Moonside

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Moonside wrote

I played something akin to a 4D space shooter once and it was bad. Also, the 5D Rubik's cube remained unsolved (but it's not like I've solved the usual one either).

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Moonside wrote

Are you dissing those technologies? If I were less tired, I'd type something in defense of each except Jira that I've never used.

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Moonside wrote

I am quite stunned how hubris has gotten to Facebook. It's like US foreign policy level of hubris.

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Moonside wrote

tbh I didn't personally give the advice to make the feed chronological but rather to remove the tweets from accounts that I don't follow. If the former gets done by the tips in OP, then magnificent, but I'm not averse to it not happening if you catch my meaning.

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Moonside wrote

Thank you, I hope these keep working after Twitter inevitably decides to disable the trick in OP.

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Moonside wrote

Honestly just following critics you like on Twitter does most of the work as they tend to make sure to advertise their latest published pieces.

If you want to know what Tim Roger's taste is like, the Action Button best games list is probably pretty indicative. The problem with Tim's old stuff is that it's very loquacious--they are clearly hobby project writings--but they're still fun reads.

Though I'll be with Tim on this one - if you're a fan of KH, you don't need to read a review.

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Moonside wrote

I can't remember when was the last time I read a review and came through more confused whether I'd like to buy a game than going into it. I don't have a console so the point is moot, but the review really was a trip.

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Moonside wrote

Actually Sans is p cool, but I still love EarthBound game theory jokes about him.