10'd for windowlicker
10'd for windowlicker
I lol'd, and I love Halo. And this is like two years old. What the fuck ever. Good job man. Continue capitalizing on how easily people get offended when you say shit they like sucks, and you'll go far in life :)
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Haha I thought Jackie looked familiar in the little icon! Nice to see a tie-in to Jerry, I loved that one. :)
Oh, yeah, and the cartoon was great :P
The hardest part of the game was trying to catch all those damn coins.
The best part of the game was the "Good Ending"
I had a lot of fun with this one all-in-all, though :)
I think I'm sweating...
Damn that was fun. Even if it was just a short game and there isn't much of a way to expand it, it entertained me for awhile.
I averaged .215ish, but I got like .19 three times. Then level... 7 or 8? caught me really offguard and a .266 took me out ><
This is old, so I'm going to check and see if there's a new one. Don't see how you'll make this any better, but... :P
Will play some more...
I haven't finished playing this yet, but from what I've seen so far, I've liked it.
The game looks great, the animations were well done. It's a 3D shooter, and that alone impresses me. It really reminds me of Marathon and the like, which is great because I love those games. But I'm hoping it will get harder because the pistol has a clip of 60 bullets and unlimited ammo, so I'm only really using it. If there's no reason to use the other weapons (especially because of the pistol's EXP bonus) then there is very little reason to have them, other than to look pretty. But as I've said, I haven't played it right through yet, so we shall see.
Aiming mechanism is actually entertaining, but you can upgrade it to the point where it's almost too easy (pistol headshots ftw!). I don't have any huge problems with the controls, but they ARE kind of jumpy. Luckily it isn't too detrimental to gameplay thought, and it almost gives it a vintage feel. There is one thing though; when I play the game in the default view and try to switch weapons with my mouse, it just scrolls the screen. Which sucks, but you have an alternate method and there's not much you can do about the scrolling thing anyway, so I guess I can find no fault in you for that :P
The AI, so far, has been decent. I like how when the enemies are far away, they seem to hide behind walls as they walk toward you, but they do seem pretty dull in general. I think I've been hit once, and that was only due to their initial placement and not their AI. But like I said, not done, so maybe it gets better?
Other than making the aiming crazy easy, I really liked the level up system. It is a good way to keep things from getting stale fast, and a feature a lot of shooters would benefit from. It's also pretty straightforward and easy to use.
I think I hit everything I wanted to comment on...?
Overall, I really enjoyed it. Most games I'll play for a short time just to get a feel for them and review/vote them, but I think I'll actually finish this one. I can't remember if I can edit my reviews, but if I can I'll put some more feedback when I'm done.
The use of automation in this song just blew my mind. You made FL Studio sound way more professional than I have ever heard anyone else make it. I use FL as well, so to see what you made it do was just awesome. I really liked the way you made all your own sounds as well, I couldn't pick out one preloaded sound in the whole song.. other than maybe the choir. I've been listening to this song at least once an hour for the past day or so. It has real staying power.
When I first heard the synth that comes in at 1:07 I anticipated the third note in the progression. I thought "Oh, this progression has been used way too much," but then it totally fooled me D: It sounds sooo sick, and totally original. What synth did you use for that by the way? I'm pretty curious.
You are right on about your automations, we had about 12-20 automations. And for the sounds, only the pad was a preset, but it was EQ'ed to our liking.
As for the synths, we used 3xOsc for the bass and TS404 for the plucks.
Thanks for the review,
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You know, in all seriousness, you could have albums out there. You've got enough talent and enough variety to do it. I'm not saying you'd be huge, because not everyone is into your style, but I could really see you with a record deal. Do you do all this by yourself? Production, playing instruments, singing, songwriting, all you?
Needless to say, it's a good song. Not my favourite of yours, I just kinda decided this is where I'd leave a review. :P
thanx for your very kind comment.
yes, most of all i do by myself on most of the songs, with a little help by my brother.
the other songs with the help of some real good friends, i noticed it. composed are all by myself. production? what production? what´s that?;)
I saw the title of this and went, "Oh look, another Zelda remix topping the charts." I was expecting another techo-ish remix of a classic, and was thinking it's interesting how people really cling to the familiar melodies and capitalize on their popularity. I'm not saying I don't enjoy them, because some are really well done, but it's a tired concept.
This, however, blew me away. I'm honestly amazed it's doing so well, not because I don't like it, but because it's very different from what's usually popular on here. All I can say is I'm glad it was well received enough that it caught a spot so high on the rankings, and thus caught my eye, because listening to it was a real treat.
To be brief, I love it. It was familiar and yet unique. Your voice is great, and while it could, for all I know, just be the FX making it sound that way, you could still probably make a career of it if that were the case. There are plenty of artists out there using vocoders on every song they put out, and your voice sounds better than most of theirs anyway .
Very good stuff! :)
Thank You ^_^
I would love to make a career out of it, but isn't it amazing how most of the time being a successful singer has nothing to do with your voice?
And I know what you mean; the remixes on this site often are techno beats, and that's why I like to change it up a little bit. My sister did a remake too--actually she did hers before mine--and I think it really inspired me to try too.
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