This episode was animated by guest animator Masaaki Yuasa. It is not considered a canon episode. Synopsis: On a field trip to the Candy Kingdom Museum of Nat…
oh my god it’s beautiful
Frotting is fun for all.
all my games are hugely pirated, cant really say i care that much.. might care more if no one paid for them.. but enough fans buy the game and or will buy the game even if they pirated it when it goes on sale.. so meh.
its cool that people like my stuff enough to play it.. at this point it takes more effort to pirate a game than pay a few bucks for it on steam.
This is a fucking joke right? There is a clear list of games in the Pirate Bay Bundle and Binding of Issac isn’t even on it. This bundle is 101 freeware games. As in they are made free. There is no real piracy going on at all.
Okay. How do I start this off. This rant that I’m typing right now is about the whole “offended” drama that has washed through the game community. I’m sure there is literally thousands of other people to listen to on this, but I’m gonna type this anyway.
I think a lot of people who are okay with Owen Good’s opinion on offensiveness don’t really get the point as to why people are offended by it. Being truly offended isn’t really a choice. It’s a reaction and an emotional response. It’s something you feel. Now, it’s not without saying that you can choose to feel something. I’m aware of that. It’s just bad, in my opinion, to assume it’s the offended party’s fault for feeling that way.
Imagine you just left a funeral of someone you loved dearly. You’d most likely be sad right? I know I would. Now imagine someone just came up and said something awful about your dead loved one. You’d get offended. If you told them that you’re offended by that and they said that was your choice, how would you feel now?
So the problem here isn’t that someone “chooses” to be offended. It’s that someone chooses to be offensive. Now if you believe it’s the victim’s fault for feeling how they feel, you’re probably thinking “Why should I care if what I said offended them? I can say what ever I like.” And that’s true. In some places on this earth we have freedom of speech. You can say what ever your heart desires. Just because you can does not mean you should though.
It’s kind of like putting your hand into a roaring fire. Anyone has that choice to do it. It doesn’t mean they should.
If you disagree with what I’m saying here, please tell me. I’m perfectly okay with having a dialogue with anyone.