Flirting with the idea of picking this project back up, though somewhat disheartened that we're almost a year out with no major releases for Cyberpunk Red.
Honestly considering revisiting Shadowrun 5th Edition. Why 5th? Because 6th is a hot mess, 5th is fully supported with all the supplemental rules, and the original issues w/ the Matrix got some love in 2018.
@tek I actually tried some tablet weaving - it's one of those skills in SCA I figured even I could learn, but I didn't really have the patience. But it was fascinating how it works, and some people - they MUST be using magic when making them.
So many uses for those bands too. I hope you sell loads, they do look freaking awesome.
No matter what you think of Zombies, The Last of Us is some of the best storytelling this century and I can watch it over and over again even knowing that it's gonna go right for the feels.
I take great pleasure in watching videos of people on youtube playing it for the first time and breaking down in the first 17 minutes. 17 minutes and grown ass men are CRYING. And I'm there going YES, feel my pain as I did the same damn thing! That is storytelling!
I KOTOR 2 that wasn't a hot garbage fire in the second half of the game because it wasn't finished and just pushed out the door.
I love Obsidian but goddamn they cannot catch a break when being given time tables.
Also, there's never going to be a Jade Empire 2 or remaster and I will forever hold that against BioWare.
I got a mod on Steam, I think, a few years ago that was a bunch of restored content for KOTOR2 and I reaaaally enjoyed the playthrough. It wasn't perfect, by any means, but def made the game a bit better.
I will never forgive them for no Jade Empire 2, especially as it seemed they WERE working on one and then ditched it. It was probably my favorite Bioware game.
I was gonna donate too Wednesday when I got paid, but I'm glad that you got it together! :D I told you. We might talk mad shit to each other, but if one of us needs something, this community watches out for each other.
It's one of the reasons I stay. Ya'll're family.
Even if I don't really like some of you. Same as family.
I love when I make up bullshit about my character's background on the fly in a scene, and then someone expresses interest and asks follow-up questions, requiring me to act fast to research the topic at hand.
That's how I learned the origins of so many types of window panes. And how far you would need to fall to guarantee you break your legs if you land on your feet. And that the French phrase for "incredible boredom" is ennui inouï, and it sounds hilarious. (On-we een-we.)