by the way, i tend to put information in image descriptions that explains what's in the image in terms that may make it clearer than the image itself, if that makes sense
like if you look at the image and have questions, the description contains more info like, for instance, the name of the game it's a screenshot of, or why things in the image are significant
so if you don't already, check image descriptions if you wanna know more about the image! i try to make them helpful.
@dankwraith follow up: 100% of people who shit on "communism" literally do not even understand what it is
Did a projector-outside-movie hangout with some mates, and watched Labyrinth. The recent high-def remaster!
Now I dunno about you but I never saw Labyrinth on anything but a tape on a CRT, I never saw it in the cinema.
Guys there is glitter ALL OVER EVERYTHING in that film. SO MUCH GLITTER. I never saw it before 'cause those tiny points of light were hiding in the scanlines, but on high-def it's very obvious that the only thing not covered in glitter is David Bowie, which is weird
[reloads a gun quickly and efficiently, then proceeds to eject every bullet through the slide without firing any of them] Ah Fuck Not Again
In a nutshell, the game is "ah fuck, I dropped the magazine again"
Yeah, I'm gonna have dreams about Receiver. Played a bunch right before bed.
It's a neat game... The reload process is complicated and there's a certain humor to repeatedly dropping things, but once you get the hang of it you start to get this feeling of "wow I know how to do this without the cheat sheet open?"
This feeling of competence goes away once you drop everything the game will let you drop while something is trying to kill you.
There's also the whole "what part of the enemy you hit matters" thing, which is cool... until a shot ricochets off the chassis, or a drone keeps chasing you after you empty your whole clip into it.
Still really funny to shoot a turret's camera and just watch it spin in circles trying to figure out what's going on
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