Also in the Young Horses part, “wasless” should be “was less”.
Thanks so much Chris for this site. It’s stuff like this and all of the other stories that keep me up at night working so hard on my own games. You guys did an incredible job for E3 as well with the coverage. I have to go back and watch more of the video segments.
Are you or any other Polygon guys going to be at PAX Prime this year?
I totally agree. The second one is on my favorite games of all time. Do you have it for the Xbox? I’m ranked 907 out of 277969 (just checked).
Sir, you forgot your robe.
Gigawings, thank you! So many people have a rather watered down or disproportionate concept of value these days. The movie passes are a great analogy. A regular pass is $11-12 where I live and you have to drive there as well, which adds $4+ in gas. And you can’t take the experience home with you (legally).
The guy has a watercooler jug of Pepsi Max with a tap on it. That’s a pretty serious commitment. I can’t say I don’t wish I could do the same with freshmade coffee, but I can stop and take a break for 10 minutes every few hours and get a bit more.
Looks really nice and atmospheric. Arthur, did you feel constrained in the world as to location options or did you feel like you generally could go where you’d like more often than not?
I totally agree. I love the first one. It has many layers of strategy that take time to peel back. For players that go for high score, there are few games that can offer more of a challenge.
I’ve drawn a lot of inspiration from their phase system and the manner in which their enemies come into the game into my own game.