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Posted by bob101910 on 23 October 2016 - 01:51 PM
Posted by bob101910 on 21 September 2016 - 10:54 PM
Garden Warfare 2 updates and free dlc are great as usual.
Sad to see Project Spark gone.
Shadow Lords mode that just came out for Killer Instinct has a lot of content. Watched a stream last night where a dev said the difficulty is getting nerfed. You collect/craft guardians and items that buff your fighters with specific powers. You have to prepare for and slow down the arrival of Gargos by defeating other enemies.
Posted by bob101910 on 29 August 2016 - 08:03 AM
People really need to stop making comments like this about other people's budgets. I see this shit on here too often and it needs to stop.
There's no need to joke about the fact that you can afford something that someone else might have to save for. And no, starting it with "no offense" doesn't make it any better. It's not okay to insinuate that someone shouldn't be able to enjoy their hobby because they might have less money. It is not your place to tell others what to spend their money on unless they ask.
Exactly. I'm in a comfortable position now, but really struggled with money problems growing up. Having video games was (still is) a way to relax and relieve stress. Working all the time with no stress reliever isn't good. Save some money every paycheck and get a console and at least 1 game (or play the free ones). Something like ESO or Killer Instinct can keep you busy for hundreds of hours. Saving for a console is way cheaper than other stress relievers (like alcohol for example)
Posted by bob101910 on 12 August 2016 - 05:01 PM
Funny you mention an Attack on Titan game though,seeing as the Xbox family is getting their first one very soon. Maybe the dev team was inspired by your Project Spark creation.
It wasn't my creation. I also mostly just played games. I posted a ton of Project Spark videos to YouTube. They were consistently more popular than my other videos. I got kind of far in a psychological horror game, but I stopped after realizing it would only appeal to people that really like psychology. It was a variation of the Milgram experiment, all text based. There was a "connecting to another player" screen with a random amount of waiting time and a small chance to "You have been disconnected from the other user. Please restart the world and search again". Then like the Milgram experiment, the other person would have to answer questions and you would "shock" them if they got it wrong. As the game went on, the shocks got stronger (increase controller vibration).
Then I really wanted to make Conker GO like Hitman GO and Lara Croft GO, but that was way too complicated of a project for me to even start.
Lastly I was making a puzzle game kind of like Pneuma: Breath of Life. I got pretty far and had most of the puzzles ready to make, but never finished it.
The devs also streamed every week showcasing the latest and greatest games from the community. Most important part of "work in progress" kind of games to me, is dev participation with the community. They fixed broken achievements, added requested features, often held community contests with prizes, talked to the stream viewers, etc.
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Posted by bob101910 on 12 August 2016 - 07:01 AM
I'm going to miss Project Spark. Wish it was marketed better
My most viewed YouTube video is a really early look at an Attack on Titan game in Project Spark. Fun reading comments from people thinking it is a very shitty full priced game
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Posted by bob101910 on 08 July 2016 - 03:36 PM
So Trackmania Turbo is getting good reviews from the CAG family? Thinking of picking up a used disc
I remember everybody loving it when it first came out (there's a free trial). I rented it and found it very fun, but it got challenging fast in single-player. The bonus modes are interesting like 2 players sharing one car's controls. I didn't have anybody to try multiplayer with, but I've heard it is good. The track editor is great. Tons of free tracks.
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Posted by bob101910 on 05 July 2016 - 09:12 PM
My 360 is still hooked up, too. Right next to my XB1. I still play it regularly (was playing ME3 last night, actually.)
But I just like playing everything on XB1 better. Try saying "Xbox record that" to your 360. Nothing happens.
There are thousands of clips I would've made if 360 had a recording feature. My favorite part about BC
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Posted by bob101910 on 01 July 2016 - 08:20 PM
I beat Inside last night
I have no idea what the hell all of it was supposed to mean, but holy shit that was a game to remember
also it says that We Happy Few is "early access" to xbox one, what exactly does that mean? is that like a beta which anybody can try out?
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Posted by bob101910 on 27 June 2016 - 07:13 AM
Ew thanks for the warning.
Technomancer is the sequel to Mars: War Logs, so that should definitely give an idea of what it'll be like.
The trailer I watched looked much better, so I might give it a chance. Moment of silence for those that did not survive Mars War Logs
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