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I still want Oracle back.Tags: I should start collecting BoP TPBs once I have a place back, sigh, I even have the ridiculous ninties hacker miniseries she was in,
|When I have assignments due:||desperate to write, editing in spare moments and scribbling down sentences while making tea.|
|When I'm getting ready for work:||Flood of inspiration, typing like a demon when I should be putting pants on, making myself late.|
|When I'm at work:||Writing sentences in my head while serving customers, typing awkwardly on a gdoc on my phone while on break, stealing paper from printers and scribbling down the next few lines.|
|When I'm at home, completely free, with a Word document open or a pen in my hand:||oh hey what's on tumblr.|
sspacer asked: I'm not really surprised either, but I'm still a bit sad. *sigh* I'm already scared for the game because the dialogue doesn't seem too strong, which is the core of VG storytelling imo. I'm going to support it reguardless
What I always remember is that even extremely story-heavy games like Mass Effect (and another game series I play, Persona) often highlight combat and mechanics in their trailers rather than dialogue, for the sake of obscuring story spoilers and causing an uproar. There’s always the chance it’ll be bad, but even most RPGs these days don’t show off their best dialogue in previews.
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floatingmoustache asked: haven't been keeping up with Remember Me but I have this fear of it being emptier than it should somehow. also, wasn't it shown the previous year at E3 or something before Remember Me was shown? French cyberpunk game... I remember it vaguely but everyone reacted like it was completely new.
It was mentioned some time ago, but Capcom took their sweet time putting out a trailer and months and months late (in my opinion) to put preorders up. When I worked at Gamestop, we had games in our computer two or three years ahead of time, but Remember Me wasn’t even available for preorder until a few weeks ago, despite having a release date.
I think it’ll be a good game, but if it does ‘badly’ (which is measured by a couple of bullshit standards in the industry these days), it’ll be because of wonky as hell marketing - which seems to happen perpetually in games with women as the main character, much less a woman of color.
Always wear protection in dungeons.
Yes, I got my preloading wish.