To be honest, enabling Star and Screen KOs on all stages makes me far more giddy than the anticipated content tomorrow.
Yes I have enabled those via mods. I also changed the max launch speed (if exceeded, turns upper blast line KOs to boring blast KOs) to make it ridiculously high, so it's pretty much 1/3 chance you'll get star ko'd.
Game's so much more fun like this. Why did they change it to begin with since Smash 4?
A baby blue jay appeared by my doorstep on my first full day at my new home. I couldn't find your ask thread for some reason, do you have Blue Jays in your area? I seem to have a whole family in my backyard :3
I find it weird to enjoy a game where you don't really care for the main protagonist or you're just "yeah he's cool" ambivalent, and you like other characters. My favorite characters from series frequently to be main protags (Mario, Kirby, Rayman, Link, Asterix, Cuphead, Fox/Falco tossup) if I say so myself.
Of course it's not a universal rule but if I don't like the main protagonist (Yoshi, Wario, Donkey Kong, Crash), I don't think I can stick for long playing.
Though in Shadow of Colossus, Agro the horse is my favorite character.
Have you read any children's stories on birds (doesn't have to be when you're a child)?
One story I recalled was "The tale of Tommy Nobody", which I don't remember fully but it's basically about a bird who was left behind by his family (because he didn't fly well) but when asked what bird he is, he didn't know. His search for his identity led him to encounter a few other birds and compare himself to them. In the end, a similar bird had informed Tommy that he is a...
I was reminded of this story because I was playing a game called "Songbird Symphony" (a bird-themed Metroidvania/rhythm game), which has a bird (called "Birb") who wanted to know what kind of bird he is, although he knows for sure that he's not like the other birds.
I see a lot of people hate their old selves and today they believe they're so much better and stuff. I've done a bunch of crap in the past and probably came off as an immature weirdo but I've accepted that for what I was and so I don't hate my own teen self. I have to say I don't 100% think I'm all THAT better. I still make stupid unfunny posts like usual.
I'm still me, just more mature.
That being said I can't really easily look at some of my first posts ever so it's harder to evaluate those changes over the years.