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I just found these very amazing videos. It's called Ninja's Unboxing: History. Hope you have as much enjoyment as I have found these videos. See for yourselves to see what's so amazing about them! (Note: You have to click the links to the videos to watch them individually. Each has its own surprise)
That's it for now.
A while ago, when I wanted to create a blog asking users to vote for the blog they want to see, I was considering a "third option", as in an option outside the norm. An idea of mine is to create something to detail my respect for certain people, so I added this one just for the sake of an extra option. It surprised me to see it being the most chosen of the lot. I guess many people would like to see the people I have respect in, and is possibly a suitable blog for Christmas. Anyway, I don't
Updated 27th April 2012 at 10:36 AM by winstein (Link update)
I am planning to release some articles for Christmas, but I am not sure which articles should I go ahead and prepare. Actually, I want to get two ready for the day (three if I am up for it). Here's your chance to pick the ones you want to see on the 25th of December: Dark-type Review (Gen 4 Part 1)Tribulations of Great Pokemon 6Fan Opinion Chronicles BW 30 - BW 33Some Mario commercials I enjoyedSome members in the forum I respect (and why)
Updated 22nd December 2011 at 01:34 PM by winstein (No voting onwards)
Yes, as I promised in my previous blog, there is another blog entry with Pokémon commercials I enjoy. It's more of a variety this time, so some games-related, and some not. Like the first one, each commercial will be denoted with the region the commercial aired. With the new feature of directly viewing videos in the blogs, you can just watch them here. Now, sit back and enjoy the commercials with some of my commentary to provide a much needed opinion (and possible spoilers) about them.
Moving on with more Rhythm Tengoku goodness is the fifth column. The games are getting harder, as the remix gave me some trouble. Still, some easier games balanced things out. To see how the minigames go, here's a video recorded by Japancommercials4u2 for reference. With Rhythm Heaven Fever's eventual release, it's something to look forward to (and because I want to see how the songs play out in English, like the Wrestler and See-saw). Column 5