Babylon Sticks: Priorities


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Babylon Sticks: Priorities comic

This is another custom casual gameplay comic created exclusively for JIG by Babylon Sticks creator, James Francis. Follow Babylon Sticks on Twitter: @babylonsticks.

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Not the funniest. In fact, it seems kind of lazy. Gamer rage plus improbable situation is not the winning formula here.

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castoffblastoff January 13, 2011 4:02 PM

It took me, like, a long time to figure out what was going on with the guy on the left's face. At first I thought he was an improbably happy man with black buck teeth.

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I had that too blastoff.

They're eyes and eyebrows. No other facial features visible.

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colorbomb January 13, 2011 6:00 PM

I think there needs to be an underline under, "would". I had to read it over twice to get it.

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I agree with colorbomb, this one was confusing.

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Anonymous January 13, 2011 7:40 PM

I love these comics, your guys complaints are the equivalent of art game haters. Keep 'em for yourselves!

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I would sympathize, but seeing as he's not carrying anything remotely console/comp-related, I'm fairly certain that had said saves not been deleted before, they're most certainly deleted (and then some) now, so....moot point?

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hikari no sakura January 13, 2011 10:11 PM

... As soon as I saw the JIG twitter about this comic, "save games" came to my mind.

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The line sounds really awkward. He's trying to fit all the information from the ongoing conversation into one sentence. But this sounds kinda forced as soon as you consider what this line would say in context:

"I can't believe you deleted my saves."
"Not a good time, dude."
"Then when WOULD be a good time to bring up that you deleted my save games?"

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Agreed, based on your usual high quality. This is a low point. Still, everyone has an off day....

@Jay I suggest using this as a 'bonus' caption contest.... Just a suggestion.

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@JIGuest
Generally, these comics are pretty funny to me. There is nothing wrong with a little criticism here and there, and frankly, your judgement about these complainers was uncalled for. I, in fact, love the art games here.

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