tl;dr I would be extremely into Elon Musk hiring Ken Levine to produce a vanity FPS/RPG where Musk is some Andrew Ryan-style philosophy-spouting villain on Mars
There’s a great feature in Far Cry 5 where if you skip some quest giver’s dialogue, they’ll give you a super quick TL:DR rundown of what you need to do.
When Unavowed gives you a game-halting moral choice in a situation where it makes no sense for the world to wait for you, the NPCs keep talking among themselves behind the prompt in order to delay the action and it’s the most beautiful thing.
Also how did the industry go through three decades of point-and-click development and it’s still a notable innovation that Unavowed lets you “look” at objects by just hovering the mouse over them.
There is nothing I find appealing in the Red Dead trailer except for how well the horses are modeled and animated, but then that video did go out of its way not to be exciting. (And I don’t care for westerns. And I Rockstar has moved away from nice, human stories.)
#spaceshipthings #showerthoughts #conceptart #whynot
Similar to a team building exercise I’ve had (count from 1 to 20 out loud, as a group, one person at a time, eyes closed), with thankfully a bit more information.
Dammit. Someone’s introduced Overwerk on Beat Saver before I got a chance to. And the beatmap is no good.
Don’t switch to Twitter’s app. Don’t even set it up just for the notifications. Let their decision carve an imperceptible dimple in their engagement curves.
You know your life will only get better if you don’t get notified of every single Twitter interaction at the very second.
Who said you can’t have your air combat simulator at home?!
i accidentally created an insufferable mode in my game where it replaces the dialogue with explanations of the jokes for the translators