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Golden

June 24, 2020 by Tim


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Pal87
Pal87
1 year ago

Oh Gods is the best.

Rolando
Rolando
1 year ago
Reply to  Pal87

If you mean the expression “Oh Gods,” I agree wholeheartedly.

I embraced it when I was a teen, practicing until it became a natural reaction. One that lasts to this day (39).

Yeah, freakin’ GEEK xD

YouKnowTheOne
YouKnowTheOne
1 year ago
Reply to  Rolando

My family replaces all common uses of “God” with “Science.”
Science damn-it!
Praise Science!
“Achoooo!” – Science bless you!

I highly recommend it.

TheHalfBoy
TheHalfBoy
1 year ago

Let’s go ahead and assume that I’m just asking this for the benefit of others… but what does it mean when a game has gone gold?

stavrs
stavrs
1 year ago
Reply to  TheHalfBoy

It is back from the non-online publishing era where the master copy of the game media was created and sent to the printer for the physical media to be produced in volume. It meant that the game was finished.

It has little value now, really; With online distribution, patches and DLCs V1.0 doesn’t mean much anymore, but back then it was the end of the road.

Nayrael
Nayrael
1 year ago
Reply to  TheHalfBoy

It means that it’s no longer in development. The game is finished and the Publisher is now preparing to release it,while the Developers fully turn to working on the patches and first DLC.

Thomas
Thomas
1 year ago
Reply to  TheHalfBoy

And for the extra trivia, the master media was typically a gold CD or later DVD, which is the source of the expression: Gone gold.

Johnny 5
Johnny 5
1 year ago

Hmm. You know, I have my doubts as to the snuggle-worthiness of Schrodingers cat after a month in a box without food or water.

SpinelesS
SpinelesS
1 year ago
Reply to  Johnny 5

Don’t forget the Vial of poison that can break open at any second…

John Brand
John Brand
1 year ago

I’m just glad the boys are back…

Kasaix
Kasaix
1 year ago

Ghost of Tsushima is definitely a GOTY contender, and I can’t wait to play it.

Bobby Love
Bobby Love
1 year ago
Reply to  Kasaix

I’ve been waiting for the game for as long as I heard it was in development. Might not be for everyone, but it’s the game I’ve been waiting for the longest (outside of FFVII Remake (Which is now released) and Cyberpunk (pushed back til the Fall)). Still hyped with their recent video on gameplay and showing off the environments. July 17th couldnt come sooner!

FITCamaro
FITCamaro
1 year ago
Reply to  Kasaix

With my backlog, it’ll be a PS5 title for me.

Cyrad
Cyrad
1 year ago

Any analogy that involves a cat getting snuggled is a good analogy.

GUNnibal
GUNnibal
1 year ago
Reply to  Cyrad

I’m torn between this comment and the one Johnny 5 made. They both make sense, yet state completely the opposite.
You know what? Screw it, I’m upvoting both.

Stephen
Stephen
1 year ago

Is the shirt that Lucas is wearing available for purchase by any chance?

RuneS_77
RuneS_77
1 year ago
Reply to  Stephen

my exact thought, want!!

Logan
Logan
1 year ago
Reply to  Stephen

Honestly, looks like m/any of the generic designs seen on basic pullover tees at places like walmart, hot topic, or spencers. I’d start there. xD

Kaitensatsuma
Kaitensatsuma
1 year ago

I do get that feeling that sometimes the anticipation of the game is greater than the end result.

Especially when it comes to games that are trying new things.

Doodm4n
Doodm4n
1 year ago
Reply to  Kaitensatsuma

*Cough* No Mans Sky *Cough*

Kaitensatsuma
Kaitensatsuma
1 year ago
Reply to  Doodm4n

Ah, a good part of that was exaggerated marketing too though.

And a healthy dose of people not understanding what “Procedurally Generated” means

Leon
Leon
1 year ago

There is ALWAYS something to play in the meantime…..

David Gibson
1 year ago

It’s funny that this one is coming right after a strip about demos and not auto-buying games…

Diavel
Diavel
1 year ago

How are they mantaining a game store in todays market?

Jacob
Jacob
1 year ago
Reply to  Diavel

By the will of the writer. The same way “Friends” had huge affordable apartments and could skip out of work to sit in the same spot in a coffee shop every episode, or “How I Met Your Mother”, only in a bar.