As it turns out, not enough people have bought D4, and development has stopped. It's quite possible that season 1 is all we're going to get. What are your thoughts?
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alexis-royce:

supergreatfrien:

Yeah, that seems to be the case. I guess it’s not really surprising. There’s been zero mention of D4 on the Xbox dashboard, and it’s Microsoft’s own game. They don’t really seem interested in it. I would guess that probably either has something to do with the change in leadership in the Xbox division, or the change in focus away from Kinect.

Regardless of the reason, if the leaderboards in the game count all players worldwide, then things do seem pretty dire, as the player count only reached 10,000 recently.

Well fuck. I know what I must do.

Be right back.

Okay, I’m back. Gotta finish this week’s comic pages, then I’m buying D4.

As it turns out, not enough people have bought D4, and development has stopped. It's quite possible that season 1 is all we're going to get. What are your thoughts?
Anonymous

supergreatfrien:

Yeah, that seems to be the case. I guess it’s not really surprising. There’s been zero mention of D4 on the Xbox dashboard, and it’s Microsoft’s own game. They don’t really seem interested in it. I would guess that probably either has something to do with the change in leadership in the Xbox division, or the change in focus away from Kinect.

Regardless of the reason, if the leaderboards in the game count all players worldwide, then things do seem pretty dire, as the player count only reached 10,000 recently.

Well fuck. I know what I must do.

Be right back.


George C. Scott and Stanley Kubrick playing chess on the set of Dr. Strangelove. Scott had an extremely volatile personality (he was renowned for bar brawls and heavy drinking) and Kubrick played chess with him between takes in order to ”tame him”. James Earl Jones said it was a way for Kubrick to prove himself to Scott, who fancied himself as a good chess player. Scott lost the first game to Kubrick. From there on Scott respected Kubrick and his vision.
George C. Scott and Stanley Kubrick playing chess on the set of Dr. Strangelove. Scott had an extremely volatile personality (he was renowned for bar brawls and heavy drinking) and Kubrick played chess with him between takes in order to ”tame him”. James Earl Jones said it was a way for Kubrick to prove himself to Scott, who fancied himself as a good chess player. Scott lost the first game to Kubrick. From there on Scott respected Kubrick and his vision.

There is only one bad thing about breaking up the Monday morning doldrums with a fresh episode of Beyond Belief. And that is being one workday and a sloggish drive away from my own wife and liquor cart.

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Splendid.

mariosdick:

Mu—mummy-chan…

mariosdick:

Mu—mummy-chan…

Do you ever post something to your blog, and after a minute feel disappointed because you already want to reblog it?


Pretty sure I already liked these tweets when he posted them, but Boots’ tags were too lovely to pass up for a reblog.

Pretty sure I already liked these tweets when he posted them, but Boots’ tags were too lovely to pass up for a reblog.