the phrase “curiosity killed the cat” is actually not the full phrase it actually is “curiosity killed the cat but satisfaction brought it back” so don’t let anyone tell you not to be a curious little baby okay go and be interested in the world uwu
There’s actually much more to this phrase, starting from “care will kill a cat” where “care” means "worry" or "sorrow".
I’m not going to claim to be an expert, however. See the Wikipedia article for full details on the phrase, and just how many different meanings it actually went through.
I think the people at Game Grumps must watch GCCX. Because in the coincidence of all coincidences, shortly after the Tom Sawyer episode gets translated, they release a 30 minute episode of them playing Tom Sawyer.
Also, apparently they switched the stages around for each version. In the Japanese version, he starts on the raft. In the English one? You start on the pirate ship.
Well, you know… There’s only a one-letter difference between Arino and Arin.
Hello! Happy new year! Unless you’re chinese in which case you’re stuck in the far future of 4711. Which sucks because important stuff with Fantabulous game is happening now and I’ll likely be dead by then!
After the Gigahiatus we’ve just had, I must sincerely apologize for being so silent. A…
I’m late to the party, but almost daily blue screens is almost certainly a hardware problem. Back up everything you have, get some new hardware as soon as you’re able to. And good luck with Le Fantabulous; we’re all waiting. And don’t worry too much about it losing its original charm, as long as you can give it a new kind of charm on the way. ;)
If you wanna know when we upload new videos or if the site’s down or whatever, you can get them through facebook now. I held out for nearly 4 years, but finally gave in. It’s just another way to get updates if facebook is more convenient for you.
This is a rant based both somewhat on frustration, and clarification of my taste in games, and what I’ve learned about myself working on Iconoclasts, and the motivation for this text stems from playing The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds.
It’s not very often I am interested in a game…
Have you thought about having story without cutscenes? So many cutscenes have amazing moments I’d much rather play than see, and it almost always seems wasted.