The irony or blessing in disguise of our creation.
Sorry, you guys, 😷 it looks like the sudden change of environment change my body system, which means I’m very sick. (Caugh) not as bad as last time but, I can’t do anything about it except getting used to it and only post twice a week. Not to worry though, I get back in my feet in no time. Gotten used to it.
So today topic is experiments.
Ahhh, life has given it to us, yet we scientist always define what we believe and make something extraordinary. But nothing has ever gone off to success, only failure. Amidst those fail experiments, we might have accidentally created something dangerous. Don’t take it from me, I’m not the one that just made a being that could possibly eradicate the mankind. See below why scientist are dangerous bunch.
Daytime for the hero, night time for a werewolf: Sonic Unleashed
At the beginning of the story, Sonic is comforting his nemesis, Dr. Eggman, on Eggman’s flagship. Eggman then activated the ship’s defense systems. Activating the cannons and bringing forth a horde of Egg Fighters.
After seeing the obstacles, Sonic boosted forward and began dodging the batteries fired from the cannons. Bounding across the flagship, Eggman brought forth his mech and unleashed a flurry of machine gun fire.
After running across the ceiling while dodging missiles. Sonic ran through the flagship’s hallway. Eggman fired his Mech’s grappling hook-like arm and grabbed Sonic.
After being pulled to Eggman in the Mech’s grasp. Sonic summoned the Chaos Emeralds from within himself and became Super Sonic in order to stop him, destroying Eggman’s mech, Eggman fled in his Egg Mobile and fled from his Flagship.
After chasing Eggman through space and destroying half of his fleet, they finally arrived at Eggman’s Research facility and knocking Eggman himself to the ground. As a trap, Eggman pretends to plead for mercy.
When Sonic is closed enough, he activates the Chaos Emerald Cannon, which traps Sonic in the center and begins drawing the Chaos energy out of Sonic and the Emeralds in a fashion that is clearly extremely painful for him.
After the weapon is charged, Eggman fires a laser at the Earth to wake a monster known as Dark Gaia, splitting the planet. The dark energy of the Emeralds is brought out by the ray, transforming Sonic into a monstrous version of himself and rendering the Chaos Emeralds gray and powerless. Eggman then opens an airlock which sucks Sonic and the drained Emeralds out into space and down to Earth.
While Sonic is saved from a fatal landing due to an unknown energy source, he still ends up taking a heavy fall. After pulling himself out of the dirt, Sonic encounters a winged imp-like creature. Sonic then asks the creature what his name was and the creature couldn’t remember his own name or history. Sonic agrees to help the creature restore his memory during their journey.
After exploring the city of Apotos, Sonic names the creature Chip and the two run into Tails at night. Tails immediately recognize Sonic even though he is in his Werehog form and reveals that Professor Pickle of Spagonia University may be able to help them on their adventure. Once they reach Spagonia, they discover Dr. Eggman has kidnapped Professor Pickle for his knowledge on Dark Gaia.
After traveling to Mazuri and freeing him, Professor Pickle explains the nature of Dark Gaia and reveals that restoring power to the Chaos Emeralds via the Gaia Temples would help the planet return to normal.
Sonic then sets out to the seven Gaia Temples to restore the Emeralds and reassemble the planet. In Spagonia, Sonic and Chip run into Amy at night, who doesn’t recognize Sonic in his Werehog form. He later saves Amy from Dark Gaia’s influence and she, upon learning her savior’s identity, decides to help Sonic and Professor Pickle.
Developer: Sonic Team
Producer: Akinori Nishiyama
Designer: Yoshihisa Hashimoto, Toshiyuki Nagahara, Takashi Iizuka, Shun Nakamura, and Takao Hirabayashi.
Artist: Sachiko Kawamura, Hideaki Moriya, and Yuji Uekawa.
Writer: Sayako Yoshimura
Compositor: Tomoya Ohtani, Kenichi Tokoi, Fumie kumatani, Hideaki Kobayashi, Takahito Eguchi, and Mariko Nanba.
Series: Sonic the Hedgehog series
Engine: Hedgehog Engine, Havok Physics Engine, and Modified internal engine
Picture format and framerate: 1080p/1080i/720p/30FPS/60FPS.
Release Date: November 18, 2008
Genre: Platformer, action-adventure, beat-em-up
Rating: ESRB: E 10+, PEGI: 7+, OFLCA: General, CERO: All ages
Platform: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii, PlayStation 2, and Mobile phones.
Crash in the middle of vegence: Metroid Prime 2: Echos
Echoes takes place on a rogue planet in the Dasha region, Aether, inhabited by a race known as the Luminoth. The Luminoth lived peacefully, protecting the planet’s pure natural energy, which they call the “Light of Aether”.
Five decades before the game’s events, a Phazon meteor collides into the planet and leaves a scar causing environmental damage and splitting the planetary energy. The split creates another planet in an alternate dimension, Dark Aether, a mirror version of Aether that is dark, arid, and has a poisonous atmosphere.
Dark Aether becomes home to the Ing, cruel shapeshifting creatures who intend to destroy the Luminoth, and are able to possess bodies of the living, the dead, and the artificially intelligent. Eventually, the Ing and the Luminoth engage in a war over the planet’s energy—whichever race controls it is capable of destroying the other.
While looking for the Marines near Aether, Samus’s ship is damaged by severe lightning
storms from the planet. Said storms have caused electromagnetic interference that prevented
the Marines from communicating with the Federation. Samus finds the troops dead and
surrounded by hive creatures called Splinters. Deceased Marines suddenly rise and attack her, apparently possessed, and she fights them off. Samus then encounters her evil doppelgänger, Dark Samus, for the first time, and Dark Samus jumps through a portal.
Samus decides to follow her through it and into Dark Aether, a vile trans-dimensional duplicate of Aether, where Samus is attacked by a group of dark creatures called Ing, who steal the weapons from
Samus’s suit before pushing her back through the portal.
Upon returning to Aether, Samus learns that the Marines were attacked and killed by Ing- possessed Splinters, and decides to enter a nearby alien temple structure to look for clues. When she reaches the structure, she meets U-Mos, the last remaining sentinel of the
Luminoth, an alien race that has fought against the Ing for decades.
They are now on the verge of defeat. He tells Samus that after a meteor struck Aether, the impact was so devastating, it created “Dark Aether”, from which the Ing spawned. He also tells Samus that the Ing have taken virtually all of the ‘Light of Aether’, the entire collective planetary energy for. Aether that keeps the planet stable, and begs her to retrieve it. As if any world gains all this energy, the other will perish.
Developer: Retro Studios Nintendo
Director: Mark Pacini
Producer: Bryan Walker, Kenji Miki, Kensuke Tanabe
Programmer: Frank Lafuente
Artist: Todd Keller
Composer: Kenji Yamamoto
Platform: GameCube, Wii
Release: November 15, 2004
Genre: First-person action-adventure
Mode: Single-player, multiplayer
Final fantasy vii Cerberus
The game begins during the climax of Final Fantasy VII. As Vincent and Yuffie Kisagori help to evacuate Midgard, which is about to be destroyed by Sephiroth’s Meteor spell, Vincent find the body of Professor Hojo slumped at the controls of the Sister Ray cannon. After a flash of lightning, Hojo’s body seems to disappear, and before Vincent can investigate, the cannon explodes, forcing Vincent to escape with Yuffie.
Three years later, Vincent is in the town of Kalm when it is attacked by a group of mysterious soldiers. Vincent, with the help of his former comrade, Reeve Tuesti of the World Regenesis Organization (WRO), an organization dedicated to helping the planet recover from the events of Final Fantasy VII, fights the soldiers and forces them to retreat, but not before many of the citizens of the town have been captured, and many more killed.
Reeve explains to Vincent that the soldiers were members of Deepground, a military
organization created as part of a covert Shinra operation to create genetically enhanced super soldiers. Vincent soon learns that he is one of Deepground’s primary targets, as he is unknowingly in possession of “Protomateria”, a substance which he uses to control the “Chaos” gene hidden inside him.
Deepground claims they need the Protomateria to control
“Omega”. According to ancient tablets discovered some years previously, Chaos and Omega
have an unknown but important relationship, with Chaos described as “Omega’s squire to the lofty heavens.”
The Chaos gene was injected into Vincent over thirty years previously by the scientist, Lucrecia Cresent, Hojo’s research assistant, with whom Vincent was in love. In an effort to find answers, Vincent goes to the town of Nibelheim where Lucrecia studied Omega and Chaos. Whilst at Lucrecia’s research lab, Vincent is ambushed by Rosso the Crimson, who steals the Protomateria but is prevented from killing Vincent by the arrival of Yuffie.
As they return to the WRO headquarters, they find that Deepground has launched an assault on the base. However, Deepground member Shelke the Transparent has been captured by the WRO, and reveals that she is synaptically interconnected to Lucrecia’s memories, thus allowing the WRO to complete Lucrecia’s research on Omega.
Shelke’s sister, Shalua Rui, a high ranking scientist in the WRO, soon discovers that Omega is a WEAPON, which activates when the Planet senses that it is in mortal danger. Omega’s function is to absorb the Lifestream, from the Planet and then move to another planet, leaving the inhabitants behind to die.
Deepground plans to slaughter a huge number of people at once so as to ‘trick’ the planet into activating Omega prematurely.
Developer: Square Enix, Moonlith Soft
Publisher: Square Enix
Director: Takayoshi Nakazato
Producer: Yoshiki Kashitani
Programmer: Yoshiki Kashitani
Artist: Yukio Nakatani
Writer: Hiroki Chiba
Composer: Mashasi Hamauzu
Series: Compilation of Final fantasy VII, Final Fantasy
Platform: PlayStation 2
Release: January 26, 2006
Genre: Action role-playing, third-person shooter
Mode: Single-player, multiplayer
Physicist Gordon Freeman arrives late for work at the Black Mesa Research Facility. He dons his Hazardous Environment (HEV) suit to carry out an experiment taking place in the Anomalous Materials of Sector C of the facility. When he pushes an unusual material into an anti-mass spectrometer for analysis, the spectrometer explodes, creating a “resonance cascade” that opens a portal to another dimension, Xen.
Gordon escapes the destroyed lab. Surviving staff tell him that communications with the outside world have been cut and urge him to head to the surface. Gordon fights his way through Black Mesa, defending himself against hostile Xen creatures — such as Vortigaunts and parasitic headcrabs, which attach themselves to human hosts — and US Marines sent to cover up the incident. At the surface, Gordon learns that scientists from the Lambda Complex may have found a way to close the portal. Gordon travels to the other end of the facility to assist them. Along the way, he activates arocket engine test facility to destroy a giant tentacled creature and uses a disused railway system to reach and launch a satellite rocket. After he is captured by Marines and left for dead in a garbage compactor, he escapes and makes his way to an older part of the facility, where he discovers Xen specimens collected before the resonance cascade.
Publisher: Sierra Studios
Writer: Marc Laidlaw
Composer: Kelly Bailey
Platform: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, OS X, Linux
Release: November 19, 1998
Genre: First-person Shooter
Mode: Single-player, multiplayer
Time to upgrade :Ratchet and Clank: Up your arsenal
After playing a game of Galantic Chess in Clank’s apartment in Megapolis in the Bogon Galaxy, Ratchetand Clank argued about the rules before clank decided to turn on their Holo-Vision. While channel-surfing past Clank’s new show, “Secret Agent Clank”, Ratchet found a news report stating that his home planet in the Solana Galaxy, Veldin, was under attack by an army of Tyhrranoids.
The duo immediately raced to Veldin, despite Clanks protests, and upon landing, Ratchet was confused to be the new sergeant for the Galantic Rangers and forced to lead the defense force. Upon clearing the Tyhrranoid threat, Ratchet was contacted by the Galatic President. The President explained that a mysterious supervillain known as Nefarious and the mastermind behind this attack. The President then asked Ratchet and Clank to find the only man to survive a fight with Nefarious, who was believed to be living on planet Florana.
After watching an episode of “Nature’s Mysteries” about this person, known as the “Florana Tree Beast,” they flew to the Nabla Forest where the Tree Beast forced them to cross the Path of Death. Afterwards, Ratchet said, “you’re dumb as…” Clank interrupted, “Captain Quark!” Ratchet chuckled and agreed with him just before it kicked Ratchet and unmasked itself, revealing its true identity: Captain Qwark. Qwark somehow lost his memory and sanity, presumably while trying to save the plant life on Florana or while working as a MegaCorptest dummy, and now believed himself to be a monkey.
After Qwark and his cyclops-monkey companion, Skrunch, were led to the ship, Sasha Phyronix, captain of the Starship Phoenix, was ordered by the President to assist Ratchet and Clank, she gave them the coordinates to her ship.
Aboard the Starship, the duo brought Captain Qwark to his new quarters, a cage with a tree. Upon entering the bridge, they found Sasha listening to a distress transmission from the President, now revealed to be Sasha’s father, on the Galactic Capital of Marcadia.
Nefarious interrupted this transmission and declared war on all organic life forms whom he called “Squishies”, with fake sign language performed by Lawerance, Ratchet and Clank immediately flew to the capital city to assist the Galactic Rangers in defending the President. Once they cleared the Capitol Building’s courtyard of all threats, Ratchet and Clank were sent to the Laser Defense Facility to help restore power to the defense grid.
When they reached the facility, they encountered their old friend Big Al “fixing” defense grid. Al was actually playing a Qwark Vid-Comic he gave the two his copy, which he told them to be careful with as it was a first edition. Upon return to the Phoenix, Ratchet played this Vid-Comic on his VG-9000 game system, and the completion of this Vid-Comic sparked Qwark’s memory, flashing many images of his life from the previous two games.
While Captain Qwark adjusted himself to his new surroundings and finished fully regaining his senses, Ratchet and Clank were sent to Annihilation Nation to attempt to win the Tyhrra-Guise, a gadget that transforms the user’s appearance into that of a Tyhrranoid. When Ratchet and Clank returned to the Phoenix after winning the device, awarded to them by Cortney Gears, they learned that the President had placed Qwark in direct command of the war and that Qwark had created the Q-Force in their absence.
Developer: Insomniac Games
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
Programmer: Alexander Hastings, Brian Hastings
Artist: John Fiorito, Dave Guertin, Greg Baldwin
Composer: David Bergeaud
Series: Ratchet and Clank
Engine: Insomniac Engine v.10
Platform: PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita
Release: November 3, 2004
Mode: Single-player, multiplayer