So have many other countries I may point out... The past is the past, let it be. And an honest question, when did America do killing before WWII (excluding Native Americans)? I can't think of any major wars.
Yes, but at the same time I feel that a zombie virus would be so unstoppable, contagious, and powerful that there would be no anti-virus or vaccine for it.
Why do games always give you such terrible flashlights? And at 11:27 , is that supposed to be sprinting? Anyway. I think I'll stick to the first two games.
Cool. Link is in the pic. You ought to try some Zelda stuff. Midna's Desperate Hour is a great one. Love your compositions by the way.
Amazing work as usual. I wish I could play by ear. Two suggestions for your next arrangements: Lost Planet 2 Theme and Metal Gear Solid 4 Theme. I think those would turn out great with your skill.
I still love that game. Your arrangement definitely does it justice too. Amazing work!
There's one I am not seeing... Only thing I want to know is how everything goes so badly so quickly.
I agree. Especially since Cherno was supposed to be the most heavily armored and Crimson had that typhoon specialty.
One of Teal'c's best lines.
Boy get trapped behind a cage door and Sg-1 tries to hep him out.
Ba'al: "He's small, he can squeeze through the bars."
Teal'c: "Help us or I will squeeze you through these bars."
Actually it typically doesn't work that way though I would agree that he probably shouldn't touch it.
I wonder who Anakin's brother and sister are.
Oh, I see. I agree with that. As long as I can understand what the person is trying to say I don't mind anyway.
Just for the record, I'm American and have no problem with other countries speaking their own language. The only time I believe someone outside the US should learn English is if they plan to live here. (hope I am understanding your statement correctly, if not, sorry for the intrusion)
Although sometimes science fiction is a precurser to science fact. Like touch screens from Star Trek or tablets from other films. Storing mass amounts of info on a small drive.