jdreyer wrote on Feb 15, 2022, 20:26:Except they used a gallon of glue in there to make sure battery replacement is hell.
There's no reason something like this couldn't last 10 years with mild repairs and battery changes.
One takeaway is that there is still no end is sight for development
Freddie wrote on Jan 16, 2022, 23:08:I agree, making a board game in 2008 with the name of an event that took on new meaning in 2019, was way too soon.
This is not surprising...making a game about a subject matter which has killed over 5mil people worldwide is in bad taste.....regardless if it's theme is to eradicate it. Something like this is just 'too soon', at least not while we are still neck deep in the damn thing
Mike1233 wrote on Nov 6, 2021, 08:25:It seems to be that someone launching a petition against a drug dealer, identifying him and where he peddles his goods, and getting a lot of signatures and attention, would at the very least cause him to move somewhere else.
Try to tell a drug dealer to stop selling drugs because it's bad and you'll have the same success rate as a petition.
Kxmode wrote on Feb 8, 2021, 01:19:No kidding. The pace at which Epic are adding functionality to their launcher/store makes it seem like they hired someone to work on it for 2 hours a month. Of which an hour is lunch break.
Epic needs to step up their game if they want to compete against Valve.
Kxmode wrote on Jan 25, 2021, 02:30:True, it gave them seizures instead.
I can't believe you decided to go the McDonald's route for quality comparison. Cyberpunk doesn't give people stomach problems when they play it.
Quinn wrote on Jan 17, 2021, 06:09:What country do you live in that has this as a work culture? Seriously, it sounds horrifying and I can promise you it is not a universal thing. Believe it or not, there are entire countries on this planet where the workplace is not a war between "management" and "workers". Where no manager would feel disgruntled workers are "waiting in the shadows". I pity you and hope you find yourself in a more healthy work environment in the future.
this is just another cowardly lynch mob pouncing at the first sign of weakness. It's nothing. It means nothing. It isn't unique. Every company has to deal with the mob one way or another.
jdreyer wrote on Jan 3, 2021, 18:27:Not related to this studio, but if you're on the lookout for a 4 player co-op game (works fine with 2 or 3 as well), my strong recommendation would be for Deep Rock Galactic.
So my fam and I have been doing a lot of gaming lately, including L4D2. There are 4 of us, so one of the games I wanted to play was Evolve by this same studio.
VaranDragon wrote on Nov 13, 2020, 02:49:
I got to the part where you get the shotgun and I stopped playing. I guess I can't get past the weird way you move through the world, the teleporting is seriously off-putting
Slick wrote on Nov 6, 2020, 03:54:I think you can safely sleep for months and still not risk missing out on the details of this election. It's one for the history books.
it's been 4 years, I'm not gonna miss it.
Quinn wrote on Aug 27, 2019, 04:04:
It was modern WoW. But my point is that we just wanted to run through the content asap because our goal was just to level up and journey through the classic part was just terrible, because it felt really old.
Quinn wrote on Aug 27, 2019, 03:27:Did you somehow play what's currently referred to as WoW Classic at that time, or just roll new characters in "modern" WoW? Because if the latter, the _whole point_ is that that experience is not even remotely comparable to Classic.
A friend and myself rolled new characters like half a year ago. The "classic" part was pure fucking agony, dungeons included, and we couldn't get to the expansion content soon enough.
eRe4s3r wrote on Dec 12, 2018, 06:04:Your post is a good example of everything that is wrong with people making comments online.
This game is a good example of everything that is wrong with games as a service.
necrosis wrote on Nov 14, 2018, 21:14:They did this the previous season finale as well (that's when I started playing the game, so I don't know if they've been doing it even longer).
Is this to try and win back people after they bowed to Chinese law?
VaranDragon wrote on Oct 25, 2018, 03:31:I'd say it depends on your expectations and preference. I saw where the game was headed and didn't pick it up at launch. Eventually, after a number of updates, I picked it up at a deep discount and found it to be.. perfectly OK. Not groundbreaking, not crap, a decent indie title.
So is the game any good now, or is this circle jerk thread about who has the biggest dick in the room?
VaranDragon wrote on Sep 19, 2018, 12:06:A lot of people, to be fair. Most adults in the "western world" with a decent job would be able to cough that up if they're into PC gaming. Some without thinking about it, some by prioritizing it. The question is, how many will feel it's actually worth it?
Might be worth it for VR (Rift or Vive) depending on the game you're using it with.
Then again, who the fuck has $1200 to spare on a graphics card?
VaranDragon wrote on Sep 14, 2018, 07:36:
I've yet to play the last one. Heard very good things.
eRe4s3r wrote on Mar 14, 2018, 08:21:After some googling it looks like it went on Steam in March, but they honor purchases through April and thus early Steam buyers also gets the DLC. (I bought my copy on Steam in April, and did.)
The April cutoff is when the game launched Early Access on Steam. Before April you could only buy it via their website and that included a line saying "includes all future content" unlike the steam early access version. I think it's actually incredibly decent of Take 2 to remember this promise.