Arslan Coverage suspended

When one of these guys shows up at your door, it’s some shit you sort out right there and then.

Sadly, due to real-life circumstances beyond my control, I’ve been unable to keep up with much of my watchlist (which is probably way too long for my own good). So, I must say I will have to suspend Arslan until next month or so. To compensate, JoJo coverage will now be weekly instead of bi-weekly, because I clearly have my priorities in order.

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JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders 40 & 41 – GET GOOD FILTHY CASUAL SCRUB

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I have a lot of things to say about this portion of the D’Arby the Gamer’s fight but first let’s start with the fact that Stardust Crusaders takes place in 1987 and that is an amazing-looking game for the era. If I were a child in the 1987 and I saw an NES suddenly play voice samples and real-time 3D graphics my head would explode harder than the Nagasaki atom bomb. For the record, this was the best CGI available at the era.

Yes, I know this is definitely artistic license for the purpose of thrilling because seeing Kakyoin and D’Arby drive vague 8-bit blobs posing as vehicles through a largely featureless 8-bit landscape is boring as fuck. Still, it’s fun to pretend and all. Now with that out of the way, let me ramble about why D’Arby the Gamer’s fight is the best fight in Stardust Crusaders.

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