lightsaber.ninja
lightsaber-ninja
4/28/20
1:54 PM
13

All 3 Stadia customers are super stoked about this announcement.

4/23/20
4:46 PM
12

This would’ve made the article make so much more sense! It seemed pretty unimpressive without that music overlay. 

4/23/20
4:10 PM
11

American composer Leroy Anderson (1908-1975) used a manual typewriter as a musical instrument in his 1950 composition The Typewriter Song. He scored the typewriter as you would a percussion instrument, using the key clicks, end-of-line bell and carriage return sound.

4/23/20
3:44 PM
48

All I heard was mechanical manual typewriter sounds. Didn’t hear the “drums”.

4/7/20
5:50 PM
1

They’re probably using the same materials, but those are definitely not the same sticks the DS4 uses, No previous dualshock thumbsticks have had any kind of texturing on them.

6/6/19
11:05 AM
44

I’m pretty sure I would get around to watching “Gone With the Wind”, if I knew Godzilla was behind the burning of Atlanta.

6/6/19
11:02 AM
21

If they dropped Godzilla in more comedies, would you learn about jokes?

5/25/19
12:41 PM
5

This is how I initially misread the headline, so it's super plausible.

3/25/19
3:34 AM
39

Yeah the powerful version is probably the same form factor as the normal switch to keep labo compatibility. so normal switch is probably being replaced. I bet it has a higher resolution screen for vr.

3/25/19
3:24 AM
54

I guess I’d imagined the existing Switch staying put and another new model coming in either above/below it. But this effectively kills the OG switch dead.

7/11/18
3:07 AM
11

I work as a game programmer; I haven’t worked on destructive environments (or very complex games at all) but based on what I know.... It should be very hard to do. I’m sure there are great algorithms and papers out there on how to do this but it would still require a lot of R&D and testing, which I suspect many Read more

7/10/18
9:59 PM
12

I thoroughly enjoyed the Mercenaries series in their time. The destruction was a ton of fun, but iirc all the destructible objects/buildings could only be destroyed all at once, as set pieces. Read more

7/10/18
7:49 PM
7

There’s a major differnce between flood filling prefractured networks and procedurally managing these interactions using algorithms designed for use in the movie industries. Read more

7/10/18
7:15 PM
11

I remember when Microsoft was touting it’s destructible enviroments for Crackdown 3. My first thought was, “Red Faction did it first”. Not that I didn’t like the idea, it just wasn’t unique besides Crackdown 3 would depend on external servers. Now Crackdown 3 has been in development hell, until recently.

But it makes Read more