It was pretty weird seeing the ol’ game rendered in such a high res and framerate, also with fancy water effects.
Ah, soon my favorite pastime of finding creative ways to get away from that fucking butler can be lived over and over again.
Oh damn it runs on mobile too with touch controls. Nice work.
Sort of off topic, but if any readers want a cool sniping experience then they should try milsim (military simulation) airsoft. Lots of groups have guns and some gear you can rent. My most satisfying sniping experiences came from airsoft.
Sniper stick to sniping.
I read the majority of the article thinking that this was the same series as Sniper Elite.
And I’ve also heard that Robert is 1 day from retirement and is getting married next week...
Clearly the character models were rendered with a potato.
Premium members can also jump ahead of you in the log-in queue.
United specializes in trips to the Broken Isle.
You should never believe people who say Citizen Kane is their favourite game. It’s like they wanna tell you they are smart and interesting, but are actually boring and predictable.
Citizen Kane? Citzen Kane was complete crap. The only people who liked it are freaking Orson Wellaboos.
I LOVE BECKY’S LAST HURRAH!!!!!
When Quake 2 was out, I had a friend who SWORE by his trackball! The guy could wreck faces with a railgun, so who am I to judge.
Love trackballs, but as you say, there’s so few options comparatively. The nice thing about a trackball is there’s no ratcheting (lifting and re-centering the mouse on your surface)
Trackballs are great for HTPCs, too. Put one on an armrest and you’re set; no need to worry about mouse maneuvering space or dealing with a trackpad.
In terms of Sega classics, Ristar and Dynamite Headdy would definitely benefit from a Wonder Boy-tier update.
I would love to see Super Mario All-Stars + World using the New Super Mario Bros. engine. I still say Mario All-Stars was one of the greatest remasters ever.
Reminds me too much of Soul Sacrifice of which I want another one, the aesthetics and the story book interface and narrative really hooked me in (not to mention the soundtrack). I’ll give Code Vein a shot depending on how fast and responsive the controls are, after playing Bloodborne and Nioh, hunting games just feel…