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The Sonics the hedgehog in 3D.
After the 2D megadrive Sonic, SEGA produced new gameplay video game Sonic 3D, which seems to have been very successful among fans. After generation Sonic SEGA Sonic 4 was made of those two episodes, trying to recover only the graphic 2D mechanical side of the Megadrive. The second episode was technically worked, with beautiful landscapes, especially the garden with the castle in ruins, and the airship flying in clouds.
Criticism was not favorable to Episodi 2 of Sonic 4, and since it was pointed SEGA devido that new users do not adapt to playing with 2D gameplay mechanics, which last considered mechanical, and announced that the next game Sonic return to 2D game mechanics combined with 3D at times. Another game Rayman, Ubisoft seems not to have done so well with 3D game mechanics, returning with Rayman Origin Legend and its sequel, a 2D game mechanics. But other platform games like Super Mario Galaxy and Tomb Raiders, if they seem have fared well, with 3D game mechanics.
What do you think of arcade video games in 3D?
Are there genres of video games, which were born to 2D gameplay mechanics lateral and vertical, as the arcade platformer, shoot em'up, beat em'up, run-and-gun, and fight 1 Vs 1?.
Why the contrary, all genres of video games arcades, it can take mechanical or 2D game development, other mechanical 3D, if your programmers and designers know that things must change, to adapt to other 3D 2D mechanical?.
Are 3D game mechanics may well emulate in the future, the gameplay mechanics of 2D arcade video game?.
Are video games 2D mechanical, lateral and vertical, are less playable 3D mechanics, to be lateral and vertical views, more limited. Therefore, arcade video games have given way to gameplay, 3D?. Otherwise why?.
Last edited by Sun Line; 02-07-2013 at 05:22 AM.
Reason: A shorter exposure of the subject
HOLY WALL OF TEXT BATMENG.
Also, make an intro, copy pasta man.
When a fully formed astroturf missionary thinks the second time for the day we people gather to take note of said fact, even though more than less is to be had when all has been said and done. This is to cause no longer concern than need be, even if malicious turnpikes undergo mainstreaming when all else has proven to be false. Where did our unknown temple mates go in the midst of the limited chaos? She told me not to ask in such a manner, so dental damage incurred upon my person. However the management of such happenings is natural to the skin of pride, and our chemistry settlers broke out in joyous nature all over the faces of the crows feasting on turkey bones in a faux cannibalistic showing of species dominance.
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THE spring gathered her garments together, then flung them wide over the Bay of Naples. Hers is the greatest force in Nature, because her clarion sounds the summons of creation. It is she that is the Vicegerent of the All-Father, and of His spirit hath He dowered her with a triple essence.
In southern lands, even before the Equinox opens its gates before her conquering armies, one feels her imminent. Her light-armed troops swarm over the breached ramparts of the winter, and their cry is echoed in the dungeons of the soul by those whom she has come to save.
Yet in her hands is nothing but a sword. It is a disturbance of the equilibrium to which the dying year has attained after its long joy and agony; and so to the soul which is at ease she comes with alarum and tocsin. A soul like Iliel's, naturally apt to receive every impulse, to multiply it, and to transform it into action, is peculiarly sensitive, without knowing it, to cosmic forces so akin to its own inborn turbulence.
In her idlest moods, Lisa la Giuffria would have started for China at the least provocation, provided that she could start within the hour.
She could take a lover, or throw one away, a dozen times in a year, and would have been indignant and amazed if any one had called her fickle. She was not insincere; but she believed with her whole soul  that her immediate impulse was the true Will of her whole Self. One night at the Savoy Hotel with Lavinia King, just before Christmas, the talk had turned on the distress then prevailing in London. Instantly she had dragged the whole party downstairs, provided it with the entire supply of silver money that the hotel happened to have on hand, and rushed it to the Embankment to rescue the unemployed. That night she was a super-Shaftsbury; she formulated a dozen plans to solve the problem of poverty, root, branch, and leaf; and the next morning her dressmaker found her amid a sheaf of calculations.
But a new style of costume being displayed, she had plunged with equal ardour into a cosmopolitan scheme of dress reform.
To such an one a thwarted impulse involves almost a wreckage of the soul. Iliel began openly to chafe at the restrictions to which her own act had bound her. She had never been a mother, and the mere physical disabilities of her condition were all the more irritating because they were so unfamiliar.
The excitement of the Butterfly-chase had kept her toe to the mark, and the strange circumstances with which she was surrounded had aided to make it easy for her. It flattered her vanity that she was the keystone of so great an arch, destined to span earth and heaven. Her new conditions, the relaxation of the tension, threw down her exaltation. The experiment was over; well, then, it ought to be over -- and she had months of boredom before her which must be endured with no stimulus but that of normal human duty. She was one of those people who will make any sacrifice at the moment, beggar themselves to help a friend, but who are quite incapable of drawing a weekly cheque for a trifling sum for no matter how important a purpose. 
In this March and April she was one mass of thwarted impulse. The mere necessity, demanded by safety, of remaining within the circle, was abhorrent to her. But, though she did not know it, she was held in subjection by the wills of her guardians.
In Astrology, the moon, among its other meanings, has that of "the common people," who submit (they know not why) to any independent will that can express itself with sufficient energy. The people who guillotined the mild Louis XVI died gladly for Napoleon. The impossibility of an actual democracy is due to this fact of mob-psychology. As soon as you group men, they lose their personalities. A parliament of the wisest and strongest men in the nation is liable to behave like a set of schoolboys, tearing up their desks and throwing their inkpots at each other. The only possibility of co-operation lies in discipline and autocracy, which men have sometimes established in the name of equal rights.
Last edited by Sir Legendhead; 02-05-2013 at 09:09 AM.
Reason: I really should read Moonchild again. Crowley kicks ass. <3
In vertebrates, mucus (adjectival form: "mucous") is a slippery secretion produced by, and covering, mucous membranes. Mucous fluid is typically produced from mucous cells found in mucous glands. Mucous cells secrete products that are rich in glycoproteins and water. Mucous fluid may also originate from mixed glands, which contain both serous and mucous cells. It is a viscous colloid containing antiseptic enzymes (such as lysozyme), immunoglobulins, inorganic salts, proteins such as lactoferrin, and glycoproteins known as mucins that are produced by goblet cells in the mucous membranes and submucosal glands. This mucus serves to protect epithelial cells (the lining of the tubes) in the respiratory, gastrointestinal, urogenital, visual, and auditory systems in mammals; the epidermis in amphibians; and the gills in fish. A major function of this mucus is to protect against infectious agents such as fungi, bacteria and viruses. The average human body produces about a litre of mucus per day.
Bony fish, hagfish, snails, slugs, and some other invertebrates also produce external mucus. In addition to serving a protective function against infectious agents, such mucus provides protection against toxins produced by predators, can facilitate movement and may play a role in communication.
1 Respiratory system
1.1 Diseases involving mucus
1.1.1 Cystic fibrosis
1.1.2 Mucus as a medical symptom
1.2 Cold weather and mucus
2 Digestive system
3 Reproductive system
4 See also
In the respiratory system, mucus aids in the protection of the lungs by trapping foreign particles that enter it, in particular, through the nose, during normal breathing. "Phlegm" is a specialized term for mucus that is restricted to the respiratory tract, whereas the term "nasal mucus" describes secretions of the nasal passages.
Nasal mucus is produced by the nasal mucosa, and mucal tissues lining the airways (trachea, bronchus, bronchioles) is produced by specialized airway epithelial cells (goblet cells) and submucosal glands. Small particles such as dust, particulate pollutants, and allergens, as well as infectious agents bacteria are caught in the viscous nasal or airway mucus and prevented from entering the system. This event along with the continual movement of the respiratory mucus layer toward the oropharynx, helps prevent foreign objects from entering the lungs during breathing. This explains why coughing often occurs in those who smoke filtered cigarettes. The body's natural reaction is to increase mucus production. In addition, mucus aids in moisturizing the inhaled air and prevents tissues such as the nasal and airway epithelia from drying out. Nasal and airway mucus is produced continuously, with most of it swallowed unconsciously, even when it is dried.
Increased mucus production in the respiratory tract is a symptom of many common illnesses, such as the common cold and influenza. Hypersecretion of mucus can occur in inflammatory respiratory diseases such as respiratory allergies, asthma, and chronic bronchitis. The presence of mucus in the nose and throat is normal, but increased quantities can impede comfortable breathing and must be cleared by blowing the nose or expectorating phlegm from the throat.
Diseases involving mucus
In general, nasal mucus is clear and thin, serving to filter air during inhalation. During times of infection, mucus can change color to yellow or green either as a result of trapped bacteria or due to the body's reaction to viral infection. The green color of mucus comes from the heme group in the iron-containing enzyme myeloperoxidase secreted by white blood cells as a cytotoxic defense during a respiratory burst.
In the case of bacterial infection, the bacterium becomes trapped in already-clogged sinuses, breeding in the moist, nutrient-rich environment. Sinusitis is an uncomfortable condition which may include congestion of mucus. A bacterial infection in sinusitis will cause discolored mucus and would respond to antibiotic treatment; viral infections typically resolve without treatment. Almost all sinusitis infections are viral and antibiotics are ineffective and not recommended for treating typical cases.
In the case of a viral infection such as cold or flu, the first stage and also the last stage of the infection cause the production of a clear, thin mucus in the nose or back of the throat. As the body begins to react to the virus (generally one to three days), mucus thickens and may turn yellow or green. Viral infections cannot be treated with antibiotics, and are a major avenue for their misuse. Treatment is generally symptom-based; often it is sufficient to allow the immune system to fight off the virus over time.
Main article: Cystic fibrosis
Cystic fibrosis is an inherited disease that affects the entire body, but symptoms begin mostly in the lungs with extremely viscous (thick) production of mucus that is difficult to expel.
Mucus as a medical symptom
Increased mucus production in the upper respiratory tract is a symptom of many common ailments, such as the common cold. Nasal mucus may be removed by blowing the nose or by using nasal irrigation. Excess nasal mucus, as with a cold or allergies may be treated cautiously with decongestant medications. Excess mucus production in the bronchi and bronchioles, as may occur in asthma, bronchitis or influenza, may be treated with anti-inflammatory medications as a means of reducing the airway inflammation, which triggers mucus over-production. Thickening of mucus as a "rebound" effect following overuse of decongestants may produce nasal or sinus drainage problems and circumstances that promote infection.
Cold weather and mucus
During cold weather, the cilia, which normally sweep mucus away from the nostrils and toward the back of the throat (see respiratory epithelium), become sluggish or completely cease functioning. This results in mucus running down the nose and dripping (a runny nose). Mucus also thickens in cold weather; when an individual comes in from the cold, the mucus thaws and begins to run before the cilia begin to work again.
In the digestive system, mucus is used as a lubricant for materials that must pass over membranes, e.g., food passing down the esophagus. A layer of mucus along the inner walls of the stomach is vital to protect the cell linings of that organ from the highly acidic environment within it.[scientific 1] Mucus is not digested in the intestinal tract. Mucus is also secreted from glands within the rectum due to stimulation of the mucous membrane within.
In the female reproductive system, cervical mucus prevents infection. The consistency of cervical mucus varies depending on the stage of a woman's menstrual cycle. At ovulation cervical mucus is clear, runny, and conducive to sperm; post-ovulation, mucus becomes thicker and is more likely to block sperm.
In the male reproductive system, the seminal vesicles contribute up to 100% of the total volume of the semen and contain mucus, amino acids, prostaglandins, vitamin C, and fructose as the main energy source for the sperm.
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Originally Posted by Sun Line
...I have been wanting to post that in the forums for years, but I've always been worried people would take it seriously. gg noob <3
I've been waiting for a moment to post it too, we should have a copypasta thread for sharing great things like this without having to worry about how people take it.
Originally Posted by noobspoon
My favorite part of that is still "trained in gorilla warfare".
Aww man, I made up my own gibberish.
I chose mine randomly out of a PDF and it actually kind of matches yours when you read them together. You know, "faux cannibalistic showing of species dominance", then we have Crowley's explanation of the inevitable breaking point of democracy...that's kind of weird isn't it.
Originally Posted by ZombiePlatypus
Originally Posted by ZombiePlatypus
Ah man, that shit gave me a good laugh.
Originally Posted by BadStar
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Sorry gentlemen if they do not like this post, on the Sonics in 3D games, and arcade video games in general, which have been made in 3D. I just wanted to know your opinion on whether you can replace the 3D gameplay successful video games 2D lateral and vertical mechanical. Maybe video games are developed only in 1st, 2nd person, isometric perspective in the future, and we do not see new games lateral and vertical development. For my part is the latter that I like, but I only see this type of video games, laptops and digital distribution platforms such as Xbox Live Arcade, and will not see again in the front line, as with consoles 16 bits.
I'd settle for seeing this type of arcade games on digital distribution platforms, but I wish they were more careful and worked, ESTs designing video games. And not emulations or shoddy versions or regular games, responsible for specialized studies in making videogames "cheap", without the work of amateurs, or solo programmers, and independent studies.
Deshacer cambiosA greeting.
Originally Posted by Sun Line
If you want peoples' opinions, I would suggest making an introduction thread and in the future don't just copy/paste huge walls of text formatted in a way that almost ensures no one will read it. Paragraph breaks help a lot.
Originally Posted by Sun Line