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2021.12.03 12:22 CypoeBur So do you think that last episode of Dark Fonzie was really the last one?

I have mixed feelings about the whole thing.
I liked listening to the show, it meant more of Marc and Dean is alright I guess. If nothing else, it’s nice to hear Marc in a format like that, where he’s bouncing things off a friend rather than a guest while he plays the role of host. You get to hear a little bit of a different side of him.
As far as that argument, we all know how Marc can get with the anger issues and the resentments and stuff, so it makes sense for him to have apologized to Dean. However, doesn’t it also sorta seam like Dean was using Marc as a way to further his own visibility? Part of me thinks Marc’s frustration was actually justified. There were a couple times on the podcast where Dean seemed to be openly asking Marc for a favor and it sorta would make me cringe. So to some degree I actually feel as though Marc’s frustration is valid.
Somewhat separately, but also not really, it isn’t lost on me that Marc decided to stop working with an opener after that tour with Dean. Could it be related or do we believe that Marc really just doesn’t see the point in having an opener when he’s working out new material? Will he bring an opener on this new tour?
Anyway, the Marc and Dean relationship is weird to me. I actually met Dean after a show in Sacramento a few years ago, he seems like a nice enough guy. I don’t completely dislike him or anything. But he started in comedy very late, it’s cool what he has managed to accomplish but he honestly isn’t the greatest comic. I think his podcast hosting skills are a little better but, in any case, it makes sense that his career isn’t firing on all cylinders. Unfortunately though, because of this, he and Marc are not really equals in terms of their entertainment careers. So sometimes it feels like Marc was doing Dean a favor by doing the show with him, as opposed to actively wanting to do it because it’s a fun thing to do with his friend.
Interested in hearing thoughts and opinions, and also whether you think we’ll ever hear a new episode of Dark Fonzie again.
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2021.12.03 12:22 NewFeel871 Does Hinge have an "About Me" section?

Instead of just the 3 prompts where we have to answer, do we have a summary of yourself section? Kinda like how vintage dating sites had where you could type whatever you want about yourself? Or Bumble where there's a 250 character limit on that?
I can't seem to find any About Me section to type that doesn't involve a prompt.
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2021.12.03 12:22 CaspianX2 eShopperReviews November 2021 Wrap-Up

eShopperReviews November 2021 Wrap-Up In the month of November (counting through to December 3 to finish up the week), I reviewed a massive 63 games... while buying… um... 100. Why the big numbers? Well, I’m trying to review as many 2021 games as I can before the end of the year and… yeah, Black Friday sales, man… they do a number on me...
All told, my games reviewed to games owned ratio is now 1678/2412
Now that I'm making it a point to track the number of subscribers, I'll also point out that this subreddit is at 7598 subscribers, slowing down how much the sub has grown over prior months just a bit. However, I still appreciate those of you who have stuck around, as well as those of you new to the subreddit - welcome!
Patreon Updates
On the Patreon side of things, we had 11 patrons kindly donating in the month of November, and their contributions will be recognized in reviews throughout the month of December. If you’re curious to see the names, you can check them out below (minus two who chose to remain anonymous).
Patrons who voted on a game for me to review this month ended up unanimously voting for Big Brain Academy: Brain Vs. Brain (which I goofed and listed as Brain Age: Brain Vs. Brain). So it’s pretty clear that this one will get reviewed as soon as I have the chance to play it and give it a full look (since it comes out today)
In addition, the special Year-End Patron Poll, open to all patrons, ended with a tie - with Eastward and Quake Remastered taking the top spots. As usual, I’ll be the tie-breaking vote. And again, you can look forward to this review sometime next week.
And of course early in November I reviewed the patron-voted game, Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania, and you can find my thoughts on that game farther down.
I also had a Patron-sponsored game review for Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time thanks to a kind donation from MB. The short version is, I think it is an excellent Platformer and a great follow-up to Crash Bandicoot: N Sane Trilogy… but if you haven’t gotten the trilogy yet, I’d suggest you start with that.
Monthly Patreon Vote - December
Once again, any Patreon patron who donates $5 or more can have a say in which of the following games I review in January, and since I focused so strongly on 2021 games for last month’s vote, this next vote will focus exclusively on games not released in 2021: Nuclear Throne, Rebel Galaxy Outlaw, Vroom in the Night Sky, and Pokemon Legends Arceus. That seems like a pretty good mix to me - two highly-acclaimed indie games (that sadly never go on sale), the Nintendo Switch game with the worst rating on Metacritic, and one of 2022’s most-anticipated Nintendo Switch games. Oh, and on that note, if Pokemon Legends Arceus gets selected, I will review it as soon as I have enough of a chance to play it after it becomes available (and given that it is scheduled to release late in the month, that means it’ll come later than these monthly reviews usually do).
Also, as per usual, Patreon subscribers can hear me discussing the last month’s highlights in a podcast we’re making available to patrons first. If you’re not a patron, you won’t be completely left out - I’ll have the podcast made available to everyone on YouTube in a week or so. However, if you’re curious to hear the podcast right now, please consider heading over to the Patreon page and making a donation! In this month’s podcast, we discuss Animal Crossing’s new expansion content, new updates for first-party Nintendo games, various purchases on Nintendo Switch game developers by bigger companies, and the latest round of controversies involving UbiSoft and Activision Blizzard. And as per usual we discuss the last month’s reviews that I deemed to be the best games, worst games, and hidden gems.
Also in November, we released the latest patron-only Jenn Plays podcast, where I get Jenn to play a classic Nintendo game, and we discuss her experience, as well as some interesting history behind the game. This month, I got Jenn to play Punch-Out!!, and Jenn was quite pleased to not be playing a Platformer for once! Note that this podcast is only for patrons, and will stay that way! If you’re interested in checking out this content (along with the other Patron perks), please consider donating!
We Want Your Thoughts on Podcasts!
In the coming months, we’re considering making a more in-depth poll to get some feedback about our podcasts, but at least for now, I would very much appreciate your thoughts on the podcasts, regardless of whether you’re a Patreon donor or not. Do you think we spend too much time talking about the news? Should we stop going over every game named here and focus only on a few highlights? What would you personally want us to change that would make you more interested in the podcasts? Please feel free to leave a comment below! Though… I make no promises about changes (I’m just considering ideas right now).
eShopperReviews Subreddit Updates
On the subreddit side of things, we had an entire week where I reviewed every single Atelier game on Nintendo Switch. To make it easy, here’s the short version: start with Atelier Ryza. It’s the best game in the series (so far), and a great starting point for newbies curious about trying out this JRPG franchise about item crafting. Oh, and for those wondering, if I’m ranking the series from worst to best: (Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists doesn’t count) Totori, Rorona, Ayesha, Sophie, Meruru, Escha & Logy, Firis, Lydie & Suelle, Lulua, Shallie, Ryza 2, Ryza 1.
And of course this week wraps up my Thanksgiving Leftovers week, where I pair re-reviews of games I previously reviewed with other similar games. Some games got re-reviewed due to new added content, some due to misunderstandings about the initial release, and in one case a major price change completely changed just how good a value the game in question is. And of course, just prior to this week, I once again looked at the Exlene Pro Controller, and not because the Exlene folks are so nice to us on this subreddit, but because my earlier review pointed to one major flaw in the controller - a flaw that some additional communication with Exlene helped to resolve.
In the Game Industry Bad Behavior Profiles, I have added a profile for Take Two Interactive in the wake of their recent controversies regarding their botched release of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy Definitive Edition. However, suffice it to say their history of controversy runs far deeper than that. In addition, I have continued to maintain the other pages in the Bad Behavior Profiles, which I mention here because Activision Blizzard gave me a lot of work doing so this month.
For updates to the Wiki, I have transitioned the page for Best Online Multiplayer over to the wiki. Also, due to all the re-reviews added this month, I created a [Re-Review Page](Nintendo Switch Re-Reviews) where you can compare and contrast my reviews for games I reviewed multiple times, as well as find out why I reviewed them multiple times.
Okay, I think that's it for major events on eShopperReviews in November, now onto some review highlights! Here's my picks for the most noteworthy games I reviewed in November 2021. As always, these are not necessarily games that came out this October, just what I was able to review this last month:
The Best Monster Hunter Rise - After my less-than-enthusiastic review of Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, I wasn’t looking forward to reviewing the latest game in the Monster Hunter franchise, but when I finally got around to playing it, my fears were laid to rest - this game is magnificent. While I still think that the Monster Hunter series as a whole has some baked-in problems that it may never get away from, Rise learns some valuable lessons from Monster Hunter World about making the game easier to get into and enjoy. However, this isn’t just a matter of fixing things that are broken - Monster Hunter Rise builds on the franchise with its Palamute and Wirebug mechanics, giving players an unprecedented level of mobility, with the game’s maps now having delightful verticality to them now that players have this new freedom of movement. Plus, the graphics are some of the best the Nintendo Switch has ever had. And as one would expect from Monster Hunter, this is an absolutely sublime online co-op experience. In short, this is one of the best games on the Nintendo Switch in 2021, and it should not be missed.
Tetris Effect: Connected - This game’s release on the same day as the Nintendo Switch OLED model is no coincidence - this is an absolutely beautiful game, an audiovisual treat, and it is sure to be a great showpiece title for the new screen and improved sound of Nintendo’s updated hardware. And beyond the beautiful visuals and gorgeous music, this is quite possibly the greatest version of Tetris ever made. If you’re a fan of Puzzle games, this needs to be in your collection.
Crysis 3 Remastered and Crysis Remastered Trilogy - Even though Crysis 3 is now 8 years old, it still manages to be one of the most visually-impressive games on the Nintendo Switch. This is a masterful port of a stunning game, and not only is it visually jaw-dropping, but it features what I would argue is the best gameplay of the series, balancing the open-ended areas of the first game and the narrow focus of the second game, and providing the best stealth experience in the series. What’s more, the Crysis Remastered Trilogy is an excellent deal, containing all three games for $50, a fantastic price for three phenomenal First-Person Shooters.
Atelier Ryza and Atelier Ryza 2 - As I stated earlier, the Ryza games are the pinnacle of the Atelier franchise, and the perfect place for newcomers to start in this series of crafting-focused JRPGs. What makes these games the best? They’re visually stunning (save for some ugly dithering on Nintendo Switch), have some of the best characters in the series, feature excellent writing, an absolutely beautiful soundtrack, by far the best combat in the series, and overall deliver a wonderful Miyazaki-esque charm that’s incredibly endearing. I think the simple beauty of Ryza 1 edges out its sequel, but Ryza 2 is a worthy successor, bringing back Firis’ open-ended large areas and doing a great job following the first game’s characters after they’ve matured.
Persona 5 Strikers - It’s still inexplicable that Persona 5 Royal isn’t on Nintendo Switch yet but this sequel is, but in any case this game is still welcome on Nintendo’s hardware despite this omission. Don’t dismiss this as a “Dynasty Warriors”-style musou game - it has some musou-inspired elements, but it’s very much its own thing, more of a traditional JRPG where battle encounters are somewhat musou-esque. However, what matters is this - the combat is fun and flashy, the game is stylish with excellent visuals and a great soundtrack, and the characters once again shine through here. Even though this is a very different game from Persona 5, it is nevertheless an excellent follow-up.
Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania - This was this month’s Patron-sponsored game, and I must say that I am absolutely delighted that this series has finally recaptured the joy of Super Monkey Ball 1 & 2 (and Deluxe too, I suppose). All the great gameplay, the excellent level design, the wealth of fun minigames… everything that fans of the series celebrate it for has been brought into the modern era. And if you’re not familiar with these games, let me just say that this takes a simple concept of rolling a ball to a goal without falling off a stage, and makes it into fast-paced Arcadey fun.
Unavowed - This Graphic Adventure brings to mind the classic LucasArts multi-character games like Maniac Mansion, with this game giving players multiple characters with unique abilities to assist them on investigations. However, what really makes this game truly brilliant is its excellent writing, great characters, and superb voice acting. Players take the role of a new inductee into an underground paranormal investigation team solving mysteries and tracking down demonic forces, and few games this year have featured a story this engrossing. If you’re a fan of the genre, consider this an absolute must-buy.
The Worst Train Station Simulator - I love my Management Simulations, but this game fails on virtually every level. Ugly visuals, a confusing interface, terrible controls, and an absolutely worthless tutorial. This game is almost unplayable, and it’s truly disappointing that it was released in this state.
Scribbled - Not too much to say about this one. Boring, uninventive Platformer with terrible, ugly hand-drawn visuals. Skip it.
Squad Killer - A single-screen Action-Platformer with bullet sponge enemies, poor progression, and once again some ugly amateurish graphics.
Jin Conception - I hate that this is in my “Worst Of” list for the month. This game has a brilliant concept of combining a classic JRPG with an Among Us-style social deduction element, and I really wanted to see that concept in action, but the execution here just disappointed me on so many levels - the absurdly high difficulty level, the lack of proper communication to the player about the game’s mechanics, the lack of a proper introduction to the game’s world or its characters, the repetitive, mazelike map design… as much as this game’s concept seemed designed for me to fall in love with it, the execution seemed designed to make me hate it. But more than the hate, really in the end I just felt sad and depressed.
Hidden Gems Hexceed - Okay, let’s start with the fact that this is a free-to-play game without free-to-play monetization - the only monetization here is for those who finish the massive amount of content here and decide to download the additional expansion content. But this isn’t just here because this game is a good deal, it’s also an incredibly well-crafted Puzzle game that plays a bit like Minesweeper (but without the need to randomly click on a tile when you get stuck). It may not look like much, but this is an outstanding Puzzle game, and if you even slightly like Puzzle games, the free price tag means there is no reason not to download this game right now.
Piczle Puzzle & Watch Collection - This trio of Puzzle games is solid, but what really sets Piczle Puzzle & Watch Collection apart is its Simulation elements. This game goes above and beyond in depicting the included games as real-life products, delivering on that concept in some surprising ways that I felt were absolutely inspired. If you’re a Puzzle fan with nostalgia for the old Game & Watch systems, this game was made for you.
Mike Dies - When this game dropped in price from $10 to $1, I took it as a sign that this was probably a dud. I just don’t expect much from a $1 game, so imagine my surprise when I found this one to be absolutely inspired, taking its original concept and building on it to make for some really clever gameplay. You see, Mike is trying to get to a teleportation field to exit each level, but the trick is he needs to get his entire body in the field. If any part of him is outside when he teleports, it’ll chop off that part and, well, the title of the game happens. The game is built on this mechanic, and the result is a very clever Platformer that’s almost on the level of a Puzzle Platformer in its creative level design. If you’re a fan of Platformers looking to try something new, $1 is very little to pay for a game with this much to offer.
Anyway, that covers pretty much all of the big stuff for November. I hope you've all enjoyed reading what I have to say, and here's looking forward to next month!

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2021.12.03 12:22 nomes2 i’m falling for a guy who i’m in a somewhat open relationship with

he lives on the road and we recently met a few months ago on the side of the road in the mountains. we’re both free spirited rock climbers. hit it off right away. we decided to give it a shot and pursue each other but “with no expections” since he’s probably going to hit the road again in april. his mentality is that he is here now and would consider us “together” but he guarantees me that he will leave. it’s strange, we’re acting like we’re dating and it’s intense and so so lovely. but i’m sad thinking about the end. i keep thinking it’s going to change and he will end up wanting to commit but ik that’s just not gonna happen. how the hell do i protect myself? we’ve had very open communication about this and the only thing i can do is keep no expectations. i’m trying really hard but i’m also falling for him so much harder than i thought! help haha
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2021.12.03 12:22 Dankforced Where can I find brackets for Halo esports?

Title. I see some updates via twitter or YouTube on who won against whom, but id love to see what are the actual teams competing etc.
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