The Stanley Parable’s demo never convinced me, but this trailer totally does.
The only part of Far Cry 4 I enjoyed was Shangri-La, so I’m definitely excited for a “Far Cry Primal.”
I’m 100% on board.
Hope I can find enough people to play it with.
Is it impossible for players to have fun with a multiplayer mode that happens to be unbalanced? Reminds me of Evolve — from what I heard about the game, I was under the impression it was semi-ruined by the (perceived?) need for both sides to have equal chances.
Tried playing some games from my Steam backlog and two out of three just refuse to launch. Because gaming on a computer is the best.
I was really excited for Subterfuge coming out today, but the puzzles you have to complete (I assume? it’s unclear) before you’re allowed to create private games are too tough for me, leaving me the choice to either play random public games (that’s never gonna happen) or buy a $10 IAP up front for a game I’m not sure yet I’ll enjoy (let alone find friends to play it with).
Plus, the UI is rubbing me the wrong way — a few minor nitpicks but, most importantly, it’s not very good at conveying important information to players who haven’t already memorized the whole list of specialists and their respective upgrades.
It’s a shame that I’m unlikely to touch this game again, because I still really like the concept and implementation.
P.S. It’s just a dozen 2D sprites plus a tiny bit of math, so I’m not why or how it managed to empty my battery as fast as it did.
I’m playing 80 Days’ North Pole storyline, and I hate when a game only gives you two choices — harass an NPC like a creep or unintentionally friendzone them forever. You don’t construct a romantic relationship (even a short crush aboard a ship) by replying to every single sentence with innuendo. (Or do you? Maybe I’m a bit rusty there.)
Guitar Hero’s GHTV mode is a fantastic idea — though they’re bound to shut the streams down much sooner than Rock Band’s store will close.
Shouldn’t we have dynamic, algorithmic binaural audio by now?
VR evangelist: “What if you explored a cute Tuscan villa?”
Sony: “What if you were on a tightrope and you were in a gunfight with sharks?”
Somehow I had closed Shooty Skies before realizing the enemies throw projectiles at you. Yep, certainly more interesting now.
Finished all the puzzles in Subterfuge (mostly without cheating) and it doesn’t unlock creating private games. Guess I’ll never play it online then. (No way I’m getting the $10 IAP when I suspect that any friends I can convince to play it with me will never finish a single game.)
Didn’t love The Beginner’s Guide, but I’m so happy knowing we live in a time when games like this can exist.
I need to make my own.