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*SLAMS HAND DOWN* I LOVED THIS GAME (and I still do!). The game may have its flaws but I loved it none the less. I remember when I first saw it in a game shop when I came back from holiday, I was so excited bc I had no idea they made another one.
Needless to say, I was obsessed with this game and its story, maybe the story isn't as great as the other ones, but to me, it holds a special place in my heart. The music and characters (and Dwebble... I love him), oh and idk about everyone else but I loved the plot twist, I took me by complete surprise man.
GTI was the first pmd game I ever finished, it's also the only time I ever cried at the ending (mostly bc I hadn't been spoiled haha... rip me XD). I loved playing this game, building my paradise, looking for magnates (they are surprisingly fun, and a good way to get items & money, especially earlier on in the game). I'd go on more detail but I'd be writing a full-on essay at this point lmao
But there is this one line (well not exactly one) I'd like to share from the scene after the town runs in fear (minus Swanna) and the team is at a loss of what to do next:
Emolga: But if you just give up without trying, how is that gonna help?
Virizion: I think everyone just knows that things don't always work out in the real world. No matter how hard you try, things can't always be fixed... And the simple act of trying sometimes makes things far worse... I think everyone has had such experiences. And when you experience that kind of letdown again and again...... Then after a while, whenever anything happens, you find yourself thinking: "Trying just makes everything hurt worse." "What's the point in trying, then?" Deciding from the very start that there's nothing you can do is easier. It hurts less. All those experiences of failure and disappointment...... they put the brakes on any positive thought you might have. Negativity gets so deep into your heart, and it's difficult to get it out again...
Emolga: Yeah... It's gotta be tough to change something that's so ingrained in someone...
God the things Virizion says is so deep and lowkey relatable. And not long after this the team starts to think there really is nothing you can do about the bittercold. It isn't until Lillipup comes in (and later Herdier, Swaddloon and Leavanny as well) come in that they decide not to give up. And it's a really sweet moment too; while Herdier has seen everything he's worried about Lillipup's and Swadloon's future, they're just kids, after all, Leavanny while scared, is worried about her son, Lillipup doesn't want to lose Herdier and Swadloon.
Again, while the game has it's flaws- I still love it with all my heart anyways. I didn't mean to write so much woops, but uhhh yeah! Also, I never thought about the ending like that, that indeed would have been interesting for a post-game.