I'll try to explain without spoilers: the idea is that there are similarities on people and stars regarding death.
When a star becomes a supernova it's so bright that outshines other stars.
When a person dies, their loved ones are deeply affected.
The more options you leave for players, the more options players will have to get the exact experience that's best for them.
Now, I'm not an expert but if you plan to go for different controls (Mouse, Keyboard, Xbox Controller...), at the very least you should be ready to act when bugs related...
Lol. Not referring to politicians, but more to certain IRL hypocrites who forced me into doing something I refused to do while conveniently supporting the opposite as projection.
Actions. Not words.
I know I'm repeating these three words, but it will help you remember.
In my entire life I've met good people and not a single one bragged about their good deeds. And I've met so many bad people and all of them bragged about their allegedly good deeds for attention and not a single one was a good person.
The reason I say "actions are louder than words" so often is because it's a good filter to tell who are good people and who are bad people.
Example: If in an office someone is ridiculing you for months suddenly tells in an official dinner how good you are, would you believe him/her?
Time: duration regarded as belonging to the present life as distinct from the life to come or from eternity; finite duration.
Me against Time now. No second chances. No distractions. All or nothing. Whoever wins is the best fighter.
To clarify: yes. Only one work of any medium. Not one work of every medium. :stickytongue:
I've seen interesting responses in this thread with some of good games among them (like Undertale), and I would like to use the opportunity to answer the question on this thread that's been in my head...