I think my first PS2 outing was Futurama the Game, it was alright.A notable part of my childhood; my first PS2 game.
Fondly remembers playing Sonic on a Megadrive, hearing that classic 'SEGA' as it boots up. Getting told off for swinging the controller back and forth in sync with the character on screen.PS2? Wasn't that like, 100 years ago? :3
If you look at the individual actions of each of the "dancers" you will notice that they are all just flopping around except for the lady in the middle. On the far left, the lady's footwork is like dancing, but her arms are just flinging around in a chaotic manner. The left middle lady has a groove going with her legs arms, and head are all in sync with their rolling maneuvers. The guy in the middle right is flopping his arms and legs around. His head isn't even doing anything. Do I even need to mention the lady on the far right? Her legs aren't even moving. Her arms and body are merely pumping up and down, while her head is just shaking back and forth. There is some guy in the background who is standing and doing nothing except bouncing up and down. Then you look and see the random person running behind the group and then running away. This is the usual "A lot of people are doing things so it's chaotic." when in actual fact it is just a very simple selection of actions spread out over a selection of people. The usually confuses people who don't study it closer.ohhh yes. SEEEGAAAA followed by the sonic music
What is chaos but the apparent lack of a pattern? Disharmony and asynchrony among the 'dancers' (and people in the background) provide this illusion on a first glance, in this case.This is the usual "A lot of people are doing things so it's chaotic." when in actual fact it is just a very simple selection of actions spread out over a selection of people. The usually confuses people who don't study it closer.
oh hey. I just noticed this due to avidro liking the comment above it. I did play that game awhile ago. I have a functioning deck.....sort of.......it..works......ok I have a misshapen mish mash of random cards that do a few thingsI recently got back into playing "MTG Arena". I forgot how well-made that game is. Anybody else play so that I can let them mop the floor with my bald head?