And I thank you for that. Or you could have used a squirrel in place of a fig leaf. >_> Still, a naked guy is a naked guy. When I walk into a room and see one, I'm probably just going to turn around and walk out again. I can't think of an exception to this.micah211 wrote:I purposely didn't put Adonis here, I could've just blurred him though.
I'm not actually sure. I was just experimenting (spilled water on my pants because I tripped) and then I got mad and starting thinking about why it made my pants look darker (as if I peed myself) and there you go. The questions I ask.
If I had a gold fork, would it still be silverware?
That too, is a valid question. And much like the ones my peers in most branches of scholastic inquiry muse upon, requires overthinking.
For myself, I would say yes; silverware as the appellation, if not the material involved. I call regular forks silverware, even though ours are usually stainless steel. But I would also question why someone would need a gold fork. Seems like money that could be put into actual silverware, which is more useful since it can be used to fight werewolves.
Flipped. I liked the second one a lot more this time. I think it's because I like that music a lot, and it was much more prevalent in the second video. It also had more...I dunno. Mystery, I 'spose. Looked good.Deepfreeze32 wrote:I agree that the original opening has a better hook. The game has a very good story, starts off with a slightly slow mystery that builds to something awesome. Don't quit it if the initial story doesn't grab you, it gets so much better.
The direct sequel (Don't play this one until you've beaten Innocent Sin) also has two versions of the opening.
Same questions: Which do you like more, and which serves as a better hook for the game?