beaten: Sept 5, 2017
Legendary Weapon: 5 or fewer unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Thanks! I'll probably do a bit of each. Star Ocean and new releases will take priority (as I don't want to start hoarding again), but I'll be working on turning my s to s slowly but surely.
about 2 weeks ago

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Right Hand of Bak'laag: 1000+ unfinished games
Treasure Hunter: 1000+ games
Confused: Playing 10+ games at once
Good to hear! As for me, I've been doing alright. I start my new job tomorrow and I'm nervous as shit... It'll all be worth it when I can finally get into some Saturn and 3DO collecting.

Wow, I should get back to playing Downwell. How are you liking it? I got it awhile back while it was on sale and what little I played of it was awesome. I liked the Game Boy aesthetic, if I remember right.
about 2 weeks ago

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Backlog Beaten: April 21, 2014
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Invincible: 10+ beat or complete in a row
Confused: Playing 10+ games at once
haha thats what we're here for

Yea Fallout 3 and 4 interested me purely on a gameplay standpoint hehe, I heard the dialog system in 4 is the one thing that really drags it down >w< But then of course I don't know if I could play it seriously, on account of this: [Link]

Yea I of course can't personally comment on the weapon breaking cause I have yet to play the game, but you can count on me telling you about it once I do haha! And interesting about the + and - buttons, they are actually wider than the + and - buttons on the Wii haha! And ah okay, I really love the 3D Mario games hehe, and this game looks like just what I wanted >w< And I dunno if it is so much like Mario is Missing because that game was supposed to be in the real world and this is more just the expanded Mario world, like the Mushroom Kingdom is just one kingdom and he's going off to explore all the other ones in the world hehe!

That is an interesting way to look at it, cause every open world game I have played (not many, but still) has had completionist aspects to them... never 900 of something to find, but also Breath of the Wild has the biggest world I think any of them have ever had so yea hehe >w< I don't think 900 lil collectibles would have fit as well into a smaller world before
about 2 weeks ago (edited)

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Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Focus: Only playing one game
When the DQ games were released in Europe, they first removed the numbers to hide the fact. they stopped after DQ5 was released, and since then 6, 7, and the 3DS port of 8 kept their original numbers (having the games available for play on mobile phones probably helped). likely DQ11 will be keeping its original number over there as well (yeah, we're skipping DQ10).

Where did you get the turkey sandwich? was that hospital food? we usually just stop by a McDonalds or the chinese food joint that was near the hospital (back when we used to go there, anyway).

Sounds like Square made the Rudras more... evil than they actually are. o_O

You'd think Tattoo Assassins would be lambasted just as badly as MK was, since sexual material in media was (and still is) a problem in the US. I guess it didn't had it as bad since it was set to come out AFTER the govermental hearing (1994) and it was unreleased. since it was set to be released by Data East (via their US pinball division, mind you), G-Mode picked up the rights after they went under. and now the game is owned by Marvelous, since they bought G-Mode back in 2015. but I doubt either party will actually released the damn thing.

I'm confused; there are wrong choices in Cosmic Osmo? or...
about 3 weeks ago

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Backlog Beaten: Sept 5, 2017
Legendary Weapon: 5 or fewer unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
No kidding!

I'm not sure I'll really know until I finish Zelda's Adventure, but I'm tempted to say that Stupidity and Cowardice. Wisdom and Courage represent Zelda and Link, the two that are commonly reincarnated to carry on the tasks their ancestors had, so they're fairly similar (like Faces of Evil and Wand of Gamelon). Power's kind of the odd one out, being most commonly held by Ganon/dorf, who basically just keeps coming back to life or un-sealing himself. He's also held his piece for the longest stretch of time, and Zelda's Adventure is supposed to be the longest of the three, so that's probably Weakness.
about 2 weeks ago (edited)

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Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Focus: Only playing one game
I once saw a "Teen react" video about the NES. all 11 teens in the video were being asked if they heard of certain NES games; SMB, LoZ, Metroid, Mega Man, RC Pro AM, and Dragon Quest 3. everyone in the video heard about Mario. all but 2 of them heard of Zelda, 5 of them heard about Metroid and Mega Man, only one heard about RC Pro AM, and none of them heard of Dragon Quest 3 (to be fair, Pro AM actually sold way more than DQ3 did in the US).

FF 4 wasn't a launch title in the US; the game came out here 3 months after the console was released here.

Funny thing is, while FF 6 sold more copies in Japan, America loved it more; according to TVtropes, Japan considered it a step down from the last game and they didn't like Kefka at all (although that's mostly because of how his character was like originally).

BFM saw a re-release in Japan in 2008 on the PSN, with a Korean release in 2009.

I thought the Christ the Redeemer statue was in Rio De Janerio? weirdly enough, the first time I saw it was in Ratatoing, a Brazillian ripoff of Ratatouille; it's the first thing you see in the film. they didn't mention it by name in the English dub, though; the narrator just said Marvelous City and then City a few times. when I was looking it up on TVtropes, that's when I learned where the film took place in (later on, I learned that Marvelous City is actually its nickname).

HG101 brought this regional difference up. it's funny how Sega censored Enchanted Castle but not The Lost Stars, where one of the enemies you can come across is a naked guy shaking his ass shooting out skulls at you.

Really? a lot of people consider even Enchanted Castle to be not as good as Miracle World.

"I'm sorry" what kind of game is that? I searched it up, and all I can find is a TV series.

I guess I should be happy that you find out the info I gave you regarding the name meanings interesting. XD

I'm probably one of the few people who were okay with Mega Evolutions; in some ways, they really made some otherwise not-very-good Pokemon more useful (like Mawile). some weren't very keen on them (Starlight in particular mentioned to me that it felt like Game Freak was trying to have Pokemon be more like Digimon).

If you have any other questions that you're thinking of asking me regarding the later Pokemon games, feel free.

Same here. the last thing he did programming-wise was fix up Melee so it'd be ready for its holiday release. we'll never see another person like him, I'm sure.
about 3 weeks ago

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Backlog Beaten: Sept 5, 2017
Legendary Weapon: 5 or fewer unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Playing Chrono Cross before this definitely helped to keep happiness in mind, but keeping these 3 for last wasn't the greatest of ideas. They are just awful, and I'm kind of just trudging my way through them, frustrated the whole way with the bad gameplay. But hey, at least they're pretty short.
about 3 weeks ago

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Right Hand of Bak'laag: 1000+ unfinished games
Treasure Hunter: 1000+ games
Cursed: 10+ new games in a row
Confused: Playing 10+ games at once
I managed to finish it. There's definitely skill involved, but luck plays a big factor too. You'll manage it on a good run eventually. It helped I have it on my phone so I could just play a few rounds whenever I was waiting for class or riding the bus. Is the fourth style Levitate? Cause if so, it's busy being THE BEST ONE. At least the one I ran with. You basically are just "floatier" like Luigi compared to Mario. AKA more air time on jumps. I loved it, and it helped make the last world more manageable. Although it was still hectic. The fifth (and as far as I'm aware last) style is weird though. Good luck with the FAQ! There's a fairly comprehensive one on Steam if you ever need to fact check any of the details.

Personally I don't really care about our backlogiversarys but it gives me a chance to say something nice to people I like and met through this website. Though we randomly chat every so often anyway. Just a happy coincidence I was replying on the day of haha.
about 3 weeks ago

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Backlog Beaten: April 21, 2014
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Invincible: 10+ beat or complete in a row
Confused: Playing 10+ games at once
Hey had to make sure I wished you a happy backloggiversary! (motivated me to finally respond haha )

Anyway, nice, I am glad you liked it more than I did for me it was just slow and as you said, not intuitive, so I never really felt like putting the time into it haha. Fallout 3 and 4 changed to more of a FPS style tho so both of those are ones I think I might like a bit more if I ever get around to them haha.

And cool I see, one person I watch on YouTube, he said he liked the way the weapons break because it added to the variety and to his interest in continuing to play, like he always had to be doing new things, hehe >w< my hands must be even smaller because they fit right in my hands haha tho the buttons are the exact same size as on the DS and I am very used to that system so that may also play into it haha. And nope it does not play Wii U games because a) no disk drive and b) no way to use two screens at once, it doesn't even have any backwards compatibility with Wii or Wii U controllers (tho Nintendo I believe said that is possible for an update some time in the future, I think they really just wanna make sure this one is differentiated from old systems haha). My library for it has been filling up pretty well 'cause the system has quite a few of the kind of games I like playing so far hehe! Though the one I am most excited for is Super Mario Odyssey >w<

Hehe, and I have heard at least a few people say Breath of the Wild does the Skyrim/open world thing better than Skyrim does so that's good at least >w< Simon's Quest will be interesting for sure when I get around to it hehe!
about 3 weeks ago

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Minion of Bak'laag: 100+ unfinished games
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Focus: Only playing one game
I was referring to the christmas part, yeah. lol, that would be a funny thing to hear from a stripper. I'd even imagine it being a subject on "Mock The Week" or "Whose Line Is It, Anyway?", (Via "Scenes we'd like to see" and "Scenes from a hat" segments).

Geez... they should have treated you immediately. I can imagine that situation being even worse; getting a doctor or nurse being summoned to treat you, only for them to kill you, not to put you out of your misery, but just because they felt like it; like this one male nurse in Germany who's going to be serving a life sentence.

Looking at the picture again... yeah, looks like it.

You can just tell me about the Rudras thing right now if you want.

Happy Ring Day, btw.
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