Should we consider Alexa's really creepy laugh the first sign of the robot gaining the symptoms of Ultron-level intelligence, sentience and insanity? I mean, I really don't like the idea of the world being overtaken by robots.
I really like the work of Sabrina Cotugno. She has a webcomic called Glass Scientists (Chapter I) it’s about a society of mad scientists in Victoria era London, and their leader, the apparently impeccably perfect Dr. Jekyll who “Hyde”s a secret. It’s fantastic. She was also a storyboard artist on Gravity Falls.
I would say Skyrim, as I have over 900 combined hours on both 360 and PC. (I had the 360 version first, then traded it in for a PC copy when I got a computer.) Although, thinking about it, I probably have more time clocked in Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. I would say at this point, I'd have 1000+ hours, as I keep going back to it.
Single-player only games or multiplayer-based games?
Multiplayer games, I suppose? I usually don't play single player games nowadays, but it's partly coincidence, I feel. It is true that my parents wouldn't let me play online until late 2014 and I never really had the chance to play multiplayer locally, so I still have a kind of fascination with multiplayer games.
Tell me your thoughts on the phrase "Honesty is the best policy." Do you believe it to be true in all situations? Is it a nuanced matter?