El Pit wrote on Sep 21, 2017, 04:00:Nonono ... all wrong. Are there no decent jesters anymore? Look at the headline! Again, from the start! 1-2-3 ...
Verno wrote on Sep 20, 2017, 09:20:No, its not. But i yelled for the first hour, steaming with anger, made actual, literal bitemarks in my keyboard. The interface WAS HORRIBLE!!!!! Yes, you get used to it as humans can get used to very bad things over time. Still, the interface remains horrible to this day.
A lot of people actually liked Gothic 1, so yeah sorry you are definitely acting like a jerk. It's not an Ed Wood type videogame or something.
Icewind wrote on Sep 19, 2017, 05:36:Obsidian is still going strong, also inXile. And lets not forget Bethesda. I dont like their sandbox games, but they were essential in keeping the RPG genre popular. Whenever someone said, that SP games, that expensive RPGs are dead ... you just had to point at Morrowind, Oblivion, Skyrim, Fallout 3.
As for Europeans suddenly kicking the shit out of the US...they've been doing it since Gothic 1.
OpticNerve wrote on Sep 19, 2017, 03:26:Yeah, lets make it into a pissing contest, because we have not enough of them already
Lately the Europeans have been kicking the shit out of the US when it comes to quality and memorable RPGs.
Saboth wrote on Sep 17, 2017, 16:25:It was for a few days. Which is quite a feat for a niche game.
Hope D:OS2 is going great. Kind of expected it to be first place.
MT Silver wrote on Sep 12, 2017, 07:04:Read it again. May be when you are less angry. He proposes NONE of those things you think he proposes.
I hope nobody listens to his dumb proposal of self-censorship For The Greater Good.
Cutter wrote on Sep 5, 2017, 10:49:You dont wanna know ... Spoiler: Very!
It makes you wonder just how psychotic some of these CEOs really are.
Nucas wrote on Sep 4, 2017, 01:48:No, its ok. There is a reason why the 90s are considered to be the Golden Age of Video Gaming. A reason not based on nostalgia, but hard facts. Some of them you already listetd.
definitely. sometimes i think i'm just being nostalgic but when i objectively step back and just look at the titles released from 97 through 2000, it really was just an absolute avalanche of groundbreaking titles, many of which still stand their ground today. i guess it makes sense, it really was the wild west back then, everyone was trying to push forward technology and try new gameplay conventions, whole genres were born. and i guess the publishing scene hadn't yet been monopolized. or i don't know, maybe i am just talking out of my ass, i can't pretend to be impartial.
Jivaro wrote on Sep 3, 2017, 17:25:If ... and when, probably not enough to be noticable.
I know this might cost me my PC Gamer card but if a feature like this can make my mid-range gaming PC perform better when all I need it for is that particular game AND I can turn it on and off at will, I would be willing to at least give it a go.
Necrophob wrote on Aug 29, 2017, 12:15:Dont worry. I drowned ... because i was not thinking in three dimensions. There was a left and a right, an up and a LOT of down. Down is where you had to go. All the way down
I could never really get into Rune when it came out, although I loved the look of it. The platform aspects and huge confusing levels killed it for me. I remember being stuck on the first real level for hours, in the first damn cave.
eRe4s3r wrote on Aug 28, 2017, 00:58:Valve isn't Nintendo.
I somehow don't think Valve is gonna let that fly... especially not in Unreal Engine ^^
Nucas wrote on Aug 25, 2017, 14:42:Are you sure that bitter fan reaction made MEA less successful than the predecessors? Just look at all the hate CoD gets and then look at the sales figures ...
he probably feels pretty comfortable in that assessment now after seeing the mass effect franchise completely destroyed and 'retired' after the complete fucking hysterics people were in over andromeda.
El Pit wrote on Aug 22, 2017, 09:15:There is no technical reason for these games being a W10 exclusive.
+And there has NEVER been a time where you had to use the latest windows version for a new game because... Oh, wait.
+You have to use this store, because no other store has store exclusive games and... Ehm... Wait...Yes, this is annoying. Everywhere.
Funny. Some people are just funny. Whatever, buy the game or don't buy the game, but the lamentations of some biased gamers are just hilarious.It is sad, that there are people, who are offended by other people critizising their favourite "thing". Have you such low self esteem?
Theo wrote on Aug 22, 2017, 08:29:I do not have technical problems with UWP. I have a problem with the lack of choice:
xLith wrote on Aug 21, 2017, 20:24:They are not. I too prefer everything in one place or ideally no DRM at all. Therefore i simply do not buy games, which force me to use other clients.
I too wish I could just keep everything on Steam but those days are long gone.
Parallax Abstraction wrote on Aug 18, 2017, 11:28:He is. He now works for the new studio.
So wait, this is published by Focus and developed by Sabre. So the original developer's not involved in this at all?
FloorPie wrote on Aug 15, 2017, 14:14:I once worked for a company, where employees and customers alike had to suffer through horrible descisions, brought upon the world by the clueless wife of an already not very competent CEO.Kajetan wrote on Aug 15, 2017, 12:50:Chicks ruin everything.
"Battle" is a military term. Maybe the wife of some CEO thought that the company has to be more family friendly.
Cutter wrote on Aug 15, 2017, 12:20:"Battle" is a military term. Maybe the wife of some CEO thought that the company has to be more family friendly.
And this why marketing departments are nothing but a waste of time and money.
Nullity wrote on Aug 8, 2017, 14:38:Jim Sterling died MANY times while he was trying to escape a gamebreaking glitch. Nothing happened. The guy at PCGAMESN died fifty times. Nothing happened. The blacking reaches a certain point, then stops. You can die after that happily again and again and again ... there seems to be no permadeath.
After doing a little research, it seems as though there are conflicting reports, and there may still be permadeath, but it could have some conditional safeguards.