They’re still a thing if you want to take sound seriously.
And I’ll also throw out Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies.
I would say Dungeons of Dredmor.
It’s been out a bit, but it’s the only roguelike I’ve been able to get into. It’s pretty awesome.
I’m glad it came out. Been wanting something like this ever since I was too late to buy the original. This game is a blast, & I definitely recommend it.
I feel like this is very nearly the literal least they could do. Why not like a Facebook page while they’re at it? That’s been shown to do all kinds of good world wide.
They aren’t even stopping gaming, just one genre. I might as well say I won’t watch The Departed today, but since it’s today, it shows solidarity. I might still watch Goodfellas, though.
I’ll be watching this one.
And everyone knows what happens when you assume.
It’s a valid point.
Tone of voice can’t be read, and using the wrong markers means you get read wrong.
From what I’ve heard, it’s much more the fact that game sucks and is completely broken on PC year after year and not the trend to online mobile experiences.
Football Manager seems to do just fine.
The Bioshock triple pack is not part of the linked-to page. It’s been on sale for almost a week now. The digital store is not part of the deals this article is discussing.
So, no magic loophole for you.
I’ll be mostly waiting for the digital goods.
I’ve been shifting to be a PC gamer. I won’t have consoles until first batch issues are sorted, and maybe even a new hardware revision is released so as to enjoy the few exclusives that are must-play.
The gist is if you want to stream to the TV, you had better hope no one else in the house wants to do anything. Since you’ll be occupying 2 computers and the TV.
In defense of Popcap, not pushing the big update was more Humble’s decision than Popcap’s.
Still strengthens my point, though. Wolfire/Humble will block app updates if they decide to.
Play store for me moving forward. I am glad for the devs that do support humble purchases in lockstep with the Play store, though.
Also, they got rid of Google Wallet, but kept Bitcoin? I’m apparently not their target demographic.
I will buy Ridiculous Fishing when it hits Play, as it’s the only game I don’t own that I care for in the bundle.
I don’t know how well their humble support will be post launch, but I know I will get support with the Play copy. Been burned by too many devs not supporting humble purchases.
You know what, you got me there.
I must not have been fully awake.
If the blu-ray player is the bottleneck, how does an SSD help?
Quick hint: it wouldn’t. Because you didn’t assume the hdd was the bottleneck.
If you’re going to argue that gog isn’t a “platform,” fine. PC is the platform, Steam is a service. And it’s not open. But go ahead and argue semantics.
gog supports about half the stuff you mentioned for Steam as well, just not as tightly integrated. Because, open.
He debunked the power of your internet connection. Reading comprehension is your friend.
Most open? Not by a long shot. gog owns that and there’s no taking it from them. Everything they sell is DRM-free. No limitations, activations, or worries about being locked out.
Not even SteamOS can trump that. It may be Linux based, but Steam in and of itself is not open, and you have to go into their garden to play.
No, Sony buying Gaikai is what’s helping them.