Caladell wrote on Dec 31, 2018, 00:22:
Have they added in invert Y yet? It seemed cool when I tried it, but just cannot play an FPS without it.
MoreLuckThanSkill wrote on Jul 29, 2018, 21:10:jdreyer wrote on Jul 29, 2018, 20:49:
I want to see a Battle Royale game based on The Thing. If you are human and kill a human, you're both out. If you're the thing, you try to kill or convert as many humans as you can. I haven't worked out the rest.
There is already at least one game or mod for a game like that, although not based on the Thing. I think it was zombie related? Any 'zombies/infected' that kill any player turn that player into one of the non-humans, who are all against whoever is left... I know I've played at least one maybe two of that sort of mod in the past. I feel like it was a Source mod. Sorry, can't recall the name, obviously.
HoSpanky wrote on Feb 2, 2018, 19:44:
I think this is a free weekend deal, as it still allows you to buy the game for $20. I guess we'll see what it does come Monday.
Beamer wrote on Oct 19, 2017, 12:32:RedEye9 wrote on Oct 19, 2017, 11:18:Tipsy McStagger wrote on Oct 19, 2017, 11:11:throwing good money after bad
I'm confused... are they just trying to light all their money on fire?
People complain when a dev gives up on a game too quickly. Hell, people complain when EA shuts down the server of something released 10 years ago.
Even though this clearly isn't the best use of money for Boss Mode Games, I'm not going to knock or mock a dev giving more content to its paying customers, even if there are only 10 of them.
MoreLuckThanSkill wrote on Sep 26, 2017, 14:00:
Wasn't this game 'ruined' by the latest patch? Aka taking all the speed and skill out of the game, or something? Speaking third hand, I didn't buy this game, but was considering it until I read all the recent negative reviews about patch 1.4+
gsilver wrote on Sep 6, 2017, 14:07:
I liked Chivalry but never got around to trying this one (I was usually busy the times that they had free weekends)
Gonna give it a try this weekend. Probably.
MoreLuckThanSkill wrote on Aug 13, 2017, 18:28:
reading about bannings, when it's still in Early Access, is a bit of a turnoff. Catering to streamers is a huge turnoff, but I guess that's how multiplayer games work these days.
MoreLuckThanSkill wrote on Aug 13, 2017, 18:15:
All I know is, if I get into a car in 99% of the FPS games that you can get into a car, I'm going to lay on the horn if I feel like it. That shouldn't be a bannable offense. The fact that it is, is a fault of the developer(s) or whomever they chose to run their servers/client list/whatever.
*BEEP BEEP* You're about to get run over by a damned jeep, in a FPS! Classic Battlefield. Apparently it's sacrilege in PUBG.
I don't like people deliberately trolling others, but the horn thing seems extremely minor. Why put the horns in if they are only going to ban 'regular' people to protect 'privileged' streamers? Mind boggling.
jacobvandy wrote on Aug 13, 2017, 17:18:
Nevermind how difficult it can be to locate someone in the map, what about how small the chances are that you even get put into the same match as a streamer and can identify when you do? It's not like DayZ or any number of other games where it's as simple as finding out the name of the server they're on and choosing to connect to the same one, the matchmaking is all random and anonymous for the most part, isn't it? With all the dumb luck involved preventing you from purposely doing it whenever you want, how can it possibly be such a significant issue that rules need to be made about it?