I like shiny things.
Well, to be fair it was Infiniminer, and Notch found that and made it a bit more accessible.
Swing Copters is a high profile game? :confused:
I think reggae has been a sort of interest for a while. The Japanese have this fascinating ability to take another culture and then kinda do it better than the original…
But mostly it was. And that awful Another World sequel kicks MegaCD
And Sonic CD felt weird and underdeveloped. The levels had messy flow. And the future zones had no point as you only needed to get to the past to destroy the two bad things for a good future. As a huge retro Sonic fan, I just couldn’t get into SCD. It’s as weird as Chaotix on the 32X.
Who are these jerks making death threats? Not just to the author, but in general, on Twitter etc. – it seems those people are the really imbalanced ones. Unless it’s with someone you know really well and you’re absolutely sure they’re sure you’re just joking… Well, even then it can be dicey. No. Just no.
You can scope out and tag enemies with a camera, you say…
The film will last 30+ hours and mostly be repeated side distractions which, whilst quite enjoyable at first, will slowly start to fatigue you. Sometimes the lead will perch moodily at a high point for a panoramic shot. A few memorable characters will be in it, but generally be a bit underdeveloped. And the main plot will poke its head in from time to time but ultimately not resolve anything, leaving it for the inevitable sequel coming out a year later.
If only there were a way to readily access knowledge and facts on the internet… ;)
A similar thing happens in Japan with the bombings of the second world war. They don’t learn too much about why Japan was bombed, or the atrocities of the Japanese forces.
Origin? No thanks!
Looks like scrappy leftovers from AC3 and AC4, reheated and served up. Yech. No. Stop. Let AC have some TIME before shovelling out yet another instalment which will require 30h+ of time investment, much spent on simple side stuff.
And to think Phil Fish suggested that Japanese game devs weren’t innovating… ;)
King didn’t turn once beloved franchises into cynical cash grab POS’.
Well, the lack of ME3 on Steam, where my ME1 and 2 purchases are, kind of made it a no buy for me.