Awww, it’s Jenni’s and my song. <3
Right then! Here’s the next one. It’s a decent song by Architechture In Helsinki, a band I’ve never heard of before or since.
The reason it’s in my favorites list is: the animation was done by Paul Robertson, which is a name you might recognize from the Scott Pilgrim video game, or such illustrious videos as “Pirate Baby’s Cabana Battle Street Fight 2006” and “Kings of Power 4 Billion%”.
And if you haven’t seen those either, well, I’ve added them to the favorites list, so we’ll come around to them in a few weeks.
Just wanted to let you know that my World of Warcraft character, a wolf-lady named Clawdia, is wearing a mask made out of a skinned wolf face, on top of her regular wolf face.
That is all.
This video will split viewers into two categories.
If you have read MS Paint Adventures: Problem Sleuth in the past, you are probably now feeling gleefuly nostalgic, and you can click here to watch the rest of it in a youtube playlist. (Edit: for some reason, I can’t get that link to work properly. If it isn’t taking you to youtube, try right-clicking it and loading it in a new tab.)
The rest of you have no idea what the hell you just watched, in which case I recommend you click here and start reading Problem Sleuth. It will take some time, but it’s well worth it, particularly if you have a fondness for old-school adventure games and (later on in the story) Japanese RPG games.
I’ve been lax on the updates — sorry, gang! I got kind of distracted with World of Warcraft this past few days. And this coming weekend I’m gonna be out of town. So much for posting every day.
In the meantime, though, watch this Japanese guy bust out some mad sick beats.
All of Valve’s Team Fortress 2 videos are brilliant, but I think this one is my favorite.
Gotta bust this out quick, coz I’ve got a ton of stuff to do today. Fortunately, this requires no introduction. Fuck a fruit basket!