I finally know what the phrase is for Clementine in The Walking Dead game! "Dead Dog Writing". Everyone gets sad when the dog dies. As an author, your job is to make people feel something without the dog dying/kid getting cancer/etcetera.
Battlefield 2042 Beta: Return of the overpowered vehicles, underpowered anti-vehicle weapons, crap accuracy weapons with massive spread, and removal of classes so nobody drops healthkits, picks anyone up, or drops ammo for anyone! Nobody even repairs vehicles! Hard pass on crap game.
Humans have such a capacity to assign personalities and love to objects. We do this because we love them. It's interesting then that our fears over AI are that they won't love us back and will instead hate us.
When given the chance, I always seem to opt to play the "nightmarish horror" race. If I can, I play the Flood... the Zerg... Necromorphs... Aliens... If I knew anything about Warhammer, I'd play Tyranids too.
Games don't get good 20+ hours in. That's just Stockholm Syndrome setting in. You got used to a bad game in order to justify your purchase of it and to continue playing it. Don't sympathize with bad devs.
Cats are magical. There's just something special about when you pet them and they purr super loud and act as if every single stroke of your hand is the most pleasure they've ever experienced in the world.
We are now in the era of humanity where, "I don't want to have a detailed explanation of an opinion and possibly tolerate that I might be wrong" is a valid excuse for criticizing things. IE: "Length is bad!".
The anime characters we saw 20 years ago,
still have the same age when we see them now.
Somehow it's strange but also beautiful.
It's like no matter how much we change,
there's certain part of ourselves we can reconnect to when we see them again.
Lots of not good things happening IRL but I'm not gonna let this day end like this. Quote time:
"Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts." -Winston Churchill
So, keep going, lads. Whatever you do keep going. Until next time.