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Introduce Yourself / Re: Newbie
« on: February 04, 2021, 06:03:55 PM »
Games these days barely have any heart and soul poured into them.
Bully has that charm that games are severely lacking in.
Anyway, howdy.

News & Updates / Re: BB Airport
« on: January 28, 2021, 09:27:38 PM »
*cricket chirping :(*

Bully 1 Discussion / Re: Bully: Undead Nightmare?
« on: September 05, 2020, 01:17:01 PM »
Would it be appropriate for a T rated game? Would it fit into the Bully universe? How would Jimmy even react to a zombie outbreak?  :hmm:
In a cartoon violence way, probably. Zombies Ate My Neighbors exists (and is rated Everyone, IIRC) and you have two teenagers going around using water guns and other weird weapons on zombies + other horror-movie monsters.

I imagine however, the gameplay for Bully would be the same. Hand to hand combat might be axed in favor of using the weapons the game already has (slingshot, spun gun, baseball bats). It would basically be like chapter 6 where everyone hates you and rushes at you from 50 feet away. I can maybe see it as a mini-game. The best I can come up with is a sorta holdout thing where clones of students/adults come at you and after a few waves you win.

And honestly, no thank you. I can beat everyone up just fine without them being zombies. Zombies are lame anyway.

Suggestions & Feedback / Re: Phoenix
« on: August 16, 2020, 11:54:30 PM »
oh hey so this was a bust

also i watched the first episode or two and uhhhh it's bad?

like there's absolutely no buildup for the evolution and why is matt (english names screw you all) there already with garurumon where's the struggle and growth of getting stronger hnnnn

Requests Archive / Re: guns
« on: May 31, 2020, 11:07:22 PM »
The amount of items in Bully is satisfactory imo

a lethal weapon is pointless since Bully was never coded to kill anyone in the first place
And friggin exactly.

Suggestions & Feedback / Re: Phoenix
« on: May 31, 2020, 09:50:18 PM »
Always enjoyed Digimon....

for the plot of course 👀

The only shows that I liked in recent times is Agent Carter and Transformers Prime. I'm not really recommending them, just more stating this.
Really wish I could find things that REALLY resonate with me, whether it's shows, movies, or games. It's been too long since I've genuinely enjoyed something rather than just feeling like it's simply a thing to play/watch, no more no less.

Suggestions & Feedback / Re: Phoenix
« on: May 31, 2020, 07:14:22 PM »
I'm pretty sure the only other Sega games I've played are Flicky and Ristar lol I played maybe 10 minutes of Yakuza Kiwami and even less time in Streets of Rage 4 before I refunded it for reasons but yeah that's all from the top of my head.

the dubbing here in Brazil is not one of the most incredible.
Remembered this and hkakdbglns
Also ugh can't believe posting youtube videos is still broken on this site :|

I've been watching Prison Break on and off, I'm probably only 5 episodes in now but I am interested in it, I'm actually curious why they want this guy executed so bad so I'll definitely keep it up. I am a little apprehensive about it having 5 seasons, seems like overkill on something you can't play with forever ("obviously" they escape) so I might lose interest later down the line if it drags on for an unnecessarily long time.

Bully 1 Discussion / Re: Big News!!!
« on: May 30, 2020, 02:34:12 PM »
his  brother
works for some game comany and lets him
play all these demos that he gets before
the game ever even comes out.

"My dad works at nintendo and can confirm Luigi is in Mario 64."
You know what I miss about the early days of the net? Before youtube and the like, the word of mouth rumors people spread on forums or at school or playing at the park. Nowadays even just the discovery of cool things in games are just plastered everywhere and it takes away the satisfaction of discovering these things yourself and sharing your knowledge with good friends, and having them share their own discoveries with you.

... did Bully ever a have a demo disk btw? I can't find anything online about one.

Requests Archive / Re: guns
« on: May 30, 2020, 02:25:27 PM »
Ya'know I still don't understand why people would want guns in Bully. I mean it's set in America so it fits but still.

Is it for cosmetic purposes or do people really want to kill students? 'Cause I mean if you just want to schut things stick with GTA or any FPS in existence. Bully isn't that sorta thing.

Suggestions & Feedback / Re: Phoenix
« on: May 30, 2020, 12:23:15 AM »
I... haven't even watched the movie yet LOL. I was debating on seeing it in theaters and when I finally decided yes, they were closed due to covid. I only just discovered I could rent it (it was buy only for a while now), now I'm trying to find the willpower to stop being lazy and do that. I'm still interested in what the sequel will bring though, because I do know certain things were left unresolved in the first movie and I wonder how it'll play out and which characters will be introduced.

Surprised to hear you holding the games in high regards so quickly. I grew up playing both Mario and Sonic and enjoyed them both equally, although my Sonic obsession always dominated because the characters had actual heart and soul, real personalities rather than being mute. I'm of course talking about the 3D games when I say this.

For the record, my personal favourite games are Sonic CD and Sonic Adventure 2. My favorite character is Metal Sonic, I watched this [link] eons ago and it was just... the coolest thing ever... I mean it's weird too but yeah. Sonic Heroes in 2004 isn't a spectacular game but he got a major role in it and basically set off my interest in robots. I find him... sympathetic... I too am an insecure depressed piece of trash.

Which show is on that program? Sonic X is the truest to the games although it has problems. I haven't watched it since it was on air and while I enjoyed it back then, I'm unsure if I would now because I'm more critical of a certain character.

Sonic Boom is the most recent show set in a totally different timeline from the main games, with different takes on the characters and a more comedic approach. I like it just fine.

I can't comment on the 90s cartoons as I haven't watched them outside of Youtube Poops lmao

Introduce Yourself / Re: New Guy in the house
« on: May 29, 2020, 05:44:26 PM »
I need to finish the campaign in 2 still oops. Like even though I've had the game since 2002ish I've never finished anything beyond the Joan of Ark part. I've completed 3 and Mythology years ago, although I couldn't finish Tale of the Dragon's story because of a game breaking bug, but I never finished 2. I had planned on it when I got Definitive Edition, and I did chip away at it a bit, but other interests took over my attention.

Suggestions & Feedback / Re: Phoenix
« on: May 29, 2020, 05:36:34 PM »
Shadow's dope man, and sadly one of the bigger mishandles in recent years. It's really jarring seeing him become a "lol friendship is for pussies" guy when he DOES care about his allies, just not in the openly cheesy way. Also all the meme-y edgelord shit, he DOES have his own game btw but it's truly awful and left a permanent bad mark on him. The infamous Sonic 06 afterwards redeems him but since that game is also a disaster for other reasons, people dismiss it.

It's really complicated because Sega makes the most bizarre decisions on how they want things to go, even outside of games they're irrational (comics, toys, etc).

Also.... Sonic.exe is the least of the fandom's problems. There's no denying it's super infamously weird, I don't even have an explanation for it, but truthfully you'd see such things in other fandoms and I don't... have a problem with it, satire or genuine. I honestly don't care if people make OCs, Christian art, fetish art, gore, whatever, it's not hurting people and I simply see it as people expressing themselves and having passion for their interests. I might not LIKE or even understand such things, but yeah.

\_(ツ)_/   no clue what else to say about that.

Video Stories / Re: My Bully Retrospective
« on: May 29, 2020, 04:28:33 PM »
I gave this a watch last night before bed, good vid. You made a lot of points that I've felt for years, such as the condensed map feeling way more personal and alive than something like GTA or any other open world games tbh. I've always felt that large maps feel soulless, like it's nothing more than a wow factor on how large a game can actually be without actually putting any heart into it.

Having generic copy/pasted NPCs wandering around aimlessly doesn't feel "alive" to me either, and something I've always appreciated from Bully was how every single character was unique. They interact with objects, talk to each other, and react to what's going on around them with unique dialogue for specific triggers. I can't think of any other game that has done this, and this game is 13 years old now.

... I hate Gary so your commit about wanting to slap the gobshite out of him made me laugh.

Also enjoyed the comment about the weapons in this game being whimsical, school and teenage prank appropriate. Reminded me of my love of Earthbound, how baseball bats, slingshots, yo-yos, and pop guns are all usable the pre-teen cast  :sleep:

THINK that's all I've got to comment about. Good job again.

I've always preferred the PS2 version myself. The lighting in Scholarship doesn't leave that impression of Bullworth being a depressing shithole, and while I appreciate the added classes, I could do without the Annoying Ass Christmas Missions.

Introduce Yourself / Re: New Guy in the house
« on: May 29, 2020, 03:50:15 PM »

I was pretty floored when I heard Bully come out on mobile, like it blew my mind how it's possible. Maybe I'm a boomer who doesn't understand the wonders of technology. I've never joined Social Club and had to look it up just now so I can't say anything about it.

.... AGE OF MYTHOLOGY YOU SAY??? I regularly play AoE3, occasionally 2 even though I'm garbage at it, but Mythology was always my favourite. The difficulty feels just right for me, 3's AI is pretty laughable and 2's is really tough. And of course, I'm just a sucker for mythology in general. *shakes cane* Still have all my disks and an ancient strategy guide book.

Suggestions & Feedback / Re: Phoenix
« on: May 29, 2020, 03:41:20 PM »
GOD what an abomination of god lmao though that's more Paramount or the director's choice. At least they actually LISTENED to the outcry and changed the design, which itself is amazing. Wish more companies would listen to people and fix [X].

But no, the games are the problem. It's like Sega has no idea what to do or how to use their characters. For the past 11 years only Sonic has been playable, and the main focus has been him, Tails, and Eggman, with the rest of the characters rotting away, unused and squandered. And let's not even discuss the quality of the games themselves lol. At least the current comic from IDW is treating the characters with respect.... mostly. I still have my problems with it but with the series being in a drought it's kinda like "fine I'll take it."

In any case I actually did watch a bit of the first episode of Prison Break last night before getting distracted. I'll continue and get back to you on it since it's waaaay too early to say anything about it just yet.

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