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  1. I busted up laughing when I finally realized what you were talking about. I'm lucky I didn't see that movie when I was too young, cos that bit still grosses me out.
  2. The inhumanoids bit that stuck with me was the birth of the damn gagoyle. It's as grotesque as I remembered it. I half-wonder if they made a prototype toy of it and never got it off the ground, cos they clearly were planning on it based on its design: see-through stomach to watch devoured humans get digested. The toys were pretty crap though. The humans were WAY too big.
  3. Man, that was a hard thread title to come up with. So there have been many instances for myself, and probably for a lot of you, where I saw a movie on TV as a kid, and it stuck with me for some reason, lurking in the deepest, darkest recesses of my memory where it only resurfaced once in a while to make me think, "What the hell was that movie, anyway?" Then maybe 20 years later I'd finally find out what the movie was and watch it again for the sake of posterity and curiosity. Post examples of this if you have them. TC-2000 is the first one I think of when this subject comes up. It's a weird post-apoc martial arts film starring Billy Blanks and Bolo Yeung. It's a fun watch if you don't mind martial arts fight scenes that go on forever, like they often do in these movies. I saw it on TV one boring saturday afternoon when I was young. The main reason I remembered it? The Exploding Watermelon Fist technique. Bolo uses this technique three times, first a subdued version of it in his intro scene, when his arena opponent uses the referee as a shield: Bolo punches the ref, and the force of the punch travels harmlessly through him and knocks the opponent on his ass. Silly martial arts fantasy stuff, but cool as hell nonetheless. Later he perfects the technique so that it's extremely lethal, and uses it on the iconic watermelon, sitting safely on the other side of a board. At the end Bolo fights Matthias Hues, who blocks the door to the control room where Bolo needs to go to stop a missile launch countdown. He proceeds to use Matthias as a stand-in for the watermelon. Also if you were wondering where the design for Eternal Champions' Blade came from, it was probably this movie.
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    What would you replace the Pistol with?

    Nothing. I'd just make it fire faster. And give it a better firing sound.
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    Splatterhouse 3D - Full TC

    Here's a look at the new Dr. West and the new E2M4 boss area. These updates are available in the current download.
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    Splatterhouse 3D - Full TC

    Some of the new sprite work for the old bosses. Dr. West looks great now, Mueller has a better face and gives you a glimpse of her human form in the manor level, and the lake monster looks more like its genesis counterpart. I'm also changing the scientist battle in the manor level of episode 2 so it has the spirit of the same boss fight in the genesis version.
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    what would a doom arg look like?

    yeah, next time please explain what you're talking about in the OP.
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    Splatterhouse 3D - Full TC

    After seeing what a reception Splatterhouse got through the month of October, I started working on the third episode to conclude Rick and Jenny's ordeal. It is a work in progress, but this is what to expect with the next update: - 6 spooky new maps - New monsters to squish with your fists - Graphical updates for the episode bosses Dr. West (all new sprites) and Professor Mueller (major facelift) - Teaser encounters with villains West and Mueller in their respective episodes - A few fixes to maps in episodes 1 and 2: map mechanics, texture misalignments, locations of items, etc - Improved storyline based on that of the third game
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    Cacowards 2019 Mentionation Thread

    Keeper of the Seven Keys 3: Disc 1 is awesome.
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    Let's trade Youtubers!

    TimetravelAstronaut used to make me laugh. I still enjoy his Shadowrun (Genesis) let's play. Lots of quotables. My fave is his Dark Messiah highlight reel. MikeNemonic did a really funny let's play of Ao Oni years ago that slayed me the first time I saw it. And finally, Video Game Dunkey needs no introduction.
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    Post your Doom video! [but don't quote video]

    No one seems to take the time to look for the clue to solving this puzzle, so here's a demonstration of where the clue is, and how to solve it. The skulls in the lobby light up in a certain order based on rope length: middle, longest, shortest. Press the switches in the same order to get a handy weapon that'll save your butt.
  12. They should change Chile's name to Pinochet with how things have been going there. Hope things take a turn for the better, dude.
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