I think my laziness is actually not laziness at all. I notice I take a break every time I'm not completely sure how to proceed. Then, when everything clicks in my head, I get a boost and start working.
Is it possible to deduce the values of a person based on the video games he mostly enjoys? If someone is going all out to defend violent video games and at the same time openly despising people who enjoy games such as Mario, does it tell something about the person? Are console and video game wars really about games? Are people parallelizing their views of life with video games? Considering how serious people sound when arguing about these things at times, could there be some truth in this.
I hope people are not basing their expectations towards "Labyronia Elements" on the older games I've released. They've received mostly mixed reviews, and had I been more experienced at the time, I would've probably given them a couple of months more development time. The earlier games weren't even supposed to be commercial originally. Of course and despite some of these problems, I'm mostly satisfied how they ended up, but... oh well. At least they provide background for my main project!
If the new RPG Maker's character generator produces full busts and can match the art styles of previous RPG Makers, that might be a big incentive to buy it. An easier way to craft custom map tile sheets though would probably be an even bigger game changer.