The Costume Shop: Daisy (17/30)You have just arrived to a brand new costume shop. It was heavily advertised as being "able to get you into character," their commercials showing animated people turning into whatever costume they put on, essentially becoming that form. They retained memory and all, and it was a big push for quality costumes. Business was generally very good for a while. The advertising team wanted to use SFX to have real people become the costumes, as a test showed that people would enjoy actual people and would sell costumes better. With business on the decline, they had no choice but to go for that advice. However, all SFX teams who were able to do it were much to expensive, leaving the store in a jam. Luckily, they found a someone willing to do it for free, granted they used the costumes he had hand made. He would also need his own space in the store for the filming, which the store agreed too. The man set up his area in the back of the store, along with a closet for the costumes to be used. You weMore Like This
Peach's AdventureMy name is Kyle. Until last night, I had a brother named Brandon. The story I’m about to tell is the story of his disappearance. I don’t expect anyone to see this story, and if they did, I wouldn’t expect them to believe it. I’m recording it to…make sure I’m not crazy, let’s say. Although I’m not even sure of that right now.More Like This
Brandon came home with this WiiU disc he had ordered from some sketchy site based out of Japan. He couldn’t read any of the Japanese, but there were a few sentences in English, namely that the disc contained a beta version of an unnamed Mario game that Nintendo had abruptly stopped production on halfway through. Well, with a description like that, he couldn’t resist—he always was a sucker for rare games.
When he gets it, the box is blank: just the black plastic box with the clear sleeve over it. The disc is blank too, no title, no logos, no nothing. Not a good sign: you figure you turn something like