In Which I Critique A Game I Have Not Played In Three Thousand, Nine Hundred And Thirty Nine Days, Give Or Take

i want you to know these were captured on maximum settings. the npc elves just look like this for some reason.
(this screenshot is NOT one I took; unless I state otherwise, like i just did here, all screenshots are probably ones I took, unless i forgot to caption them accordingly. the dragon age 2 one with the elves above is 100% my screenshot, though. i know exactly where i was sitting when i took it)
i was still at my ‘try to make an idealized version of myself’ stage of using character creators, sorry

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I do some freelance work, game design consulting, and I’ve worked on games Hardspace: Shipbreakers and created games like Adios and Paratopic.

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I do some freelance work, game design consulting, and I’ve worked on games Hardspace: Shipbreakers and created games like Adios and Paratopic.

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