dude i’m gonna frickin hold your hand so hard it’s gonna blow your mind with how hecka rad my affection is
I become happy if I am recognized and befriended by someone I think is cool.
Livestream is literal crap
I’m going to live stream a few indie games and some Vampire The Masquerade Bloodlines if anyone wants to watch. Tonight around 11pm Central USA Time
i really want an “i accidentally broke into your house/apartment because my friend lives next door to you and i was in the area, drunk, and i thought i was climbing into the right window and falling asleep on the right couch (and i did wonder when my friend got two cats but i didn’t question it) so now i’m hungover and shirtless in your living room so um hi howya doin” au
I actually wrote this once for my Writing for Screen and Stage class.
I finished this game last year and despite it being frustrating, I absolutely live for allegory and metaphors. It was just great for me.
Cry brings up a good point though- he says it might have been better as another medium rather than a videogame. In my opinion I think that may not work so great, because you would be less involved and I think the story would be too confusing to keep most people’s attention. However, I would agree with him that the game play drags it down. I think that if the mechanics were better (combat mostly) and there was a little less running around/ less back tracking it would work much better as a game. And the satisfaction you get at the end and finally understand it all is much greater than If it were a movie or visual novel.
That’s just my opinion though.