That's not quite how you perform a P.I.T. maneuver. »
I have to pretty much agree. I can't say first hand, as I haven't sat down with the game myself, but from watching others play, and looking over pages of screenshots/videos. Nothing in it really looks that frightening. The animatronics themselves are far from disturbing too. This is the kind of stuff I imagine 16 year… »
Morbidly curious, what exactly does he do to the enslaved? That sounds like it could get pretty fucked up and nasty. »
His videos are incredible, well researched, with nice little original thoughts about the deeper parts of the story than what is actually presented in game. And he's that rare youtuber with a soothing voice. »
SPOILERS HERE... because this entire post is about Far Cry 4's end game. So if you haven't played it yet, or haven't gotten to the last few stages, feel free to just skip on ahead to the next TAY article.
Dateline: February 14th 2015.
Today in Cairo three museum curators were found disemboweled, wrapped in linens with their organs replaced by sawdust, leaves, and other dried goods. Curiously their hearts were left intact. »
Give me quality and quantity! Sometimes a short game is ok, but I usually opt for games that give me more content, world building, etc. The nicest thing about open world RPG games. If you really enjoy spending time in those world's, there is always a cornucopia of things to do, learn, read, see, etc. »
Allan Quatermain, Baron Munchhausen, Don Quixote, Zorro, and a lot more are also now Public Domain. »
I appreciate you used the term fundamentalist to describe that brand of Christianity. Well played. »
I am so grateful for the emulation community. If it weren't for them, I'd never have had a chance to play this most amazing of games. That ending resonated with me for weeks after I finished it. Incredible soundtrack as well, with very creative fusions of traditional world folk music, and Uematsu inspired fantasy… »
My cube mate in 2001 was the lead tester on this game. He was also one of the most insane SHMUP players I have ever seen in my life. Dude could wreck Rez so hard. It was highly distracting sitting there trying to test Sonic Adventure 2, while he was sitting there destroying Rez. Also, he was a super chill dude, and I… »
True Crime L.A. has a life sized depiction of Los Angeles, and it was really hit or mis with gamers from what i recall. Sometimes condensing things makes them a little less monotonous. I certainly wouldn't want to come home from work to sit in virtual traffic on the 605. lol »