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xx Literally everything is broken.

August 27, 2014, 06:44:09 PM by Forte
Literally. We have our best internet scientists working on this.

The forum works fine.
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xx It's not broken anymore.

June 16, 2014, 05:37:33 PM by Forte
Despite having FSnC's top scientists on the case for the past few months, no one could ever figure out what was wrong the code we have running our comics section. Fortunately, that is no longer a problem, because it seems to have fixed itself.

Perhaps we were running an outdated or poorly configured PHP? Who knows.

In celebration, and thanks to Blackhook's ceaseless work, I've added the most recent pages of MegaMan Dissonance. Can you believe it? That's a whole ten pages!

Enjoy, and remember to check back frequently to the internet's favorite deceptively active website.
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xx Yep, it's broken.

March 30, 2014, 10:13:27 PM by Forte
I've been watching the Comics section for some time now, wondering if the issues it's been having are a glitch of some sort, or if the system somehow broke itself outright. After about a month of knowing about the issue, I realize now that the answer is certainly the latter.

For now, the comics section is offline and will remain in such a state of disarray until I have the time to actually go in and fix it, which will probably only actually roll around when I get out of school in early May. Sorry to have to deliver such bad news.

I may find the time to apply some fixes in the nearer future, but I can't make any promises.

That's about it in terms of news. Thanks for stopping by!
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xx Happy Belated 8th!

February 10, 2014, 11:21:50 AM by Forte
I bet the casual observer thinks that we're dead. The casual observer is wrong, of course, but we do put on a convincing act of being dead, especially when the 16th of January was almost a month ago.

I'll be honest, I don't even remember what I was doing on January 16. I'm pretty sure I was getting settled into another semester, maybe getting my classes straight, maybe dealing with the Mighty No. 9 forum controversy... something. It's not like me to forget my own website's anniversary either way, so to both FSnC's regulars and the casual observers mentioned above, I'm really sorry.

Unfortunately, no matter how sorry I am, I can't go back in time and celebrate the 8th Anniversary of FSnC on the day it's supposed to have been celebrated on. Fortunately, like my own birthday pretty much every year, we can just celebrate some other time. We don't really have anything planned out yet, but stay tuned for what we might end up doing.

In the meantime, maybe read over some comics again? Thanks for visiting, even though we look kind of dead and empty. We had a pretty tough end of year 7, but I think we learned, no matter what happens, FSnC is going nowhere.
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xx Why not... y'know...

September 01, 2013, 06:26:30 PM by Forte
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mightyno9/mighty-no-9

Maybe just sort of donate to this project. Surely if you're here, you've already heard of it, so I probably don't need to explain it, but if I do, it's a kickstarter for a game made by Keiji Inafune, who, if you're here, you surely have heard of already.

Do... do I need to explain everything? Ok. Keiji Inafune is one of the creators of MegaMan, you know, the little blue robot guy whose games this site is based around and who recently confirmed his own appearance in Smash Bros Kerfuffle. He left Capcom three years ago because Capcom is one of many companies that we can say for sure is everything wrong with the video game industry in this age, and started his own little company so he could do what he wants. Truly the man is living the dream.

Anyway, he asks for the meager sum of $900,000. For those of you who don't keep up with how outrageous the budgets are for video games, he wants to produce this game at literally a fraction of the cost of huge and often underwhelming titles. Even at the furthest stretch goal of $2.5 million, this game's budget is far far undercutting the budget of titles such as Call of Duty and The Last of Us. That's just a personal rant from me, I suppose.

Anyway, back on topic: the game so far appears to be the spiritual successor to MegaMan, so if you're big on the classic feel of MegaMan and really want to help a game along, consider donating to it. Hey, if you donate $60 (the average price of a full game) you even get a ton of physical goodies in return, along with a copy of the game. Think of it as putting a reserve down.

And... that's pretty much all I have to say. Sorry that I don't do a great job keeping FSnC in tip top activity shape lately, but what can I say - travel was in session and school IS in session. Stay tuned for more updates!
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