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The Cblog Fapcast Episode 9 - My hairy, downstairs Fapcast

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I am disturbed. I mean, seriously disturbed. Some thought it was a hilarious joke. Others thought it was a creepy cry for attention. Still others think it crossed the line. All you need to know is that Jonathan Holmes was the target and he himself felt the ramifications of being a public figure. Personally, I was disturbed. I can't sleep at night. When I close my eyes, I see strange, unidentifiable orifices. Orifices I dare not clarify into what they really are. That series is a spiral staircase into madness.

You should probably read it.

In this episode, Strider gets creeped out by My Enormous Downstairs Kitchen. No, really, that's his name. Fire Emblem Awakening releases this week, Shade talks the genius of Banjo-Kazooie's water levels and MORE HAIRY DOWNSTAIRS KITCHEN. Community questions also return, biznatches!

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This past week, Fire Emblem Awakening released. Sort of. There was a shipping bungle of epic proportions. GameStops wouldn't get it until the end of the week. More stores didn't get it on the promised day of Feb 4. Pre-orders were booked full and free copies for normal walk ins seemed doubtful. If you got Fire Emblem, how were you affected? And even if you didn't, how far would you go to get a game that is experiencing difficulties on its street date?

Cblogs in this episode!

*My Greasy Grief
*I gotta get something personal off my chest
*The value of a videogame
*A great loss
*Community chat: racism and stereotypes in games
*Sex: Let's talk about all the good things and the bad things that may be
*Sex: no-no-no-no-nononono
*The write Ztuff
*321Gocast: a retrospective
*I'm a grumpy old douchebag: a rant
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It feels like it's been a decade since we've seen the rise of the crowdfunded game. I'm always surprised when I remind myself that crowdfunding has been a thing long before the first crowdfunded video game, but nowadays a crowdfunded game seems like a dime a dozen.

Of course such a phrase is an incredible disservice to some of the great games that have come out thanks to websites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Games like FTL, Shovel Knight, and even Undertale are around thanks to crowdfunding; thanks to people gathering around and literally putting their money where their mouth is, a game they want gets funded and inevitably the greater landscape of gaming benefits from it. Most of the time the landscape gets to benefit from it anyways.

Don't worry though, this month's bloggers wanted prompt isn't an exploratory thesis on the effects of crowdfunding on video game development. We just want you to talk about your favorite games, as long as they were crowdfunded. This topic can be simultaneously broad and narrow, because you can talk about whatever game you want, however you want, as long as it was crowdfunded.
For me, FTL is the original crowdfunded game, and it was great. It was somehow minimalist and incredibly detailed at the same time, and it was all done because a man wanted to do it, but needed the money, and thousands of other people wanted to see where his idea would go. Shovel Knight to me feels like this natural evolution of the classic 8-bit gaming of yore without also throwing myself back to a time when gaming was honestly comparatively archaic. And everyone's talked to death about Undertale, so we all know where I'd go with that.

To participate in this month's bloggers wanted, just start a blog! Oh, and title it "Crowdfunded: [your blog title here]." I bet this month is going to be pretty diverse, since it's basically writing about your favorite crowdfunded game. So I hope to hear about some good games revisited or amazing games no one has heard about.

Remember: Persona 5 was not crowdfunded, but excuse me as I plow through it.

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