ThreeOneFive
ThreeOneFive
2/14/20
8:23 PM
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So he’s all for politics in games... as long as it’s coming from people not connected to his company in any way and doesn’t impact his bottom line.

2/14/20
8:20 PM
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This. Palmer is a clown but if the issue is that this piece of gaming history shouldn’t be in the hands of a private collector then... maybe take it up with the person selling it to private collectors?

2/14/20
4:12 AM
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I mean in any other case I’d agree, but Underlords is in a really weird spot. It’s been playable for almost a year now, the Autochess craze has come and gone, and they don’t even have a purchasable battlepass yet - instead still using the free “Proto Pass” that was added a few weeks after launch. Read more

2/14/20
1:52 AM
1

Valve might as well just buy that game and rename it Counter-Strike: VR, love it. There are some good ports of CoD 2 maps too

2/12/20
11:06 PM
4

Eh, as someone who can’t really hang with most shooters anymore I like the Battle Royale stuff. I actually find it to be the exact opposite, I end up doing way better than I have any right to because the first 80% of the game is pretty heavily dictated by randomness. And the skill-based parts are more about Read more

2/12/20
2:28 AM
1

Funny enough, it’s a bit of an open secret that most pro players use smurf accounts and Valve kind of just turns a blind eye to it. Read more

2/11/20
9:15 PM
2

I probably followed a dozen different “Ocarina of Time 2D” projects when I was younger, all of them fizzled out into nothingness for some reason or another.

1/29/20
12:32 AM
27

Not quite the same but I fucking love how Prime does it, with a little panel on the pause screen showing what actors are in the scene and sometimes a little fun fact about production.

1/25/20
3:36 PM
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100% agree, but calling it “nuke” doesn’t exactly help with the stigma. Nuclear, if done properly - with modern plants overseen by a competent authority, and not built on a fault line - would be a massive boon for the environment. Read more

1/19/20
5:17 PM
1

You’re not wrong but for as much as VR is still in its infancy, AR is even further away from being a commercially viable product. Hololens and Magic Leap, which have had tens of millions in R&D pumped into them over the last 8 years, scaled back tremendously and are now only used for extremely specific and Read more

1/17/20
8:55 PM
3

In theory sure, but Israel is a key component of the military industrial complex and there’s no way in hell the powers that be would ever let that happen.

1/9/20
3:05 PM
1

This is absolute insanity to me, Ashtray Maze was the highlight of that game for me. It’s the cherry on top - a shot of pure, distilled campy-ness right into your veins reminding you that you’re still playing a damned videogame and damned videogames are supposed to be damned fun. Read more

12/18/19
9:09 AM
35

Thank you. I feel like I’m taking crazy pills whenever I hear people talk about how “subversive” The Last Jedi was. Like, it’s the same damn movie as all the others! I don’t dislike it because it’s different, I dislike it because it’s the same played-out formula they’ve been drip-feeding people since the 80's but they Read more

12/13/19
1:39 AM
1

All these “live service” shooters are pretty much interchangeable at this point tbh

12/11/19
7:45 PM
14

I believe the Bluetooth logo is actually an old Norse rune, and Nazi fucks are weirdly into Norse mythology so I guess it’s not that surprising. Read more

12/11/19
4:15 PM
1

Why do you need a pat on the back just for doing your job? Sounds pretty entitled tbh

12/6/19
10:34 PM
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You can buy the games individually for $10 (with Reach being the only one available on PC at the moment), or you can buy the entire pack for $40 to get them all as they release. Read more