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    Even if it didn't take little time, I still think the good outweighs the bad. Not only is writing by hand quick, it also makes it easier to tune out distractions since you're not using your computer for it. Also, when you do actually get to typing, you get to add corrections on the fly, so you're on your second draft already!
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    Typing up the prologue actually went faster than expected!
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    And I'm sure you'll do a good job with the game! With any of your projects, really. Always remember this gif (it's seriously one of the most motivating things I've seen)

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    Well, I'm curious to see how it develops I also have an idea for a game, but I was thinking more of an adventure game/visual novel kind of thing. It's still in the very early stages, though, and I am just drowning in projects at this point

    Speaking of, posted the prologue to the fanfic thing yesterday. Will post the first actual part today once I type it out, since so far it's only hand-written
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    It does have something that is similar in a certain way, but I don't want to go into too much detail. It's more about how actions have consequences and how even though you think you're in control, at a certain point there is no going back. But as a concept, it sounds different enough to not be the same thing. You should play it at least just to be safe, though
  6. I have it on my Steam, waiting for me. Perhaps I'll do it next after Persona 5 and finishing up Half-Life.

    My idea that I think might be similar involves a game where the player constructs a silent protagonist to face off against an Evil God. You make all the choices for the character as usual, but after awhile, the character starts doing the opposite of your choices and eventually gains a sentient ego of it's own and rebels against the player. The central theme would be about free will and man's role in it's own creation.
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    Kind of, I guess? My advice would be that you play it. It's short and shouldn't take a lot of your time, and it's always good to take in a lot of the medium you want to create it
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    The drive isn't really something that comes easily, or even naturally, though. I kind of keep pushing it on myself because I know that if I don't, I'll just regret it later on in life. And I really do want to become a bitter old man

    Well, then, maybe you want to talk about your idea to get fired up about it? When you have a day off or something, you should make it a priority to work on it. Getting back into a project is the worst part, but once you get through that barrier, especially since you yourself said you do enjoy working on a project, should be smooth sailing!
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    Hmm... it feels to me that you are dealing with issues that you could use professional help dealing with, considering how frustrating the place you're in is and how much straight up bad stuff has been happening.

    As for writing versus the Internet, one can help the other, honestly. Pumpkin has been setting up writing deadlines for herself and me, for which we HAVE to send each other some writing. We also give each other feedback. So not only do you get a piece written, you also get immediate feeeback
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    Yep, that's pretty stupid.

    And I can relate. Of course, I have the luxury of being far away from my family and liking my job okay, but usually, I don't have the energy to do anything after work. Still, I do find actuallybrekying on video games, no matter how unwinding it may feel, does take away from the creative drive. I started drawing every day at exactly the same time I stopped playing after work. So maybe it might be a good idea to ease off the games for a bit? Like, play fewer of them at once, or on fewer days of the week?
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Fighting Evil by Moonlight...

by Wolf Kanno on 06-14-2016 at 08:21 AM
So tonight I finally broke out a Christmas present I received several years ago that I never watched. Partly because for the first time in a long time, I felt ready for it. I acquired a DVD set that featured the entire DiC dub of the first two seasons of Sailor Moon, so basically the original dub, not the new one. Original Western score, Sailor Says, and the whole "Serena and Darien" name changes.

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Defining Gaming as Art

by Wolf Kanno on 02-23-2016 at 06:49 AM
This was going to have a subtitle, but they all sounded like pretentious academic papers and that kind of goes against the point of all of this.

So recently I began reading a very in-depth article series about two series worked on by one of the more influential game designers/writers in my life, Tetsuya Takahashi. I'll leave it up to Google for you to figure out why. Anyway, it was mostly a really well written and interesting analysis of the works and I actually learn a few things

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Neon Lights, Large soda, and a handful of quarters...

by Wolf Kanno on 08-01-2015 at 09:07 AM
So lately I've been reminded of one of my life goals was that I wanted to one day build my own arcade for myself. Get all the games I grew up on and just have a fun little place devoted to letting me play through the classics and relieve the arcade scene I grew up in. I've been discussing this with friends as we try to create a list of the games we would add to the arcade. Of course there would be the classics like Galaga, Gauntlet, Pac-Man, Paperboy, Frogger, and Dig Dug but I also thought about

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Trying to remember a feeling.

by Wolf Kanno on 11-04-2014 at 09:02 AM
Normally I really hate writing personal posts like this but my strong dislike of EoEO and the fact this topic doesn't feel quite "EoEO material" as well as posting it in the Writing Forum felt weird because it's a bit too personal and I feel that forum should stick to its primary focus.

So recently I came upon some writer's block with a novel I am working on and so I decided to shift gears and work on a different story instead until I recharge and have a chance to step back

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That Game Company Collection

by Wolf Kanno on 03-29-2014 at 09:06 PM
Haven't done a blog in ages and I wanted to talk about this without starting a thread.

So I picked up the That Game Company Collection set a while back and finally last December I played through it. I'm not going to bother discussing the cell phones style games cause... yeah... I'll simply focus on the Big 3 that everyone bought the set for.

flOw - Is and interesting game with some cool dynamics to it. It's pretty short but I'm a busy person and so this is actually a

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