The hardest part of buying music for your game is knowing what you're even buying. Usually you're only given a few samples, if any, so it's difficult to know if what you're purchasing will even be suitable for your type of game.
I started playing Xenoblade Chronicles X. Normally when I have to create my own character, I base her on the main character from one my RPGs I'm working on. Elma IS that character. She's got the same hair colour and style, same skin colour, and even a similar eye colour. They even got similar personalities and her voice is kind of like how I imaged her voice would be like.
I would say I subconsciously copied Elma except I made my character long before this game was even announced.
I can't seem to find the previous milestone goals on ******* pages anymore, only the next one. Am I blind or was that removed? I like being able to see if people are keeping up with what they said they were going to do after getting x money.
I've been wanting to make a game that's sorta like Harvest Moon without the farming aspect but a focus on dungeon crawls but it's kind of ambitious. If I do make it, I dunno if I should use my pre-existing characters to come up with totally new ones.
"The Great Wall is great. But, most people can only be the slaves who built it, leaving their bones underneath that wall. They spent their whole life to build that wall and the empire, an empire that enslaves them." I'm just going to turn it into a modern-day sad tale.
I don't know about you, but today the covid frustration is seriously getting to me. Haven't really seen many of my friends for two years, since i moved towns the year before this all started, and well, i miss them
so, here's a cute alpacaraptor sketch to heighten the mood: