Mario Paint – Through the Fire and Flames – Dragonforce

0 Mario Paint   Through the Fire and Flames   DragonforceThanks guys for getting me 5 million hits on this video. It’s quite crazy to think about to think, I was 14 when I made this video.

Q:How long did this take you?
A: Roughly 15 hours of overall work spread out through 5 to 7 days.

Q: Will you ever re-do this in MPC V2?
A: Probably not. I dislike the song enough as it is.

Q: If you dislike this song, then why did you do it?
A: My friend actually asked me to do it as a joke so I did it.

Q: You must have a lot of free time on your hands.
A: Well I made this when I was 14 but admittedly, yes I do have more free time than the avarage 17 year old. I usually spend my free time being productive though.

Q: Can you play any instruments?
A: I’ve been playing Piano for around 5 to 6 years and I’ve been teaching myself Guitar since February this year (2011). I also play around on bass every now and then when I feel like it.

Q: Where’s the bouncing Mario?
A: This is a PC programme made to replicate the original SNES version of the Mario Paint Composer but ridding it of several limitations.

Q: Where do I get this programme?
Just unzip it.

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WordPress Basics – How to Create Links & Friendly URLS

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Review: Mega Ranger Figures (Power Rangers Samurai)

0 Review: Mega Ranger Figures (Power Rangers Samurai)Written Review:

I finally found these at Target after a small hunt, actually being much shorter and more reasonable then my hunt for the MMPR figures last year. I wasn’t going to get these at first, as I was originally very off put by the SIC like designs BoA had given the Rangers. Besides the rumor that these were molds Bandai was going to use before Saban bought back the franchise and created Samurai, it makes no sense why Bandai would go on a limb and give us non-show-accurate figures in Wave 1 of the series. That STILL bothers me, but I purchased them with an open mind, and I’m honestly glad I did. Keep in mind that I use a lot of Shinkenger terms in the review, as the only American terms we know right now are “Samuraizer” and “Fire Smasher.”

Honestly, I wasn’t expecting to like these figures. I’m a sucker for screen accuracy, and I was originally really turned off by the designs and the figures themselves. Finally owning them, I can safely say that I do actually enjoy them. They come off as a very SIC Kiwami Tamashii like take on the Shinkengers, and I guess I can respect that. The mouth plate still bothers me, but I can ignore them, as they are quite tiny in the first place. I have to respect Bandai for bringing some nicely sculpted, painted, and detailed 3.75″ figures to the table, and they are indeed a huge improvement over the MMPR figures in terms of proportions, weapons, and sculpt in general. If you MUST HAVE ACCURACY, then wait and see if they make spandex clad versions for Wave 2, get the unarticulated multi-pack versions, or spend a bunch of money and get the S.H.Figuarts form Japan. For those of you that love Shinkenger or Samurai, and can respect a new take on a favorite design, you’ll love these figures. You can find them at Target and Walmarts as of this review.

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