As we continue to cut the cake and tap the keg for the Major Spoilers 10th Anniversary celebration, it’s time to take the Major Spoilers Question of the Day to the next level, by asking you TEN all important questions, that we really want to know the answer to!
Recently, during a heated Playstation 3 wrestling match, my daughter opined that it was “stupid confusing” that I had two separate wrestlers nicknamed ‘The King’. I attempted to explain to her that there were only a limited number of call-signs available in the game, and that King Cobra and The Lizard King were two vastly different personalities when she dropped the real bombshell: The REAL King is the race-car voiced by Richard Petty from ‘Cars’. She then changed her mind to say that Michael Jackson, The Late King Of Pop, was the real king, then waffled again to address King
After my initial viewing of ‘Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World’ (the version that ended with Scott and Knives Chou together), I was bothered by spending an entire movie with an expectation of Scott ending up with Ramona, and annoyed that they made what seemed like an incorrect adaptation choice. Upon reviewing the film, though, I came to the realization that Ramona is pretty much a cypher, given little to no development throughout the film, and that the alternate ending actually makes more sense within the confines of the story we’re shown. That said, while I find the idea of 22-year-old
Munchkin is a dedicated deck card game by Steve Jackson Games, written by Steve Jackson and illustrated by John Kovalic, that has a humorous take on role-playing games. In this installment – Space. The Final Frontier. These are the voyages of the S.S. Spoilerite. It’s ongoing mission – to reach level ten, and screw everyone else in the process. This is Star Munchkin! [podcast]http://traffic.libsyn.com/majorspoilers/munchkinland-10.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download (Right Click + Save As) You can subscribe to the RSS feed here. Subscribe via iTunes The material presented here is my original creation, intended for use with the Munchkin system from Steve Jackson