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I see Invisible Man as an ethics experiment turned into writer having too much fun with the concept rather than a staright-up horror monster.Listening to a bunch of old books on audible. The Invisible Man by HG Wells is not a scary story. It’s a cheesy action movie. One liners and all.
I’m just saying. The best movie portrayal of Griffin would be by Nicolas Cage and you can’t change my mind of that.I see Invisible Man as an ethics experiment turned into writer having too much fun with the concept rather than a staright-up horror monster.
I'd say Well's writing in general is usually unsettling at worst, rather than scary. The far future in the Time Machine is probably the closest.
You fool, a Switch successor would simply have 10 NES games while we patiently wait for SNES 2 years after that!Wii is sketchy 'cause the amount of work needed to get 90% of the library functioning would take a good amount of work.
GCN though? I could see it by late 2023 with the inevitable Switch successor.
It has a different ending depending on whether you’re neutral/no mercy or pacifist like in Chapter 1, but also it has a major alternative route, however you may not know how to do it without a good guess or looking it up online.Downloaded the Deltarune update on Switch. I'm going out for most of the day so there's a good chance I'll start Chapter 2 while on the bus and stuff like that. Also, it will give me something to do during downtime at work.
Is there anything I should know about it before starting? I already played Chapter 1 but I heard Ch2 has multiple pathways.