|Author||Message (Newest at bottom)|
|Mr. L Productions||3|
reply to GamerKid posted 51 days ago
Been a while since we've heard from you Why aren't you GamerKid on YouTube anymore?
gamring 2 h3rd!
Cool! Also, it's nice to see that you're still around!
50 days ago
|Mr. L Productions|
48 days ago
|Ok, here's the deal. My girlfriend and I wrote this song together. She's been so kind as to let me premiere it on my channel, so I would love for everyone to view this video. It released on August 6th. We'd appreciate all likes and comments. It'll be our one-month anniversary and we are both very excited for this song to be released to the public as a testament to our love. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8O8qleli6G4|
reply to TheEvilShadoo posted 48 days ago
(August 3, 2021) color=blue: 1 Grind Run: 70 ATK —> 73 ATK
|Mr. L Productions|
45 days ago
|It's my one-month anniversary with Lily (my girlfriend) today. This is our song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8O8qleli6G4|
45 days ago
|2||Happy Metroid 35th anniversary! What's your favourite Metroid game?|
>favourite Metroid game I really should start playing the Metroid games sometime. I've only ever played a tiny bit of Super Metroid in the past.
reply to Mr. L Productions posted 44 days ago
Kinda drifted away from yt after the incident, and i *cough* "forgot" my yt password
|Mr. L Productions||1|
Sad times. We all miss you, GK
44 days ago
|2||These SPM OST arrangements are phenomenal! Crossposting these here from the D.U.D. (OP by @♡ SPMFangirl ♡#9106) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcqMuY1rvOo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ew35ZIL6uT0 Are you more of a Lineland Road person or a Gloam Valley person? Comment ITT.|
Lineland Road FTW
That lineland road arrangement is godlike, holy fuck!
reply to TheEvilShadoo posted 44 days ago
I recommend Metroid Fusion and Metroid: Zero Mission. They're both really solid titles! And, of course, the Prime games are fantastic too.
44 days ago
|1||Saw this pop up in my recommended, and I figured you guys would get a kick about it. Did you know that Super Paper Mario had an active speedrunning community? I sure as hell didn't! Gonna throw this on and fall asleep to it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iOVyNobXTxw|
Yeah, interesting stuff happens every so often. This is one of those thingies.
38 days ago
|1||I found this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QABNtHe5mU8|
reply to Mr. L Productions posted 37 days ago
36 days ago
|1||As of now, at this very second, we are exactly **six thousand days away** from the Y2K38 Problem; AKA: the Unix Millennium Problem. I find this interesting, but if you don't... **then too bad!** It's not like anything else is going on here anyway. So, if you don't already know, the Y2K38 Problem is when Unix time (the number that is used to keep the time in almost all computer systems) will reach 2^31, (2,147,483,648 seconds after January 1, 1970) on January 19, 2038, 03:14:07 UTC. When this happens, any 32-bit operating system or application that needs to keep track of the current time, uses the standardized Unix time to keep the time, and stores the Unix time as a /signed/ 32-bit integer, will do one of three things: 1. Incorrectly think the time is December 13, 1901, 2. Throw lots of weird errors, or 3. Break completely and no longer turn back on. A better explanation is available here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Year_2038_problem So, since modern computers are 64-bit, and 2038 is still 16 1/2 years away, then why should you care, right? Well, for these older 32-bit devices, this is a **really** big deal! While it's impossible to predict what will happen to each individual 32-bit device when the time comes, from a technical standpoint, this is a bigger deal than the Year 2000 Problem. The reason being: instead of a 2-digit year overflowing from (19)99 to (19)00, this is going to be the fundamental timekeeping mechanism itself overflowing. Y2K would have been a big problem if it weren't for the programmers who thought ahead and did everything they could to minimize the effects. This time, however, while having known about this problem at least 38 years in advance, and the earliest effects of it having been felt in 2006 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Year_2038_problem#Early_problems), currently, our best solution is to just completely stop using 32-bit hardware and software before it goes kaput. This brings me to my final point, the types of devices that are really going to be affected by this: Older devices, especially older embedded systems. For example, computers used in militaries, banks, GPS systems, science laboratories, and vehicles such as cars and airplanes are all often in use for years offline, using outdated hardware and software. If nothing is done about these eventually, there's a real possibility that they'll break and stop functioning when the time inevitably comes. Also, this will affect relatively old web servers that aren't actively maintained anymore if they go unupgraded. Thankfully, none of Nintendo's consoles use Unix time. The GameCube, DS line, Wii, and Wii U all count time starting from January 1, 2000 and store the time as an /unsigned/ 32-bit integer, meaning they can all hypothetically count up to the year 2136 before overflowing. However, the Wii and DS only allow you to set the year up to 2050 for some reason. Also, this is a perfect time for me to point out a little-known Easter egg of the Wii: the system calendar ends on the year 2035. While never confirmed by Nintendo, it is believed that 2035 was chosen for the calendar's end year because: 2035 = 20, 3, 5 --> The 20th letter of the English alphabet is T, the 3rd is C, and the 5th is E --> TCE = The Calendar Ends. Alright, rant's over. 'Twas fun. Thanks for attending my Ted Talk. See you guys in another 1000 days. #Hi-Technicaaaal|
https://www.shadoosite.tk/images/6K_days.png This is an accurate countdown: http://www.gregnk.com/2038/
35 days ago
|1||When will Nintendo make a real Paper Mario again|
35 days ago
persona persona persona persona persona persona persona persona persona persona
reply to Ancro Hale posted 35 days ago
Once someone time travels back to E3 2010 and successfully kicks Miyamoto off the Paper Mario team. Anyone know where Nintendo's hiding the universe's system clock settings menu?
reply to BunnyFly posted 35 days ago
Déjà vu. I'm almost certain that someone's posted this gif in the past (it's not linked the forum though), but still, it's a cool digibutterfly. It's quite sparkly.
34 days ago
|⚠️If anyone here cares, NerrBot: ReHatched and my entire shadoosite Raspberry Pi server will be down until about a week from today for scheduled downtime. Thank you all for not giving a crump (pun intended). Welcome back to population: 1 Visitors Online…|
34 days ago
|7||The end of the DS dynasty and it’s effects have been a disaster for the human race. This was a sad read: https://www.nintendolife.com/news/2021/07/random_an_eager_3ds_streetpass_fan_spent_a_day_in_new_york_got_zero_hits|
It was at the end of the 3DS life I took my 3DS with me everyday and I got only 6 buddies. But im still glad I got to participate in streetpass, it was fun.
34 days ago
|1||Not me needing to start playing TTYD from scratch because I am severely under level and didnt bring any items with me into chapter 8.|
Gamering so hard that you play through the game twice before you finish it.
reply to Icy_A posted 33 days ago
A man is judged by the content of his character; a gamer is judged by the amount of Miis in his Streetpass Mii Plaza. I have 211, including 41 streetpass tags, 11 special (Reggie + variants, Iwata, etc…), and the rest are from online play.
|Mr. L Productions|
32 days ago
|2 week leave of absence starts now. I'm going away on Holiday. Most of you on Discord knew that already anyway. Have a nice 2 weeks! While I'm gone, I'll be pumping out Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle walkthrough vids and some covers! See ya! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAUiFkwQRcw|
31 days ago
|1||Found by a waterfall atop a rocky mountain: https://files.catbox.moe/3uv889.jpeg|
25 days ago
|3||oh!! i should prolly put it here too,, i animated a thingy!! it took like 4 months and i am very proud of it https://youtu.be/J6eypzxYebQ|
reply to TheEvilShadoo posted 24 days ago
I just got back from a vacation in which I took my 3DS with me. I walked through 3 different airports both going to my destination and going back home, one of which being the 2nd largest airport in the world, and I only forgot to have my 3DS turned on once. Out of the 5/6 airports, I didn't get a single StreetPass hit. This was the first time I've been in an airport with my 3DS (since I've had it) in which I didn't get a StreetPass hit. RIP StreetPass. Maybe something cool will come out of this one day: https://gbatemp.net/threads/streetpass-2-rise-from-the-ashes.526749/
And I have none..in both Wii and 3ds.
reply to cnnanan posted 20 days ago
shut up, stinky bot
reply to Dimentio21 posted 20 days ago
that is not a butterfly, that is hallow knight from the game hallow knight
reply to TheEvilShadoo posted 20 days ago
the wii remote prototype image has a mouse cursor on it
also is this from the gigaleak
Yeah, this is from the 10th Gigaleak that happened this past July.
reply to Thomasgamer4000 posted 18 days ago
ayo lil ghost buddy can be a butterfly if they want to be
reply to TheEvilShadoo posted 18 days ago
Yeah, I was surprised too when I found out that there were already 10 leaks. Apparently, the first one happened in 2018, and then the name "Gigaleak" was coined after the second leak in 2020, which was a few gigabytes in size. After that, the following leaks (with the 10th being the most recent) have just been grouped in as more Gigaleaks. There's a Wikipedia article on it here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2020-2021_Nintendo_data_leak
17 days ago