Imagine Shinya whispering ‘daddy’ into Guren’s ear while he’s napping during a boring meeting. Guren would abruptly stand up, his face going an alarming shade of red. He would then start stuttering, struggling to form a coherent sentence.
While all of this is happening, Shinya would just smile like an ‘innocent’ sinnamon roll. Everyone else in the room would feel very uncomfortable and confused.
Headcanon: Shinya is very dirty minded… and loves dirty talk.
My biggest disappointment with Andromeda so far is the animations, but it appears I am not the only one. I have yet to delve into the story or characters (there really is only so much you can do with 10 hours of gameplay) but the combat has been hella fun, I forgot how much I enjoyed that aspect of previous games.
In particualr regard to the animations - I am complaining mainly because I expected better of a AAA game company, I expected it to be at least on par with previous games like Inquisition, and yes, it is immersion breaking when the whites of peoples eyes are so freakishly white you get distracted from the conversation.
People have reasons to be negative about aspects of what is one of their favourite franchises. If if turns into Bioware stanning when we know they can do better it really will be up there with the most obnoxious of New Vegas fans (yes I love NV but seeing friends harrassed and bullied by shitty anons because they dared to criticise it in public has made me very intolerant to such behaviour).
You can love something and still be critical of it, they are not mutually exclusive, it’s not ‘entitlement’ its not ‘hate’ its disappointment in something you know could have been done better. When I spend up to $90(AUD) on a new release game, I have every reason to give reasoned feedback when something doesn’t meet the standards of previous incarnations.
I saved this picture back in 2011 when I joined the Starkid fandom and I used to obsessively search google and tumblr blogs, desperate to know more about these crazy people. I completely forgot I had this until I watched Joey’s air guitar video released today by the Tin Can Brothers for hitting 28k on their kickstarter. It’s like a bell went off saying “hey you’ve seen this before” and despite having forgotten for years, now I feel weirdly satisfied that I finally know where it’s from!