While every TV show prefers to keep its plot details and twists under wraps, Game of Thrones takes the secrecy to much higher, near pathological levels. The actors don’t see the episodes until the public does; last year, cocreator David Benioff wouldn’t even tell his wife , Amanda Peet, if Jon Snow was coming back from the dead (and she’s Amanda Peet!). HBO no longer gives the press advance copies of upcoming episodes; and just this week, the actress who plays Yara Greyjoy, Gemma Whelan, confessed that she was almost fired for publicizing her casting online. After building a reputation for show-stopping surprises like the beheading of Ned Stark and the Red Wedding, Thrones has rightly recognized how important those moments are to its success and to the audience, so the show really doesn’t play around. The Mother of Dragons has the most calculated approach to these questions; her answers carry a sense that she has studied the nature of the fan base and the show’s canon, so she knows what’s important to the story and to the people following it. She doesn’t try to outsmart anyone or play dumb — she gives the people just enough crumbs to chew on.
In terms of categories and information to add- I would suggest that you might add a category for games you can play with a mixed-age group, which we find challenging. Perhaps you could list approx. cost as some of the strategy ones are very expensive and approx. time per game? Of course, all that information is just a click away, so there’s really no reason you should have to do all that work, but since you asked for ideas of useful things to add, I thought I’d suggest it. And lastly- maybe I missed it, but was Rat-a-tat-cat on the list? That one’s great for lots of ages and it is a really nice, small, quick game, perfect for waiting for food to arrive at a restaurant, etc.
It is always perfect on the PS3 without need of any video adjustments. Oblivion has entertained me for hundreds of hours, I find myself playing it a lot actually. If you have not tried it, there are many different characters to choose from, you can, as always, choose a standard heroic existence or a truly evil path, and everything in between.
Before the sudden rise in stardom of Sword Art Online and the various other anime shows in the same genre, there wasHack//Legend of the Twilight. And even though it wasn’t able to garner that much popularity, it started the booming of the online game anime genre.
HD remaster , although you may have to adapt a few of them if you’re using the Expert Sphere Grid. Just watch out and save often when doing sidequests, as there will be powerful Dark Aeons parked in some areas late in the game that can wipe out your party.
Where we lived there was a line of trees that had been planted rather close together. My siblings and I would climb a tree and then reach for a branch from the next tree, walk as out as far as we could on the branch we were on and then swing across so our feet would land on a branch of the next tree. This worked great until the chosen branch to swing on was too small to hold our weight. The object of this game was to see who could go the furthest without touching the ground. Maybe there is something to man being a descendant of the monkey.