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Prodeus has received its initial funding goal and has also achieved some stretch goals! For anyone still interested in backing the project, there's less than a day to do so.


There are more ongoing investigations into Drumpf's and his enablers' crimes. The Mueller investigation was relatively narrow in scope, but what it found is still damaging. Drumpf can be voted out of office should impeachment fail.


So, some of the joke weapons in Enter the Gungeon are Lethal Joke weapons. Good. And yeesh, this game is more reference filled than Borderlands or Mercenary Kings.


The Indominus Rex seems like a Mary Sue of a murderous dinosaur. Also, the Gotham episode "Let Them Eat Pie" is the most disturbing TV episode I've seen in a long time.


Shitty thing about Pearson Education #14371: They demand simplification of complex nonsense but can't be bothered to show the steps for said simplification. Those fuckers can't go bankrupt soon enough.


Well, at least Gotham Penguin admits he prefers edgy stuff. However, the new Scarecrow doesn't have a fitting voice. His voice isn't really creepy, terrifying, scary, disturbing, or even unnerving.


So, one of the webcomics I follow might be developing Cerebus Syndrome. *sigh*


Well, Hungry Marie and Hatsukoi Zombie ended/got axed. They both had rather meh endings, but at least Hungry Marie wasn't drastically prolonged through utter nonsense.


Yeesh, Fire Emblem Heroes has far too many sword heroes.


The guys that made Ashes of the Singularity are now working on a tower defense game!


Ever get into a vertical rolling scissors before?


Do mutant human clones bred as bio-weapons have souls? Context: Playing Killing Floor 2


Even a succubus would wear factory damaged jeans? *sigh*


More Black Hole-chan fan art! Check the comments.


The You vs Wild episode "Myth of the Abandoned Mine" has both fluffy sheep and Bear Grylls blowing stuff up. It's a pretty neat interactive series.


I was not expecting an indie space game like Arc Savior to through the player into multiple furballs (large dogfights between multiple fighter groups) in a single level. Exciting, but dang.


Millions of dollars of fines for causing so much misery is a slap on the wrist for Perdue. The people at the top responsible for this crisis belong in prison.


Currently watching Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell. The main character made a comment about a DARPA project involving cyborg insects, which appears to be real. I thought that was just random nonsense.


More Black Hole-chan fan art! That's a really nice background in panel 2.


So, it seems like Enter the Gungeon has a lot of joke weapons. 2 t-shirt guns and a literal peashooter are part of what I've found so far. I'm hoping miniguns and laser rifles will appear.


So, the main characters in Pacific Rim did decide on using a bomb to fight the kaiju. Good. I like it when movie characters take the sensible option. That wall was a really stupid idea. Great movie.


Valfaris now has a Steam demo! Also, the game has changed a bit since the version shown in the video.


So, even a harem comedy anime has Drumpf's campaign slogan show up? Ugh, gross. Bernie Sanders take the wheel.


Watched all of Hellsing classic. It was pretty good, though I can see why most people prefer Ultimate. The ending and the middle were...weird.


About Electric Reaperone of us since 10:55 AM on 08.12.2013

I am a gamer who prefers games that are more about action than story; especially shooters, action RPG's and hack-and-slashers. I often don't care that much about a video game's story, and instead focus on the weapons instead: how they sound, how they fire/attack, how they look, how they function, and how the more unusual weapons may work. Sometimes a game may be great in just about every category, but I might just ignore it for using boring conventional guns that I've shot a million times.

I am into sci-fi, supernatural, and mecha anime/TV shows/movies/games. I don't care that much about photorealism, unless it drags the gameplay down.

Over the years, I have seen a lot of stupid/unwanted things in the video game industry. Online passes for multiplayer, on-disc downloadable content, day one DLC in Mass Effect 3, pre-order bonuses for Brink, multiple versions of Evolve, collector's edition for the first Watch Dogs game, microtransactions in Dead Space 3, and more. I have also seen things that get in the way of the customer accessing the game they legally bought. SecuROM in Crysis, Games For Windows Live in Red Faction Guerilla (removed over a year ago) SecuROM AND GFWL in Bioshock 2 (both removed years ago), always online DRM in Dead Space 2, Origin in Mass Effect 3, and Denuvo anti-tamper in Doom 4 (it might not get in the way of playing the game but I still have a deep-seated hatred for it). Why does the game industry keep doing this crap? Is ticking off your customers with these draconian measures really worth a week or a few months of zero piracy?