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  1. Idk man. It's 2019 and there are some things people probably shouldn't say. Sometimes people go overboard, but sometimes it's justified too. I get what this guy is trying to do but it also comes across as pretty whiny to me. What is considered acceptable by society changes over time - it's just how things are.
  2. The arsonist said he did it because they 'stole his novel'. Shit is wild and messed up.
  3. Late to the game but finally got around to watching Inuyashiki. Shit was tight. Also Shield Hero was trash. What a disappointment. It's even worse than Slime was.
  4. Third party toys are where all the cool stuff is at.
  5. Pubg is still the most popular game BY FAR in many countries. Fortnite and other replacements are really only an American thing.
  6. Pffft no thx. Never going back to the old days. I'm happy to drown in good games.
  7. Nice. Planning to sink some time into that game as well - but right now I'm playing FFXIV... I expect it'll keep me busy for some time.
  8. DON'T MESS WITH ME That said I wouldn't be surprised if English is STILL the main language for the Witcher game. If I'm wrong I'll play it in Polish.
  9. Games are clearly designed with certain languages in mind. Metal Gear games are Japanese-made but the English dubbing is actually done first and is the priority. Mocap and character animation are all based around the English voiceover. Similarly, European-made games are made with a global audience in mind and English is the main language focus, with translation to other languages done after. As an example, Ghost Recon: Breakpoint is clearly made with English as the main audio language - French dub is going to be done afterwards. Mocap and main performance are going to be done in English first. Where a game is made doesn't necessarily determine the language that is the main focus of the developer. Hey if you want to listen to stuff in a language of your choice that's cool. I just like sticking with the 'intended' or 'main' language.
  10. Naw man you gotta play a game in the language it was made with! Plus it's a Japanese gangster game -- it's not the same without the yelling and rolling R sounds!
  11. No problem! Please keep us posted on how things go. I would love to see what you come up with!
  12. Yes it means you had adware on your computer. From what I can tell something called BrowserSafeGuard was installed on your computer and it prevents sites and services that use encrypted connections from working properly.
  13. In that case I wouldn't worry about getting feedback at this stage. A map is just a map. If it's for your own internal use then it can look like whatever you want. The important thing here is going to be the story. Have a strong outline for your story BEFORE you begin writing it, and don't get feedback until you've worked it out. Showing pieces bit by bit and getting/trying to follow feedback is just going to cause your work to meander and go all over the place. Get out a solid first draft without worrying about what people think and THEN show it around. Alternatively, you can do something serialized instead. Do it chapter by chapter, but still follow the same idea -- get a solid draft of each chapter done FIRST, then show it to other people. Doing a serialized story and publishing online a chapter at a time will be much easier than trying to spit out a full-length novel at once. Worst thing you can do is try to get all kinds of input when you're not totally sure how you want things to go yet.
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