That is not a Child Clown Outlet-branded cage. Also, the child clown appears to have cried/licked off his makeup, which means he's defective and should be returned immediately for refurbishing.
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@scrumdidlyumptious: Ha, that was pretty good. I love that the game is well known enough to get an SNL mention in Korea.
And I agree, that's a major shame. I haven't played anything else by them, but they were ahead of their time with White Day. Imagine what they could have made in a post-Amnesia era.
I really hope something comes of that fan remake.
They're not psycho killers, they're just small business owners.
(high-five to anyone who gets that reference)
"The website Giant Bomb, known for having a wizard in their employ, takes a hard stance against anime and the jerks who watch it."
That's what that reads like to me. Really weird that they took that remark so literally.
Nightmare on Elm Street 3. "Welcome to prime time, bitch!" Freddy has never had a better one-liner than that. It was just perfect. Unfortunately, 3 also had some of the worst lines in the series ("I'm beautiful... and bad!", "I am the wizard master!", etc.).
The Crow, when The Cure plays. That was such a great montage.
Super has one of my favorite scenes of all time, mostly for how unexpected it is. Without spoiling it, the main character has this extremely impassioned line that really clashes with the dark comedy of the rest of the film (while still being funny, amazingly), and is all the more powerful for it. Seriously, that whole movie is amazing. If you don't mind really graphic violence, see it. Sad that it slipped under the radar due to Kick-Ass.
@hailinel: Ahh, I gotcha. I have the same problem, thanks to an otherwise decent laptop that harnesses the immense power of... err... a first-gen Intel HD. Good thing I don't mind 640x480 that much, or I'd be hopelessly behind on my gaming.
What sucks is that I have a perfectly competent Nvidia card just sitting here waiting to be inserted in a desktop I can't complete.
@hailinel: Oh hey, I forgot about this post! Haha. Y'know, I actually started playing this again not too long ago. And yeeep, it's still the best way for me to get a massive fear jolt when I'm jonesing for one (which is often... "horror junkie" is an incredibly apt phrase). I'll never not be terrified of the Lunch Lady ghost.
Are you sure you can't run it? It's just about playable on an abacus, really.
It took me a long time to "get" Dark Souls, and while I still think it's a notably difficult game in many ways, once I started viewing the deaths as part of the fun and progression instead of a punishment, it really clicked with me that it's just a game that rewards an entirely different playstyle to other games. Once I stopped trying to play it the way I do other games (get to the end and don't die) and started treating it as an obstacle course/devious puzzle game that just happens to have a story progression, only then did I start having fun.
It's definitely a hard game no matter how you slice it, and I'm terrible at it, but I agree that it's not the masocore king that people make it out to be. It's just a puzzle box that takes a long time (and a well-rounded but basic skillset from the action and RPG genres) to solve.