Omar: I'll do what I can to help y'all. But, the game's out there, and it's play or get played. That simple.
Dennis 'Cutty' Wise: The game done changed...
Slim Charles: Game's the same, just got more fierce.
With a little added structure and some tightening up, this could be an awesome way to play in the sand box. It has the potential to rival both Payday 2 and BF: Hardline, and since the game proper has been out for a while, most of the worst bugs should be gone.
I just discovered The Sea Holds No Claim, a free, intelligent, browser-based, minimalist search and rescue game from the developer of Papers, Please, which has just been released in the Apple App store. I hope both those games eventually come to the One as Snap Apps. For 99 cents on the Kindle, I bought Threes!, which is the first game to become a “Snap App”. It is quite entertaining, but at 7 bucks, way over-priced for our platform of choice. Of course, pinball would be a great Snap App, but it would almost certainly be too demanding for that purpose.
Embedded below are YouTubes of Papers, Please and Threes!.
Of course, it won’t have all the bells and whistles, but for a buck, or for free if you are willing to try making your own, it is a great way to try it for yourself.
And OT: I loled.
Just finished watching it. Perhaps my favorite movie of the year.
George Miller is walking a very fine line when he brings Mother Nature into the fight in the Namib Desert. I get very nervous when watching a Mad Max trailer and I am reminded of Twister. Regardless of how that all turns out, Mr. Miller’s philosophy sounds cool:
The other big thing I wanted to do was to tell a story with very little dialogue. It’s a world in which people say very little. And I wanted to have one extended chase, in which you discover the backstories of the characters on the way. All those things come together. A post-apocalyptic world allows you to make it very, very elemental.
There are a bunch of movies that kind of stand out in my mind. Road Warrior (Mad Max 2) is one of them.
Alien (1979), The Road Warrior (1981), Blade Runner (1982), The Thing (1982), Aliens (1986)
Haven’t even watched it yet. Can’t wait! (Impressions to follow after I change locations.) My biggest curiosity is do they talk about the loading times from the “Alpha”?
Fighting a cold right now so haven’t been able to play as much as I would like but the new DLC has been great.
The missions are more the same, kill this, go there, etc. They seem simple until you do the hard version. I imagine the insanity gets higher with skulls turned on for the daily. After you are done, you get a Legendary Fusion Rifle: Murmur