How I wish I could have positive expectations about the writing.
To celebrate TGA nominations Dishonored is finally 40€ on Steam — meanwhile Eve Valkyrie, included in the list, remains at 60€ 😂
I love how recruitment in No Man’s Sky simply decides to ignore the old “learn alien languages one word at a time” mechanic ¯\(ツ)/¯
I thought No Man’s Sky would be a good podcast game but it might be a bad fit — it’s more zen meditation than mindless distraction.
I’m fascinated by the Glixel podcast. They’ve got individual mics and a “producer” and still manage to make the worst audio in the world.
The idea of the three biggest species each putting all their eggs in one basket rather than cryosleeping together is so depressingly 2016.
Thought I’d set a network share on my Steam screenshots directory so I’d post them from my Mac while playing but no of course it’s a mess.
Could you make a permadeath shooter where you only have one life per day — maybe even per week — or would players quickly lose interest?
I really like Titanfall’s traversal but not so much the titans, so I guess I should play a recent Call of Duty instead?
I’m glad to have a reason to pick Lighthouse tracking over cameras but I was hoping to avoid HTC — and the Vive still isn’t on amazonꓸfr.
I just spent half an hour pattering around Meadow as a tiny badger because I forgot on PC you have to press Shift to run.
I don’t wanna say the way Meadow’s animation system handles turning while running ruins the game for me, but.
Played Shelter 2 again to compare and either Meadow’s animation/camera is screwed up or that’s just how it is when forced to play with kbm.
Does Steam really need an email confirmation and a 15-day hold period when I sell a couple cards whose market value hovers at ten cents?
Please tell me someone is working on a No Man’s Sky MMO where each player builds their own planet — topography, ecosystem, landmarks.
I don’t care about Facebook’s summary of my year, but I’d love it if Steam did one: what I played, what my friends did, weird achievements.
I really enjoyed Spacechem until it lost me with the inability to debug each reactor independently from the others.
I was looking forward to playing the Forzas on my PC with a steering wheel; it didn’t occur to me that force feedback wouldn’t be good 😶
But yeah if your Medieval Fantasy game has potatoes, corn, tomatoes, chocolate, etc. and a stunning lack of people of color? It’s wrong.
When I last had a PC, CRTs were the norm. I just found out that everything doesn’t explode anymore when you pick a resolution too high 😮
The dissonance of a precise waypoint appearing on the map after a conversation that never specified a location always bothers me #lastRT
I’ve gotten my PSVR to work(ish) on PC and — even accounting for the hack — UX with SteamVR games is generally terrible, isn’t it?
I wish I didn’t have issues with the locomotion but the RE7 PSVR demo works great and… well, it works, and why would you want that.
“It’s very hard to stick with a character in a game that just seems to be having no fun at all”
That’s why 3 is the only Far Cry I’ve enjoyed, for instance. It’s particularly important to open-world games you’re stuck in for 30+ hours.
All this nerd rage over the Tracer comic would make me want to give Blizzard all my money if I wasn’t already doing that.
Sniffing my computer’s exhausts because I’m not sure if a capacitor exploded or a compacted soda can expanded spontaneously in the trash.
I just bought Battlefront on PC because it’s 10€ and I wanna play STAR WAAAARS at/near Ultra, but I’m gonna hate myself if the X-Wing VR mission never comes out.
Finally playing Dirt Rally with a wheel, and I still feel like I’m all over the place but now that means arriving third rather than last.
I’ve been in Mirror’s Edge Catalyst for about an hour and I’m about to break my controller over a horribly fussy instafail mission/tutorial.
I don’t remember reading in the reviews of Catalyst that the main missions were in fact much worse than the first Mirror’s Edge.
Just saw a real-life 18-wheeler get stuck on a railing and start over so I feel better about all my American Truck Simulator screwups.
Pokemon Go profit in one quarter for Nintendo = $115m.
Profit for Nintendo during 12 months of FY2016 = $150m (Before Pokemon Go)