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rudy i LOVED seeing you talk about the squaresoft games. there's nothing wrong with diversifying your content a little bit; when it's a subject you really like talking about it clearly shows in your videos and it really makes for really fun to watch content as well
Definitely love the video game stuff! I played FF1 in high school (a friend let me borrow it). I now have 1-11 and some of the side stuff (chronos and what-not). Much of my collection is the 'dreaded green label' though.. :P Fun stuff though. Enjoyed it.
Sylvan Library was the shiz. In extended 9 land green with library, winter orb, and fat beats going straight to the dome. Good times. Got second in a PTQ against a Turbo deck which had 4 submerge and 3 hibernation in the sideboard, I was literally the only one who played 9L green in a hundred + player tournament and this guy brings in half his sideboard on me. How he got to the final match is beyond me. Not as bad as the time I got second to The Rock when I was playing suicide black in a final, guy top decked me for his 3 wins, oh well I didn't get paired against sligh / dead guy red or whatever you want to call it in the semi final so I guess I can't complain about that one.
I would love to see more videogame content. Still have my original copy of FF7 though the case is cracked.I accidentally sat on it as a teenager. Part of me wants to replace it but part of me wants to leave it as is.
Would love to hear more about games! I've got the special edition of PS2 ICO, as well as Shadow of the Colossus. Not M/NM, but the ICO does still contain the original 3 postcards you got with them. Valuewise perhaps not very interesting, but they are very nice and have a special place in my memory :)
"Final Fantasy IX was not well-liked back when, people ft it had drifted too far from Final Fantasy VII". Are you being serious? Final Fantasy IX was celebrating for heralding the return of classic Final Fantasy games. I still think that seven and eight are completely inferior games to the true masterpieces, like VI and IX. I also hold IV there, but am very open to the possibility that this may be nostalgia speaking. Seven and eight are not "proper" final fantasy games the way they should be.
I know that people like VII a lot, especially in the US, but ugh. They also need to be open to the possibility that this is because they played seven first and this is why they like it. Tell you what, my friend played eight first, and guess which he thinks is the best one? Yep. Eight. And seven is "the poor attempt they did before perfecting it". (Fwiw, I played eight of the first nine in order. I still have yet to play III)
Wizards quality control issues have created a secondary market within the secondary market that deals in miscuts, misprints, and oddities. Crimped cards are free value in boosters. People complain about "damaged product" and "poor quality control" but the oddities community eats that stuff. $1 cards can become $50 cards because of quality issues. Food for thought.
Seeing all those PSX makes me sad. Back then, you could buy a random game from the shelf and it would be a great game to play. Now you have to skim trough millions of reviews, check the background of the dev to see if they're micrograbers and get an std test before buying one.
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IN THE STUDIO WITH … HAYLEY.
British born artist Hayley Welsh, has established herself as one of the newest creatives in the Western Australian art scene. There is something quite fantastical and a little bit dark lurking in Hayley’s work. Her latest work of art was created for the URBAN NATION and kicks off “The Monster Project”. We took the chance
Live @ the museum III – “Home” by Icy & Sot.
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Three New Community Walls in June by Frz, Nafir & Xamoosh.
In addition to the two artists behind Icy & Sot, three other street artists from Iran will visit Berlin at the end of June and design one of our communiy walls on Bülowstraße. The three Iranians Frz, Nafir and Xamoosh are an integral part of the Iranian street art community. In their works, they address […]
Retrospective – SCOPE Art Show x URBAN NATION Museum.