Still got Hollow Fragment in my backlog to start (and Lost Song to get; I reckon neither entry is moving Switchward) on Vita before I turn to this – and I’d like to catch up with the animated flagships (Alicization is rolling on full steam and I haven’t even watched the movie yet) before it all. But where to get the following games including this one afterwards remains a no-brainer.
@jobvd these people tend to want the so-called “freedom of speech” without the responsibility of speech. So they’ll adamantly defend their right for vocal and spiteful ignorance but predictably get up in arms when it turns out the public they’re voicing their “opinions” to also has every right to voice back opinions and assessments on said opinions. What goes around comes around.
@Heavyarms55 SAO has it relatively tame (not that it excuses the issue), mostly a case of hype backlash with a side of some exaggerated side traits. It still remains pretty much a .hack//SIGN successor (to the point of incidentally employing the same composer) in terms of exploring true virtual reality and the many ways in which it impacts people (as well as some in which it actually doesn’t), plus the perennial topics of artificial intelligence and worldcraft. And from what I’ve heard of the games’ plots, they tend to follow suit.
@cfgk24 amusing but has nothing on Don’t Starve intro where the protagonist is outright told to “throw the switch!” XD 4
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