Hi, hello, salutations, etc. I'm Ikoe. This is my page. I call it Starflyers. Not much else of importance to add.
Starflyers, for continued lack of a better description, is an archive of stupidities and assets alike. On one hand, it serves as an easily-accessible means of grabbing some stuff I'd normally struggle with acquiring for one reason or another; on the other, it's laden with stuff I neglected to update over the past four-ish years. It is what it is.
Per usual, it's mobile-friendly enough, and seeing as I'm not really gonna bother too much with catering to the wretched lands of Mobile, it's almost certainly staying that way. If I can browse it with little to no hassle on my phone, then it must be good for everyone else! (Very, very theoretically. And selfishly.)
Anyhow, the pages themselves!
|Doomlective. A collection of various Doom-related items.
|The Vidya. A randomly-found collection of various vidya OSTs, apparently collected and organized by /v/ in 2007.
|Retroless. A selected collection of somewhat old or mildly modern vidya OSTs in their respective lossless formats (e.g. NSF, KSS, KSM, LAA, SPC).
|OPD. A ramble, an archive for an obscure lo-fi EP, and a lesson - all in one.
|Ongaku. Occasional reviews, lengthy and short, for a variety of albums.
|Faux-Utopian Dipshits. A frankly retarded webcomic that is engineered to make as little sense as humanly possible.
|About. A basic list of who I am in a nutshell, the shit I do, and the shit I use on a daily basis.
|Kaikaku. The site's update and additions log.
One has to appreciate the irony in saying "going forward, I will be nuking my assorted-writings page (because said writings are infrequent as shit), but I will also substitute that by adding a nice lil' thoughtbox instead!" and then promptly lacking the energy to put anything in THAT too. Augh!!!!
Anyway. Life's alright. Decked out with a new PC which feels like a friggin' NASA supercomputer compared to Ol' Reliable. Instead of tackling anything new with it, I've opted to replay Death Stranding—albeit through the Director's Cut this time around. Still hits wonderfully; almost as much as it did the first time. Low Roar stays goated. I plan on putting a lil' more stress on it next month, provided that Halo Infinite and 2077 go on Moderately Reasonable™ sales by then. They probably will. Crimbis and all.
UNPAID ENDORSEMENT SPACE |
now has a
physical release up to the start of December for a whopping ten
smackaroos (and shipping)! The devs are good folks who'll no
doubt benefit from your purchase—and hey, you get some pretty nifty
goodies to go with it, so y'know. Quid pro quo and all that jazz.