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@sage I think you'd be interested in this, as am I. This gives you loads of dlc for the program RPG Maker which allows you too... Make RPG Games. It normally costs $40-$60 for it and sometimes $90 if I do recall, this is just for the product itself mind you, not including the DLC. I highly recommend buying this bundle.
I hope you have seen the blog post, and I am going to do a little give away too.
- The contest will run until 15 may 2014, 12:00 GMT. After that we (the moderators of gamehandout) will choose a winner who will receive 1 (ONE) key of Viscera Cleanup Detail, usable to redeem the game on Humble Bundle. He/she will receive this key by PM by me or Xyphien.
- Only one submission per user. They should be unique and clearly stated as submission. All other comments will be ignored.
- Please refrain yourself from using too much gore. A bit of sauce on the details is recommended, but exaggeration is an art not bestowed upon many.
- No moderators, writers or anyone who can alter posts in this community are allowed to be in the contest. They are however allowed to tell their favourites.
- Winner will be chosen by the uniqueness of their story, and contestants agree with the fact that their name and story will shown in this post and on the homepage.
What you need to do:
Tell us your worst cleanup you ever had to do, but try to keep it civil and between 100-500 words. Was it the dog who made a big mess of your living room, or was it a pillow fight that went wrong? We will base the winner on originality (pillow fight that ended up in a lot of feathers would win over a drunk friend puking), the aftermath (how much damage did you had to clean up), the frustration level you encountered when you had to clean everything up, and we give bonus points if you manage get a smile on our faces or show pictures of the mess.
My question is, who here has played the game, and what is your opinions on it?
I have never been truly scared in a game before, the closest to being scared was a few jumps in Fear 2. I have actually screamed playing Outlast, and was thoroughly scared at times. I am in love with the game so far, and I'm just trying to hear others opinion on it
So, it's a 24/7 Pokemon Blue stream in which people type "up," "down," "a," and other buttons into the chat. The chat messages turn into inputs for the game, allowing the Twitch audience to control the character, Red. It's been 4 days, and we have conquered 4 gyms.
This is the most intense stream that I have ever watched.
I personally have been unable to buy this (humble store doesn't accept paysafecard ;_ but would definitely recommend it! You could pay only $1 and get a steam key of Civ III, Civ IV, railroads, and more games! That's just insane
If you want to read more about it, here's the article that @Xyphien sent me. They go on about how Nintendo is looking for the right partner to work with, and suggests that Disney is it.
So, what do you think about this?
I read a bunch of the comments on the article, and a lot of people agree that Nintendo is finally changing their policy on their property because their consoles aren't selling as well as they have in the past. I am one of the people who think that.
I'm pretty interested to see what companies Nintendo decides to partner with, and what they produce as a result.
Download it before the end of the day, and it's yours.
Just a heads up.