Broing is half the battle.
I don’t get the big appeal of this genre of games. But now I guess I can act like people who say sports are stupid.
An iPad port would be awesome.
Sounds great. Civ series is probably my favorite. Glad to see they are mixing it up a bit.
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Great game. I haven’t played since the beta ended but I am waiting for the iPad port.
Anyone else think his arms look disproportionately long compared the rest of his body in those pics? It might just be those poses but they do look a tad long.
Pretty good article. I am enjoying the resurgence of pinball, both in video game form and real machines.
You seriously want someone to jump the shark? I guess the battlefield series had to come to an end eventually.
Is this like Tengami? Aesthetically beautiful but no real challenging puzzles. I seem to always feel let down by games like this. Another example would be Sword and Sorcery. The soundtrack was awesome but the puzzles were simple and the pop psych twitter popups were dumb, in my opinion. I guess I am the type of person who prefers challenging puzzles over aesthetics.
An NFL licensed Tecmo Bowl remake on iOS would be great. But I’m sad to say virtually every football game I have played on mobile has been pretty awful. I don’t think twitch Football sims work well on touch screens. The one great football iOS game that I have played is Pro Strategy Football and it would be great if they had an NFL license to use real names and uniforms.
I think the author and I play very different games and play them for very different reasons. I like strategy games and racing/flight/football/pinball sims. I don’t think any of those types of games have a “queer” gap that needs to be filled. I mostly play games to have fun and don’t need them to teach me about social issues. In fact, I try to actively avoid any game that tries to treat social issues in any meaningful manner because those games are usually terrible.
Does anyone know if this is going to be a steam play game? It would be nice not to have to buy it again.
I’m wondering how high the devs were during the game jam. I don’t think you can be sober and come up with an idea of goats doing stupid stuff.
Just my opinion, but I think that Gone Home was overrated and just a bad game. I felt all the positive reviews were an attempt to show non-gamers that games can be more than shooters and can deal with social issues. I know the game wasn’t meant to be fun, but I don’t need to learn about a virtual family’s shit. I have enough real life family shit, I don’t need any extra helpings of virtual family shit.
I’m excited about this game. Though, I was hoping the kickstarter fans would choose dynamic weather over relationships. Fighting zombies and scavenging for food during winter seemed like a great way to add another layer of difficulty.