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How will they ever recover??
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Am I the only one who thinks it’s a bit sad that someone who is shit at modelling tries to make a game out of the only thing he can model and normie teens eat that up anyway?
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>>711082

I thought the story was he was trying to make nice looking games but because of the trash modeling they looked like haunted animatronics instead of improving his modeling/animation skills he built a game around the critique.
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>>711128
That’s what I meant. Instead of trying to improve his skills based on the criticism to make what he originally wanted, he decides to stay on that skill level. To me, I see it as sort of giving up and selling ineptitude. All of his models look like animatronics so he just makes animatronics now.
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>>711150
the guy has a net worth of $60 million. I really doubt he's losing any sleep over it.
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>>711165
Who?
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>>711082
Hey now, Desolation Hope had some beautiful robots. Everything else looked like trash mind you.



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