Quboid wrote on Dec 11, 2016, 00:55:
What's the similarity between Clinton and Park?
Dagnamit and loomy, you're not helping. You've managed to be worse than the Trump supporter.
SlimRam wrote on Dec 8, 2016, 19:15:
Eat a bag of dicks 2016.
Mindweaver wrote on Dec 7, 2016, 12:57:
I may pick this up for my Vive as well. The only really bad thing I've heard was that it doesn't have melee.. But you can pick up objects like pans and what not and hit a zombie after it's "dead"..
So, hopefully they add it in an update.
jdreyer wrote on Dec 7, 2016, 20:29:
Starbound 1.2 [UNSTABLE].
"Hi paying customers! Please test our game for us!"
Ozmodan wrote on Dec 6, 2016, 10:32:
Seriously I find that VR is just not ready for the gaming public. Overpriced and poorly designed, just a waste of money at this point.
Darks wrote on Nov 21, 2016, 12:35:
When I first saw the title I was like dammit, do I need to go in and change my password again? Was glad to see that this is an add on and not a real breach in their security.
Saboth wrote on Nov 10, 2016, 20:02:
Yeah, Trump's not a fan of consumer protection laws or agencies. Problem is, the "free market" only works where there is competition, and broadband has virtually no competition for many Americans. This presidency is going to be terrible for pretty much anyone that isn't already mega rich. Expect to see some draconian legislation that makes SOPA or PIPA look like child's play slammed through at some point. Americans really F'd up this time. I don't care how "shady" or "unlikeable" Hillary was. Trump's going to put a hurting on everyone except corporate interests.
RedEye9 wrote on Nov 1, 2016, 10:35:
The switch looks like a stinker.
Kxmode wrote on Oct 31, 2016, 20:59:Slick wrote on Oct 31, 2016, 20:01:
No idea why 3rd party companies are releasing products only on the (as of right now) inferior VR solution.
It is possible the "inferior VR solution" has easier API tools.
Kajetan wrote on Oct 26, 2016, 12:50:Beamer wrote on Oct 26, 2016, 12:14:His video game movies did NOT make money. They dont had to. Boll used a german tax loophole, where investors could write off large sums when they invest something in a movie. The movie had to be produced and released to gain from this, but in no way it had to make money in itself. The tax relief was the goal, not the movie making any money. And as this loophole was closed ... Boll stopped churning out video game movies, did nothing for a while, than made two films with his own money, tried several crowdfunding projects (none reached its funding goal) and now he's FINALLY done with terrorising the world with his "movie making".
But they weirdly made him enough money to do other movies, all of which look stupid but most critics seem to find less stupid than the video game movies.
Bundy wrote on Oct 26, 2016, 10:11:
I picked up an Oculus last week and just tried this last night. Not sure I can ever play it on a standard monitor again. It's pretty awesome.
jdreyer wrote on Oct 22, 2016, 14:31:
Last Guardian? What's that, a new FPS?
Seriously though, I would love to read a postmortem about why this took so long.
PHJF wrote on Oct 21, 2016, 11:24:
Love to play Battlefield but I'm not about to supplant my decision to never use Origin, "it's really not that bad a platform" bleating not withstanding.
jdreyer wrote on Oct 20, 2016, 14:30:Scottish Martial Arts wrote on Oct 20, 2016, 12:43:SirKnight wrote on Oct 20, 2016, 12:15:The Half Elf wrote on Oct 20, 2016, 12:04:
Looks like yet another underpowered console (that finally gets Skyrim, and does it get mods?).
Keep your mobile gaming market. Kill off your consoles and start making your awesome IP's for other systems/pc's.
*wonders how long before a kid looses the controllers*
Raw horsepower isn't everything. Sometimes you have to scale the power back a little to bring up other areas. This is obvious by what Nintendo is trying to do with the Switch. It's also obvious with cars where what good is 1000HP if you can't hook up? You'll end up getting beat by someone with <= 500HP.
The Switch looks incredible in every way and I will be pre-ordering this ASAP.
Indeed. This won't appeal to the Bluesnews crowd, but it does seem very nicely targeted to how most casual gamers -- which is basically everyone in their teens, twenties, and thirties -- play games these days. And from a hardware design standpoint, the seamless transition between different usage modes is very, very cool. Whether it's effective at making gaming wherever seamless, or just a gimmick, remains to be seen though.
Pretty sure it's the latter. No one is going to want to carry around yet another device. I don't see anywhere that this can connect to the internet. Does it replicate other tablet functions? Is the screen multitouch? People will expect these things. And cartridges??? The '80s called, wants its tech back. And those minicontrollers are unuseable.
It's interesting that this video is pitching this to adults, when children are much more the target audience. Hard to imagine adults shelling out for this for their kids though, when a tablet offers gaming and so much more functionality for much less money.
Don't get me wrong: it's cool tech. It's just completely impractical.