I used to practice kyokushin. At the moment I am practicing a different style of karate, and a bunch of other martial arts, but I have huge respect kyokushin.
In my opinion, the best way to gain the “never give up, never surrender” attitude is through martial arts training!
I’m not entirely sure if it’s always been like this but I think reviewers take Saturday/Sunday off.
It makes sense though, reviewers are people too
Anyway, I think it is very good for us authors, since it makes the queue somewhat predictable. Since you always want your new project to be released on monday/tuesday (that’s when the sales are highest and also there’s a bigger chance to get into the popular files of the week) you just have to upload during the downtime and you know approximately when it would be released.
I was really impressed by the female walks, up until the moment i got the “slow mo terminator walk away from explosion” walk -> my mind was blown
Try it out:
100% male 75% light 100% relaxed 100% sad
I feel for you man… it really hits you hard and disrupts your daily life.
What i learned when dealing with depression is that you really shouldn’t sit still and think about it. The more you think about it, the tougher it gets, kinda like a bottomless hole.
Just start doing something else, anything as long as it’s different.
A surefire way to clear your head is to grab a pair of gloves, find the nearest gym with a sandbag and go ballistic! Works wonders
I’ll probably need to start stockpiling projects soon ,because when it does come out it will be – Goodbye, World… Hello, Sanctuary
I’m pretty sure anyone who has played Diablo 2 has played it far more than they could remember, that game was just magical (a magical grindfest anyways :D)
Looking forward to the beta!
Just noticed that my project did not even make a full 24 hours on the first page… so sad…
Curse you generic businessman with no face, I hope you spill coffee on your fancy suit!
Congratulations! Keep on being awesome!
As a person who’s had a ton of rejections, I’d say it’s best to just trust the reviewers. When I had a series of rejections and was struggling to get a project approved, they were cool enough to give me pointers and tips (cheers placdarms!)
It’s just as everyone says – there are so many projects that it’s hard to give feedback to everyone.
Also it’s much more scary to get a project approved and then no sales. Then you will never get to know why, not even the “This File Did Not Meet Our Criteria”