This is the first time I have ever interviewed a reader for a blog post. I can only say Thank You for asking me to do so.
I hope you’ll think of me if you can’t find a way to check out the rest of my blog, but if you do find something here that you want to contact me about, please feel free to shoot me an email.
I just want to let you know that my email address is on my contact info on the home page. I would be most happy to answer any questions you might have regarding my blog.
It’s a bit of a weird experience when you’re only on the internet for a couple of months and then you’re suddenly given a chance to comment on a blog post. I don’t know if I’m over it yet, but maybe I am. It’s kind of strange to still be reading my blog, but I guess that’s what happens when you’ve been a fan for so long.
Yes, it is, and not just because so many of us (that we know of) are fans of the series so we know the people who make the games. Our blog post writers know us and they are nice people who want to continue to write posts that are useful and fun to read. We have some of the best names in fan blogging in our group and they are extremely kind to us in return.
We’re actually doing some more research into the mechanics of death-looping and it’s the same with the gameplay in Deathloop. There are a few things that we’re not doing that we’re not doing. Let me know what you think.
We have some more information on Deathloop, including our new gameplay trailer. And we’re actually going to be doing some more research into the mechanics too.
You can see the information we have about Deathloop in our Deathloop page on the official Deathloop website, which is linked to our DeathLoop page on Twitter.