Also played DubWars which is a very fun concept: a twin-stick space shooter where you don’t control your weapons — they’re synced with the music. I’m not good (or, again, patient) enough to even finish the first stage but I really like the idea.
Looking at the Magic Leap SDK would be silly when there’s already so much I can do with the hardware I actually own. Looking at the Magic Leap SDK would be silly when there’s already so much I can do with the hardware I actually own. Looking at the Magic Leap SDK would be silly w
It’s gonna be kinda shit and I’ll quickly be tired of it but I can’t possibly not try it, can I — nor can almost anyone else.
I really love the extremely awesome “hostage demand” genre of negative steam reviews.
I’ve tried several times and I still don’t understand why people like Hollow Knight. I hate the movement, and it’s impossible to visualize my weapon range. What am I missing? (Other than “it’s pretty” and “the world,” that I’m not in a position to enjoy.)
How on earth is the Music category in the Steam library such an insane mess? How is it allowed to exist in that state?
There are valid business reasons not to include Origins in that list, but why no Syndicate?