Submitted by Filthcardia 875d ago | article

Let the Birds Fly

Jeff writes: "Flying is something easily simulated in games. Often used for emphasis — a character overcoming challenges, for example — or for dramatic expression — in Mirror’s Edge, jumping between two massive cranes or the ending — flight is incredibly powerful in transferring emotion." (Assassin's Creed, Culture, Mirror's Edge)

loretta12mazur   875d ago | Spam
Salooh  +   875d ago
You mean cats jump :P . Either way i love it .
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