I found the gathering in both Horizon: Zero Dawn and Red Dead Redemption to be almost meditative. I can see why it wouldn’t be that way for everyone, though. (The gathering and crafting in The Last of Us felt like it took things a step further, offering a very satisfying, almost 8-bit like quality to how all the… Read more
Despite how “dead” Red Dead Redemption’s open world is from an interactivity perspective, it never felt like a knock against it. In large part because of the fact that the frontier it was recreating is and was mostly empty and inhospitable. You’d see tumbleweeds roll along the ground. You’d see grass or trees sway in… Read more
Speaking as someone who worked, albeit briefly, on the outskirts of the porn industry, always be suspicious of the people who get into the business specifically to produce, specifically to direct, specifically as an executive...pretty much anybody who - from the word go - was calling the shots but never once performed. Read more
Pfft...good luck with that one. EA it seems can barely be assed to give one whole shit about Madden and FIFA. And those are the cash cows. Granted, the only sports games I care about tend to have Mario somewhere in the title, but I can sympathize with your plight re EA’s boundless indifference.