Have any of you played it? What'd you think?
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I can't seem to remember the name of a point-and-click horror game set in either space or just future earth. It came out within the last two years and had really cool pixel art. It looked like a really stressful, unique game, so I obviously found out about it from Patrick.
Other fuzzy memories of the game:
- I remember starvation being a plot point. You seem to be responsible for the well-being of survivors.
- The title might have been super artsy
- The art looked a lot like The Last Door
I typed in my credit card info and hit enter, but at the last second saw an incorrect security code.
I still however got the membership, and am concerned I just gypped you guys. I've been a fan since the beginning, so this is a rare case in which I would feel guilty for getting free shit.
@pandabear: I really hate it when people claim they know what the recently deceased would have wanted... but don't you think Ryan would have been pretty bummed if the bombcast finally missed a week?
That said, I have zero demands or expectations, because you're right, they should have their time to grieve. I can't imagine that being in the podcast room would be easy with such a large presence missing. I just want a vague idea of how they're doing, not for entertainment or comfort's sake. Purely out of concern.
For all I care it could be a 5 minute podcast. Just so we know what to expect for the near future.
These guys pushed me into studying journalism, for which I can never thank them enough. Ryan Davis helped me choose my major. He helped me choose my college. He helped change my life, and give me direction when I needed it most. I imagine he's had that influence on many others besides me, and he'll never know.
That's the worst part.
I was just watching the Harmonix tribute and was reminded of their Rock Band nights in which the bomb squad would act as judges. Then I realized, I was never able to find them when I first heard of them.
Are they archived somewhere or were they private events?