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Old May 16, 2021, 06:57 PM   #1003
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Yes, having so many similar games (6 if you count psp) is a good reason to start fresh and change things, and I was open to it. You can't blame me tough for expecting nothing but greatness and elite design. Also I'd say it's too different, keep sth at least, want to change tone, keep the pace, concision etc etc.

I kind of see what they were going for, but then can't help but wonder if the potential Kotaku/ Polygon 20 page piece about the perils of repeatedly headbutting smb into a wall had sth to do here as well. A far thought but hey, they're all scared now, that's also sth I'm curious about actually. Also, I'd say that you focus too much on what the masses say, there are dozens of reasons for good reception and only one is quality.

Anyway let's leave it for now, truth is I'm talking a lot out of my atm not that informed rectum tbh.
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Garth Merenghi quotes
Most of you will probably know me already from my extensive canon of chillers including "Afterbirth" in which a mutated placenta attacks Bristol.

Everyone has a special talent. Mine is being able to write, produce direct, act, paint... Other people are good plumbers, that's their gift.

There are rebels and there are innovators. I'm a rebel. I play a rebel brain expert who's in rebelliance against conventional logic, who's in rebelliance against the world order. It's about rebelliance. And if that's not being an innovator, I don't know what is.

In times of conflict, when you're up against an agressor, be he human, be he inhuman, whoe'er he be, often he is both.

Greetings traveller. Who am I? Perhaps you have met me twixt sleep and and wake - in the penumbra of uncertainity you call unconsiousness... you know, my books are essentialy about "what ifs". In "Black Fang" I asked - what if a rat could drive a bus? And what if it and its rat brethren took over and ate Parliment?

A lot of people say "Garth Merenghi? Doesn't he write that horror crap?" Well, you're an idiot, because my books always say something, even if it's simple like "Don't geneticaly engineer crabs to be as big as man". There's always a message or a theme.
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