So today Battle Bears Overclock:FPS Dank Memes including Dante from Devil May Cry series Knuckles Deluxe Royale has been released on the App Store and so far so good.... or is it?
For the years that I have been here this place has gone from bad to worst, now hold it right there you might be thinking "Oh great, it's one of THOSE threads like @InstableGriff " Well this is how I'd respond, Shut up snd continue reading. Anyways skip the nostalgia talk. One thing however that has intrigued me the most is the fanbase's belief that SkyVu will prevail, Now I'm not trying to shut that down but I think after about 3 years of failure and scandal we shouldn't be so damn naive. the situation has gotten so desperate that Ben is basically offering some noob to shill from them in return for virtual currency, I don't wanna shut you down for that Ben I think that's an interesting marketing strategy you have there and kinda smart. Oh and BBTV? forget that, Dead project. But it doesn't have to be this way right? Right so come on guys, you gotta stop with the complaining and go back to being optimisitc, the freakin' app is being FEATURED. We all knew SkyVu was such in a desperate position, We shouldn't be criticizing so much we should be grateful that with the limited resources SkyVu has, they were able to at least make something worthwhile. Now don't go confusing my plea as in I believe in this game. I don't, but I'm just so sick that this community's faith has utterly shattered. Just remember guys, the shilling helps SkyVu whether you like it or not. So the next time you find something wrong in the game. Take into account of their financial situation. I'm not saying complaining is bad but at least keep that in mind. My only and honest pet peeve with this game is the fact that it has "FPS" like it's some generic app.
Bee Movie is a 2007 American computer animatedfamily comedy film produced by DreamWorks Animation and distributed by Paramount Pictures.1 It stars Jerry Seinfeld and Renée Zellweger.
Bee Movie is the first motion-picture script to be written by Seinfeld, who co-wrote the film with Spike Feresten, Barry Marder, and Andy Robin. The film was directed by Simon J. Smith and Steve Hickner and produced by Seinfeld, Christina Steinberg and Cameron Stevning. The production was designed byAlex McDowell, and Christophe Lautrette was the art director. Nick Fletcher was the supervising editor and music for the film was composed by Rupert Gregson-Williams.
The cast and crew include some veterans of Seinfeld's long-running NBC sitcom Seinfeld, including writer/producers Feresten and Robin, and actors Michael Richards (Seinfeld character Cosmo Kramer), Patrick Warburton (Seinfeld character David Puddy), and Larry Miller (who plays the title character on the Seinfeld episode "The Doorman"). Coincidentally, NBC was host to the broadcast television premiere of the film on November 27, 2010.