I've been itching to commission more art of my 'sona, and I suck at finding artists, so this is the next best thing! He's an exaggerated reflection of what I consider my worst traits - lonely, reckless, vain, as well as incredibly impish and lazy. He does have a big imagination and will do...
I recently subscribed to Shudder and it has a decent selection, but most seem to be campy horror flicks. There is a neat series called Cursed Films that covers the tragedies surrounding The Exorcist, The Omen, Poltergeist, The Crow, and The Twilight Zone movie. Check it out if you guys can. Some...
Hereditary is an absolute must if you're a fan of horror. It warrants multiple re-watches and it can be talked about for weeks.
My favorite horror movie has to be The Orphanage. It's a Spanish horror/drama film about... an orphanage. It does lean more into the drama but god, it's one of the...
I always liked sneaking into the horror aisle of a Hollywood Video whenever I wandered off from my parents, and The Ice Cream Man is one that always stuck with me. The blood and the eyeballs... it's just so gruesome.
I have recurring dreams of attending school again, either college or high school, and dreams of a flooded world where the water is up to the chest and murky. Sometimes it's a combination of the two.
My issue with my dreams is how convincing they are. There's never anything too out of the...
A vast majority of the art I make I never share with anyone. Not because it's lewd or bad or anything, I just started drawing art in general with the mindset that I was doing it for myself and myself alone.
I really can't think of any moment that tops my first time playing Monster Hunter Tri. I waited months and I was always reading the news and watching the trailers up until the game released. I was very excited yet knew nothing about the series going in.
First thing I did when I booted up the...
I totally agree.
The Deus Ex games come to mind. It forces you to manage your inventory and keep weapons based on your skills and preferred play style. If you're the stealthy type of player, keeping a rocket launcher or heavy rifle would be doing you a disservice. It makes sense in that franchise.
The "you can only carry two weapons" bit.
Not sure when or why this became a standard for a long time. Was it to make the games more "realistic"? Was it to force players to use more weapons throughout a campaign? Was it because of limited design space?
I was never a fan of it. I just know...
It's a recent game inspired by some '90s shooters and it's one of the prettiest games I've seen in a long time. It's also fun and violent, and has plenty of unique weapons, enemies, and worlds to keep the campaign fresh.