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KIND OF UNDER CONSTRUCTION...WELL OKAY, NOT REALLY
Greetings, all, to my ain't-been-updated-in-a-d@mn-long-amount-of-time page.
I'm aware that I haven't updated my poor, poor story in an amount of time so great that it would make Sonic Insanity's Sonic mad with rage. There are just too many circumstances keeping me from updating. Sorry, everybody.
So, what's with this Tweedle business?
Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dumbass were apparently characters from Alice in Wonderland who went around making rather random riddles. My cousin once was joking around and said "Tweedle Dumbass." And so, that's where my name came from. Not a very good one, I'll admit, but it's not like I can change it now...well, actually, yeah, I can. But the thing is, I was even known as Tweedle Dumbass before I got this account, and I don't want to alienate people who remember good old me.
The Grand-Prize Winner!
Yes, good old KirbyXtreme was the winner of the Super-Secret-Mind-Blowing-Nobody-Knew-About-It-Ultra-Extravaganza-Weird Waker-Contest-Sweepstakes-Tournament! He was the first person to contact me via AIM, winning him the secret tournament. Now, he used to get to know top-secret information that's been put on the lowdown before anyone else! However, I haven't heard from him in ages. Anyone heard from him?
There are many video games out there, but a select few can make it onto this list. Here we go now.
Probably over all reigns the Legend of Zelda series. I was never much for the 2D games, probably because I played the 3D ones first. Ocarina of Time was and is a game that will fall into the records, Majora's Mask was a fun yet underrated game, Wind Waker was good and boasted the biggest side quest ever, and Twilight Princess is one of the truly great games of our time. Maybe the best game I ever played. Great storyline and visual effects.
Another one of my favorite games is Kingdom Hearts and its sequel. I quickly fell into it, despite my good buddy's warnings. Oh well.
Banjo-Kazooie and Banjo-Tooie were two incredible games that absolutely must be on the Wii's Virtual Console. I don't know if lugging the Nintendo 64 out every time I want to play it is worth it...bah, I'm just lazy. But I will die if the series is revived on the Xbox 360, and it looks like its going to happen.
A great game that any PlayStation 2 owner should have (actually, I think it's on GameCube and Xbox as well), Metal Arms: Glitch in the System has a nice storyline and some hilarious characters, especially Krunk, a four-armed technician that constantly spews expletives. Plenty of room was left for a sequel, but it doesn't seem likely.
The WarioWare series is very, very strange. It focuses on a gargantuan collection of "microgames" where you're given a few seconds to figure out what you have to do and then do it, hundreds of times over. It loses some replay value when you already know all the microgames, but they're still pretty enjoyable.
Although a wee two games old, the Super Smash Bros. series is incredible and a must-have for owners of an N64 or GCN. The original game was an experiment, a highly successful one. Its sequel, Melee, brought it into glory, and the under-development game for the Wii, Brawl, is going to be the best yet.
Pikmin and Pikmin 2 were two unique games, to say the least. It experimented with conducting a sort of little army in all sorts of tasks, from finding rocket parts to fighting monsters. Pikmin 2 managed to keep many of the elements of its predecessor while still keeping a fresh, distinct feel to it.
Here's a timeline for the curious. And for reference, all this happened in 2005!!!!1!!!!1 ACK!
October 23 - It's "Weird Al" Yankovic's birthday! Yes, Alfred Matthew Yankovic of Yugoslavian-Italian descent, only son of Nick Louis Yankovic and Mary Elizabeth Vivalda, born on October 23, 1959, mastering the accordion by age ten, eventually to become the greatest comedic genius of a musician/satirist/parodist/accordionist/television producer ever to walk the face of Neptune. Neptune? Oh, wait, I meant Earth. Ever to walk the face of Earth
September 10 - Chapter Four is fully operational!
August 14 - I'm so slow, and my review goal was pointless (Ril-0 pointed out that I had 20 reviews when I wanted 5), but Chapter Three is go.
August 1 - I'm back from a trip to Ohio to see my godparents. I've actually been back for a couple days, but my Internet connection has been totally crapped out. It only now is back up. 24 unread messages!
July 11 - I ask for three reviews, I get five. Chapter Two is here.
July 10 - My first fanfic, The Legend of Zelda: The Weird Waker, has been posted!
July 2 - It's my birthday, and also my first day as a member of FanFiction.Net. I'll be gone to Michigan from the third to the eighth WITH NO INTERNET! OH SO CRUEL!