Summits real name is dope as hell. Sounds like a better gamer tag than the one he uses.
But right now, applications of its full potential are basically non-existent, meaning those hands don’t have much in the way of legs.
It is approximately 1 million times easier. I played dota, but my non-dota friends got their bearings within a few matches in Underlords. You can get pretty far just collecting synergies/alliances without really understanding the spells or individual heroes. It also helps that there’s ~1/3rd as many heroes as a normal…
I was actually pretty pleased with what they showed. I was afraid it would be generic open world game #3252 which is getting real old real quickly. At least with generic action game #2998 the linear design means you have to build levels full of neat set pieces to warrant the price whether than scattering a bunch of…
That game needs to be 20% faster. it looked slow this morning. Like the character was moving too slow for wall runs and like the character was using a strong slow style one handed, which is not what I believe they are going for.
For a padawan of the light side, Cal sure is a ruthless impalement-lover in battle.
As someone who got several world first raid boss clears back in vanilla, this isn’t exactly a new problem. People hunted me and my guild mates all the time and many came to our server because it was the one with the best guild.
Hello, attorney here chiming in again. You are correct Nathan, if you do not throw in everything in you can - if you do not you are later procluded from bringing it up under a legal theory of “Res Gestae.” The ysstem was created that way in order to prevent someone from suing another party for a particaular matter and…
I love quick little cheap games that can be fun for a short while then put away -- unfortunately I think Steam’s refund model hurts the potential of that type of game a good deal. When I’ve finished all a game has to offer in under two hours, I want the creators to be properly compensated, but it’s hard to turn down…
Honestly, more games need to be comfortable with the idea that they’ll be played and then put away. Like, I love me an Ubisoft open world-fest of gradually clearing icons off a map but not everything needs to be adding season updates to try and make me reinstall and play again for an hour.
That’s nice of him.
Not trying to create controversy here but it is unfortunate that Faze Cloak's response was to complain that Ninja wouldn't tell him what he was eating and then boast he was eating a delicious bacon sandwich. Given that Muslims don't eat bacon this came off pretty poorly. Could be Faze Cloak had no idea why Ninja was…
that sucks but maybe now it’ll die down a bit and I can actually get in the queue
oh thanks heavens, I can watch TFRP and NoPixel streams again with those bafoons gone. the GTARP scene was quite fine before, and will remain so.
I saw that yesterday on Imgur and thought: “Does this work?”
Great review. I’ve not seen or heard anything about this game before but it seems right up my alley. I love games that try to do things a little different from most of the pack out there, even if they don’t always completely succeed.
Mike’s been at this for so long now, glad he is getting some major attention recently.
Thoughts of self-harm and depression must always be taken seriously. It’s unsettling to me that my favorite pastime (playing video games for fun and to relax) can lead to such dangerous conditions for the top-tier players and the developers that create games.
That one guy had the right idea just hovering the thing all over making most of the screen visible on short term peripheral vision memory.
Imagine a horror game with this built in as a core mechanic. Co-op mandatory - one of you is the character and one of you is the flashlight. Or other community-like restrictions, like one where a player has the HUD and other players have free-roaming cameras attached to flashlights.