Orogogus wrote on Nov 23, 2017, 13:34:Aye. Unfortunately it's a case of trying to get blood from a stone. They can't pay employees money they don't have.Verno wrote on Nov 23, 2017, 12:52:jacobvandy wrote on Nov 23, 2017, 12:26:
That sucks. It's one thing to be told the party's over, it's last call, get your shit together soon... But then you're sacked 5 weeks early with no severance or anything? Time to lawyer up, if there's anyone left to sue.
Yeah that's brutal, definitely worth talking to an attorney.
If they were running on credit and the bank called in the chips then I don't see who these people could sue -- Gazillion obviously has no money to give out.
Waaagh, what is it good four
Due to last-second changes to Star Wars Battlefront II's hero costs, I decided to hold my review, and won't post it until I have firm grasp on the new flow of the game. Electronic Arts clearly heard the uproar from the gaming community about the inflated costs of heroes, and slashed their prices by 75 percent.As much as I love beating up EA, in this one (and only one) case they're on the level. EA dropped hero prices by 75%. They then reduced the reward for finishing the SP campaign - and just the SP campaign - by 75%. None of the other rewards have been changed.
For instance, during my review, completing the campaign earned players a unique loot crate that contained 20,000 credits. That reward is now 5,000 credits. A big change. What else is different? I need to find out
Wowbagger_TIP wrote on Nov 1, 2017, 23:52:They are doing another Wolf season. It comes out next year.
Wish they would get around to doing another The Wolf Among Us or Borderlands season.
The Half Elf wrote on Nov 1, 2017, 17:02:It's very Ragnarok-centric in this trailer. Which doesn't do it any favors since said movie hasn't come out here in the US yet.
Just not feeling the love with this one. And as a Lego person I skipped The Force Awakens.
CJ_Parker wrote on Nov 1, 2017, 15:13:Thanks for the link.
BTW, here is the devs' more personal message regarding the recent development issues and the publisher announcement.
Looks like they've been going without pay for a while so WingMan & co. really needed this deal to make the game happen at all.
Tom wrote on Oct 30, 2017, 20:41:Huh? Valkyrie is a fantastic game. To this day it's still the best pick up & go simulator experience for the Oculus and Vive.
EVE: Valkyrie was an un-fun turd by most accounts. A bad game is a bad game regardless of whether you're playing it on a monitor or in VR.
Beamer wrote on Oct 23, 2017, 15:53:The conversations here tend to be more focused due to the fact that there's no voting mechanism. So you get a lot less Reddit-style garbage posting, because there's no karma or similar to rack up. Someone says something because they wanted to say something; they wanted to share their thoughts.NKD wrote on Oct 23, 2017, 15:19:Beamer wrote on Oct 23, 2017, 12:09:
I think the industry leaks stopped nearly a decade ago, right?
Back around 2007-2010 they seemed to be the originators of so much information, but it's been at least 5 years since I've heard them mentioned in a positive way.
I haven't heard of any big news coming out of NeoGAF in a long time. Gaming is a high turnover industry, so their insiders probably eventually ended up at companies where they had little information of value. That or they got tired of the NeoGAF circlejerk.
I think reddit took so much of what NeoGaf offered. If you want to talk games in general, or in depth, reddit offers more options. Particularly in depth. What remained were the ones that still found something there they couldn't find elsewhere -the circlejerk, which made it even more circlejerky.
Kind of like how Blues has probably lost views to reddit, but what remains is cranky old guys interested in the views of similarly cranky old guys because who gives a crap what stupid game the teenagers of /r/games are circlejerking over and who can be bothered to care about their nostalgia when it's nostalgia for 2008. Instead, we circlejerk over how Microsoft ruined Bungie when they bought Bungie, which is the weirdest thing to be angry about (and, honestly, like 2 people were, and got called out for it, but it's the funniest retrohistory of late.)
Man, we're the old guys.
Retired wrote on Oct 23, 2017, 08:01:I can already hear the cheers coming across the lake in Redmond.
I am sure a different streaming service will take over in the next 16 months.
RedEye9 wrote on Oct 23, 2017, 20:26:Prepare to be surprised. First run ratings are solid at 1.0, and the +7s are very good. I'm sure Fox is looking to make sure the ratings continue to hold, but if they do it's going to make for one of their most successful freshman dramas.
I doubt "The
OdysseyOrville" will see another season.
HorrorScope wrote on Oct 16, 2017, 14:20:Ubisoft San Francisco, to be precise. They previously did Rocksmith (and I believe were a contributing studio to Star Trek Bridge Crew).Creston wrote on Oct 16, 2017, 12:20:
So was this one developed by Obsidian?
UBI's South Park Division.
Hoop wrote on Sep 22, 2017, 19:14:I love fishsticks. How can anyone not?
Anyone here like fishsticks ?