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Jeremiah Jones

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This is a profile about an African American man. A man who is somewhere between an idiot and a genius. A man that is the Alternate Captain of his own mind. A man that lives in a rural area, and is still looked at as being odd for loving hockey and not the expected basketball. After a life shake up he is reconnecting with the things he loves, and facing his fears he originally had about pursuing a career in creativity. <br /> <br /> NHL PLAYOFFS!!! GO CAPITALS!!! WHOOO!!!

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  • Avatar for Jeremiah-Jones Jeremiah-Jones 10 days ago

    That is really interesting, and good to hear. I wonder how this will play in regards future games...

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  • Avatar for Jeremiah-Jones Jeremiah-Jones A month ago

    While the Motion Sensor, Hockey Stick waggle attachment may not be in style anymore, the game I'd love to have remade is NHL Slapshot for the Wii. I gush on this game way too much, but there is nothing like having to actually shoot a hockey stick, or move it to deke and see the beautiful breakaway goal you set up play itself out on screen. It is the only way a guy living in a rural non hockey loving area can get his "Inner Ovechkin" on since he can't play in an actual league. (They don't exist where I am) *sigh*

    I'd also love to see a (good) remake of Seiken Densetsu III. That game was fun, but some of the flaws kept it from greatness. It had some really good boss battles in that game.

    Posted in Bluepoint is Working on Another Remake—Here are the Games We Hope They Tackle Next

  • Avatar for Jeremiah-Jones Jeremiah-Jones A month ago

    Dragon Quest VIII had one of the most satisfying endings I've experienced in a long time. I love that game...

    Posted in The Best Endings in RPG History

  • Avatar for Jeremiah-Jones Jeremiah-Jones A month ago

    I'm kind of tired of the guest characters, honestly. Just give a brown haired Setsuka, and I'm good. The only guest character that really got my attention was Link. Has anyone heard anything about the storyline yet? It looks like a relaunch. I hope so...

    Posted in The Witcher 3's Geralt Might Show up in Soul Calibur 6

  • Avatar for Jeremiah-Jones Jeremiah-Jones A month ago

    I was recently taken by the ending of the original Lufia on SNES. If you play the 2nd game first, without any idea of what is going to happen, surviving the crazy high encounter rate to get a happy ending in the original was quite the reward.

    Favorite overall ending: When I got killed off by Kid in Radical Dreamers. I chose the wrong dialog trees and got low on health. During a random encounter, instead of trying to stop the skeleton from throwing his skull at me, I dodged it. The skull hit Kid in the head, and she slapped me. I had lost so much health earlier, that it spelled death for me. I still laugh about it.

    You know, though, Legend of Mana wasn't a great ending. I still don't get it. What happened to the main character (you)? Was it one of those "fill in your own ending" endings? Who is going to take care of my Rabite now???

    Breath of Fire 4 had a great ending too.

    Posted in The Best Endings in RPG History

  • Avatar for Jeremiah-Jones Jeremiah-Jones 2 months ago

    @MetManMas Totally agree there.

    The one thing I wonder about, since I have been out of gaming for a while, how does the shift to more sandbox games effect the how the story-lines are written for games? What I like about single player games is how, in a way, I can shut my brain off, and enjoy a focused experience. Both methods are fine, but I like playing alone sometimes. I don't necessarily need my teammate nuking me "just because" in a team deathmatch. That still goes on right?

    Posted in Finding a Place for the Linear Single-Player Experience

  • Avatar for Jeremiah-Jones Jeremiah-Jones 3 months ago

    I understand what you guys are saying. I'm having fun playing Lufia II rise of the sinstrals. Good stuff. Especially for a SNES game.

    Nadia, you are right. Booger Freezing cold sucks... Also, Go Vikings. I'm rooting for them after swallowing Redskins disappointment...Again.

    Posted in It's Hard to Play New Games When There Are So Many Exciting Remakes on the Way

  • Avatar for Jeremiah-Jones Jeremiah-Jones 3 months ago

    I absolutely loved SSX3 when I played it for the first time last year. The music is still so good. Also, it played differently than the other snowboarding franchise (1080 Snowboarding), and I loved that. It just felt so much cooler to play SSX3.

    >Just for the better days...

    Posted in The Rise and Fall of EA Sports Big, as Told by the Creator of SSX

  • Avatar for Jeremiah-Jones Jeremiah-Jones 5 months ago

    I always enjoyed the darker themed Sonic Cartoon. It was just so appealing to my 8 year old brain. I always wished that that had continued. I was always annoyed that all they put into the PS2 collection was the cover arts of the comics and not the actual issues.

    Jaleel White was always the best sonic IMO. He gave Sonic a level of fun the other actors didn't.

    Posted in Sonic Forces Reminds Us Sonic the Hedgehog Has Always Tried a Bit Too Hard to Be Cool

  • Avatar for Jeremiah-Jones Jeremiah-Jones 5 months ago

    @Kat.Bailey I'm glad UsGamer is here.

    I only went to GAF for the High Res Game Art thread. I will miss that...

    Posted in NeoGAF's Fall is a Sign of the Times in More Ways Than One

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