I tried playing Kingdom Hearts last year on my PS2. And yeah. That one will just have to live fondly in my memory.
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The jump scare shows how poor an artistic director is at making horror. Silence of the Lambs, the restaurant scene in The Godfather, the "funny" scene in Goodfellas etc... are example of masterful directing, and how to truly make your audience shit their pants. Alien is also another example. While Alien does use some jump scares, they're necessary for the scenes where Scott makes you think there is going to be one and there never is.Jump scares in movies have no effect on me, but for video games it's completely different. You don't have to react with a movie, you have to react in video games.
Amnesia really isn't that scary. It just kinda stumbles after you slowly and I don't know, you don't see it that much anyway. Slow things don't scare me that much, it's the jump scares that get me.I've literally never played a horror game before because Half-Life and Bioshock scared me too much.
As someone who casually plays Amnesia: The Dark Descent and laughs at Dead Space, this boggles my mind.
If we were no longer near the middle or bottom of the list of every single measurable of a first world country's relative "greatness," then we could say America is great again.When were we at the top of those relative "greatness" measurements?
Anyone?On the flipside, he could literally Make America Great AgainTM and people still would complain.But what does that even mean?
On the flipside, he could literally Make America Great AgainTM and people still would complain.But what does that even mean?
Been reading American Gods by Neil Gaiman. I'm only about halfway through, but it's fantastic. A slow burn, for sure, but it feels more like a living, breathing world than the vast majority of books I've read.I love Neil Gaiman. I haven't read this one yet, but it was next on my list.