What was Sony’s stance on this again?
Whelp, i’d say Uhura looks right badass with that bowler hat — especially sitting on the cap’s chair. It’s as if she went all clockwork orange on his ass and ended up on top. Who’s captain now, ey Jimmy? Now hand over the regal cape. That sht’s for royalty.
Beat me to it.
You are correct sir! Here’s a link to the original image and a bonus gif ‘cause that’s just the kind of guy i am.
Still loads on my side after refresh. Anyways, just Bill being all beep boop diddly doop about puddin’ pops.
Considering my xbox hasn’t been on in 2 years, me neither-ish.. but hey, i’m always up for some new tech/toy news. This time around tho, there’s not much for me to get giddy about. The way i see it, Sony has the least least interesting offering to date. That’s as much praise as i’m willing to dish out at this stage.
Daww…. lookit the little guy! ^^
Dang. Fine, i share a LITTLE of your positive attitude.
I like your positive attitude. I don’t exactly share it, but i still find it admirable.
Um.. unexploded ordnance?
Ahoy! How’s everyone doing post big-news-a-thon? All sweaty and spent, i imagine.
Anyhoo, i’m pretty glad at all the info because it makes the decision process that much simpler. Yepp.
In other news, i tried a new class in Ragnarok Odyssey: the hunter (having tried the mage and the swordsman). It’s.. i dunno. It might be my favorite to date, but it’s definitely not the easiest to play imo. Underpowered in close combat, it seems to be made for wide area damage — now, getting that part right when you’re trapped in a small, blocked-off fighting area with a dozen swarming monsters (with different attacks) is something i’m still working at. I have to say tho that jumping and “hovering” while shooting arrows before mid-air dashing to the side is pretty neat.
Rainbows have flavor? Dude. I’ll have what you’re having.
I am such a dinosaur. All this cloud/connected/online/social/blaaaablablabla crap is so uninteresting/useless to me. Dammit, all i want is something to dump disks/carts/what-effing-ever into to play by myself.
Screw it. I’m building my own console.. with blackjack… aand hookers!
Well i for one like it. Tired of sissy rounded-cornered crap. Gimme manly sharp edges that’ll lop a chunk of meat off ya if you’re not careful.
I categorically refuse to play solo in MMOs. Thus, i am willing to accept that there are games out there (perhaps even very good ones) that i shall simply not play. If that’s what you were aiming at. If not.. then my poor addled brain doesn’t compute.
So it will be massively multiplayer?
Dude, i hope not — tho seems like my hopes will be easily dashed. I want an sp adventure in this world, not some mp title. Crappit.
So… what, basically fallout with ponies?
So a few close-proximity systems could have evolved into new pocket empires or something. Could be a whole bunch of’em to visit/explore. Which would also leave a crap-ton of isolated/abandoned worlds to go to as well.
I don’t think it’s even necessary for this kind of wipeout event to occur. The turmoil and conflict generated by the end of long-range space travel would kinda do that on it’s own (especially considering that many specialized planets would be heavily dependent on importing basic necessities just to survive). Imagine city planets cut off. Not much would be left once the planet-wide food riots and rampant starvation were through with’em.
True, there’d have to be some later disaster/intentional action that prevented use of the relays, but i’m sure something interesting could be invented for that without it being too simplistic.
As for ftl — faster than light doesn’t necessarily mean fast enough. Know what i mean? You could go faster than light and still take decades if not centuries to reach a far-off spot — and some sectors were separated by vast expanses of space. I think something could be done with this.
How about this: there IS no Council. There’s nothing left of the old structure because there aren’t any more relays and long range space travel ground to a halt. Everyone got stuck somewhere and those places either flourished or didn’t, no one really knows because, well, no one’s been able to go and see.. until now!
You play an adventurous someone from a world that managed to flourish (or not, maybe a dirt poor backwater barely dragging itself along) who either stumbles on a (cliche) super ancient alien tech that allows ftl space travel or you meet a crazy scientist that just invented it and dies or gets killed or something or whatever else plot twist and then you decide to head out and see for yourself (and for the first time in centuries) what happened to the ancient empire of legend that was ruled by the mythical Council. Along the way, some overarching plot would develop and even wackier/more grandiose adventures ensued.
Maybe also let players choose to be another species or something too.
This. Choose your species, gender, class, etc would be great! Landing on any damned planet and exploring it like in the first one would also be neat — provided they actually, you know, put stuff on those planets this time. Ruins, outposts, crashed ships — it’d be like Skyrim in space!
I just blew my mind. Skyrim.. (or fallout, whatever..).. IN SPACE! Where you can explore not just one, but MANY planets! Somebody! Make this happen, quick!
The next poll should be Marine vs Hellbat.
I’d be willing to go for more ME, but within the original formula (i.e. tps-rpg). Plus, i’d be really curious as to the kind of universe the third one’s ending left people with. I mean, it’s there and it “happened” so might as well make the most of it i say.
Klaatu! Verata! N-hrmpgf… Eh, good enough. What’s the worst that could happen?
To make the visual more accurate, he should’ve had a network cable around his ankles to choke himself with after the flip.
I kid! Oh, dem always online jokes!
I’d definitely go for some mixed ground/space stuff — imagine being able to build/exploit both space and planets. Heck, MANY planets! That would be awesome. Thing is, i’m not sure i want it in the ME universe. I’m kinda burned-out on it (not necessarily in a bad way, just.. you know.. kinda done with it).
Hm. How would you go about implementing that? Space combat? Ground combat? Both (ideally)? Thing is, would you fight the reapers? Those fights were super one-sided with an army required just to dent one of the muthas.