More Fun With Borderlands 2

I want that skull helmet and witch doctor’s shield inside that wooden Claptrap.

I’ve been battling some more bad guys in Borderlands 2 this evening, and here’s a weapon that I got after spending some golden keys the other day:

I also earned a couple of Dahl blaster rifles but I don’t have screenshots of those. So now is my time to take a break from this game and go do the bed thing. Ciao!

Have My Handsome Dragon Pokémon

I’ve been playing a bit of Pokémon Diamond this evening, and I decided to dress up my fellow Pokémon who turns out to be an earthy dragon:

Fangz the Garchomp

Yep, Fangz sure is ablaze with glittery passion. 😛 Oh, and here’s an additional bonus before I sign off for tonight:

This is my sprite sheet of the Nintendo DS game icons for Pokémon Diamond and Pearl. Anyways, that is all.

Friday Evening Sprite Sheetery Fun Time

I’ve been ripping and submitting some sprite sheets of the Nintendo DS variety this evening, and here’s a sprite sheet that got approved in the Spriters Resource website yesterday:

I remember watching this movie with my family back when I was a teenager but I didn’t even know it was made into a game for the Nintendo DS. I would love to try out the game someday in the future. 😉

Some More Practicing In MK1

This literally took me a thousand tries to complete this long combo.

I decided to come back to practicing a little bit of MK1 this evening, and I spent just enough coins to earn myself a new Kombat Kard foreground of Sareena:

I also spent enough blood crystals to purchase MK3 Sub-Zero and UMK3 Reptile but unfortunately I don’t have screenshots of those Klassic outfits, then I sold enough Steam trading cards to purchase this cool pair of glasses from the community market:

This item is a reference to the glasses worn by Kris Kringle in the 1994 film Miracle on 34th Street.

I am 100% satisfied with my newly purchased TF2 cosmetic. Hooray for me!

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