avril lavignes hello kitty video was deleted from youtube and then billboard posted this
being gay is like being a shiny pokemon
If you haven’t played Dragon’s Dogma I highly recommend it
[NOTE: They re-released Dragon’s Dogma with a bunch of new features, so if you’re into those I recommend getting Dark Arisen, in lieu of the original.]
Here are some reasons to consider:
- There’s a good amount of people of color. It doesn’t keep to the whole medieval = 100% white people dynamic that a lot of games/movies do, and you’ll see them not just as NPC’s, but in roles like the innkeep or the barber, in addition to story characters (like the love of my life, Ser Mercedes). You can make two customizable characters, so you can play as one as well and it doesn’t look out of the ordinary if you do.
- In-depth customization. The customization for this game is really good. You have a ton of options ranging from how long you want your arms or legs to be, to body size (you can be fat!) musculature, to the way you stand and your voice!
- You can romance nearly anyone. And I mean like anyone except for maybe one or two characters. Same-sex romances? A-Ok! Although this means you can also romance kids or grannies. But this is rationalized because you can make your main character as old or young as you like. (still a little creepy, but don’t worry kids won’t hit on you or anything)
- No stat changes for female characters! Although how heavy you make a character of any gender will impact how much they can carry, female character’s strength and health and all of that is equivalent to their male counterparts.
- Better clothes. So you know how in a lot of medieval themed games everyone looks kind of ugly and dirty and your options for clothes are like a moldy deerskin tunic or bikini armor? In Dragon’s Dogma there’s a really good amount of aesthetically pleasing but not hypersexualized armor, and lots of different combinations to try out which is great because my personal motto in gaming can be summed up right here.
- It’s tough, especially in the beginning. A lot of enemies can kill you early on and it takes a while to level up, so even on an easy difficulty it can be a challenge until you learn the ropes.
- The aesthetic. A lot of games can be somewhat monotonous. And while Dragon’s Dogma isn’t perfectly unique, it breaks up some of the more stereotypical aspects of its fantasy genre. The sea is a big focus in this game and it’s often bright and sunny, but I think the places that stand out are the spookier ones. You visit places like crypts, underground ruins, a haunted forest inhabited by a witch, or a royal summer palace that’s fallen into disrepair all of which add a bit of mystery to the game. And at night all you have is a small ring of visibility provided by your lantern. There are a lot of fun places to explore, and since the gameplay is very open you can go anywhere you like, as long as you don’t get killed along the way.
oh my god mtv stop trying to relate to me
Swear to god, some guys are terrified that girls are faking common interests to impress them and act really hostile towards anyone they even SUSPECT of doing such a thing
but then they turn around and fake a whole friendship in the hopes of getting sex out of girls, and get mad at them when it doesn’t work
and they super do not see the irony in that