thecakeisalie wrote on Mar 27, 2016, 13:10:
Sad to see a mediocre game (The Division) that is NOTHING like what was demo'd at E3 smashing sales records. It is all flash and no substance.
End of the Mine is horror sci-fi inspired with lots of slapstick humor.
"Atari announces"? How many times will this shambling corpse rise from the grave?
ZeroPike1 wrote on Mar 24, 2016, 10:16:
It looks like a wanna be Diablo type game with a zombie survival theme tossed on top [...] I'm not impressed at all, and I even looked at the video and screens + reading about it.
Beamer wrote on Mar 23, 2016, 14:09:
Borderlands and ACM/DNF had very different development processes and the quality of one in no way indicates the quality of the other.
Kxmode wrote on Mar 22, 2016, 22:27:
Creator bio: "I'm a digital painter, concept artist and hardcore gamer from Florence. I look for beauty in human beings, nature and history and I try to examine it through the point of view of disciplines such as novels, games, movies, architecture and fashion. I think art hides in all things and places, so I like to travel, learning and going through new experiences to improve my work. My italian heart is my guide. I'll always try to reach the highest levels, to jump over the flagpole! I avoid..."
Well that was way too much happy talk.
Orogogus wrote on Mar 22, 2016, 17:00:
The original is out of print, and it's a DOS game that people generally have to run in SCUMMVM. That's not really in reach for people who want to experience it for the first time now.
Julio wrote on Mar 22, 2016, 12:31:Life must be hard, seeing these pesky SJWs everywhere. I feel for you, brah.
I'd avoid buying this one, unless someone loves supporting SJWs.