Well everyone, it’s time to talk about Syfy original movies. Love ’em or hate ’em, one thing we can all agree on is that they’re prolific as hell and we all know at least one person that likes them. If you’re reading this article, that one person is me. Yes, I admit it, I’m a big fan of Syfy’s unrelenting deluge of absurd melodrama, provided I have a friend to watch with (those movies are boring as shit when you watch them alone). I will contest to the grave that Syfy’s shark movies are the best of the worst.
However, if you guys have learned anything about me by now, it’s that all roads eventually lead back to video games. As I sat in my living room this summer, watching sharks twirl through the sky and attack beach communities and bite two children in half only to leave their legs running around like beheaded chickens (yes, that happened in one of them), I couldn’t help consider how these antics would fit into some of my favorite video games. Since I apparently have way too much time on my hands, I now proudly present to you five game-movie alliances that are at least absurd as the movies themselves.
Hey guys, welcome to my new semi-regular segment on this blog! Leedzie’s Loopholes is a category of posts in which I explain how to break a game in some way or another without the use of cheat devices. This has come about because I have a long history of doing exactly that, and, er, I just did it again the other day.
For this first entry, we’re going to examine a game that’s been devouring my life for the last couple of months, Animal Crossing: New Leaf, and how the Bug Off contest drove me to the brink of my sanity.