Well while we continue to wait for the final scores of our biggest CYS contest ever here, we haven't had a good old fashioned "Let's laugh at the CoGites!" (And especially the company which seems determined to alienate their own fanbase at every opportunity) thread in awhile so here's one now.
Apparently the sexual experience of text waifus are SERIOUS fucking business.
This is all just Lol.
Mainly because this is CoG and this shit is boringly predictable anyway so why even worry about it? Love Interest characters generally just go along with you as long as you don't horribly betray them or something.
Seriously, there's never a case in any where the main character tries to turn a hoe into a housewife and after sex, she says something like "Yeah, that fucking sucked. You obviously don't know what you're doing and this ain't gonna work out. Later."
If there actually WAS something like that, that would at least be more interesting.
Oh and apparently there's some CoG game where you can actually asked to be CUCKED. Predictably many CoGites picked this and then hilariously got angry about the results.
Well as they say, play stupid games, win stupid prizes.
There was also a question posed recently if CoG games were focused towards males. Yeah, beta males. Lol.
Wait... Is this a CoG incel?
"I accept only the purest of waifus! No way am I sticking my dick in a Stacey! That Revna bitch has probably fucked so many Chads, it'd be like throwing a hotdog down a hallway."
Honestly that's paling in comparison to the whole cuck thing that I guess some CoG game called War for the West has going on.
Actually getting a choice asking to be cucked. Then readers getting pissed about it when she cheats on them.
The outrage! I mean it's not like they can just play the game again and... You know... Choose not to get cucked?
I don't think CoGites know what "choices" are. I mean, just look at Paradox's story.
Apparently someone got triggered over the term "normal pizza" in a text because it implied that veggie pizza wasn't normal and that was offensive to vegetarians so the author changed it.
That... Might just be the most hilarious thing I've ever heard.
Though I am curious what is considered "normal pizza"... Pepperoni?
Nah, that's one of those weird, unnatural vegetarian pizzas.
What does RO mean in this context?
Thanks. Man, I know that CoG is monetized, so your reply just made me think of a sick monetization scheme where the reader has to buy those coins with real money and then spend those coins in order to unlock characters and read the sex scenes. I hope you hadn't meant it literally.
I think it's more a case of:
This one was so cringe even other CoGites didn't want to put up with her.
Banned of course. Lol.
... I would say this is, without a doubt, the least cute pie I have ever seen.
Washington D.C., 2075. You are a superpowered person at an academy for augmented people like you, but mastering your powers and making friends is hard, let alone when villains are about to strike.
Balance of Superpower is a 67,000-word interactive sci-fi romance novel by Rustem Khafizov. It’s entirely text-based, without graphics or sound effects, and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.
You are Rio Ramirez — a non-binary person with the power of perfect balance, but do those powers extend to balancing school, love, and villain-fighting adventures? Will you date a girl whose body is made of an indestructible substance, or a guy whose powers randomize everything around him? Each route you choose leads to a different, unique adventure: will you go to the Moon, or chase a superpowered serial killer?
Play as Rio Ramirez, a non-binary superpowered person.Determine their personality! Will they be extroverted and emotional or introverted and stoic?Raise your heroic stats. Will you be a hero who values stealth, a skilled fighter or a hero who offers support to their allies?Befriend or date one of the eight other students.Ten unique endings, including a secret one.A deep, carefully-crafted world of superpowered individuals with lots of lore.Can you bring balance to the world on the brink of a civil war?
You are a superpowered person (augmented) studying at an academy for those like you and regular humans. You will join a team of aspiring heroes and be forced to compete with the other team of students for the chance to graduate as official superheroes. You will attend classes, fight supervillains, go on wacky adventures and, of course, befriend or romance one of your fellow students! :slight_smile:
The beta version of the game is 600,000 words long without code and over 700,000 words with code (making it ten times bigger than the first game!). The average playthrough length is over 50,000 words!
Two distinct storylines depending on the protagonist chosen!20 romanceable characters: 12 for Rio and 9 for the new character!A rainbow of tones as the ROs have their own unique adventures which vary from light-hearted and campy to dark and disturbing!50+ colorful character portraits!Option to design your own distinct heroic outfit!Many heroes to meet, many villains to fight, and many places to see!The options to become an anti-hero or a villain instead of being a superhero!
For a second there, I thought he was talking about his own game, which would have been exceptionally CoGish. As it is... I'm going to give him the benefit of the doubt and assume he was exaggerating. Even if he wasn't though, I'd say this is probably one of the least insane things I've seen a CoGite say. Good thing CutiePie got banned or she'd probably be in the forum complaining that her superhero character didn't have the exact superhero powers that she wanted, and throwing a huge hissy fit about it.
As for The Hero Project... I was about to defend the game and say that I actually really enjoyed it. Then I double checked and realized that the game I was thinking of was Community College Hero, and I've never played The Hero Project in my life, so... Carry on. ^_^
Super hero shit in general seems to be popular at Cog, must be the whole idea of running around in colorful gay ass spandex.
It's weird when I think about it and realize that Batman (who runs around in some kind of bat-eared gimp suit) probably has the least gay superhero outfit. ^_^
The limp wristed hand of the CoGopo is still silencing dissent on all their platforms.
Good to know that the mods are working hard to keep the forums safe from all those pesky fans wanting to talk about popular games that the company directly profits from. ^_^
The great thing about all this is I've got a whole new source where I get these tidbits. No need to even look at anything CoG related directly at all. (Not that I was really doing it for years now anyway)
It took me an embarrassingly long time to put together cogite and choice of games llc
Fortunately for them CoGites tend to be a masochistic lot and will still continue to buy shit despite abuse. Hell, they've banned some really pathetically weak willed authors that for some strange reason still publish with them despite getting banned.
Though that hasn't really been working out as well lately given all the defections to Twine and such.
Looks like even some of the CoG pirates don't like their shit.