I think I found out the recipe for the successful MMORPGs.
1. Its name have to consist of 3 words.
2. The first and the third should begin with the same letters.
3. Middle word should be of.
4. Its abbreviation should be the same as an already existing word or another abbreviation.
There you have it, use these rules wisely.
I read through 9 years of The Walking Dead in about a week. It was an awesome experience.
Miért nem veszi észre soha senki egy nagy zöld monstrum közeledését?
Hát mert Hihetlen Halk.
These Walking Dead comics have some fucked up shit in them. Just look at #33… Lovin’ it:)
The Walking Dead - The Game Ep. 1.
I actually pretty fucking enjoyed it. I am a fan of both The Walking Dead franchise and of Telltale Games but I had my doubts. Telltale can make very good funny puzzle-based adventure games but they have no real experience with more action-based games. They actually balanced the walking-examing-talking parts very well with the hectic mouseclick-crazy action ones. Yeah hectic it is but that just ads to the feeling of helplessness, like when you try to find that little point where you have to click to finally grab that freakin’ shotgun. But the strongest part in the game is its characters. This is what Telltale is best at: making living persons with detailed personalities which can be likeable or you can fuckin’ hate them. The voicework is top-notch, especially the main guy’s and the little girl’s. I bet it’s really hard to find a little-girl who can act and doesn’t have a goddamn annoying voice. Overall I really liked this game, I grew attached to my guy and I am curious where my choices will lead.
Blue daba didaba dairidaba didaba
Amúgy rájöttem, hogy James Cameronnak fétise a kék emberkék. A Titanic vége is tele van velük.
I realised James Cameron has a thing for blue people. The end of the Titanic is full off them too.
Furthermore, according to Kotaku’s source, Orbis will not feature backwards compatibility with PlayStation 3 games and will incorporate some sort of used-games restriction. Apparently, once a consumer inserts a Blu-ray disc into Orbis it must be tied to a PSN account and can no longer be shared. The data can be installed onto the system and flagged as “downloaded” from the PSN so it can be re-downloaded for future use. Sources are “unclear” as to how the disc functions following this, though one possibility is that the disc can allow consumers to access trial content before purchasing the full game on their console.
So, if you lend your game to a buddy of yours or even plays it on your machine but with a different PSN account, he or she has to pay for the game AGAIN. Very clever guys, alienate all of your remaining paying customers and create a bigger pirate community. Congratulations Sony, and Microsoft, you fucked yourselves in the ass. Fuck you.