eeeey new entry for 0031! I’ll make a proper post about it when I get home from work.
Depends on why they couldn’t. It’s different enough from Bastion to be its own thing, but I feel like people who like the sort of story-telling found in Bastion will like Transistor as well. The game mechanics are pretty nifty IMO, with the combined turn-based/real-time thing it has going, and the artwork and music are sublime. My suggestion is that if it ever goes on sale for a pretty low price, which might take a while, give it a shot.
Might also pay off to read some reviews and watch the trailers, which I think do a good job of capturing the feel of the game.
Okay so I may have gone slightly overboard
can we talk about Legolas in the back tho
I feel like I need to rewatch the entire series just focusing on Legolas.
It’s worth it.
Did Orlando Bloom spend the entirety of the series trolling with his facial expressions?
YES. YES HE DID.
He photobombed a series of movies
he is god
"Orlando, you know you’re in shot, right?"
"Oh, I know."
This is obvious, I know, but the important thing is that it is canonically confirmed. And they took the pains of pointing this out in the catch up comic.
Is it possible, perhaps, that the Administrator is in fact secretly getting the BLU team together as well but doesn’t want to let RED know yet? The idea of them working together in Mann vs. Machine complicates matters, but it’d be just like the Administrator to carefully monitor everyone’s movements to make sure they don’t talk together about working for her. After all, she’s done it in the past.
(Also if you think about this, it makes Miss Pauling’s role in Expiration Date a bit scarier, because she probably worked closely with the BLU team members she was murdering without flinching in the beginning of the video. This is, however, unrelated.)