"'In the hand of a Wind [Wanker] like you, my adorable little cyclones will be as happy as can be!' Cyclos goes on to explain that the Ballad of Gales is for teleporting across the Great Sea, using cyclones. Okay, so when Twink heard he got to control cyclones his immediate fancies might have been a little kinkier than that, but teleporting is great, too."
Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker Part 7
Now I need to actually play it so I can follow along better.
Still, my favorite line(s) were the following:
“Gary suddenly realizes that the only way this day could possibly get any worse for him would be for Yosuke to announce his heterosexuality, followed by Chie and Yukiko suddenly appearing and putting on a lesbian floor-show to the sound of Nanako singing the Walmart jingle into a megaphone.”
You’re welcome! There’s no way I could not use that image.
I’m enjoying the hell out of this recap so far, and totally looking forward to playing the game myself so I can follow along. I especially like the observations like this one:
We get a quick anime scene where Shadow Yosuke transforms into a rather interesting monster. For those of you who may still be in denial, screaming “B-but Yosuke is straight! He loved Taylor-senpai!” in indignation, allow me to draw your attention to the fact that Yosuke’s Shadow — which represents an aspect of his personality he attempts to hide away — has taken the form of a figure on all fours, wearing an enormous grin as another male figure mounts him from behind and bounces around on top of him. Hey, I’m just pointing out what’s there on the screen.
I think this game revived more excitement for the site. Can’t blame anyone. This game is absolutely hillarious and fun. My only complaint is (and maybe it’s because I don’t know better) I wish that Teddie would be able to tell you what enemies are weak to without having to find out for yourself. Anyway, I can’t wait to read more of Gary’s gay adventures. You picked a good butt buddy.
Oh man, Persona 4. That opening was like at least 2 hours of text and cutscenes before heading into a real battle. I’m not surprised this recap is HUGE. Still, it’s a phenomenal game. And if you thought anything about Persona 3 or 4 was weird, Persona 2: Innocent Sin literally had me hold back my PSP for a second and go “wait, did that REALLY just happen?”