Except maybe Peeta.
what i’d really like is for someone to objectively watch me for a week or so and then just sit down with me for a few hours and explain to me what i am like and how i look to others and what my personality is in detail and how i need to improve where do i sign up for that
are you trying to sign up to be stalked
you can debate video game consoles all you want but valve became a multimillionaire company selling digital hats and nothing is going to change that
cecil refuses to let carlos cut his hair and things get ou t of haND
'Frozen is Disney's first movie about sisters!'
videogame genres; action-adventure games
An action-adventure game can be defined as a game with a mix of elements from an action game and an adventure game, especially crucial elements like puzzles. Action-adventures require many of the same physical skills as action games, but also offer a storyline, numerous characters, an inventory system, dialogue, and other features of adventure games. They are faster-paced than pure adventure games, because they include both physical and conceptual challenges. Action-adventure games normally include a combination of complex story elements, which are displayed for players using audio and video. The story is heavily reliant upon the player character's movement, which triggers story events and thus affects the flow of the game.
Heavy Rain is NOT an action/adventure game. It is in it’s own, separate genre, called “Interactive Drama.” BEYOND: Two Souls is more of the same, both games from the same developers known for making games with incredibly complex stories in which the entire plot is driven by the players good or bad actions.