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  1. Costume Quest - Cartoon

    I just thought to merge the two threads. To celebrate, here's a link that Spaff pointed out to me: http://frederator-studios.frederator.com/post/176785327202/at-todays-costume-quest-cast-crew-screening-we It's about a cast and crew screening, which suggests lots of progress has been made, but it also mentions that we won't get to see the show until 2019 now.
  2. Costume Quest - Cartoon

    As per the existing thread about this above, it's due to come out "in 2018". The official page says it's "based on" the games (which is ambiguous, but I would take to mean it does not slot into the canon of the games, it is an adaptation of them) and has some art of the lead characters. (There's also some more stills and stuff on the Frederator facebook page.)
  3. [Steam] camera control with mouse not working

    Have you tried emailing support@doublefine.com?
  4. Costume Quest Text Speed

    Hi Gooch, might be a good idea to also email support@doublefine.com to see if they have a solution.
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    Have you tried emailing support@doublefine.com?
  6. Glitched save screen

    Have you tried emailing support@doublefine.com?
  7. I'm around 8 episodes into Steven Universe and finding it to be a little grating and childish (where shows like Adventure Time or Powerpuff Girls aren't). I'm told that it starts getting good around 20 episodes in, so as they're only 10 mins each and I hear adults rave about it, I'm going to keep going with it.
  8. Into The Badlands, - Just got onto the second season and I'm really enjoying it. It's an AMC show, set in post-apocalyptic America where they've reverted to a variation on late 19th century society, but with more martial arts. It looks great, the acting's all strong and the fight scenes are absolutely fantastic, probably the best of their kind I've ever seen on a tv show. Ash Vs Evil Dead - Overall, I wasn't a fan. It occasionally had some stand-out great sequences, but I didn't like the sub-Supernatural lore-ification, I didn't like what they did with Ash (for some reason he's a racist lech now), I didn't really like any of the supporting characters and it overall just felt quite repetitive and unimaginative. I would have much preferred them to cobble together a few million and make a low-budget Evil Dead 4 that followed up on the original ending to AoD (or that did that alternate universe thing they were planning at one stage which made both endings canon). Terrace House - a reality tv show that avoids all the gross elements of that genre and instead provides a really chill, interesting look at modern Japanese social culture. Takes a while to get into, but once you know the housemates and the commentators, it's engrossing.
  9. Is this you being a purposefully obtuse git again?
  10. Cannot access Save

    Have you tried emailing support@doublefine.com ?
  11. No, I was implying that your conjecture is not a FACT, no matter how many times you say it, capitalise it or format it.
  12. You should start your own anti-Kennedy video channel!
  13. Yes, this is why she's lying.
  14. I've never read any Deadpool comics except for one where he kills the Marvel universe or something - I think I needed to be more of a Marvel reader to appreciate that one. So I'm coming to these purely as a film viewer and felt the plot was messy - it jumps around a lot and doesn't have time to give much character to Cable or the various villains.
  15. So I guess we're pre-emptively including Deadpool in the Marvel thread... Really enjoyed the first film. The tone, structure and action were all surprisingly well-considered, and although the comedy wasn't particularly sharp, it was charming. Second one is disappointing. The plot was really tight on the first one, but here it's all over the place. And it has that comedy sequel problem of mainly just redoing a ton of jokes from the first one. Also, I was annoyed that