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Blog: Kickstarter?
JoeyRock
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Pseudo, I'd happily pay you a minimum $70 for MARDEK 4. That series is easily one of my most favourite games, and I'm a real snob when it comes to my videogames. Honestly, with how long the actual game play is, and how consistently fun and creative it is, it deserves to be sold on the shelves.

If you could find an online payment system, I'd send my money your way any day to get my next instalment of MARDEK.
Forum: The Browser Wars
JoeyRock
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(You could be on Internet Explorer right now, just for the laughs). <3
Forum: What's your biggest relationship issue?
JoeyRock
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I'm currently in a relationship with a beautiful girl I met 13 months and 5 days ago. We met through Facebook. Its a long story, so if you REALLY want to know, send me a message. But wait, it gets better. She lives in America, and I live in Australia. Pretty much every option I put up there has been or is an issue, but I'm asking to find out what the biggest issue is with your guy or girl.
Game: MARDEK RPG: Chapter 3
JoeyRock
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Or maybe a coincidence? Who knows... But I'm sure Pseudo won't mind taking the credit! ;) Regardless of the interesting fact you brought up, Pseudo is nothing less than a genius.

You know, deep down inside... I wish I had a tenth of the creativity he possess... I wonder what its like...
Game: Clarence's Big Chance
JoeyRock
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Pseudo... Your unique way of thinking up a brilliant game never ceases to amaze me... I have worked with Adobe Flash and made different ActionScripts myself and understand how difficult and time consuming creating a game is. The best I could do was make a terrible replicare of Pacman. Going back to my earlier statement... The unique taste of this game really surprised me... I had only been familiar with your previous RPGs and thought to myself... "Pseudo made a platformer? It can't be anything too special..."

I couldn't have possibly been more incorrect.

In this platformer... You (Clarence, aka MrStudMuffin69) are a 35 year old virgin, preparing for your first date... EVER! You struggle to find your pants, search desperately for your house keys that you left in the living room, along with a couple hundred of your abusive mothers and fathers. Make your way through town, avoiding corrupt police, and some extremely old, but equally as deadly women. At the office, you spend the day doing all the dirty work of your boss, apologising to abused employees and driving your car through walls. Finally, you make your way to your date. Getting laid or not is totally up to how dedicated you are to the game.

Pseudo's quick, witty humour keeps me addicted, I cannot take my eyes off the screen. His beautifully composed 'retro' style soundtracks really make the game. And just like in every other masterpiece he has created, the detail and effort behind it all is astounding... The transcripts fit each character perfectly and are written with a lot of thought. Truly a one-of-a-kind platformer...

You make the game come alive when I play it... Not many games have that capability... I will surly share this with my children one day.

Brilliant... Absolutely brilliant. 8.7/10
Game: MARDEK RPG: Chapter 3
JoeyRock
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I was lucky enough to find Pseudo's brilliant work at the young age of 14... Ever since I played his first MARDEK game, 'Chapter one: A Fallen Star'... I was hooked. The story line intrigued me. It starts so fast, with extremely powerful heroes, Mardek and Deugan. The first intense rush addicted me to the game... I was unstoppable.

I slayed the dragon and saved the princess (Who strangely looks like Mardek's mother... ALOT). I felt great... Then it hit me. It was the two boys imagination the whole time! Never have I played a game that surprised me THAT quickly.

I continued playing the game, enjoying the quick, hilarious transcripts Pseudo must have put months, if not years of thought and work into. The graphics remind me of when I first started playing games as a child. This brought me a wonderful feeling. As I slowly learn't how to play the game properly, I discovered the enormous amount of work put into the enemies, the items, the different skills, the maps and character personalities, and as I mentioned before, the transcripts.

This game was not like any other I have played before... Ever...

The first RPG I played was 'The Legend of Zelda, Orcarina of Time' which is and always has been my favourite game of all time. The 'Mardek series' masterpiece is easily my second favourite game... And to be honest, it just under Zelda...

If this game was sold in-stores, I'd buy two copies, just incase the first one was lost or damaged.

When I eventually finished the third chapter on Kongregate (After 160 hours of gameplay), I realised I was lucky enough to play one of the greatest games ever made. I give Pseudolonewolf my upmost respect, and congratulate him on a game that will live with me forever...

I am awaiting the day for the forth chapter to come out... Oh what a glorious day that will be...

Thankyou Pseudo... Thankyou. 9.9/10