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  • Listening to: Ougon Musou Kyoku OST
  • Playing: The Evil Within
  • Drinking: Iced Tea
I finally got the Platinum Trophy for The Evil Within, aka:



And boy, did this game simulate one Hell of a motion sickness on me, thanks to the hideous black letterboxes for whatever bullshit "artistic expression" reasons they pull out of their ass.

When I first played the game, I get severe motion sickness from every session.
On my third session (up to chapter 6), I was close to vomiting and the severe headache lasted and lingered till the next day.
I had to quit playing it and was unable to continue.

Even just watching a cutscene was sickening, as my eyes are unable to adjust the narrowed down field of view.

A few months later, my TV had monitor issues and had to be replaced, so I went with a bigger TV.
I tried replaying The Evil Within on the new TV and although I experienced dizziness on the first few sessions, I was finally able to overcome the motion sickness and completed the game.

Even though I got used to the letterboxes, I still think it's shit and needs to go.
Developers need to stop getting carried away with their stupid artistic expression, honestly.
They know that if they provided an option to remove them, 99% will choose to do so, so their only way of smothering people with their retarded "artistic vision" is to have it forced.

And no, it's not applied because of "hardware limitations" or bullshit reasoning like that.
The letterboxes aren't special borders that helps minimized what is drawn but are more like HUDs superimposed on the screen.
But instead of life bars or how much ammo you have, it just obstructs the screen for retarded "artistic vision" that doesn't belong in video games.

Akumu mode's a bitch.
I'm glad that's over with.
  • Reading: Umineko No Naku Koro Ni
  • Playing: The Evil Within
  • Drinking: Iced Tea

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Goldsickle
Rene
Malaysia
Current Residence: Malaysia
Favourite style of art: Japanese comics & animation style
Operating System: Windows XP
Personal Quote: "Quick Time Events is the cancer of the video game industry"
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  • Listening to: Ougon Musou Kyoku OST
  • Playing: The Evil Within
  • Drinking: Iced Tea
I finally got the Platinum Trophy for The Evil Within, aka:



And boy, did this game simulate one Hell of a motion sickness on me, thanks to the hideous black letterboxes for whatever bullshit "artistic expression" reasons they pull out of their ass.

When I first played the game, I get severe motion sickness from every session.
On my third session (up to chapter 6), I was close to vomiting and the severe headache lasted and lingered till the next day.
I had to quit playing it and was unable to continue.

Even just watching a cutscene was sickening, as my eyes are unable to adjust the narrowed down field of view.

A few months later, my TV had monitor issues and had to be replaced, so I went with a bigger TV.
I tried replaying The Evil Within on the new TV and although I experienced dizziness on the first few sessions, I was finally able to overcome the motion sickness and completed the game.

Even though I got used to the letterboxes, I still think it's shit and needs to go.
Developers need to stop getting carried away with their stupid artistic expression, honestly.
They know that if they provided an option to remove them, 99% will choose to do so, so their only way of smothering people with their retarded "artistic vision" is to have it forced.

And no, it's not applied because of "hardware limitations" or bullshit reasoning like that.
The letterboxes aren't special borders that helps minimized what is drawn but are more like HUDs superimposed on the screen.
But instead of life bars or how much ammo you have, it just obstructs the screen for retarded "artistic vision" that doesn't belong in video games.

Akumu mode's a bitch.
I'm glad that's over with.

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Which Of These Two Perspectives Regarding Children And Violence In Entertainment Media Do You Agree? 

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100 deviants said Children should be taught about violence so they have more understanding about it
9%
10 deviants said Children should be shielded from violence or it may corrupt them later

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AloisAgost Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2014
I'm looking forward to your Lisa & Akiko Chinese Zodiac New Year pic this year.  I believe it's the year of the sheep this time. Sheepish  There are plenty of cute things you can do with that motif.  And I wish you luck into the coming year.
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Goldsickle Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2014
All I can think of are the "sexy" type of sheep costume XO
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AloisAgost Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2014
They're not all sexy.  Some can be cute!  Some criminally so: www.youtube.com/watch?v=8mqDmj…
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Goldsickle Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2015
Too late, already did sexy costumes. :iconimhappyplz:
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CooroSnowFox Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014  Student Photographer
You have such a cute drawing style.

Wondering if you are taking commissions at the moment?
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:icongoldsickle:
Goldsickle Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014
Not now, I'm afraid.
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CooroSnowFox Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2014  Student Photographer
Okay :) 
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xFoxNullx Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Your work is SO KAWAAAIIII! Junko Enoshima (Kawaii Blush) [V5] 
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Goldsickle Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2014
Thanks.
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freaklore1 Featured By Owner May 16, 2014
You are quite good i gotta admit,but i still dont like the way you use the word 'luddite' on peoples.

Freaky Frank.
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