The content of the two shows is what makes the plagiarism accusation so damning. Vrooman’s response, the graphic elements, and the name make it all pretty hard to look past.
I was looking for a multiplayer survival sim and it did not deliver, in any measurable way, on that promise.
And I think if your use of that word is trying to provide commentary on colonialist attitudes and violent encroachment, your story should be able to meet those themes in seriousness or impact. Paul highlights from Zach Z.’s review that it really doesn’t, and acts more like set dressing.
The tanks used to have fish in them, and little placards embedded in the tank formations with information about the fish in the tanks (some of which were fish that could be ordered off the menu, I believe, not that they would take them from the tank). Probably took them out to cut costs, or they kept dying. Read more
Here’s the thing: they’re not really cleaning them.
I was trying to find the quote for you, from private correspondence between Lovecraft and a friend of his (sadly couldn’t), but towards the end of his life he learns of the kind of extermination going on in the Holocaust, after some years of being pro-Hitler, and kind of realizes he may have been rooting for the… Read more
I think one challenge of comedy in games is timing. How can you set up, then execute, a joke for an audience that is in complete control of your pacing? Your humor has to not just strike a chord with the audience, it has to be capable of doing so in various different contexts determined by player action, and possibly… Read more
Hiding the deaths isn’t weird––offering paid DLC to see them is.