What's the point in having categories if they're not used properly? Searching for strategy games on the PS4, and a bunch of non-strategy games are there. Why? It just makes it hard for customers to browse.
Remember, your antagonists don't always need to be relatable, be sympathetic or have tragic backstories. Sometimes, a monster is just a monster that does monstrous things, and that's what the story calls for.
I've noticed that more videos on YouTube have these segmented bookmark things in the videos themselves. It's nice being able to jump to parts of a video you want, and to have them all clearly labelled.
I don't like linear gear progression in games. I'd like to see more gear be useful from start to finish. This is also true for skills. I also like finding overpowered gear, and don't enjoy games that are too balanced.
So yesterday I got a follower (follow my NSFW art account) who dmed me and said to me :
if you continue to be friends with [name of the artists] which make me uncomfortable I will have to unfollow and I am like :
... do it?