I deleted a Porygon that I meant to favorite so the only way I can save face is to uninstall the app.
I thought GTA Online’s rule against blowing up player vehicles couldn’t possibly survive very long, but apparently it’s still active?
Because damn that’s a lot of sharpness, detail, and texture on my MacBook Pro’s Retina screen that is unfortunately unusable for gaming.
(And I mean how hard would it be today, because obviously it will happen, whether in two, five, or ten years.)
I wonder how hard it would be to use machine learning instead of a hand-crafted algorithm to generate planets, animals and monuments.
I stopped playing Tomb Raider Go because of the spiders; this one should be safe.
Just as I was beginning to appreciate the writing in Reigns, I’m now stuck running blind in a textual maze.
Also I’m about to delete Out There after a few minutes of play, again, which confirms that I should avoid No Man’s Sky in its present state.
Replayed Out There for a bit (I deleted it after a few minutes the first time). Funny how much it “explains” of No Man’s Sky’s game design.