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  2. I bet he'd play it for the environments. Not much else beyond that.
  3. Damnit, I missed that it was turn-based. I may try and setup the "almost" list later.
  4. lot's of people played TrackMania too : (
  5. "psychological horror" oooh, i'm not gonna leave it alone
  6. doesn't that mean that it's the perfect lovecraft game if it drives you to insanity?
  7. Yesterday
  8. I have a favorite for every year and that's basically what my top 10 is. 2010, Fallout: New Vegas 2011, Dark Souls 2012, Hotline Miami 2013, Battlefield 4 2014, Dark Souls 2 2015, Undertale 2016, Stardew Valley 2017, NieR: Automata 2018, this one depends on if you want to count technically unfinished games. Deltarune if yes, Celeste if no. 2019, Resident Evil 2
  9. That's because there are more games that get broken DRM systems, and WAY more people playing games now. This is the largest adult population that plays video games yet, which is going to start pushing the market in ways never before seen, and likely not entirely predictable ones either.
  10. Mira

    Conarium

    This one's alright but I really feel like they should have done more with the story, have it feel like it was really building up to something rather than coming across as a series of disjointed events without much of a logical conclusion. This still has good graphics and atmosphere though.
  11. Who hasn't seen Who? (the classic show at least)
  12. Mira

    Left Alone

    I think I'm gonna leave this game alone
  13. All they need to do is remove the calls to SecuRom. It's been done by many Steam publishers. In fact they could just upload one of the cracked executables floating around and call it a day. (not that they would, but either way it's not much work)
  14. I'm more annoyed about the fact that, people are only taking this problem seriously now, even though crap like this has happened before, with thousands of other games, but better late than never I guess.
  15. EULAs are not legal contracts and are not legally binding. This has been tested in court multiple times with the courts ruling that an EULA cannot overrule actual laws and ownership rights. Some countries also have it as law that any terms which are not displayed on the exterior of a package cannot possible be agreed to and therefore carry no weight. I think Ross has that part understood. He goes into detail about it in his videos. Jim Sterling recently put out a video about a game becoming unplayable due to its DRM-authentication servers going offline, upsetting many people still playing the game. In this case, I think Disney is looking into patching-in a solution so owners can still install their game. Something similar happened with TrackMania Sunrise, where the decrepit DRM doesn't work on OSes newer than Windows Vista and so people can't easily install and play the game.
  16. I think this whole game was developed by a single person, and while some of the things he was able to accomplish on his own are pretty impressive, I can't help but wonder if it was really worth the effort because, on the whole and judged by its own merits, this game is not very good. Bland Lovecraftian horror, visuals mostly ranging from uninteresting to cheesy, and a story that just didn't hook me (and no gameplay to speak of either since this is basically a walking sim with some chase scenes thrown in). Not something I'd recommend.
  17. Last week
  18. Well there you go. Just because something's old doesn't mean I've encountered it. It's like me getting after people who haven't seen Classic Who cause it's "an old show". Cause he wanted to. Have you seen Doctor Who?
  19. It's a TV show... It's been around almost as long as I have. (first aired in 1988, still ongoing) My day was mediocre. Why do you ask?
  20. I'm not sure if this is something Ross would enjoy (I'm going to guess he will either be disappointed by the lack of payoff to the supposed supernatural elements or be worn down by the emotional family drama) but I found this a really wonderful experience myself, with a consistently interesting story, a great atmosphere and truly sublime visuals and art direction. My only problem is that the mouse-and-keyboard controls felt really counter-intuitive but that's honestly a very minor issue for a game like this. This would absolutely get a "fantastic" rating from me.
  21. Exactly... games like "Company of Heroes" or "Homeworld 2" (games that I like) can benefit a lot if they have that option of "pause and give orders"... EDIT: wait... I remember now that "Homeworld 2" have that option...
  22. How was your day? I hope you all had a good day.
  23. Cause I never played Red Dwarf. What's a good question to ask?
  24. I don't know, I just played Phoenix Point, and the game has this really great limb system, but the melee enemies kept moving like four times in one turn, and it just frustrated me to no end, to see my tired dudes, just stand around and get absolutely destroyed, just because they couldn't be bothered to just shoot them. I feel like turn based games just feel really artificial, and all the waiting around, makes them really tedious for me to play. I would've loved Phoenix Point, if it was a run and gun, action, XCOM styled game, but instead it's just XCOM but a thousand times more tedious. To me the game is pretty much ruined. It could've been really fun as hell, if they didn't slap turn based combat on it. The way the game is balanced, screams for it to be in real time, honestly. Honest to god a shame, I really wish it was a normal RTS styled game, it would've blown XCOM out of the water, and instead of the mild reviews it's getting now, I think it would've found it's niche. For me, that's a huge missed opportunity.
  25. Pausable real-time is good too.
  26. I don't think it's appropriate for me to say what kind of milk mine is. Why did you not get the extremely obvious Red Dwarf reference that I made with my last 2 questions?
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