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Hello I'm Hellstorm901 aka Helly, Hell
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Englandmyanimelist.net/profile/hellstorm901
I have a love of Rika Furude so never insult her around me.
My current stances on certain topics are,
- Rejection of Religion in its entirety
- Pro - Conservative party
- Pro - Israel
- Pro - Taxpayer funded space industry
- Uncaring for "government spying"
- Anti - Gun ownership
- Liked Sword Art Online
- Cannot stand Bleach and Naruto
hellstorm901 joined on Mar 12th, 2011, since that has made 759 posts that are still accessible today, 10 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, hellstorm901 has given 779 upvotes, and was last online on Dec 12th, 2016.
What should I write in my post for what I'm thinking about writing in my post about writing what I'm thinking.
Because fucking Nazi Vampires, why else.
I saw one tweeter make an interesting comment.
If Hatred changed all of its characters to Zombies and had you run around massacring Zombies would people give a fuck? The answer is an obvious no, so why would a Zombie massacre game be tolerated when the only difference would be artistic.
I don't agree with pulling any game off Greenlight unless said game is an obvious scam to make money. The whole point of Greenlight is so games can get on steam based on popular vote. If people don't like a game then they don't vote and other games which do get votes go higher on the ladder.
The idea that a vocal minority of people can complain and have something banned is actually quite shocking. It also sends out a message to these people that if they get together and throw their weight around they can get whatever game they don't like banned off Steam and even as the recent GTAV Target controversy showed, potentially get games banned from shops if no altogether.
In my view this is setting a dangerous precedent and these people now have something to look back on if they try to get something else banned. Now they can say to Steam. "Hey you banned Hatred, why not this game too" and Steam would be forced to admit hypocrisy or just throw the ban hammer around to save face with the latter option being the obvious one they would choose.
Irie Kyōsuke of course.
I'll take part but if it runs over 10th January then you'll have to count me out.
I'm not familiar with either of these two but he looks more like a Mad Scientist and that summary of him seems mad enough.
This is something I feel I could get behind.
Both mine actually come from the same series because both are mad on either ends of the spectrum.
Takano Miyo - Higurashi no naku koro ni
Irie Kyōsuke - Higurashi no naku koro ni
Well I'll have to think of a good/mindfuckery story that fits into lies.