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Here is my 'fursona' I like to be a cute animal online as means of dealing with not being cute in real life. A friend recommended a Hamster for me and I was like, yeah that sounds good
The Orange-y/Brown color goes down his back while the rest is white because it was a pattern I saw on a lot of Hamsters while looking for what I wanted.
I guess if they make a switch pro there's a chance there's no handheld aspect to it, it's not impossible
a lot of people that like handheld mode for switch probably don't mind the FPS woes the switch has since it's portable and the people playing that want higher FPS most likely are fine with it not having a handheld mode as a tradeoff
if any of you happen to know someone I can test this stat out on, lemme know in the comments below
when I was a dumb kid growing up, somehow I stumbled across Nethack. I'm sure I found it because some gamedev in an indie forum mentioned it or something but
I couldn't believe it, this was a game that kicked your ass. You never knew what was coming, if a weapon was cursed, or if a potion would even help you in a pinch, picking up a wand and just casting. Here and there I would get more marketable flavors of the genre but it was fun every time.
I'm glad the genre ended up getting popular
re: online harassment if you look into the details, video games, lol
Also if you haven't yet you should check out The Caves of Qud. It's a very weird (in a good way) ASCII graphics looking roguelike with... well let's just say you can *start* the game with a lot more arms than humanoids usually have.
I love fighting games, card games, Jojo's, Dragon Quest, and Roguelikes. Don't be wack at any cost. Formerly a hamster on snouts.
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