Obviously, you have some talent.
Very stylish, very slick.
Sound effects were also nicely done.
My only advise, would be to have some sort of an in-depth story line.
Perhaps make a series... I'd hate to see talent like this go to waste with just some five minute shorts.
This animation is simply one of the best I've ever seen.
Very, very, very stylish, and polished.
I was literally at a loss for words.
It starts with a very futuristic "matrix", almost persona to it, and quickly progresses into visual eye-candy almost as if you were in an acid trip.
flowing shit, and fucking... weird animals and creatures, and tribal music.
As well as the creativity and originality being fantastic, it's almost comparable to Pink Floyd's the Wall, in the sense of a real world, and a cartoon world.
This is a must-see.
That's what I love about this series.
You never seem to run low on ways to make me laugh.
Even if the story is kinda dumb, I always get a chuckle out of your movies.
This wasn't an exception.
The RAB cartoons seemed to be going slightly down hill, but this seemed up to par.
Good job, man.
Worth a watch.
What the Hell?!
I've played better.
All you have to do is run and shoot.
then occasionally jump when a bomb comes.
It's irritating as fuck to play.
Not only with the hideously repetitive game play, but the music.
And that skeleton boss is impossible.
When he walks toward you, there's no way to escape. And no matter how many rounds you fire at him, he doesn't die.
Better luck next time...
The graphics, sounds and overall style is very well done.
But the fact that there is no levels, or upgrades is a huge turnoff.
It becomes very boring, very fast.
Also, some lag with the shooting.
Cool, detailed visuals.
In-depth game play.
Nice micro-management with the team mates, and weapons, as well.
A lot of people think, in general, zombie survival horror games, are too hard, but this had the right amount of challenge in it.
After the first five levels, it doesn't seem to get any harder though...
More zombies come at a time, faster zombies, and zombies that are harder and harder to kill come... but it seems as if having survivers and stronger weapons gives it a balence so great, that the game doesn't seem to get harder.
That being said, it's the same amount of fun all the way through.
Very nice job.
Few games are worthy of me giving a ten out of ten... But you, good sir, have achieved it with this game.
Not bad, in the least.
Simple choard progression, as most '50s rock n' roll songs do.
It's no up-beat Chuck Berry blues masterpeice.
But it delivers what it claims to.
The soloing is a tad loss, it seems like you dozed off while soloing in some parts, and just went neutral.
Also, the tremelo picking twards the end was amazingly out of place.
The drum track was shit, though.
I'm not going to lie. But that's okay, because no one's really paying attention to it anyway.
You demenstrate skill in the peice, though... So overall, you get a good, insightful rating.
It's good for what it is.
I was never into Hair Metal, but I'm willing to admit you did a good job.
Obviously talented musician.
The riffs and solo are semi-polished, leaving not much to be desired.
Most interesting about it, is the level of quility in the music it's self.
It's solid, and refreshing, leaving harddcore thrash fans satisfied, as well as the hairspray junkies.
Keep it up.
much appreciated review! it's always nice to hear from somebody that hates a certain style of music to muturely review a song.
Not too shabby.
You're obviously talented.
Was the one riff in there Hey Joe?
Anyways, it's pretty sweet.
Thanks man, and yeah the riff is from Hey Joe.
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