By an anonymous user on a 4chan thread responding to another user. Can be found on Fireden.net, a 4chan archive.
Fuck you faggot. If I ever fucking see you talk shit about Blinx again I'll go to your mother's house and shove a cactus up her vagina. Blinx is fucking great and if you don't like it you have bad taste and are also a fucking retard. Your family must have been inbred to the point of dying off if they birthed something like you. Your shit opinions are so fucking stupid that I reeled from seeing your post. "Blinx a shit"? YOu're fucking shit faggot. Don't ever post here again, in fact don't post anywhere on this website. I fucking hate you.
Do you think I'm trying to stir shit up? Blinx is a fucking brilliant game, in fact, it's one of the best and most innovative games of the 21st century. I bet you probably tried to use a vacuum cleaner on your dick as a teenager and have psychotic rages whenever you think of Blinx's smug face. Blinx is fucking GODTIER in every way and i fucking dare you to say otherwise. Fuck off back to whatever shithole country you come from where shit taste is the norm. Move out of mommys house so you can meet people irl and then noone online will have to hear your fucking stupid opinion
According to all known laws of time and space, there is no way a cat should be able to sweep.
Its paws are too small to get the fat sweeper off the ground.
The cat of course, sweeps anyway, because cats don't care what humans think is impossible.
I am definitely not exaggerating when I say that I'd honestly consider this collection of songs to be one of the all time finest video game soundtracks ever composed, both as a standalone piece, and a brilliant accompaniment to an insanely unconventional and innovative action/platformer.
For such a relatively obscure game, certainly by today's standards, one would not expect this level of variety, versatility, and flexibility in the composition of these beat-driven, futuristic, obscenely catchy forays into trance, glitch, synth pop, shibuya-kei, electro swing, plunderphonics, and many, many more styles. The artistic duo of Mariko Nanba and Keiichi Sugiyama clearly proved to be a truly winning combination for Microsoft's console puzzle-platformer.
I may sound like I'm gushing over this game, which to be fair I am, seeing as how it was quite literally one of the very first video games I ever played as a child, and thus strikes a tremendously nostalgic and emotional chord with me to this day. Every single track instantly brings to mind the vivid imagery and psychotropic landscapes it accompanies within the game. The soundtrack as a whole has such a pleasant, colorful, and intricately dance-able sound that seriously never gets old to me. It's always been a wonder to me as to why this title was never more successful than it was, as the only aspect that ever held the game back in my view was it's extreme difficulty...
... and to be fair, this game really does get fucking hard as shit later on, especially for newer players, but after having finally been able to finish the game in my late-youth, I can say with confidence that it is totally do-able, and the game still kicks ass either way so... Listen AND play in this case.
An amusing comment from BinaryHedgehog on e926 forums.
I know this doesn't count, but it's worth mentioning not because of a personal gripe, but I know people can do better. The Blinx porn is woefully inadequate, it's all fairly generic. The time manipulation mechanic is so exploitable, why hasn't anyone taken advantage of it!
seenenoughhentai's childhood regrets, posted on 30 Jan 2014.
When I was a kid, I used to be disturbingly obsessed with Blinx the Time Sweeper, which was basically a game about furries with vacuum cleaners, especially the GOD AWFUL sequel. I remember ******* praying to Based God every night to make me into a time sweeper. I ******* slept with the instruction manual for the game. My parents actually had to hold an intervention to stop me from worshiping the damn thing.
This all happened when I was in 5th grade. I didn't have that many friends.
Blinx can vacuum up Spyro and send his overrated ass straight into the vortex of nothingness. Cheers.
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