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Five Nights at Freddy's has pretty much become the new Slenderman at this point, except that statement makes me want to throw up in my mouth because fuck that overrated faceless fuckonion. What I mean is due to it's insane popularity for an indie title it's pretty much reached the point where we get a ton of knockoffs games that are heavily inspired by the themes and playstyle of this point and click horror. Being the unoriginal fuck that I am, I myself have a few ideas for fan-made games that are based on a game that I've never played and yet somehow associate with the fandom of.
The biggest one that came to mind was a game based off The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask; though I've never actually played it I think it looks like one of the most interesting games in the series, not the least of which being the bleak and mature themes. We've already got one big creepypasta bullshit thing out of it, so it stands to reason that a horror game based off MM wouldn't seem to farfetched. Imagine: you're a security guard for Clock Town at night, there are mechanical statues (that look like the Elegy of Emptiness statues) modeled after a heroic and courageous young boy and his 3 alternate forms (of which are similar to royalty, a great warrior and a popular guitarist) that are friendly during the day but interpret anything after dark to be a monster that must be slayed, and the only things you have to defend yourself with are a group of fairies to keep track of all the areas and light up areas and an ocarina used to play songs that can temporarily appease the statues. You can't play too many songs consecutively however, otherwise the noise level be too high and your position will be revealed to a malevolent mask once thought to have been banished. Sakon the thief will also appear, and being a guard you have to make sure he doesn't go unnoticed using the lights, but maybe something else will get to him first. You may even encounter hallucinations(?) of a giant version of the young boy or a terrifying deity swordsman...
Speaking of Nintendo franchises, I remember a while back this one artist on this site by the name of Tyrranux (who is a seriously cool, albeit strange artist whose stuff is either hilarious in a WTF kind of way or legitimately great) who did a comic about Five Nights at Freddy's if it were ported to the Wii U; the punchline of sorts being where a Luigi amiibo is put in and the king of second bananas himself appears. Funny as it was, it's a legitimately interesting idea that could work. The Gamepad could act as the monitor, and amiibo's from franchises like Mario could replace the animatronics with Boos and Dry Bones, or LoZ characters could replace them with Redeads and Stalfos. It's definitely unlikely, but it's an interesting thought.
Other than that, making a FNaF inspired game doesn't merely have to be a crossover of sorts with another franchise; the style of gameplay can incorporated into many common and public ideas. How about a game set in an aquarium? Between the batshit terrifying creatures that lurk from the darkest depths and the risk of drowning it could make for great atmosphere; hell throw in a great white motherfucking shark just increase the levels of pants-shittitude. Maybe for something that delves more into the surreal side of horror you could set it in an art gallery where the main fear comes from uncanny valley portraits and abstract abominations. If you want to go for something broad and diverse a museum is great for that; historical figures, ancient art, taxidermied animals and goddamn dinosaur bones can make for effective creepers. There are so many different themes that this kind of playstyle could work while at the same time being able to have enough elements and gameplay mechanics to make them unique.
Well with that out of the way, I should really explain what I'm working on and why you may not see me pop up for a while. Basically what I'm doing is a largely revamped version of Super Dream Brigade that I intend to finish this time; characters, stages, story, gameplay, lore and other little things as well. It will also go under the new name of Super Dream Party, and I also want to put in a subtitle that has something to do with hearts, lots of colour and light and maybe disco. I'll be starting this off by redoing everything that has already been done for it so far (first one being the general info), but the reason that is going to be done for a while even when it shouldn't be that hard is because I want have the general flow and script for the story completed; something that's coherent, explains things clearly and incorporates both existing and original characters into it to a degree where their existence isn't pointless. I have the characters, I have the stages, I have a few ideas and plot points and I have the very basic plot of the game sorted out, but until I finally figure out how I want the events of the game to go about I'm not gonna work on anything else.
Really sorry that this is the case, especially if you don't care at all for Super Dream Brigade and would rather me work on other series, but I've been really wanting to do this for quite a long time. Hopefully all the hard work put into it will make it worth it's while, and may even become the best thing I've done since the Darkstalkers 4 stages (not that I've really done anything since then but still). Until then, take care everybody <3
Carbuncle – Gemstone Dancer Ifrit – Raging Infernal Fiend Shiva – Cold-Hearted Maiden Valefor – Guardian of the Sky Ramuh – Conductor of Might Storms Titan – Gigantic Earth-Mover Leviathan – Lord of Twisting Oceans Phoenix – Reborn Flame Gilgamesh – Foolish Sword Collector Fenrir – Moon-Born Beast Bahamut – Hallowed King of Dragons Odin (with Sleipnir) – Ominous Warrior Legend Alexander – Holy Mechanic Saviour Diabolos – Demon of Crushing Gravity Maduin – Magic Destroyer
Chocobo (with Moogle and Cait Sith) – Trio of Merriment Siren – Mystic Songstress Unicorn – Travelling Healer Golem – Unmovable Statue Zodiark – Harbinger of Eternal Darkness Knights of the Round – Service of Royal Power
Just a really short thingy I did, not really bothering to write that much since this isn't gonna really be anything. The premise is pretty much to have all of the most iconic summons of the Final Fantasy series and make it into a fighting game. I've never really been too into RPG's (terrible attention span), but my brother and I have quite a bit of history with the series. My first experience was watching him play the eighth game at our aunt's, and I was fascinated with the likes of Quezacoatl, Shiva and Ifrit. We also went through a bit of the ninth game at out grandfather's, but could never get too far and never saw any of the summons of that game.
Then we got Final Fantasy X for ourselves, and to this day the Aeons are still some of my favorite summons in terms of design and abilities. Admittedly the bias shows in this with my inclusion of Valefor even though she's really only appeared in that game. I put her in because I wanted a character to represent the wind element, and honestly I think Valefor's more interesting than the likes of Garuda or whoever else. There was never a wind element in FFX, but she had an attack called 'Sonic Wings', she's a bird thing, she's got sort-of boobs for some inexplicable reason and she can shoot laser beams and overall I would say she's an improvement both design wise and with attacks over any other wind-element summon.
Wow what a tangent. But yeah I've always found summons to be one of the most interesting things to come from the FF series, and I really like how later games would make them have more involvement gameplay wise as opposed to just being powerful spells. Once again this isn't really meant to be anything, just a short concept I thought fairly interesting enough. I'm actually going to get to work on the thing I've been wanting to do for a while now. Until then, take care everybody <3
So I've got a few things to talk about, one of which being an incident that happened yesterday. Near where I live (but thankfully not too close) a bushfire broke out (and I think others came about as well in other areas), which lead to an alarm and warning that prompted quite a lot of people to get the hell out of their houses and find somewhere safe. At the time the only ones at home where my mother, my two dogs, another two dogs that we're taking care of while the owner's on holiday and myself, and we stayed at my Nan and Pop's place for the night. Thankfully no real harm of any kind came to anyone or our house, and for the most part we were pretty calm about it. Honestly most of the trouble was dealing with the dogs and trying to get them inside the gates before they ran off like the little fucktarts they are. I'm back home and everything is back to normal, so no need to worry ^-^. I don't actually know what or who started the fire, but I have a good idea on who it might be...
what a deeck.
Anyway, the other thing I wanted to talk about is basically a gush fest on various cartoons. I honestly think that cartoons these past few years are actually really great. Channels like Cartoon Network had their slumps, and while we did get good stuff occasionally there was rarely anything mind-blowing. But with shows like Adventure Time, Steven Universe, Gravity Falls, Legend of Korra (arsonist arseho-), MLP: Friendship is Magic and Over The Garden Wall (even if it was a short series) that prove that there can still be a lot to cartoons in terms of characters, stories, humor and plenty of other things and that animation can still very much be enjoyed by adults just as much as kids. There's a lot I could say about the other series listed here and why I fucking love them, but I kind of want to bring up Adventure Time more than anything.
I can definitely understand if it's not for everyone, especially with the relatively simple animation and design, the earlier seasons, and lapses in good judgment and morality by some of the main characters. Ever since the nearly month-long hiatus between episodes ended in November and four episodes were aired in a span of four days however, I'm reminded why I love this series so much. Admittedly Season 5 dragged on for way too long and during the second half quite a few of the characters had gone downhill (especially Finn during his failure with love), and while Season 6 started off in an interesting way, (SPOILER WARNING) the many scenes of foreshadowing Finn losing his arm felt wasted when he gets it back in only the sixth episode of the season and the sub-plot about his father and his depression kind of died out in a rather unceremonious way (SPOILER END); most of the other episodes after that were mostly just pretty good, with a few great ones here and there.
With the episodes we've had in the last few months, I feel like the show is really starting to take a turn for the better. Such highlights include (ANOTHER SPOILER WARNING) one of the most likable characters being brought back to life, Finn getting an awesome new sword in that same episode, one of the most touching stories that came from a bizarre premise, a true show of badassery and comradeship between two people who are otherwise completely different and at long last the first instance of real development for a character that seriously needed it (with the next episode expanding on it), all while maintaining plenty of humor and touching moments that I love the show for (SPOILER END). Secret of the Nameless Kingdom may have been a disappointment, but the cartoon thankfully is far from anything terrible with these more recent episodes.
That's pretty much everything relatively major I have to say. I've recently been getting into Cromartie High School (both the manga and the anime) that's absolutely hilarious in a stupid way. JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Stardust Crusaders (the anime) makes its return with a cool new (spoilerific) opening and the Egyptian arc with some of the more interesting stand users, so that's awesome. I've taken quite an interest in pitched-down (or up) versions of songs and video game themes; they sound really different and interesting with these variations, and in some cases I like them more than the original. Good example here:
So that's it for now. Only thing I have left to say is that I'll posting one more random one-off before getting started on the new and improved series that I've always wanted to get done. Until then, take care everybody <3
Favorite visual artistHirohiko Araki (Where is he hiding the Stone Mask?!)Favorite moviesKarasFavorite TV showsAdventure Time, My Little Pony Friendship is Magic, Transformers Beast Wars, Avatar, JoJo's Bizarre AdventureFavorite bands / musical artistsQueen, Elton John, JamiroquaiFavorite booksJoJo's Bizarre AdventureFavorite gamesTatsunoko Vs Capcom, Sonic Adventure, Mega Man X, Super Mario Bros 3, Crash Bandicoot games by Naughty Dog, Team Fortress 2, Tekken Tag Tournament, Guilty Gear XX #Reload, Street Fighter 3 Third Strike, Super Smash BrosFavorite gaming platformIunnoOther InterestsHugging a lot