I've finally gotten better after almost two weeks of being sick, and to celebrate I went to the Youth Club and bought some pizza.
Nowadays I've been playing quite a lot of this game called Star Wars: Jedi Knight Jedi Acedemy, which is a surprisingly great game despite its age! And man, the guy who voices Luke Skywalker does an amazing job as him. And apparently he voiced Porky Pig in the newer Looney Tunes cartoons.
I find Star Wars Jedi Acedemy to be one of my favorite Star Wars games of all-time simply because it's one of the few games from my childhood that I actually still enjoy to this day, and I played it back in 2004! Yeah, it can be really derpy with its animations, its voice acting, and its planet naming but it's a great Star Wars game with one of the best lightsabre combat systems I have ever used. Plus, the game's multiplayer is really under-looked, hell, the whole game is under-looked, isn't it?
Then there's the voice-acting, which I thought was okay when I was a kid, now I realise how hilariously cheesy the voice-acting is in this game. But, that's what makes the game even better for me, because, see...I'm in love with bad/cheesy acting in media in general, mainly because I'm interested in it. I'm interested in how badly a person can act, since I've been interested in acting for about 2 years now, and every time I hear bad dialogue, combined with bad voice-acting, I laugh at how poor that person's acting is along with how bad the writer is at his job.
A good example of this is Twilight, the acting in general is bad, but the kind of bad that makes me laugh at the complete stupidity of the actors for their inability to act, despite their reputation as famous "actors". Another reason for my love of bad/cheesy voice-acting is that it kind of improves my acting ability in a way because it basically tells me to not be that guy when acting.
Well, that's all I've got to say today, so...yeah! Enjoy this picture of a Kangaroo!