Anyone else feel like theyre running out of rvb content
we could be antiheroes
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The 36 Questions That Can Lead To Love; Jail Cell Edition.
or; exes sit in a jail cell and tackle 36 questions in order to stop the war
hey was my swim club the only one to have child pushers?
Covid, monitoraggio settimanale: RT sale a 1.57 e incidenza ogni 100.000 abitanti a 50
Consueto monitoraggio settimanale dell’Iss: peggiora l’epidemia in Italia. L’RT nazionale sale a 1.57 e l’incidenza ogni 100.000 abitanti passa da 40 a 50
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Platform played on: PC
Hours played: About 20+ hours; completed main story missions
Having missed out on RTS games for over a decade, Shadow Tactics genuinely pleased me with how entertaining and unique it is. Unlike more traditional RTS games which focus a lot on large-scale management of units, Shadow Tactics has a heavy stealth focus and puts you in control of only a maximum of five characters, each of whom contributes both to game-play and to narrative in very unique ways of their own. For example, whereas Mugen—a samurai—has high combat potential, he has lower manoeuvrability. On the other hand, Hayato—a mercenary—isn’t as capable in combat but is faster and has a neat shuriken skill. This mixing and matching of characters who each have unique capabilities and the well-designed campaign maps make for very engrossing and addictive game-play that I enjoyed very much. Additionally, a very neat and convenient Quicksave and Quickload feature allows for easy remedies to mistakes. Although the game can be somewhat punishing and gruelling, which can be frustrating, the ease with which the game allows and encourages retrying alleviates this significantly. The narrative, while largely predictable, remained very well-executed and provided a great accompaniment to the story missions that make them all the more engaging, and some of the later scenes were also surprisingly impactful. By the end of the game, I felt quite attached to the ragtag band of five characters who were centre-stage to the game. I was also impressed by how well the game captures its setting of feudal Japan, with well-performed Japanese voice-acting and appropriate musical soundtracks that perfectly complement this setting. While non-fans of RTS games may not necessarily be converted by this game, I think it is a hidden gem that fans of RTS games would absolutely appreciate, and I strongly recommend giving this a look.
Gameplay score: A- Storyline score: A- Characters score: A- Aesthetics score: A- Enjoyment score: A-
Overall Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun score: 84/100
hi so i got super hyper and into drawing rn so i drew rt in his epic new galaxy suit but its only the vest bc i didnt wanna draw more
plz get off your maturity high horse and stop saying you “got too old for RT/AH”. some of us are well into our 20s, 30s, or even beyond and still watch. hell the people who work there are in their 30s+ too. this isn’t PBS Kids. if you don’t like the content anymore, then fine. but it has nothing to do with your age
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これから #WGP 第1戦目 行ってきます！！！！！ 応援電波 お願いします🙇🏻♀️ #1mmでもいいなと思ったらRT https://t.co/S4i1lGWUKB
And finally our newest addition, the lemon Ky seltzer!
I'm tired of maintaining an aesthetic blog going to start reblogging absolutely random stuff from now on