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Man, I forgot they somehow played Pair-a-sailing three times in the same Mario Party.

I know people like that Evangelion song, but I think it's only effective because it's such a normal song that they play over like, the end of the world. Played as the background music for anything else, it's just a bland pop song.

I don't know what you mean. What this video offered us was far darker than anything Anno has ever written.

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@alex: I feel like you aren't in danger of being associated with playing bad games. I also wouldn't ask you to subject yourself to something that would just bum you out. But I think Blight Club is a good idea. Even if it only updated once a year.

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#3  Edited By paugerot

Planescape Torment is probably my favorite RPG, but the reasons I love it is the world, the carachters, the premise and the writing in general. Tides of Numenera is set in a different world and Chris Avellone (who wrote the original game (and directed I believe)) is only doing some guest writing as part of a kicstarter goal as I understand it. I am not saying it`s going to be bad, it has a solid premise, but I am pretty caution considering that the ties to the original both on the developer and the fiction end are so thin. Still, I am excited to see how this turns out.

The dude who designed the Numenera universe--Monte Cook-- is the same dude who designed the Planescape universe, and there is a lot of aesthetic and thematic crossover between the two.