Sunday, November 29, 2015
Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Sunday, November 22, 2015
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
So yesterday morning I don't eat because I'm in a hurry, I come back home and BAM fridge is broken, but when did it happen? The light inside was still running, it was still making noise even though it was broken, so was I putting the milk in a non-cooling fridge already?
Made me wonder, sometimes we don't notice whether or not things are already broken.
P.S.:I went so deep, I can greet the molepeople.
Sunday, November 15, 2015
Edit: If this comic seems familiar, it's a spin on an old Simpsons joke, intentionally so.
Wednesday, November 11, 2015
I haven't seen much content on it and I'm debating whether i want to or not because I kinda wanna play it for myself but some of my favourite streamers and youtubers are playing it as well...well, we'll see.
Sunday, November 8, 2015
Also, I want confirmation on this, who does Patrick look like in panel 4? I wanna know whether or not I'm the only one who sees a certain character in his looks.
Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Afterbirth is a DLC for the HUGELY popular indiegame The Binding of Isaac and it's creator Edmund Mcmillen prided himself in the past on putting little eastereggs and secrets into the game that were impossibly hard to find, figuratively of course, there were always hints and nods, nudges and winks to make the audience find out eventually.
These secrets have built an immensely strong community that works together like a machine over the internet, which is always amazing to me as I'm still one of those guys who reads youtube comments.
So in afterbirth there was content missing for everyone, 120 items were advertised but only 74 were found this lead to a WILD goosechase and edmund is the kinda guy who fills his twitter with cryptic stuff just as the other guys on the dlc team did but now after a few days of people poking and proding it seems like stuff wasn't hidden it was just released later in a patch.
Reddit was and IS furious and in my opinion rightfully so but not for the right reasons in all cases, I have a problem with promissing one thing on the shopstore and then only later adding it, Early access is one thing but this is a full thing that people preordered and paid for.
The whole thing goes deeper than that of course, but I don't want to fill five pages with this, the reason I bring it up though is this, how much does a fan of content deserve? How much can a contentcreator choose what he creates after a while?
I sure as hell know my style of writing has changed because I want to appeal to more people(I am failing by the way, also tell everyone you know and love about this comic please!).
-sorry for the rant but it was one of my less emotiondriven ones so take it with a grain of sugar,D.