Well, I watched an 18 minute video of someone narrating posts on Reddit describing ridiculous opinions on politics and religion, while adding their own thoughts.
Now I'm question whether I'm atheist just to disassociate myself with those people.
I don't understand the point of calling horror a genre.
Most of the time, they're either done in combination with other genres (Resident Evil, Alien: Isolation, F.E.A.R.), or just have slight bits of horror (Prey, Majora's Mask, even Terraria).
So why is it a genre?
Note: I'm not talking about the survival-horror genre, that is understandable as one.
Cool to see a new WarioWare game.
I am not into the Danganronpa series, so I guess it exists for all those kids who do endless Danganronpa roleplays on Minecraft servers.
Bunch of other reveals I don't have much interest in.
Why are they focusing so much on the expansion pass for Age of Calamity?
And they're finally showing some stuff for Breath of The Wild 2. What is WITH those floating islands?
Just giving my opinions on the Nintendo direct now.
Smash reveal was all I was looking forward to, and it's interesting?
Not much on the variety of game reveals after that.
It's nice to see another 2D Metroid game. Plus, the title is a re-use of an old title from rumors of a DS Metroid game, which is cool.
I bet the Mario Party game is gonna be hated.
Just Dance 2022 was inevitable.