We reviewed a game that, while ultimately a little disappointing and overcomplicated, was propped up on the internet as a huge otherkin fetish game. Was it really? Did the people who made it think so? How much attention do designers need to pay attention to the internet when making their new games? Let’s talk about it, shall we?
Thank you for bringing up the exalted 3rd abyssal controversy. The Exalted devs seem to be just doing their best to pretend that the whole event never happened, including that whole promise of an apology, so it’s nice to see that *someone* still remembers that undelivered apology.
It was such a weird hill for them to decide they were going to fight on. I can’t imagine the process where by someone tells you “Hey man, just saying, that seems super rapey” and then you double down on it.
It’s apparently real difficult for some people to say, “I see your point. Sorry it was gross.”
Maybe they believe in a silent majority of their fan base that only buys the material for its edge content, and they’re super afraid of scaring away the creeper demographic.
Quetzalcoatlus was not a dinosaur!
Pterosaur, fine. In the interest of exacting answers I will change my favorite dinosaur to the Therizinosaurus.
“Greenskins” totally requires Grassy Gnolls.
I’ll see myself out . . .
My only regret is that I didn’t make that joke during the podcast.
The Haven rogue-lite shold totally be built on Nuclear Throne’s engine.
I am so glad you guys put as much effort as you do in the introductions.