DSOGaming writes: "I’m overly excited to inform you guys that the amazing dungeon-crawler RPG, Legend of Grimrock, is profitable after three days of availability."
indie devs. love em..
I haven't played a game on my PC in probably over 5 years (I spend all day working on my PC and I find it useful to separate work and gaming) however I broke this rule for Legend of Grimrock. Took me right back to the days of playing Eye of the Beholder on my Amiga in my dorm room. Grimrock is an absolute blast and I couldn't be happier that it's doing well.
Between games like this & Kickstarters I think pc gaming is headed in a better direction than the consoles. imo.
I would have to agree. I enjoy the freedom of development outside of big corporations.. thats usually how the best game ideas are birthed.. and then of course copied by the big corporations lol..
PC Gaming has never been dead.
People have been saying PC gaming is dying since its inception...
Only close minded idiots believe PC gaming died
PC is alive and well and growing more and more. With Kepler and Southern Island now out it will continue to grow.
Maxwell will blow xbox 720 away!
And with kick starter becoming so popular so quickly we are experiencing a paradigm shift in the way this industry works
A shift that is VERY much needed. Some people might be happy with the usual blockbuster titles but for me at least they are totally lacking in creativity. There are 4 games I've gotten into lately that I consider to be AAA and none of them were made by a big developer. Journey Fez Legend of Grimrock Space Pirates and Zombies
console gaming is only for mainstream blockbuster titles, pc gaming is for everything.
I agree that PC gaming is alive and well, but say "NOT!" after a sentence hasn't been cool since the 90's.
Aww man, I thought it was totally bad, like, to the extreme... Psych! Ha, nobody thought that. I'm still down with it... right?
Immediately I thought of borat when you brought this up
Hasn't been cool since Waynes World.
PC gaming was never dead. It's just that many people stopped caring about it after 1985.
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