December 15, 2016
I don't know how Elon Musk is going to build spacecraft with flapping wings, but I'm sure he'll manage by then. I know we're living in the future already, but "faster please."
All the overtimes are mine. While that's nice since I can do it at home, if I get caught up in something afterwards, next thing I know it's time for bed. And I gotta admit, I've been caught by a game. Again, in this case.
Yep, Go Go Nippon! recently got another installment via DLC. Six new locations (three per girl), more story options, and a slight shift in tone to boot. If you remember, the game is something of a guidebook to some parts of the Tokyo area; you're shown these locations by Makoto (left) and Akira (right). In the previous two versions, the focus was definitely on the locations and information. While there was a modicum of romantic options, it was totally on rails. With the new DLC, it seems to concentrate more on the girls, and I think there are multiple endings available for the two. As I've only played one line of one sister, I'm not sure. Gotta admit, I'm having fun finding out. Which is kinda sad, actually.
Not as sad as this, but if it does even half of what it shows in this video, I'll admit to a massive desire to own one. Because... um... reasons.
Hey look! DUCKS!
It's been a long week so yes, this is what caught my attention...
Posted by: GreyDuck at December 16, 2016 08:58 AM (rKFiU)
And THIS is how Japan achieves a zero Birth Rate....
Posted by: Mauser at December 16, 2016 07:47 PM (5Ktpu)
Does anyone else here think of Murray Walker when they see an anime or game title with multiple "Go"s?
Posted by: Peter the Not-so-Great at December 16, 2016 09:05 PM (jS1F0)
I wonder why the ducks perched right there.
Same reason a dog hangs his head out the window of a moving car.
"Duuude!! I am going So. Fast. right now..."
Posted by: mikeski at December 16, 2016 10:59 PM (lO+tS)
"You know we can fly, right?"
Posted by: Mauser at December 17, 2016 09:14 PM (5Ktpu)
The potential downside would be that people, especially men, who already have difficulties with socialization giving up on 3D people altogether. As Mauser points out above, this could have a deleterious effect on the national TFR.
Extrapolating further though, imagine this developing into ArmitageIII-type femdroids. That could very well reverse all the social problems. The Stepford Wives were presented as horror, but that's really only from a feminist perspective. I suspect that many men would welcome android wives who embodied the June Cleaver ideal, especially if they could bear their husbands' children.
Posted by: jabrwok at December 18, 2016 08:40 AM (wKZS0)
Posted by: J Greely at December 18, 2016 01:27 PM (tgyIO)
Posted by: ubu at December 20, 2016 09:15 AM (SlLGE)
Posted by: Mauser at December 20, 2016 08:00 PM (5Ktpu)
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