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Vulgar Monkey

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  1. Vulgar Monkey

    The Expanse - officially saved by Amazon

    Ah, noted. Admittedly these days my 'usual places' are youtube and dailymotion, where I have to sift through a couple hundred spam vids to find the one true rip because I'm too out of touch to know where the good torrent sites are these days. I did briefly try a few vpn's with space.ca, but opera doesnt let you choose country anymore and the rest all want you to sign up first, even the free ones. What a lot of bother just to watch a tv show.
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    The Expanse - officially saved by Amazon

    I'm also having no luck with the 'usual places' lately. I'll be really glad when I can actually just give them money and get a thing.
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    Cyberpunk 2077 (CD Projekt Red next masterpiece)

    Might be enough for me to actually buy one of whatever the fuck it releases on, assuming I have any expendable income at all in our own little dystopia.
  4. Vulgar Monkey

    Cyberpunk 2077 (CD Projekt Red next masterpiece)

    I'm a patient man. ...... But not that patient.
  5. Vulgar Monkey

    Cyberpunk 2077 (CD Projekt Red next masterpiece)

    I was gonna say exactly that, for something in this setting you want to push the sense of scale as best you can. Removing yourself to a floaty camera lessens the impact. I tell you what though, a photomode wouldnt go amiss.
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    Cyberpunk 2077 (CD Projekt Red next masterpiece)

    Conspicuously avoiding more GTA5 comarisons, I had no idea it'd be a 1st/3rd person choice. That's great.
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    Cyberpunk 2077 (CD Projekt Red next masterpiece)

    I cant speak for others, but personally I do see the GTA vibes, but for the same reason I mentioned Megacity One.....I think a lot of it comes down to the larger than life characters and a very bright, harshly sunny environment, crisp shadows. If you told me Night City was built upon what is currently Los Angeles, I'd believe you. Also from a technical perspective there may be something in the way the characters are animated, and the way the trailer itself is cut. Again, not anything that actually tells you much about the game.
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    The Expanse - officially saved by Amazon

    Reminds me of the kid I saw at smiths earlier. 'Mommy can I has it? Pleaaase?' 'Oh go on then' 'Yaaaaay'
  9. Vulgar Monkey

    Cyberpunk 2077 (CD Projekt Red next masterpiece)

    Jizz everywhere. And I for one love that aesthetic. While most cyberpunk is very dark and dry and depressing (as is fair for a dystopia), this looks LIVELY. It actually reminds me a lot of MegaCity One, of all things.
  10. Vulgar Monkey

    Illustration Club

    No shit? Anyone with first hand experience care to comment? I've seen it used a few times but never had the pleasure myself.....it's one of these ones heavily geared towards convincingly emulating traditional linework, right? I might have to give this a try.
  11. Vulgar Monkey

    The Expanse

    It does raise certain interesting plot problems for them to resolve. That in itself has me curious.
  12. Vulgar Monkey

    The Expanse - officially saved by Amazon

    AHHHH ITS SO GOOD. Also agree with the above, the acting from certain ppl in the last episode was pretty good. One bit gave me a damn good laugh actually.
  13. I do as you do, background vods while working on stuff. I find the production value suits better; good enough to be entertaining but not demanding enough to pull me from my primary task.
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    The Expanse - officially saved by Amazon

    I thought I'd heard somewhere the next one might be the last, cool.
  15. Vulgar Monkey

    TotalBiscuit died.

    Feels a bit like Rick n' Morty syndrome to me. The subject of focus can be a bit marmite, while the fandom are horrible toxic shitheads. I say that as someone who was quite happy to listen to and enjoy the podcasts and reviews, but I doubt I'd want anything to do with the fucknuts on reddit or whatever. Cant say I know who any of those twitter folk are, either.
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