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By Yoamiwaii, Feb 16 2020 11:25AM

There will probably be some website refurbishment over this year, nothing too drastic, but just to refresh things in terms of design.


The only thing chnaged currently is the removal of the contact page for the time being as spam bots seem to be having a whale of a time with the form. As there doesn't seem to be a system in place with the contact application to be able to combat this more effectively, I'm just going to take that away. If you do need to contact Yoamiwaii, just send a message through Facebook/Instagram.

By Yoamiwaii, Jan 29 2020 03:30AM


[Article By: Amiwaii]


It’s been a long time coming, but let’s plough on with my next TUGS episode review, this time focusing on the episode, ‘Pirate’.


As with all these reviews, please be aware that the article does contain profanity and other content not suitable for a younger audience. Readers discretion is advised. Oh, and full on spoilers. Mustn’t forget those!


In this week’s episode, there be pirates, matey! Well, in a show about boats, there had to at least be one episode about pirates! Oh yeah, and Ten Cents ends up at the centre of a stolen barge debacle, which needless to say, pisses him off quite a bit. Pirate chasing, ahoy!


By Yoamiwaii, Jan 17 2019 10:54PM


[Article by: Amiwaii]


We’re drawing ever closer to the highly anticipated release day of the Resident Evil 2 remake, and as fans are soaking up all the media, trailers and the 1-shot demo, I thought I’d take a little trip back down memory lane to look at the original Resident Evil 2, and delve into some classic survival horror goodness.


Rewind twenty years to 1998, both in terms of the game’s setting and development. In the case of the latter, it wasn’t a straightforward process to build the game everyone knows and loves today. Progress to create the game ended up hitting quite the bump in the road, and what was initially shown in the press footage and a playable demo early in development was not what we got in the end. What they’d set out to do in the first instance ended up being scrapped late in the process and started from scratch with only a few elements still being utilised towards the final product, which had to have its release date delayed so they could rework the game into a state they were happy with. The scrapped version of the game was around 70-80% complete when they decided to start over – quite a brave thing to do when a lot of time and money had been committed to the project. This version is nicknamed Resident Evil 1.5. This is something I’ve already discussed before, so head on over here if you want to read more about that version of the game. Despite the fraught process to bring the game together, needless to say it was worth the extra wait, as the reception for Resident Evil 2 on release was absolutely phenomenal. It was actually one of Capcom’s bestselling games for quite a number of years after the fact.


By Yoamiwaii, Mar 6 2018 09:00AM


[Article By: Amiwaii]


You have once again returned to the world of survival horror. Good Luck.


Within six years of the franchise’s birth, Capcom had released numerous sequels and side games to intrigue and scare the gaming populous tenfold, eagerly drawing horror fans back for more with every new instalment. Combined sales saw the games sell well into the millions, cementing its place in the high echelons of mainstream gaming. With the title a guaranteed money-maker, Nintendo were quick to swoop in on the franchise and secure an exclusivity deal that would cover a number of future editions in the series; so as such – well, for a few years at least – Resident Evil found its new primary home on the GameCube.


By Yoamiwaii, Mar 5 2018 01:00AM


[Article By: Amiwaii]


Hit the rewind button to nostalgia as we dive into the first of my episode reviews for TUGS television series.


Let’s settle in for some ‘comfort viewing’ reviews of a piece of my childhood, which I’ll probably quickly ruin with my bizarre sense of humour and copious amounts of profanity (I swear, there will be meaningful, thought-provoking content in here somewhere!). It might be a kids show, but it’s far from kid friendly material compiled here. Reader discretion is advised.


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