Gather round, young ones, as I tell you the epic tale of The Guy. Many years ago, The Guy left world and retreat to Dungeon of Doom. Now Young Boy goes to defeat The Guy with his Gun pass handed down by former Grandfather The Guy. Now Young Boy must find 8 units in order to become The Guy.
On his way to become The Guy, Young Boy must best Fruit, Spike, and Moon as a test to test his resolve and dedication to the cause. Along his Journey, Young Boy will have to face (along with Fruit, Spike, and Moon): Zombies, Hawks, Bullet Bills, Ryu, Medusa Heads, Metroids, and just flat out unfair deaths.
I have best Fruit, Spike, and Moon. And now I ask this of you:
Fellow Witches, Demons and Devils. The wind carried to our attention that a small group of low level fairies has been founded. With each day, growing stronger in numbers, we can no longer ignore them.
Their purpose is none but irrelevant. Their reasoning is none but based on lies.
Under the Banner of a small green-haired fairy they gather and show aggressive behaviour against all the kinds that dwell in this very land.
Yelling how we treat them wrongly, make fun of them or don't take them seriously they gain their morale.
But isn't it us who gives them food, work and a meaning? What would they possibly achieve without us, none other but the doom of Gensokyo?
No, by all means, this is no self-defense but a direct attack against our good will.
As they demand, we shall treat them serious from this day on.
WE SHALL FIGHT.
It is not us, but they doing the wrong and starting the war.
We shall annihalte every single of them and completely and utterly destroy their false reasoning, showing them, that we've been nothing but nice before.
WHAT WE NEED IS YOU!
None other but you. No matter if you're a Witch, Demon or Devil or like to call yourself such. You shall be greeted along our lines, set up for the best suited line of work you can do and quickly grow of an important asset of ours.
With nothing left but our prior good nature, we shall face those sinister fairies and show them how life actually looks.
Saints Row: The Third, this game is one of those games that you just have to get. This game is what Grand Theft Auto should've been. It's fun, it's serious, and it's all kinds of wrong all at the same time. Saints Row: The Third never ceased to amaze me. All throughout the playthrough, there was never a dull moment; and the gameplay, beautiful. All of the missions were devilishly fun, even the beginning mission was fun. The characters are one-of-a-kind, all of them. And as for the city itself, it is big. Not as big as Skyrim, but still pretty big. All in all, Saints Row: The Third is an outstanding game.
Deus Ex: Human Revolutions is a must-play game. It can be played in so many ways it's amazing, you can play all sleath, all pacifist, or all gun, and still find more ways to play. Gameplay-wise, it's very fun; although the Enemy AI can be a bit retarded at times. Story-wise, it's interesting: You start off as normal Adam Jenson, casually taking an obligatory tutorial tour of Sarif Industries, when out-of-nowhere, the industry gets attacked by augmented terrorists; so you get out the assault rifle and shoot first, ask questions later. And just when you reach Megan Reed, antagonist Jaron Namir interferes and gives Adam one of the most brutal no-holds-barred-beatdown in the existence of beatdowns. And because of this beatdown, Adam is left in critical condition, leaving Sarif to resort to augmenting most of Adam's body to keep him alive, leaving you to find answers to questions left unanswered. Overall, Deus Ex: Human Revolutions is a must get. This review is augmented.