The last one gave us The Ball and Antichamber as runners up, amongst others that I don't believe have had commercial releases yet.
PropheT wrote on Jan 12, 2013, 23:17:Assault rifles. More people are killed each year by bludgeoning (and bicycles, interestingly enough) than are killed w/ assault rifles, which comprise a fraction of 1% of homicides.NewMaxx wrote on Jan 12, 2013, 22:50:
What was the statistic? Oh right...more people were killed last year by bludgeoning than guns in this country.
Not for last year, but you get the idea that it isn't even a LITTLE close: FBI Expanded homicide statistics for 2007-2011
I seem to remember the quote you're talking about somewhere, though, and they didn't say "guns" they said a specific type of rifle.
Creston wrote on Dec 13, 2012, 11:02:In another year? I'm wondering who in their right mind pays to use them NOW! Can't they and Games For Windows Live just enter into some kind of suicide pact and let us be done with them already?
In another year, you'll be the proud owner of a service no-one in their right mind will ever pay to use again.
or even free release that will be standardized across desktops and phonesOh that's a GREAT idea - because people totally use their PC's exactly the same as they use their phones.
Verno wrote on Jun 11, 2012, 14:06:I'm not saying they look bad per se, just that they look very obviously like they are from a 7-year-old game. And I think that a lot of people might overlook or discount it for that reason. They've obviously done a ton of work on it and it's a shame that it's slipped this long and hasn't kept up with Source improvements better (more akin to L4D2 or Portal 2).
Err, I thought they looked pretty good? I'm more worried about them ever releasing it.
SXO wrote on Feb 28, 2012, 08:39:Holy crap that list is HUGE! I knew that UE3 was very pervasive, but wow. Also, the fact that *3 installments* of at least 2 different AAA blockbuster games (Gears of War and Mass Effect) have shipped on it speaks for UE3's power and longevity, or the overdue status of UE4. Or both.
Take a look at all the games that use UE 3.0, and you'll see there's quite a range of looks:
Darks wrote on Sep 24, 2011, 20:11:Bad move dude. I bought Battlefield: Bad Company 2 (PC) for the exact same reason, and the scumbag developer just arbitrarily decided not to ship it. That is, AFTER they shipped co-op DLC for Xbox.
That was the whole reason I bought this game was for the Coop.