The date on the card didn’t bother me until I remember where I read that before. Now I have chills.
mother of god…
Holy shit HeR….
new contender for “weirdest-shit-nancy-says-out-of-context”
Sorry I’m late to this guys, but the fan picks were my picks so I just included them. But yeah, I guess I know what my favorite game is now…
Real-Life Nancy Drew Locations
This is beautiful!
It’s awesome that you can look at any of these pictures and right away know what game they represent.
JESUS CHRIST THERE’S A THING CALLED TACT
Anonymous asked: Are you a MED beta tester?
Unfortunately, no. I was not selected this time around, but I hope to beta test again!! Testing SPY was wicked fun! Except when i got stuck and didnt have a walkthrough…. I would do it again :)
Anonymous asked: Do you like the new games as much? I feel like after ash they just haven't been very good.
*takes deep breath*
While I do love the new games, they just don’t quite compare to the old ones. Maybe I’m biased, because I grew up with the old ones, or maybe they really aren’t as good.
Anyways, I do like the new games, just for different reasons. The animation got a lot better, I can find references to old games (which is one of my favorite things to do) and they are filled with sass.
But there’s just something about the story line that gets me, without fail, in almost every new game. They reveal the culprit before the end. Sure, in the old games they kind of did that by giving some clues, but there was always motive for multiple people. In the newer games, you find out who it is, ask for help, assemble literally everyone from the game, and then defeat the baddie. This gets me, because my sister and I always make predictions about who it is and write it down on a piece of paper, and now we can’t do that anymore because it’s not blatantly obvious when the final scene is and you already know who it is.
It’s like DOG: (warning spoilers) I had no idea who it was the first time I played. Red didn’t want people in the woods, Emily wanted to dig stuff up from the bottom of the lake, and Ranger Akers wanted more land and to be on the map. So it was a real surprise when I made it to the end and had no idea that it was Emily. Sure, it was kind of revealed in the diary by the dogs, but you didn’t have to read that. And you knew it was the end scene when you found the gold. My big sis didn’t know how to trigger the ending, and wouldn’t listen to me when I told her to leave the tank, because she thought that there had to be some way to trigger it. But when we did, you can bet that there was a huge gasp from all three of us (and maybe that I ran downstairs to my mom - don’t blame me, I was 8). But that’s the type of ending I want. Just like all the old games.
I can appreciate the new games though. The mom jeans and tactlessness jokes are very funny. But I agree with you, anon, in that nothing can compare to the old games.
Sorry for the rant. I just have a lot to say on that topic.
fuck you ethel i’m nancy goddamn drew
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