It feels like a whole new genre to me. Like it reminds me of weird experimental games from the PS2 era that actually had a budget back before budgets got so expensive nobody would take a chance on anything weird.
I heard this axiom: change yourself and you change the world. People have raised a lot of points of varying degrees of value to any of these debates but the mature move is to change our own actions and attitudes. Like I got at in the article really a lot of stuff is off the rails about gaming and gamers but media… Read more
They’re not really useful, and lots of reviewers don’t know what they’re talking about just who they’re talking to: their Patreon audience, their political/social group, etc. As far as purchase either I go by early info and my gut and pick a game up new or get it once there is a lot more information out there. Except… Read more
yeah someone on my list is playing it non stop.
I told them to do this when they had that ama on here with the Bioware writers.
I can’t believe people like Life is Strange so much. Every single line is cringe. I don’t know I guess some people just aren’t self-aware. I have been playing some Helldivers. It’s OK. I watched The Witch and it’s a great movie. It really came out of nowhere for me and I think that helped, no real hype beforehand just… Read more
I forgot about that. Forget I said anything.
Yeah a lot of the kickstarters are like that. What's the Igavania one by the same people who made Mighty No. 9. They're making the game they just grabbed a famous Japanese developer for the Kickstarter page. And stuff like Star Citizen where even as people leave the game and say it's being mismanaged the comments to… Read more
Yeah a problem with looking at stuff that way is you miss all the other variables. Like Max Brooks books all argue quiet weapons are better at not pulling more zombies and that a lot of guns are sort of designed for killing humans who die form bleeding a lot from anywhere.
Damnit Z you're missing seibnfeld 2.
I’ll probably like Deadpool forever. I think the big trick with marketing is trying to convince people they’re in that 15% of an audience that likes a thing. I’m actually in that group for Deadpool but not everyone can be. Like when a new Pokémon game gets announced I see all this hype but, hopefully, I remember a… Read more