Congratulations. In a game called Killing Floor you got killed by the ceiling. Impressive stuff.
This is the first time I actually wanted VR
Edit: the original creator asked me to link to his video where this clip was taken from.
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Edit: pls no
Lmao this was hilarious. The elevator door opening and seeing the zombies then looking back up at the knife like, "fuck" had me dying
"Honey! Where is my Super Suit?"
Honey! Where's my super suit?
... I wouldn't mind a honest to goodness decent Stargate SG-1 videogame now.
Same. But I also wouldn't want Ubi anywhere near it.
Crytek maybe... or at least, specifically, the people responsible for the Crysis series. MAXIMUM KREE.
Really though, I feel like everyone would be tempted to do some sort of open world shit, much in the vein of Assassins Creed. At most it should be more like Mass Effect, where the world isn't truly open, it just lets you choose the order in which to do missions. But honestly, I also miss the "linear epic" form. Think Half-Life for the all-time example of what I mean. But the Crysis games did it very well too. We don't get a lot of them now though. The campaigns in yearly COD/BF games are about the only ones doing this regularly, and those are mostly afterthoughts that aren't very well executed. I think Stargate would be fertile ground for a good one though.
I miss Stargate. I miss linear epic shooters. I want both in the same package. Maybe the story can drive towards finding out what happened to the Destiny.
Except it would very quickly stop being about assassinations.
In black flag the assassination parts were the worst parts
I'd say this was the best part of the game, but the whole game was the best part.
It was such a critical detail that other games completely overlook. Simple, yet made it feel that much more real when you find yourself chasing down some varmint in the desert to be sure he doesn't tarnish your name... Dang good game
Except in GTA V when it was the opposite.
Stand next to a policeman: 1 star
Punch a random cyclist in the middle of nowhere: 2 stars
Shoot a dog in the desert: 3 stars
Kick a cactus: You right, 4 stars
Jump: That's 5 stars, buddy
GTA V you can stab someone to death under a bridge and get stars. So disappointing that the no witnesses mechanic wasn't in that game.
she's running through fields of wheat
Farming is serious. Fun is not efficient.
Germans sure do love doing work in their free time.
Someone just got their wish granted, thanks Bill!
Edit: and thanks /u/le-click
/u/thisisbillgates fucking delivered. Bill is a man of no bamboozles.
When Bill Gates says "I'll look into it.", crazy shit happens.
Just ask the mosquitos.
Oh god I hope he actually had something to do with this. He passes Jim in the hall at the water cooler, "Hey James, how do you feel about a fourth instalment of Age of Empires?"
Drops water- "Uhhhh yessir, we could do that."
"Awesome, the people on Reddit will be happy. Oh and James, call me Bill."
He then proceeds to go and cure malaria.
Is a man not entitled to the sweat of his brow?
Never have I been more satisfied at the end of a game. I didn't have the heart to kill the Little Sisters so I saved them all. The Good Ending made it all worth it.
The end boss was a little disappointing. I also didn't didn't kill the little sisters. I tried to beat it a second time killing them, killed 2 or 3 and felt gross.
Is a robot not entitled to the oil on his brow? No says the man at Hyperion.
I'd look at this but I forgot my special glasses.
I wish I had a copy of Pokémon Black and Blue to beat you with.
You mean white and gold, right?
The 3ds doesn't need glasses bro
That happened because the Earth is flat, obviously.
People need to watch this again and tell me that vaccines don't cause autism
Anyone want to guess what the actual bug is? As a game dev, I'm going to guess this - as a physics shortcut, when the player is standing on something that is falling/animated, animate the player physics along with the object. This prevents objects from falling out from under the player at one speed, while the player falls more slowly and catches up, which would also prevent the ability to dramatically jump from a falling rock.
Unfortunately, in this case it appears that the player's movement was still parented to the rock as the player was in the air while the rock was falling and rotating.
edit: wow this comment got a lot more points than I expected! thanks!
there was a black hole right under the bridge you didn't see because black holes kill light
That's really cool! He looks to be at the second stage in Iceworld. OG Gamer Dads are the coolest.
That being said, reading this was a clusterfuck and hurt my eyes.
You can get SMW on Wii?? I had no clue. It was my first video game ever. Fell in love
That's not Iceworld it's Vanilla Dome