[Theory] deltarune - One Toilet Means All The Toilets

There are some who don't remember the detail in UNDERTALE that monsters don't have toilets because their food is magic and is instantly turned into energy upon digestion. This is for two reasons, out of necessity rather than inspiration: 1. Food being HP restoring items makes more sense this way. and 2. Toby probably forgot to give them bathrooms and then decided to make up a silly lore explanation for why not. Those who do  remember this detail will mention it in regards to Toby Fox's follow-up game, the ongoing deltarune. When one of the monsters using the bathroom somehow manages to come up(which isn't TOO hard considering the degenerates of the fanbase), people will mention that monsters don't use the toilet. Now, usually, people will respond with "Well, deltarune is a different universe, so we don't actually know if that works the same way." I, on the other hand, can pretty definitively say it doesn't! I have a rock solid logic that can almost

[Awards] Game of the Year 2022

There weren't a whole lot of new games I played this year, it was mostly old ones. Because of this, I actually played so many old games I lost track of them! There won't be an "old games of the year" post or section because of this, at least not a long one. Let's get that out of the way! They Include but are Not Limited to : FFX The remakes of RE 1-3, as well as 4, 6, 7, and 8. Uncharted 1-4 FF7 Remake EarthBound And the first 2 Kingdom Hearts I also played Tales of Phantasia for the first time, and my final verdict on it is: A technically impressive game for the time with a fresh new combat system as well as cool music and graphics, but the story sucks and the act of playing it isn't fun. Lots of times you just kinda have to figure out where the fuck to go because nobody tells you other than "We need to find/do the thing!", the encounter rate is too high meaning you need to constantly stock up on Holy Bottles to lower it, much of the balance is awfu

[Analysis] Deltarune - Actions Speak Louder Than Words

*These were originally meant to be simple notes which explains their structure, I just ended up writing so much it became more of a character analysis, so I decided to post it* Both Kris and Susie understand and believe that actions speak louder than words.  Susie is not swayed by any of Ralsei's attempts to get her to act more like a hero, instead she goes off to Lancer who shows he accepts and appreciates her style, thanking her for helping him be a better "bad guy" and incorporating what she taught him into his next appearence.  Later, Susie is not able to be reasoned with by Lancer, instead, what snaps her out of her anger is the fact he starts to stand there and take it instead of hurting her. By seeing that his actions show he really means what he says, she ends up not having the heart to go through with it and gives up.  Susie is swayed by these actions, not anyone's words, to decide to listen to Kris/The Player in battle. She has a change of heart and reconsid

[Awards] Game of the Year 2021

Old Games I Played This Year: Metal Gear Solid 4: The Guns of the Patriots . I replayed this because I bought the limited edition off of eBay. If you don't know, it comes in a really nice matte finish box with a metal plate featuring Yoji Shinkawa artwork that has a little part that slides off and reveals the cases inside. It comes with the game and a special behind the scenes blu-ray which I have not yet watched.  MGS4 isn't as bad as you might remember it if you hate it, and not as good as you might remember it if you love it. I mean from my point of view at least we're talking about subjective shit here. Like, I'm not gonna go over all the criticisms because many, many people have done so. I think it's a stupid, ass-pull story which either overexplains things that didn't need to be explained or completely retcons things which should have stayed where they were. It's too brown, the cutscenes are too long, it's long winded, pretentious, and in desperate

[Analysis] Omori - Does Sunny Deserve Forgiveness?

 Biggest Ultra Omega God-Form Giga Super Saiyan Blue Spoilers! DO NOT READ IF YOU HAVEN'T COMPLETED THE GAME!  Filler text so the post preview doesn't give it away: Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consecutor adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod temor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiate nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidata non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserun mollit anim id est laborum. With that out of the way, I ask you: Does Sunny deserve forgiveness, or not? Is his crime so abhorrent that he is unworthy of being forgiven for it, no matter how sorry he is, or how regretful and guilty he feels? Is it more important that he forgive himself, and not ask for forgiveness from others? I'm not asking "will be be forgiven", but "should he?". I c