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Alastair Tse
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So meta! Andy Samberg is the best!
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Brings back so much memories, makes me want to play it again.
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I still remember.
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我仍然記得……
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+Zak Cohen  Spotify thinks I've been listening to your band's album a lot.
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My collection from spotify was also a bit random
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Making the game is even harder than playing the game.
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+Mike Marinaro​ seriously? Procedural (more towards procedural than random) generation?
Although a tiny portion of the difficulty of the REAL procedural generation, it is a bit tricky. Still once you get used to the game, it isn't quite hard.

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So funny, but incredibly shot.
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+RoPlay Oh, you are one dead son of a gun.
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The menu is sprawling, but the noodles are legit. Tsukemen and the odd but delicious Tomato ramen are great.
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A simple cozy place for food. Great for a drink and a curry udon. Everything we ordered here was delicious.
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If you are a espresso or pour over coffee connoisseur- you must head over here for some osaka roasted beans that rival the best of San Francisco and Brooklyn.
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This place claims to be the originator of the takoyaki. They don't add the brown sauce or mayo to the takoyaki but instead optionally allow you to order a bowl of dashi to dip it in. The takoyakis are lighter than most on the streets but is flavorful. However, the outside is not crispy as you would expect. You can order them sit in, and pay after you eat, or order them take out.
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Really nice space and relaxing view of the shrines and water. They make a hand poured filter coffee too.
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