So apparently there is an outcry over a mod that changes a dateable character's race in Stardew Valley. Note: An OPTIONAL user made MOD for a SINGLE PLAYER game.
" But there’s also been debate brewing around a certain form of character alteration: ethnicity/background. It began shortly after Stardew Valley launched, with one player releasing a mod that made Maru, a young woman with a black father and white mother, look whiter. They ultimately took down the mod after a storm of backlash, and then backlash to said backlash. (Other players have since posted their own takes on that mod, however.) The gist was that many people didn’t get why somebody would want to turn the game’s only non-white marriage option white. At the same time, though, other players were confused as to why making Maru lighter was a problem, but modding Alex, the lone jock in a town of gentle green thumbs, to be more Hispanic-looking wasn’t. "
Ah, the gaming community. The only place where a game failing is more desirable then a game succeeding.
The Division proves this once again. Any site that gives it a good score is payed off and any site that gives it a bad score is still rating it to high (it is only honest and truthful if it is below a five of course).
How about instead of going after a game you don't like, only focus on what you enjoy instead?
Makes a person happier, less stressed out and a more attractive person to be around overall.
I hate intellisense. At times, it makes me take twice as long to finish a post due to one issue because to it. Sometimes it bugs out and doesn't let me line break till I delete the thing the forum is trying to "fix". Other times it doesn't activate and I have to delete it and try again till it starts working (generally with @ not bringing up any user names at times). There are even times where it kicks in when I do not want it to.
I wish there was a way to do the code manually.
Intellisense is fine, but there is no way to correct any mistakes that intellisense makes and it doesn't offer the precision of doing it manually.
I always see a few people asking for C# in next engine and I always thought: Do I not know enough about that language to tell it will affect extensibility and customizability to the negative? Watching a video from SumRndmDde today I feel confirmed.