CJ_Parker wrote on Nov 14, 2015, 23:00:
I'm also wondering why this even matters much. He only broke ONE wrist, right? So what? Speech recognition + corrections (if necessary) with the working hand = 80%+ capacity.
Quboid wrote on Oct 31, 2015, 00:33:yonder wrote on Oct 30, 2015, 19:05:
I bet Greenheart Games is ecstatic at the thought of people thinking this is a sequel to their superb Game *Developer* Tycoon!
They kinda ripped off Game Dev Story, I wouldn't feel sorry for them.
The Half Elf wrote on Oct 29, 2015, 18:55:
It's a fucking space sim, shouldn't the flight model be one of the first things you get done?!?
Bard wrote on Oct 28, 2015, 12:23:
Haters gotta hate
ldonyo wrote on Oct 28, 2015, 11:13:yonder wrote on Oct 28, 2015, 10:54:It's a reference to the Forgotten Realms games they added last time, based on the theory that you finally finished playing all of them. It is not a statement claiming the newly released games are part of the Forgotten Realms.
My memory is a bit foggy, so I researched it to make sure... and PLEASE correct me if I'm wrong... but...
Um... this is entirely incorrect. Forgotten Realms is a term for campaigns that take place on Abeir-Toril. Ravenloft takes place in an alternate dimension. Krynn is the Dragonlance world, the main contemporary fantasy/D&D world that gamers played in instead of Forgotten Realms. And Dark Sun takes place in the world of Athas.
Forgotten Realms is a specific campaign setting, not an all-encompassing umbrella term under which these worlds exist.
Whoever wrote this obviously wasn't even the tiniest bit familiar with what they were talking about, and that's a bit disheartening.
Pigeon wrote on Oct 24, 2015, 10:45:One trillion is plainly a large number, but size is always relative. For example, one trillion dollars are of enormous value, whereas one trillion grains of sand are but a small patch of beach.
I think someone needs to dump 1 trillion grains of sand on that judge's car. And while he's busy digging it out he can think about how what a small relative number of grains it is...
Vall Forran wrote on Oct 24, 2015, 20:24:Cutter wrote on Oct 24, 2015, 18:59:Lorcin wrote on Oct 24, 2015, 18:52:loomy wrote on Oct 24, 2015, 18:35:
both games are utterly incomplete
Nah elite delivered what it promised - an updated version of the classic. It even tacked on some multiplayer.
In terms of Elite vs Elite Dangerous it's a huge leap forward and a complete update of the original game.
Unfortunately gamers expect way more these days - but ED did deliver what was promised for me.
Oh so offline play and an editor are available now? Oh wait...
Get over yourself.
Retired wrote on Oct 19, 2015, 18:32:
They aren't even close. In real sports no one ever gets into trouble.
Burrito of Peace wrote on Oct 19, 2015, 22:34:Overon wrote on Oct 19, 2015, 20:58:
But I don't understand why he's so highly regarded. I don't think the metal gear games are good, especially the plots, which I think are terrible. I have seen better plots in anime. I don't get it clearly.
HERETIC! UNBELIEVER! Actually, I'm with you. They remind me of the fan fiction written by 14 year old boys.
Task wrote on Oct 11, 2015, 18:05:
And Mark Hamill back in action!
dsmart wrote on Sep 30, 2015, 13:15:JoeNapalm wrote on Sep 30, 2015, 10:41:
And even if SC implodes in a spectacular fashion, it won't be because Derek Smart was right. DS thinks that it can't be made because he couldn't make it, therefore, you should buy his games.
That's every bit as crazy as any of this.
Don't be daft. I have written lengthy blogs, complete with tech jargon, explaining WHY it can't be built. You should probably read them.