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Juneberry

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  1. I have to say, the game I've been playing recently represents me pretty well. Harvest Moon: A Tale of Two Towns has to do with polar opposites (I'm borderline- I see the world that way most of the time). It involves living a quiet life, which I generally do... And to some people, these games are just awkward, also like me. I can probably think of other games that represent me too, though. This one just felt fitting the most right now.
  2. I think it depends a lot on the type of coding needed for the game you're trying to use, the system you're using to build it, and how you as a person learn to code. Coding and I don't get along very well, so it's taking me a long time to learn enough coding to create plugins or codes that go into games using the RPGMaker software I use.
  3. Sometimes, yes! I love the opening songs to the Rune Factory games and play them as I would other music. The rest of the OST is great too, but that's better for writing certain kinds of scenes.
  4. The first I can think of is Robopon...I doubt that's the actual first though. It's probably a Sonic game- I just can't remember which.
  5. What do you like on your pizza? And to answer your question... The Funimation dub of Shin-chan. Season 3, I forget which episode, but it's later in the season if I recall well.
  6. Sorry! I stole the title from an anime I like- in one episode of the English dub, they talk about a giant potato called 'king tot' so, since you're the king potato... Yeah nevermind. What's your favorite snack?
  7. If you ever feel like sharing, I'd be happy to see it. Also, I think it's amazing you've finished so many things! Finishing is the hardest part for me.
  8. Have you ever been called King Tot (y'know, for tater tots)?
  9. There are some of us who've never worked in an office before, so I'm guessing that's why that game was made? I agree though, some games are ridiculous. I tried a writing simulator on mobile once. It was...honestly I don't know what it was. It just wasn't as fun as I expected it to be as a writer. Probably because it focused more on the other parts of life besides writing, and made writing feel like a background project... Which it can be for many people, I admit, but... It just didn't entertain me like farm simulations and other games do. So I can kinda see why they wouldn't work for you if you have experience.
  10. I think for me, Rune Factory 2 really cut my interest in the original Rune Factory because it moved at a faster pace and made me realize how slow and tiresome I found the original, which I didn't notice until after I'd played the sequel. None of the other sequels have made 2 obsolete to me, and I'd like to try a full play through of the original again someday, but that day is a long day's away because I just couldn't handle how slow it was back then, and I'm not sure I can now either. That's just because I have a very small attention span, though.
  11. I'm a big fan of simulators myself. They let me quasi-experience things I myself would never experience in the real world, which I find super enjoyable. I want to experience all sorts of things, so for me, who is disabled and barely leaves her house, simulation games are a great method of pretending I have experience in life.
  12. Wow, that's a real toughie! I'm gonna have to say story. I may have times where I skip through cut-scenes when able, but I still consider the story the vitality of a game. If there's no story or interesting characters, I find the action kind of pointless. Then again, I mostly play RPGs and simulation games- but it might be because those are what I play that I think the story is so important. The actions of creating in a simulation game mean nothing if there's no at least basic plotline to help you understand why you're working on what you're working on.
  13. Currently, I get most of my games on Humble Bundle and Steam... But I also only have computer gaming available to me right now, along with mobile. As a note, I've seen Humble Bundle sell games for Switch as well as Steam.
  14. Thank you for giving me a reason to force my dad onto Steam. We're both gonna download it.
  15. Oooh, that's a tough one. I guess my question would be... what's the best way I can help the world be a better place. I know the answer will probably require me not being lazy, but I'd still like to know.
  16. Wait why am I on the list? 😮 *dumbfounded* It's an honor~
  17. I actually got into PC gaming when I was very young. My father and uncle would play Total Annihilation together, and little me would sit on her daddy's lap and help make choices and do things. I'm talking around 8-9 years old at the latest. After that, around age 10, I got into MMOs. After a reprise from PC gaming for the most part after getting hooked on other gaming consoles and such. I returned to PC gaming probably six or so years ago, playing online games with an ex. In recent years, I solely play games on PC, mostly because my 3DS broke clean in half and there's a huge mess in front of the TV so it's hard to try to get a game working at this stage. Plus my PC games are addictive. 😄
  18. The closest I've come to games that take LGBTQA+ into account is some of the marriage systems in the simulation games and RPGs I play. For example, from what I'm aware, you can marry a male or female no matter which you are in My Time at Portia. Harvest Moon came out with one in Japan ages ago that let you have a similar-to-marriage relationship with another girl while you're playing as a girl. And Littlewood, a game I currently play l like Portia, makes its hero gender neutral, so you can marry any of the characters without worry of your gender and their's. I love visual novels that feature such characters, but there aren't enough of them, so I should work on one.
  19. I played some Littlewood last night before bed, and am thinking of playing some now.
  20. I actually am a high school dropout- well, actually, I was expelled. I was absent more than six days a quarter because I get sick easily and have chronic conditions. I can't easily keep to a schedule/make an appointment because of this, so I haven't gotten my GED yet since my state refuses to make it legal to take online. It depends on the type of game. I find certain games, like Harvest Moon and related/similar titles relaxing when I'm anxious. I find games with some sort of fighting better for venting excess energy and anger. Every game type has an emotion it effects, I think- it just works differently for different people. 🙂
  21. I'm both excited and worried at the same time. I love the idea of virtual reality as a whole, but I do wonder how it might effect people's view of reality. Also, it depends on the technology itself as to whether it worries me or not. Current VR technology worries me because there's a lot of moving around that can cause harm to the person unaware of their actual surroundings... But, I'm not sure how to fix that issue. So I guess I'm more worried as a whole.
  22. It lets me get to live a life I don't normally get to. I'm disabled and lazy, so I could never actually run a farm, for example... But in simulation games, I can act like I can! 😄 They're just sort of more personal to me than RPGs- I can vicariously live through an RPG character's life to experience many things, but having it be my own sort of experience makes it special to me.
  23. I'm really into RPGs and Simulation games the most.
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