Victim of an attempted scam, but hopefully protected by PayPal goods. Little bitch thinks they can run. No responses to my claim, so I should be good for the refund. Hope Paypal takes legal action after. Is it really worth the trouble for 20 bucks?
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Episode 35 "Say goodbye to Princess Meroora on the night before the decisive battle"
Finally the day goes for Vinegar Palace. Chaps who have to fight with their lives will return to the French toaster once to meet their families, to say goodbye to important people, and to do what they should do, so as not to remember. Although it was a chap headed to Meroora immediately after dissolving, there is no appearance of Mellora and there is disappointment. Then, I heard that the pig was able to acquire the flight license in a little more, and decided to accompany the exam. Mayone, Peperon, Gob and Vin Santo also spend their respective time. I will prepare to meet when this is the last time, but the message from the people around me was unexpected.
Some thrift store pick ups from tonight. Super excited to get Mutant League Hockey.
DAY 6/7: A GAME A DAY: BLASTDOZER (BLAST CORPS)
This game... Another Rareware masterpiece! (Or at least in my opinion!) I had this game many moons ago for the Nintendo 64, which was the European version under the title Blast Corps. It was so much fun destroying, escorting, and moving so much stuff! Soany different vehicles in this game. I think this was around the time where Rare were trying new things, with this being the second game they released, with Killer Instinct Gold being their first on the system.
Another thing I definitely enjoyed about this game is the kickass music! Graeme Norgate, who outdid himself for both of the soundtracks for Donkey Kong Land, Goldeneye 64, the Timesplitters series and more recently the Crysis series!
I still play this game once and a while these days. As very interesting and a little bit inventive as this game is, I feel this title doesn't get as much recognition that it does, especially when this game only sold 1 million units. Which is understandable when most of Rare's standout titles back then were Banjo-Kazooie, Goldeneye 64, Perfect Dark, Diddy Kong Racing, amongst many of their other SNES and NES titles. But I still love this game. ❤🍻🍻🍻