@simblu(source) - While I appreciate it and certainly ain’t gonna stop people from doing this, I’ve resigned myself to a) this site is a monumental turd and will always be a turd, and b) I ultimately post things for myself, thus if I lost all of my followers tomorrow I would still post. This is my outlet to play with my pixel people, bad or good. Totally not knocking likes, reblogs, comments - it’s all wonderful and good and I love to see people loving my stuff, but I refuse to get disheartened because Tumblr decides to cut out a bunch of my views.
I just finished Her Story, which was interesting enough, I unlocked 75% of the game all by myself using ~logic~ so that was nice. But looking up background info, there’s a interview where the game developer complains about the “rigidity” of Ace Attorney (and also about some other investigative game)and says that’s why he made this game.
Which I find hilarious because yeah, some of Ace Attorney is less about actual deduction and more about bullshit guesswork and doing exactly what the game wants you to do, but so was this game despite centering around a fairly simple mechanic?
The idea is you unlock video clips by searching terms. But in order to unlock all the clips you have to either leave it up to random chance, cheat or use a guide. like, there are clips where the search terms require quotation marks for NO REASON. NONE of the other clips require quotations marks around the search term.There is no reason these clips should be different. The fact you have to use quotation marks to find these six clips and six clips alone is bullshit of the highest order,and I’d say actually more bullshit than any arbitrary rigid game mechanic rule Ace Attorney has ever pulled out of its ass. So I wouldn’t throw stones, dude, just sayin’.