There's so many different ways to demonstrate why a certain price of media doesn't work. It's only fair I made a thread about this.
If you want to sell a game, do not make your primary trailer a series of rapidly changing hideous color schemes.
N++ is probably a really good game (I enjoyed the original), but I would probably never buy it now on principle.
You should not watch this froth as in books and cinematics. We have my other forum for games. And you're right btw, that trailer IS terrible. It makes my head hurt.
One doesn't play a trailer (in the interactive sense of the word), so the watch categorization seemed appropriate. I realize I'm in a grey area though.
More on topic, one should not watch the CBS show Scorpion.
Take a room full of people, build them up as geniuses, then stick the dumbest and most socially inept language in their mouths. You have the plot of this show. Anyone who considers themselves even remotely intelligent or science-/technology-literate, should be insulted by how badly this show is put together.
As a very, very minor example, the main protagonist gets stuck in a room at one point where various chemicals incidentally mix to produce what is repeatedly called "chloride gas". As anyone with even high school level chemistry knowledge (or 10 minutes with Wikipedia) will tell you, "chloride" is the charged Cl- form of elemental Chlorine that exists almost exclusively in solid or solution form at room temperature along with a counter ion (see table salt _). It even plays an important role in human biology (see link _)
What he almost certainly meant to say was "chlorine gas" or Cl2, which is a gas and is poisonous (see WWI _). What makes this mistake so much worse is that the main protagonist is alleged to be extraordinarily technically savvy and a genius with an IQ of "197". A fact which is repeated to no end throughout the show.
If CBS makes a third season of the show, I'm going to look into whether it can be classed as a hate crime.
EDIT: This is not to mention CBS simultaneously declined to give Limitless a second season, despite being identical in premise (smart person doing cool things), but well written and funny.