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The Yetee is selling Fire Emblem: Three Houses designs for the next 12ish hours. Thought there might be some folks here that could be interested. I'll drop a link in the comments.


 
 
 
 

Build-A-Bear Workshop but for Furby's.

 
 

When I was a kid I saw a movie or show that had a scene where a guy was given the chance to save his family from being like, crushed by a boulder or something. But he kept failing over and over. I have no idea what show/movie it was. Any ideas?

 
 

Some of the puzzle ideas in Astral Chain could have used some more thought. Specifically the thought, "Let's not put this in the game."

 
 

Downloading River City Girls, not that I'll be able to play it for a while. Still working on Astral Chain, will follow that up with Control. After that, maybe River City Girls. Or maybe something else. Not sure yet.

 
 
 

Do you ever wonder if, while going through puberty, a young Clark Kent ever ejaculated a hole through the roof?

 
 

Well I just got photo mode in Astral Chain. May be the first game where I actually use it.

 
 

So Astral Chain is gorgeous.

 
 
 

At the start of the year I made a pledge to beat one game on every console I own and then I pretty much immediately forgot and the year is almost over and I have like 8 consoles to go and so now I'm trying to figure out what the shortest games I own are.

 
 
 
 

Also Builders 2's final update is out. Multiple save slots and epilogue are here! I'm actually going to be a mad man and hold out on the epilogue until I've basically 100%ed the game and finished my building on the Isle of Awakening. If I can.

 
 

If you could give one failed game/movie/book/whatever a new entry, not because you think it deserves one, but just to watch the internet implode at its existence, what would you choose?


 
 

I'd like a future Builders game to have a time travel mechanic so you can go back to the towns' halcyon days and see what they looked like before all the decay and destruction. Back when things were all shiny and neat.

 
 

Friendly reminder about this month's Band of Bloggers theme, The Company You Keep. Still plenty of time to write up a blog for it. Which is good news for me too. Pic unrelated.


 
 

Now that Sony owns Insomniac can they make them make Overstrike the game it was supposed to be?

 
 
 
 

Darth Vader Barbie is real.


 
 

I'm gravely concerned at how good Soulbow is at converting people to things.

 
 

Infinity Train reminds me of The Wizard of Oz/Alice in Wonderland. Basically a story of a young girl on a strange journey, accompanied by odd companions as she tries to find a way home. History says this format tends to work well.

 
 
 
 

Should we start a pool on how long it'll take before someone makes an irl Galar Weezing bong? You know it's coming. And it's coming soon.

 
 
 

If dragons were real, would you eat one?

 
 

About dephoenixone of us since 10:41 AM on 03.01.2016

Former Head of Destructoid's Unofficial Book Club, Former Head of the Unofficial Book of the Month Club, Wes's Unofficial Father, and Self-Appointed Supreme High Priest of #TeamSandwich.

Super Mario Bros. 3 was the very first game (I remember) playing. Since then I have been a big fan of the medium.

I'm an avid gamer and aspiring writer. RPGs and platformers are my bread and butter, but I'm also a fair action/adventure guy too. Really there are no genres I outright dislike, just individual games. Every game genre offers something different, and I've come to love the variety. I feel the same way with comics, movies, manga, etc. Not really hung up on "genres", I just like what I like, and I don't care what genre it is.

Recently I've been trying to "break out of my shell" by getting out of my comfort zone and trying things I normally would not. Because of this I have discovered lots of new games, books, manga, shows, and movies that I now love. I do my part now to try to help others expand their horizons and get out of their own familiar space and try new things.

Destructoid has been a big help in getting me to broaden my horizons, and interact with more people outside my familiar circle of friends and acquaintances. I've come to love this site, and look forward to sharing more with you knuckleheads.

#TeamSandwich

 
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