If you've played Crossing the Animals: New Horizons, you won't need to explain how often – too it is annoying – pesky sea bass can be heard. Everywhere, it stands between you and other unpleasant and desirable alternatives in every direction, and each time you catch one, you're greeted with the rope, "Hold me by the sea! No, wait – at least it's C +!"
For me to learn that one line repeats repeatedly drives players crazy; A review of the popular YouTube Girl channel is actually up to the build Billie Eilish parody titled & # 39; Bass Guy & # 39;
As it turns out, the comedian himself admits that even though he's tired of seeing it. In cord Posted on Twitter, Nintendo's Rob Heiret told us how the joke was coined, explaining that the team knew that players were forced to see it over and over again and how that thought affected its creation. Here's what he had to say:
"If you've played the game, you're tired of the sea bass joke. I get it. I'm tired of the jass bass joke, and I wrote it. Well … maybe Cass–)
And while working on fish jokes, someone pointed out that, as human jokes would see many times, often, with disappointment and nothing better, maybe it would have been better to throw it in hope. Make it a C + instead.
From the standpoint of comic genius, it's the same joke, depending on the "sea" and the "C" to change the way you see the animal's description (and, let's be honest, it may work better as a verbal joke than in print, but the fish has sailed).
However, my point is, we were doing our best, down to the details you might have never thought of, to make this the most beautiful, comforting, and funny game we could ever make. And I know the dev team was doing the same. "
So, next time you find yourself annoyed by "at least C +!" a joke, save the thought of a poor home team he had to come up with something, knowing that whatever they were writing would start to come true in the end no matter how good it was.
For what it's worth, we think the fish and insect bites are great!