I go by many names, but most folks call me Rhino.
- gamer extraordinaire
- musical schizophrenic
- self-proclaimed lovable smartarse
- master voyeur
- prog connoisseur
- creator of inexplicable explicities
- word forger
- steam/cyberpunk luster-afterer
- accredited "that guy"
- laconic raconteur
- aficionado of both the psychobilly and horror punk genres
- devout disciple of Marsvoltology
- chupackalope expert
- purveyor of trivial trivia
- freelance agent provocateur
- winner of the "Most Adorablest Dimples" competition three years running
- DJ of note and importance
- Nintendo console enthusiast
- redhead fanatic
- anthropomorphic icon
- awarder of ornamental cat statues
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Nothing tops the Weasel chase from The Neverhood.
Every time a new Super Smash Bros. game comes out I seem to get hooked again, so I’m gonna say Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
I play *a lot* of old-school video games, but seeing as I recently dusted off my Super Nintendo I’m gonna go with Donkey Kong Country 2.
The dog from Duck Hunt.
If I were feeling malicious I’d say any game Peter Molyneux has been involved with since the mid-ninties, but I’ll just stick with Fable.
I haven’t played any of the more recent games in the series to compare it, but the Elite Four from the original Pokemon games were brutal.
Del Lago from Resident Evil 4.
Pretty much all of the LucasArts adventure games equally, though Sam & Max Hit the Road would be at the top of the list.
Thief II: The Metal Age.
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell.
Oooh, too many great series to choose from! Going by the number of times I’ve played through all the games, though, my favourite of my favourite is Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory.
I was originally gonna say The Neverhood, but you just can’t beat the classic cartoon soundtrack used in Toonstruck.
The challenge maps in Batman: Arkham Asylum.
Other than being a great game in its own right, Splinter Cell: Conviction has an intensely powerful story to go with it.