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Yeah, I feel like this too sometimes. It's probably because of some kind of self-pity, but there's indeed a certain pleasure in being sad. Not always of course, but it can certainly be this way. It's perfectly normal for humans to have a healthy level of self-empathy, so it's nothing to worry about, as long as you don't start to purposely sadden yourself to get this feeling.I don't know how I would describe it but sometimes when I'm in a sad mood there's this part of me that treats it like a guilty pleasure and wants me to remain that way even though by the next day I'm usually fine.
Quick question, but what is your favourite kind of humour in video games?but I enjoy the stupid humor way too much.
Hm hard to say, a bit of everything? I just like how hard and "balls in" certain jokes can be from that game, it's stuff you wouldn't expect and Duke Nukem just doesn't give two single pieces of garlic going all in... at least for a game that tried to be mainstream. Not everything is a winner (throwing turds for example) but on average they are pretty fun. Although... now that I think about it, it's almost a decade old game, I don't know if I'd find it funny in mid 2021. I don't tend to laugh that much nowadays.Quick question, but what is your favourite kind of humour in video games?
Mine is self-referencing humour, which can be found in many games, especially indie series like Shovel Knight and Shantae, which usually have a high fandom repesentation in their developments in the form of fundraising, "submit your own character", "your face in-game" etc. and are fond of referencing this in-game ("Hey, you look familiar!"), though it can also be found in series like Donkey Kong Country, where the old, grumpy Cranky Kong makes all sorts of fourth wall-breaking complains, some of which about the games themselves.