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.
Update... no scam calls all day. I think they learned their lesson. And I'm working on a fake anti-piracy video, featuring a fan game I'm making in MV. If I had the permission to make the game a licensed game that I could sell (rather than having it totally free like fan games are required to be), I'd use a really cool anti-piracy screen...