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I’ve only seen a little bit of gameplay of those from Markiplier, who, if I’m going to be honest, I watch half for gameplay and half for his reactions. That being said, I did note that as well. Doesn’t seem like a real FNAF game and that’s kind of sad. I wish the creator would try his hand at something different now instead of shelling out the same thing over and over again. I get the love of a money making tool, but at one point you have to have some creative dignity. At least that’s what I’d like to think.
I’d love to have a campaign in Pathfinder/D&D that lasted more than a few months. I think I had one go about six before people started getting bored or life started getting in the way. We all meet online using Fantasy Grounds which has helped (we’re all college buddies). I love it all though I’m not terribly good at it.
Other than that, during my lunch breaks at work my department usually plays a board game and we had a Dead of Winter campaign going for about a week straight. Considering our lunches usually run about an hour and a half to two hours that’s way too long to be dying from frostbite and zombie bites. 😛
I hear that. It’s terrifying, reminds me a lot of Silent Hill but a little more updated. Music is amazing too, which I’d never have expected from something that started as a mod. I’d recommend watching someone else play it. They experience the terror, you enjoy the narrative 🙂
I couldn’t agree more.
Cool! I’ll add you if I can find you.
Nothing wrong with revisiting oldies, but I’ve accumulated so many books from my days at Borders I’m honestly still catching up. That Robinson book sounds pretty cool though, I’ll have to give that some attention at my next book purchase.
Hmm, favorite authors is a good question. I suppose Tolkien is a must. Frank Herbert for the Dune books. I’m a big fan of Christopher Hitchens and Richard Dawkins though many folks don’t like them for many of their controversial stances on religion. Jane Austen in the classics realm as well as Emily Bronte (even though she only wrote Wuthering Heights it is one of my favorite books). Garth Ennis is a favorite comic book writer, as well as Tom King, Jason Aaron, Mark Millar and Frank Miller.
Favorite books is almost impossible for me to choose from, with the exception of having already admitted that Wuthering Heights being on that list.
I’m sorry. 🙁 I don’t have any pics that aren’t on my phone of our new pupper yet, but you can bet I’ll be sharing a gallery full when I get the time to upload them.
Got through Stranger Things in about two sittings, which is very unusual for me as I’m not really a watcher of anything.
Westworld’s first episode proved to be amazing.
Penny Dreadful is a quick watch and it’s now all on Netflix.
Supernatural, when I can, though it seems to be pretty damned endless right now.
Luke Cage and Jessica Jones
I did wrap up Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrel which was oddly delightful even though the book was a pretty painstaking effort to get through.
And Walking Dead, when the fancy strikes me which these days is almost never.
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😀 Sorry I didn’t even see this! But all of those games are totally viable as indie horror games, and free to boot!
I’m such a fangirl for all of those titles…except for Cry of Fear. It scares the bejeesus out of me lol.
Hmmm, probably a game called Barrel of Monkeys (redemption arcade title). Just one button press. All day long. Mind numbing.
BUT I get away with watching YouTube videos and listening to music/audiobooks/podcasts while I work, so in the end the only thing I can complain about is the pay.
Can I list Silent Hills even though it’s never going to happen?
If not, then I guess I have to go with:
1) The Last Guardian
2) Mass Effect Andromeda
3) Horizon: Zero Dawn
4) Gears of War 4 (even though I haven’t gotten my Xbox One yet)
5) Rise of the Tomb Raider