It can be rather intense but I personally didn't find it too bad. It goes more for the gory/shocking style of scary than the subtle, which to me is always more effective. But I would reccomend it. It's a good game.
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I used to joke about this, but now I don't know so much....
Ditching my type 1 diabetes
Is it that bad? My nephew was diagnosed with it not too long ago, age 5. Came out of nowhere.
Yeah. You can hardly eat anything without insulin injection. Certain foods, mostly fruits veggies and meats you can eat without too much worry but apart from that you need to know what you're eating and know how much to take. The fact that your nephew is 5 is going to make it that much harder because as we all know 5 year olds have the attention span of a peanut.
Also, when your blood sugar is high, which is a very easy thing to make happen, you need to go to the bathroom frequently and you're extremely tired. Your nephew is going to struggle with it.
Who the **** gives a aflying fucking shit about Red Dead 2 in a world where good games like Persona 5 Royal exist
I've thoroughly enjoyed Sagebrush, as well as David Syzmanski's works like The Moon Sliver and The Music Machine. IMSCARED, too, although that has a pretty big focus on puzzles and chases so IDK if that counts.
I couldn't possibly imagine being excited for a game that is advertised as being a "platform for content."
Yeah of course. I watch horror year round, but Halloween is as good an excuse as any.
Crunch is an amoral business practice, and supporting companies that practice it is bad.
Maybe I'm just nostalgic, but I find it holds up, with a huge asterisk. The camera is admittedly dog shit in certain spots (for instance, Tiny Huge Island), and the movement can feel almost too finnicky at times (I've fallen down many a slope just by putting my big toe on it) but the movement itself holds up so much more than it should. Controlling Mario is a blast even when the stage design can't quite live up to that. Still, enjoying my time with the game.
Crash Bandicoot is just bad. I haven't even played it, but looking at footage, it looks like the worst kind of old school platformer, where it's only challenging because its design and controls are fundamentally designed to frustrate. Not only that, but how in the hell can anyone enjoy levels that require you to dodge obstacles coming at you while the camera is facing behind you? That is bad design, even for its time.
That's actually Mario 64, not Crash Bandicoot. Crash was one of the best controlling games of the time.
You're quite the comedian.