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Only one thing that's an actual Rick and Morty side product? (The claymation series) There are games and comics based on the show you know...
It would be interesting to do some research into why this is. My guess is it's some combination of:
- Indie developers are more agile and can release games faster.
- Nintendo tend to go for spaced out, high impact titles.
- AAA studios are still hesitant about the Switch and only seem to be porting the titles that are selling well enough on other platforms to recoup potential losses.
My guess as an armchair market analyst is that the Switch will become like the Vita in that it is favoured by indies and mid-tier studios but unlike the Vita it will have strong first party support.
I'm fairly resilient when it comes to illness so it's always hard for me to tell how sick I am. That and I tend to have difficulty convincing myself I should stay home out of guilt that I may get better later in the day or even 10 minutes after I call in.
Thankfully I really only ever get sick once or twice a year with a cold that usually incapacitates me for two days so it simplifies things. One of the benefits of always being sick as a kid I guess.
a person who undergoes a 'tree change'What does that even mean? Am I undergoing a tree change if I stay firmly rooted in my beliefs but branch out into other paradigms and eventually leaf them all behind and go barking mad?
This is pretty cool though unless you're a wizard there's no way you could do this outside of a photo shoot and a bt of post-processing magic. What I'm wondering is whether they used a green bodysuit or just plain old fashioned deleting the skin parts to remove the person from the clothes.
I liked that DBZ game where Goku, Bulma with blonde hair and a surprise cameo by Arale went on that trip through time and fought purple haired Vegeta. That was really cool and they should do a sequel.
I'm surprised the correlation between The Evil Within and The Cell wasn't made.
So I waited 28 days. What now? ^_-
It's basically utilising the marketability of a name. If you made a movie about settling a new country called "Our new home" (as an arbitrary name) no one would really pay that much attention. Call it "Settlers of Catan" though and you instantly hook into people's familiarity with the game and the feeling of fun they have playing it.
It's the same reason why you see movies with "By the Producer of", or "From the writers of".
You're only realising Mario is a bad person now after decades of violence and genocide against Goombas, Koopas and Yoshis, stealing all the cash he can carry, destruction of property, substance abuse, brandishing fireballs in public spaces and numerous counts of attempted and successful regicide? (Bowser Koopa is a King after all)
All Bowser ever does is kidnap Princess Peach.
Friends and I will be playing some Borderlands 2 co-op. I'm also keen to give the Overwatch event a go and I may finally have a chance to check out my SNES mini.
While they are correct on what they say it's still a grey area that needs attention and regulation.
Open world games and I have a rocky relationship because they bore me pretty quickly if I'm not trying to achieve something. I can get indefinitely distracted chasing collectibles, powerups, currency or side missions but as soon as I'm not doing that my interest falls rapidly and I'll either drop the game or just try and fast-track an ending. That's not to say I won't mess about on the way. Most of my fun stems from the crazy situations and improviations that happen while I'm trying to achieve an objective.
Looks like it would taste similar to rabbit meat.
I always felt he was aiming at the Maniac Mansion fanbase. If he wants Monkey Island fans to convert then he needs to add more rubber chickens with pulleys.
That's a nice looking skin even if it does kind of look like a Draenei cosplaying as Fem-Diablo.
I still maintain my theory that Rey and Kylo will switch sides. The trailer has me intrigued though as it might be setting things up for a neutral ending where they eliminate the polarity and achieve balance in the Force by being both light and dark in one. Either way, I'm keen.
I am trying to think if it would be weird or "interesting" to be goosed by a group of people.
From an event perspective I like watching streams that give good coverage of the gameplay and have knowledgeable commentary, especially since my interests are speedrunning and fighting games which have lots of technical details.
From a more "personal" streaming perspective I go for the ones that:
a) Interact with chat socially and don't treat them like open wallets.
b) Don't brook any rubbish behaviour.
c) Play a variety of games that I'm interested in or would be interested in. Not just because it means I stay interested but because I've also found a lot of good games to play this way.
I think I would prefer someone shaving their head in protest than the Western tendency to react by spamming vitriol, making death threats, doxxing, harassment and sending coloured cupcakes. Wait, that last one isn't bad, we can have more of that.
Maybe it's about the card game? They go around saying "You're such a card" and your armour suit determines how powerful you are in the group?
What a silly question. Everyone's going to obviously want the N-Gage to return.
Seriously though, as novel as the mini consoles are I'd rather just have the games available on modern consoles and PC.
There seems to be some kind of horror focus this month. I wonder why?
They're all wrong, he did a Yoga Flame.
There's always at least one donation every marathon that reminds people that the animals taught Samus stuff and should be saved.