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    black-quadrant:

    hey friends with autism/familiar with ASD: i am doing research and building a forum support group centered on ASD, and i was hoping i could collect some resources from you. i’m looking for reputable websites, online communities, blogs/social media, articles etc. any good tumblr blogs with information and good content/conversations. anything surrounding autism would be very helpful to me.

    hey friends with autism/familiar with ASD: i am doing research and building a forum support group centered on ASD, and i was hoping i could collect some resources from you. i’m looking for reputable websites, online communities, blogs/social media, articles etc. any good tumblr blogs with information and good content/conversations. anything surrounding autism would be very helpful to me.

    volatileleporegina:

    black-quadrant:

    PLEASE HELP THE TWEWY FRANCHISE!

    I know many of you seeing my blogging about TWEWY wondering wtf it is. It’s a Square Enix game originally released on the DS that has gained quite a cult following over the past decade. It’’s got a phenomenal storyline, which deals with death, resurrection, ideological differences and second chances, all with a musical metaphor undertone - and the dialogue is incredible. It’s one of those underrated games that begs for a sequel.

    Fortunately for the fans,  it’s getting a revamp for the Switch! This is huge. Tetsuya Nomura has made it very clear that a sequel is in order, but if it doesn’t get enough reception, that may not happen. And if it falls through the cracks again, this beautiful storyline will get buried, and I do not want that.

    Unfortunately for the fans, Final Remix sales in Japan are not going that well, but you can help. Final Remix, the updated game (with a bonus day) is dropping internally on Friday, October 12th. IF YOU HAVE A SWITCH–EVEN IF YOU DON’T–PLEASE CONSIDER PICKING UP A COPY ON THE LAUNCH WEEKEND.

    The reason Nomura is giving us this release is because the fans have been so vocal. We have to show Square Enix that we can stand behind our voices. And if you’re new to TWEWY and want to play a good game, please make your next game this one!!

    Please consider!! As someone who played both the original and now the Switch versions of the game, I really think Final Remix is worth it. Of course, the original holds up too, but for a returning player like me I found the Switch version to have a lot of charm too. The updated graphics, audio, gameplay, etc. feels like a whole new experience- and I haven’t even made it to the bonus content yet! TWEWY is honestly a really fun game, full of interesting characters and an absolutely gorgeous, vibrant world and unique aesthetic. It is easily one of the few games I ended up playing over and over and over again! There’s so much potential for a sequel, too. It deserves some love.

    hhhhellbound-gatestuck asked :I've got a Switch and I'm DYING to play the TWEWY remaster!! It looks like you can play digital copies now, but do you know if that helps?? Or does it make more of an effect to buy the physical copy? ((Ps LOVE seeing someone on a dash just as pumped as me to support this game!!!)))) asked :

    rectanglefeet:

    black-quadrant:

    THANK YOU FOR ASKING, LOVELY. very important question.

    buying the physical copies over the next few weeks is what is going to show the biggest impact in terms of sales, so even tho it’s a pain in the ass, it’s worth the effort to buy a physical copy. 

    (and for those reading who don’t have the console yet, buy it and sit on it. if you like squeenix and action role-playing games with urban fantasy elements, you won’t be disappointed. also THE RERELEASE IS CO-OP!!)

    This, although it’s kind of a pain buying the physical copy as you can’t load it into the switch’s storage. (updates to the game do get put there, however.)

    Also, Nintendo does not require you to link a payment card to your account (much like Apple and Google), so if you want to peruse the selections in the store, you can just buy pre-paid cards, load them into your account, and buy games that way. (There is sadly no discount for buying an electronic copy of a physical game, but that’s a secondary rant.)

    hhhhellbound-gatestuck asked :I've got a Switch and I'm DYING to play the TWEWY remaster!! It looks like you can play digital copies now, but do you know if that helps?? Or does it make more of an effect to buy the physical copy? ((Ps LOVE seeing someone on a dash just as pumped as me to support this game!!!)))) asked :

    THANK YOU FOR ASKING, LOVELY. very important question.

    buying the physical copies over the next few weeks is what is going to show the biggest impact in terms of sales, so even tho it’s a pain in the ass, it’s worth the effort to buy a physical copy. 

    (and for those reading who don’t have the console yet, buy it and sit on it. if you like squeenix and action role-playing games with urban fantasy elements, you won’t be disappointed. also THE RERELEASE IS CO-OP!!)

    PLEASE HELP THE TWEWY FRANCHISE!

    I know many of you seeing my blogging about TWEWY wondering wtf it is. It’s a Square Enix game originally released on the DS that has gained quite a cult following over the past decade. It’’s got a phenomenal storyline, which deals with death, resurrection, ideological differences and second chances, all with a musical metaphor undertone - and the dialogue is incredible. It’s one of those underrated games that begs for a sequel.

    Fortunately for the fans,  it’s getting a revamp for the Switch! This is huge. Tetsuya Nomura has made it very clear that a sequel is in order, but if it doesn’t get enough reception, that may not happen. And if it falls through the cracks again, this beautiful storyline will get buried, and I do not want that.

    Unfortunately for the fans, Final Remix sales in Japan are not going that well, but you can help. Final Remix, the updated game (with a bonus day) is dropping internally on Friday, October 12th. IF YOU HAVE A SWITCH–EVEN IF YOU DON’T–PLEASE CONSIDER PICKING UP A COPY ON THE LAUNCH WEEKEND.

    The reason Nomura is giving us this release is because the fans have been so vocal. We have to show Square Enix that we can stand behind our voices. And if you’re new to TWEWY and want to play a good game, please make your next game this one!!

    He’d observed it for years–the dead end monotony, the drudgery, the utter ennui of a city that had forgotten how to sing.

    Millions passing through his city each year, trashing it in their wake while the natives enabled it to continue. The sheer neglect was almost worse treatment; at least the visitors noticed their surroundings. The sagging spirits dragging the streets, complaisant in their tedium, made him cringe. Death had a way of reshaping what defined fear, and since Yoshiya Kiryu was desensitized to his own mortality long before he took his own, his fears were few and far between. But one thing that terrified him beyond measure was disintegration. There was nothing so mortifying as watching something–or someone–decompose. Watching something you love tarnish and corrode, and being unable to intervene. And the other voracious little monster that chased its heels? Helplessness.

    He’d been a silent sentinel all these years, agonizing over his decaying city that he’d died in earnest for. It shouldn’t be like this. He’d turned Shibuya upside-down, scavenging every street for even a scintillation of hope left shivering and destitute by the wayside. But there was nothing to be found but superficiality, materialism, and quick fixes for a plumbless emptiness in souls who had lost imagination. People were shoulder to shoulder, but they may as well be miles apart; people were no longer connecting. Self-preservation had reached new heights in keeping others out, and static ruled the airwaves while passions blinked out like stars.

    He waded through the Scramble Crossing every day without fail, fishing for the thoughts of busy minds. So many blank channels, so much Noise… it could be so overwhelming that he would retreat, his frustration slamming a warm and cold front together in the onset of an unforecasted storm upon Shibuya.

    He had chosen this existence, firmly convinced he could make a difference. In retrospect, it seemed a bit childish. Not that he’d wanted anything more for himself. This was it; this was his purpose.

    Then why did it feel so awful?

    Although his conviction was a force of nature in itself, some niggling part of him whispered guilt and contempt through his weakest moments.

    But those feelings, like The Composer, were disintegrating as well.