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Our new Indie Games subforum is now open for business in G&T. Go and check it out, you might land a code for a free game. If you're developing an indie game and want to post about it, follow these directions. If you don't, he'll break your legs! Hahaha! Seriously though.
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  • Re: [Marvel MCU] new trailers designed to tear the OP apart, from the inside

    shryke wrote: »
    I would suggest it's worth waiting till we see the movie to judge this kind of thing.

    We can praise or shit all over the portrayal then.

    Psh, whatevs.

    I have already determined that Avengers 2-4 will be shit, but Doctor Strange and Captain Marvel will be aces.

    Guardians of the Galaxy 2 is mostly fine, but. .. wait. .. yes, I have it on good authority that the plot twist in act three that has not yet been technically written is total crap.
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  • Re: [Arrow] Team Arrow Appreciation Thread

    Preacher wrote: »
    Eh she's crying more and being a wet blanket on literally every decision. "Why are we doing this? Why can't we just not do this?" It bugs.

    When those decisions are suicide by Ra's I'm giving her a pass.

    Felicity: "Dude, don't go fight Ra's. Something bad is likely to happen."

    Ollie: *literally dies*

    Audience: "GOD FELICITY WHY ARE YOU SUCH A FUCKING NEGATIVE NANCY ALL THE TIME."
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  • Re: [Agents of SHIELD] Age of Inhumans

    Things I Think Would Be Cool:

    If they wanted to convey that NuSHIELD is justified in their suspicion, it would be fun to have one regular episode of Coulson's team being traditionally good and awesome, then have the next episode replay those events from the POV of Bobbi and have everything they do look super shady.
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  • Re: [Movies]: What's in the frame and what's out

    Man, if you want to get technical, St. Elsewhere pioneered the shared universe three decades ago.
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  • Re: [Movies]: What's in the frame and what's out

    Echo wrote: »
    I don't get that. Marvel has a good reason to call it a common universe. Iron Man is distinctly different from Thor or any other Avenger.

    Transformers really really doesn't. Another movie "set in the common Transformers universe" is still just a Transformers movie.

    Yeah, I don't even get how their idea makes sense. Not just "it is a bad idea" - it makes no goddamn sense.

    Superhero films are a genre, there used to be a bunch of them that existed in different universes, and the idea was to connect them in the same universe and make all of them part of the same story.

    There is not a "Transformers genre", there is just a small number of (shitty, shitty) Transformers movies that are already directly connected.

    Someone just heard the phrase "shared universe" and decided that's what all the cool kids are saying, we should have some of that, too.
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