The amazing thing about VR is how quickly and completely it immerses you in the experience, even with having a thing strapped to the top half of your head that you never really stop noticing, it puts you wherever the game wants you to think you are. I’ve tried a few horror games in VR, and noped out of all them pretty… Read more
He just acts to keep the weed/airplane maintenance money coming in.
Congratulations to the second best highly stylized animal rampage game of 2019.
Making the suits at Ford the real villains was probably the smartest way to go, since the story has been told in a near-mythic David vs Goliath way, where in reality it was one of the biggest companies in the world spending obscene amounts of money to beat a comparatively tiny one because of a business deal that went… Read more
This is the way.
This was incredibly ahead of its time.
If you want to get extra nerd rad, watch Event Horizon as a part of the Warhammer 40,000 universe, and that it’s a ship that passed through The Warp before the invention of the Gellar Field.
I still remember getting it. They had it set up in a simulator at the New York auto show, and I asked the Toyota rep if there was any way to get a copy since GT4 was still a ways off at that point and they said “1 sec” and went to a locked cabinet and slipped me the disc like it was a drug deal.
The one cool thing that 3DTVs could do was full-screen splitscreen on the handful of PS3 games that supported the feature.
I can’t believe you forgot Vin Diesel.
“The ref called it early and I still have a face, which is totally unfair!”
He did tank his career by groping a woman who is not his wife at a party, getting a divorce, and writing essentially Kirk van Houten’s “Can I Borrow a Feeling” about it.