Please make a Rune Factory 4 community so we can upload screenshots of it to our Miiverse because it’s an awesome game. Or just allow screenshots from any game, because it’s approved, published software anyhow.
Snow White, the dwarves and I are giving you an intervention. You and Dopey. (Doc’s the enabler here.)
Also appreciate Rumpy’s Princess Bride reference (“Twoo wuv”).
"I would rather die than let your heart be filled with darkness." Now, now, that’s very codependent.
I sent Kyle a birthday card since I regrettably missed his birthday, and he sent me a letter back, thanking me for the “birthday” card! I didn’t know we could do that. That’s awesome.
It’s snowing in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Does that mean I don’t need to water my flowers?
I wonder how the Mads appear in outer space during the opening sequence of MST3K. It’s right on the line, “If you’re wondering how he eats and breathes and other science facts.”
They should let you build objects in Animal Crossing, and create hobbies that you actually play. Like the NES games, which I don’t expect them to ever bring back. Villagers could provide AI.
No Rune Factory 4 community on Miiverse? They must still be hammering out all the best details.
If you don’t respect the weather, you don’t deserve to live in New England.
I’ve been using the “Game Notes” features of my 3DS extensively. It allows me to keep track of things I wish to remember in Rune Factory 4, Animal Crossing New Leaf, Pokemon X and others.
I’ve spent all last week reading up on GURPS. I like how open-ended it is, but it’s really a lot of stuff to have to repeatedly look up every time you’d want to use it. It starts out simple enough, then gets bogged down in minutiae, and when it doesn’t, it remains far too vague and abstract. The mechanics should support what the players want to convey, but I’m not sure the mechanics should be too bogged down in the reverse. Obviously GURPS Lite isn’t enough, since it’s just an introductory to GURPS (and even it can be a little heavy here and there, especially in the maths department. These people are afraid of their calculators). Basically it’s not just myself at stake: I don’t want to bog down the potential players, either.
Are there any tabletop systems that are as open-ended as GURPS in genre, but far more tactical than Risus?