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Mr Nutt

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  1. Oh hey, a Game Dungeon episode of a game I actually have a copy of (well ok, I also have a copy of Puzzle Agent, but still). I never really got that far in Apocalyptica though.

     

    As for the thing about the bible pickups, I tried checking the manual and it doesn't even mention them. In fact it doesn't seem to say anything about any of the pickups. I guess the character bios were clearly more important.


  2. The original Ratchet & Clank

    While I wouldn't say it's a bad game, it's pretty hard to go back and play it when you're used to the stuff added later on. For example, like the upgrade systems and the much better controls system that allows you to strafe, shoot and dodge at the same time.

     

    Morrowind

    I really tried to get into Morrowind, but it's just not very fun for me. You move way too slow, you never hit anything and quests only vaguely tell you where to go. That last thing is especially bad since it seems I have zero sense of direction so I never end up finding anything. Then again, who knows? Maybe I'm just too used to having quest markers? I guess it probably doesn't help that I didn't play any games in the Elder Scrolls series until Skyrim. I did enjoy Oblivion though, so I guess I've got that going for me.

     

    The Sims

    After playing The Sims 2, I couldn't help but notice how annoying it was in the original that your Sim had to work every single day. After that, it just sort of started feeling like a bit of a chore in comparison to play. The music is still some of the best in the series though.


  3. I guess I'd like to see him cover something like Harvester (you always were a kidder, Steve) or Dark Seed (witty reference goes here). You know, those classic horror adventure games that haven't quite aged well but still have that strange charm about them.


  4. Now that I think about it, the only FMV game I've ever played was Journeyman 3 Project... well, that and I got recommended Normality a couple of years ago, but I'm not counting that as I haven't finished it and it doesn't have the live action actors thing. But yeah, judging from the ones I've seen Retsupurae cover, these games usually have some rather interesting acting. I guess while I'm here, here's a wishlist thing to get RAMA on GOG.


  5. Why aren't you using a normal livestream site ross?

    like https://livestream.com/

    Because I'm new at this and I wanted something I was sure could handle a ton of people and I know twitch.tv has a really seasoned architecture for this sort of thing. If people decide they want Livestream later, we can switch to that.

    Isn't Livestream that website that only lets a certain number of viewers see your stream if you're a free user? I haven't really checked in quite some time.

     

    I guess YouTube's streaming feature could also work as an alternative.


  6. To be honest, if you were to continue Moon Gaming (though it seems I'm too late with this considering all the no answers), you'd definitely need to change the type of game you're going to play. It really does need to be something you can work off of and have plenty to say about. It might have also helped if you cut down the video some more. Or you could try what Retsupurae do and watch a Longplay of a weird old game that may have not aged well (kind of like MST3000).


  7. Since you don't like Let's Plays with a ton of dead air, you probably might like Nerd³ as his videos (well, mostly the Nerd³ Plays ones) tend to be edited to avoid this. If you like him, his dad also has a channel with a similar editing style (Dad³).

     

    Edit: For some reason when Ross mentioned something about some other person having him in space playing games, I was sort of reminded of that show, the Tommy Wi-Show. Yes, I am indeed sorry I just indirectly compared something Ross did to that.


  8. Well, here's a gif someone asked for on the subreddit.

    IdkYpOM.gif

     

    As for 3D, I guess I've yet to see anything that was really enhanced by the 3D effects. Mind you, I don't exactly go out watching a ton of movies.


  9. From what I did see, it seems a lot of questions from the Twitch chat was asking for Ross's opinion on *insert game here*. While I like the idea of letting the community make questions for your interview, it seems doing that live isn't such a good idea. Well, that or Valve News's fans lack imagination. Mind you, I might have simply missed all the good questions.


  10. A game where you couldn't find it anywhere? Kind of reminds me when I tried getting Aro II. It was a game I definitely remember playing way back in school, but all I can find is a page on Moby Games with a few screenshots. While searching, the closest I got was this one thread where someone had said they got in touch with the developer, but of course everyone stopped posting after that. I was able to find the first game tough.

     

    As for music, until you get a composer, have you tried incompetech? It's a site full of royalty-free music that might help.


  11. I played this version a bit. The lighting is very nice and the textures noticeably enhanced. The commentary is also great but the familiar voices probably assist with that. I'm happy with it, especially since it was free. If Ross does decide to do Freemans Mind in HL2, this is the version he should play.

    There's a very fine line with this. As the creator of an upcoming "Mind" series, I've noticed a lot of things about the production that most people (including me) would overlook.

     

    There's a point where the show stops becoming about your character's thoughts on its situations and surroundings and becomes about the situations and surroundings themselves. That's why I'm afraid of continuing my series into Portal 2. Whereas the original Portal usually has one line of dialogue at the start and end of every chamber and plenty of dead air to fill in between, Portal 2 has A LOT more of its own dialogue to fill that dead air.

     

    While I'm not saying it'd be an issue that would be brought up with using the update version, it is something to consider with Half-Life 2 in general. There are actual CHARACTERS, and storylines to follow, which makes it a lot different of a process when coming up with jokes and inner-dialogue.

     

    I'm sorry, what were we talking about?

    I'm fairly certain that Ross has said he thinks Half-Life 2 would be easier to write for. Probably because of said characters, but that part I'm just guessing. But first, HE HAS TO MAKE THE MOVIE!


  12. Out of this list, The Last Door is the only one I've played. I believe they gave me a free premium account (this means you can play the chapters as they come out) when they asked me to make some videos of it. It was a very good game up to the point I played it. Not sure why I haven't gotten around to playing the rest. But if you're patient enough, all of the episodes will be available to play for free if you have no problem with playing them in a browser.

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