I was supposed to go there last summer. Was one of my bucket list items. Had to cancel when it became clear travel wasn’t safe. It’s depressing to know it may well be destroyed before I ever get a chance to see it.
Well, he has murdered a lot of fictional characters.
Also, the Greek and Norse pantheon already have this built-in soap opera/comic book style drama built into them with their epic heroes and battles, court intrigue and betrayal, sexual infidelity, etc. Not every pantheon has that, especially to the degree of the Greek and Norse gods.
Probably to keep you from cheating to unlock things they could otherwise sell you as microtransactions.
I mean, there’s not much of anywhere to go after Ragnarok, you know?
Honestly, now that these shows go straight to streaming and there’s no broadcast schedule to fit into, there’s no reason to set a run time limit at all. If one episode’s story can be told in 24 minutes, give it 24 minutes. If another needs an hour, give it an hour.
I’m not saying they shouldn’t review it. I’m sure they will. But that doesn’t mean they should avoid posting relevant news about the game in the meantime. If this game is generating significant complaints from users (and it seems to be) then that’s relevant news that gamers should hear about.
Were you really waiting to play the game to find out what the title is?
Some things are timeless.
Sure, to some degree, but Bethesda’s influence hasn’t affected any of Arkane’s previous releases in terms of their performance. There’s a history of Bethesda developing janky, buggy games. There’s no real history of them publishing them. I seriously doubt Bethesda is to blame for the issues Deathloop is experiencing.
It’s not a Bethesda game, it’s an Arkane game. Bethesda is just the publisher.
It was sort of both. The loading screens had no FPS cap, which overloaded the GPU, but the GPU shouldn’t allow itself to be pushed beyond its own safe operating limits. A flaw in the cards was causing them to basically burn themselves out trying to pump out frames at a ridiculous speed.
There’s some real grey area when you start talking about a person’s likeness, though. Does the person with the tattoo not have ownership over their own likeness, including any modifications made to it? If someone gets cosmetic surgery, does the surgeon have ownership of the image of their new nose or whatever?
In my defense, unimportant bits were all I had to choose from.
My bad. I gave you too much credit in assuming you had something to say.