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i bet someone could make a mod for that. also could probably mod them to sing the sir robin song……… imagine….

THIS IS ALL I WANT

(That and for the bard I have on retainer at my house to know the dragonborn song. There are only three songs and you don’t know the most important one, I pay you to do ONE THING >:(((( )

I’d just like to note that it was a HUGE oversight in Skyrim that the travelling bards you meet on the road don’t walk with you if you ask them to sing.

Just imagine a majestic choir of bards trailing after you singing the dragonborn song as you enter a town COME ON :(((((

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I was so exhausted all week that any and all creative writing felt like a huge slog. But today I remembered that when I feel that way, it’s often a good time to switch to programming for a while. So I did and I got a lot of important stuff done!

  • Shrine events done and tested. You can pay a bit of money and spend time at the Shrine to get a guaranteed affection boost with someone, or pray to get a random smaller boost of affection or status parameter. This will give you hints about how well you’re doing with the guys too!
  • Added Kou and Daisuke to all the romance functions so the game recognizes them as being romanceable
  • Completed the inventory work so the game now saves and loads items. Still need to create a submenu to display them, but almost there!

I wasn’t planning on getting any of that done until sometime in November, so feeling pretty good about that. The list of stuff I need to finish is quickly shrinking, so still on track for early Jan ‘15 release date.

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countdown to season 12 finale: one gif per episode → s12e2

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gamer-gate-saga:

I literally can’t believe the massive diarrhea explosion that is #GamerGate. A misogynist personal attack against a game dev gets railroaded into a “discussion” about “journalistic integrity” in the gaming industry. I mean, there’s no code of fucking conduct for writing reviews of things. If you’re going to read reviews of things and blindly throw money at what a website tells you to, is that not your own fault for refusing to do any critical thinking? Consumer advocacy is one thing but this blind refusal to admit where this whole situation came from is just flummoxing. 

It’s not Kotaku’s job to hold your hand and powder your ass while you wait in line at fucking Gamestop and reviews of anything cannot, by definition, be objective. They’re tiny essays about what a person thought of a thing. How much they liked or didn’t like the thing. If a game dev pays for a review of a fucking fifteen dollar indie game on Steam and then you read the positive review and then you paid the fifteen dollars and then you didn’t like the thing, how is that different from reading a genuine review of a person who liked a thing you didn’t like? Stop pretending that’s a problem and that GG isn’t a turd flower that blossomed from the ass garden of a cry-baby with hurt feelings. 

If Zoe Quinn had been the journalist and Nathan Grayson the game dev, who do you think would have gotten the death threats and doxxes and publicity? Stop pretending this isn’t misogyny…

A misogynist personal attack against a game dev gets railroaded into a “discussion” about “journalistic integrity” in the gaming industry.

Well gamergate is about journalistic integrity in the gaming industry. Yes, Zoe was the catalyst that brought it to light, but we have long moved past her. 

I mean, there’s no code of fucking conduct for writing reviews of things.

Yes, there actually is. I suggest looking up what journalists actually are. If they were just bloggers, then sure, but most of these writers have degrees in this field. They have(well are supposed to) have ethics.

 If you’re going to read reviews of things and blindly throw money at what a website tells you to, is that not your own fault for refusing to do any critical thinking? 

I also suggest looking up what reviewers do and why people look at them for guidance. For example, let’s say I don’t have too much money to by games. Like I’m really selective on what I spend my money on. I can log on to Kotaku and get the gist of what the game I may be interested in is about.

It’s not Kotaku’s job to hold your hand and powder your ass while you wait in line at fucking Gamestop and reviews of anything cannot, by definition, be objective. They’re tiny essays about what a person thought of a thing.

It literally is Kotaku and these others website’s job to tell us about these games. These journalists have the power to talk to these devs and give us the inside info on games that we as normal people can not get to. It is also quite possible to not be bias and objective when reviewing games.  All you have to do is give the facts. Now if you are going to be objective, you should not lie to your viewers just to satisfy your objective. That is lying to your audience who trust you.

 If a game dev pays for a review of a fucking fifteen dollar indie game on Steam and then you read the positive review and then you paid the fifteen dollars and then you didn’t like the thing, how is that different from reading a genuine review of a person who liked a thing you didn’t like? 

That is nowhere near the same. If a game dev is paying for good reviewers that is lying to your audience who are pretty much trusting you with their money and time. 

 Stop pretending that’s a problem and that GG isn’t a turd flower that blossomed from the ass garden of a cry-baby with hurt feelings. 

Don’t know where you are getting that from. The only people who are crying with hurt feelings seems to be the opposite side who have been attacking GGs with ddos attacks and death threats. 

If Zoe Quinn had been the journalist and Nathan Grayson the game dev, who do you think would have gotten the death threats and doxxes and publicity? Stop pretending this isn’t misogyny…

OH BABY! Wanna know what’s funny about that? THERE WAS AN ARTICLE JUST LIKE THAT. Kotaku and other gaming news sites attacked the man who had an affrair! In fact in their own gamejourno list, one person asked “Why did we not report on this when we report on other similar things?”

GGs are tired of the lies and the bias. We want the truth. 

GamerGate has become a bizarre grass roots movement about journalism and integrity, yes, but GGers continue to ignore the actual birth of gamergate and the fact that some fucks on a 4chan board decided to grab onto this Gjoni rant and use it to ruin Zoe Quinn’s life because…she fucked some dudes.  Eron Gjoni never stated, in his initial post that he thought she was sleeping with people to benefit her work. He was just sharing his personal feelings about their private relationship because he was hurt. That is a thing humans do. The initiators of your movement carefully planned out sockpuppet accounts to argue against the use of misogynist language as fuel to keep the whole motherfucker rolling, they planned to accuse Quinn of abuse and rape thinking the feminist community would turn on her, there are receipts about this. Gjoni then amended his argument against Quinn to include these types of accusations. There are receipts about this as well.

GG focused on Nathan Greyson’s relationship with Quinn despite the fact that his article regarding Quinn was NOT a review of Depression Quest and he in fact NEVER reviewed DQ. That part of their whole plan was based on a “fact” that they never even bothered to verify (because it’s unverifiable because it never happened). This jumped to requests for her personal contact info and her IP. 

This was all CONSCIOUSLY DESIGNED to allow people to attack industry professionals who are women. There was also the IRC chat log released from the burgersandfries raid chat where the attacks against Quinn were planned and celebrated. Where users admitted they "could care less about vidya [they] just want to see Zoe get her comeuppance" (raider nullspace, found via the linked post and then confirmed against the chat logs). They explicitly talk about how they like the personal attacks against Zoe but it won’t gain any ground if they can’t expand the field and find other targets. That’s when they decide to turn the conversation toward journalism (of course the raid chat doesn’t really talk about game journalism or even video games that much, they just talk about how much they hope Quinn commits suicide and whether or not they would fuck her. 

SO. That’s how GG started. Those are the people who started your movement. That’s awful. And part of the reason I included all that information is not just because I hope that you will reblog this again and then that will be on YOUR blog, with the actual basis of your own movement there for people to see. Also I want to know how you feel about the fact that GGers (and don’t pretend they weren’t associated with the movement, because ALL OF THE ABOVE) swamped Depression Quests reviews so hard on Metacritic that Steam had to temporarily disable the review section.

If this was about blogs and websites posting lies about video games or false information, that would be one thing, but you’re talking about reviews. Reviews of things are inherently biased because they are about what an individual thinks of the thing (in this case the game) they’re reviewing. If a black person is reviewing Bioshock Infinite, they’re likely going to have some feelings about the fictional culture the game is presenting. If a woman is reviewing Tomb Raider, she’s likely going to have some feelings about the history of Lara Croft and her representation in the game. Maybe a really boring person is talking about Saints Row IV and they have feelings about becoming president by landing in the chair in the oval office after jumping out of a plane or whatever. Or maybe they won’t! Maybe they’re individuals with their own thoughts and feelings about the media they consume and the world in which we all live! Maybe if you’re reading something written by a human person you need to remember that they are not you or anybody else and they might not think the same thing you end up thinking!  

Buying a review, as a game dev, is a shitty thing to do. Selling a review to a game dev, also shitty I guess. I mean, it’s not great. Maybe don’t do that. My point is that there’s no FUNCTIONAL difference between a reviewer liking a game you end up disliking and a reviewer in a paid review liking a game you end up disliking. 

Oh yeah and I just found out! The review that never happened about the game made by a dev who slept with a journalist? That game, Depression Quest, is a free game. That game does not cost any money. You do not need to pay money to play the game that GamerGate claimed had gotten a positive review based on the dev sleeping with a reviewer (who never reviewed the game).

If you are really concerned about consumer advocacy regarding video games and video game journalism and corruption thereof, you should distance yourself from the name GamerGate because it’s a travesty and an embarrassment. 


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gehirnkaefer:

done, I’m off to….take a bath….in a tub full of my tears

!!!!!

I don’t know anything about Persona, but I’m assuming the guy there is thinking, “You take off your clothes before you get into the tub. How could I have gotten this so wrong?”

spookyghostdrainage:

strangestquiet:

gehirnkaefer:

done, I’m off to….take a bath….in a tub full of my tears

!!!!!

I don’t know anything about Persona, but I’m assuming the guy there is thinking, “You take off your clothes before you get into the tub. How could I have gotten this so wrong?”