- May 1, 2020
- United States
Definitely one of your better episodes of late. Though, I am surprised you made no comment of Mr. Drippy's absurd accent.
There is such a thing as too much, by your logic a 6 hour movie would be the best movie of all time.xdiesp said:Why are we complaining that a game is long, isn't our purpose to be playing it? Or are you only satisfied when you get to the end of it, as to say the reward is not the game itself... And this thing about RPGs being repetitive: are you aware that you are criticizing fantasy games that take your through magical landscapes as being repetitive and shallow, but never aknowledge that modern FPSs are about shooting the same guy for years?
The Wikipedia page on kana [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kana], words like "majin" and "kanji", and the four years I spent in Japanese classes say otherwise.Brad Gardner said:
Take the classic tale of a princess imprisoned in a tower until a handsome prince comes by and rescues her.Lovely Mixture said:I feel it's an issue of balance.
Either it's all too soft and fancy or it's all too dark.
Berserk and Dark Souls do it right. Tolkien essentially did it right. Haven't tried Fire and Ice yet.
If you read further down when i was corrected the first time I already said I was wrong and appologized for spreading false info too quickly without rechecking my facts.Ima Lemming said:The Wikipedia page on kana [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kana], words like "majin" and "kanji", and the four years I spent in Japanese classes say otherwise.Brad Gardner said:
As for "gee-blee" or "jee-blee", it's "jee-blee". If you're wary of Studio Ghibli's Wikipedia page because anyone can edit it, pull up an image of their logo and cross-reference the Japanese name with a katakana table [http://www.learnjapanesefree.com/katakana.html]. If it was pronounced "gee-blee", it would be written with that character that looks like a cross with a second horizontal bar followed by a ", not the one that sort of looks like a tilted smiley face followed by a ". Okay, there's two characters that look like smiley faces, but I don't think anyone's going to argue it's pronounced "dzoo-blee"
From what I can tell it wasn't really any of their input so much, but it's possible they had some suggestions here and there.Lovely Mixture said:The game was developed by both of them I'm sure they had a hand in the story even if it wasn't the direct script, regardless, Yahtzee is just giving us his observations.