FoolishChaos's forum posts

#1 Posted by FoolishChaos (429 posts) -

John motherfuckin drake

#2 Posted by FoolishChaos (429 posts) -

Thanks for doing this. I've never used Mixlr, do you have to constantly queue up stuff? Or can you basically just set up a playlist once for all 400 casts and just let it run on loop?

#3 Posted by FoolishChaos (429 posts) -

You would think apple might want to intervene in cases such as this. If some of the best designers on your platform are considering leaving the platform, you should probably do something

#4 Posted by FoolishChaos (429 posts) -

I feel like this feature has two prime requirements for an eligible game:
1. It must have a degree of mastery, so that the viewers can see the arc over time.

2. It needs to have a fairly compact "loop". A good run of spelunky takes around 20 minutes. Issac can take an hour. Both are within the general hour stream time.

So, while Dwarf Fortress has a ridiculous amount of mastery, the loop is wayyyy longer. It would be like watching someone play Civ5.

I like the idea of XCOM Ironman Impossible. Not only is there shit to learn and each mission is perfectly doable in the time allotted, but it is also a really fun game to watch.

But, yeah it comes down to what Patrick wants to play.

#5 Posted by FoolishChaos (429 posts) -

"Boys, its time to panic"

"Looks like I brought my gun to a knife fight"

"I didn't see you there"

#6 Edited by FoolishChaos (429 posts) -

So I originally listened to the performance, without the video.

Watching it happen was a whole nother level

That guy got into that shit

#7 Posted by FoolishChaos (429 posts) -

1. Spelunkin' with Scoops 01/30/2014

2. Breaking Brad Demon's Souls Part 1

3. Quicklook Nidhogg

#8 Edited by FoolishChaos (429 posts) -

@alexandersheen said:

@foolishchaos said:
Also, titans only being killable by slicing off a piece of their neck is pretty dumb. Even dumber that they don't reveal that for several episodes.

It seems dumb to you because you haven't figured out the reason for it.

It feels like the writers had this concept, a world where humans were no longer at the top, replaced by these unintelligent giants. Then they had to decide how to make this feasible.

In their deliberations they decided that it was unfeasible that an intelligent race with access to gunpowder would be so utterly powerless, a theme they very much wanted to explore, against an unintelligent race. So they had to figure out how to technically make them killable, but it can't be too easy because they really want it to seem hopeless. A bonus if the method involved extreme heroics. And so, cutting out a piece of neck from the back.

I'm sure they will explain it, as well as the construction of this ridiculously huge fuck-off wall. But it will be hard for me to not just see them as contrivances.

Still I will probably keep watching and report back if it changes my mind.

#9 Edited by FoolishChaos (429 posts) -

The only long form anime/manga/thing I've enjoyed since I was 10 and reading Shonen Jump is Berserk.

AoT seemed to have similar grim sensibilities and grotesque, frightening enemies so I decided to give it a shot. I've finished 6 episodes and man... this is an anime.

I just can't get over some of the things that seemed to have utterly ingrained itself with in most anime. Just, main character yelling ridiculously whenever he gets upset about his goals, several times each episode. Stuff like that. I'm sure you guys know what I'm talking about.

Also, titans only being killable by slicing off a piece of their neck is pretty dumb. Even dumber that they don't reveal that for several episodes.

#10 Edited by FoolishChaos (429 posts) -

Unless they were let go for bad reasons, why does a short stay at a previous job have to be a bad thing?

I appreciate your viewpoint, though it scares the shit out of me.