lol, I like this guys style
I think I have this, but I'm not sure. Is that bad? lol
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Very interesting read, looking forward to Galak
I hope it keeps blurring, a game is a game. Calling them AAA or Indie doesn't make them better or worse either way.
I miss the pure era of arcade games (even though I'm not THAT old).
He gave me that vibe also.
Very fun game, very addicting. gl on teh ps4
The different RPG mods are the ones I like.
It's pretty addicting, get on PC if capable. Own it 2x and do not regret.
I was there. It's unfortunate that some trolls would stoop to that level. They'll be in some big trouble if they get tracked down though.
Idk what you are talking about with drapes cb, b/c I'm creepin' while watching? Idk why, but I really like watching some games more than playing them. ESO comes to mind as well.
Didn't know these guys came from big game fame to start the studio, explains the polished feel of the game.
This interview has givin me some suggestions for some horror films, lol
I think I'm more of a watcher than a player on this one as well.
My wife loved this game, too scary for me. lol
@random - Pretty sure I'm one of the very few, but I don't enjoy the Telltale games. Played Sam+Max,2 versions of The Walking Dead, Back to the Future and Jurassic Park. I've given them so many chances and I just don't enjoy the gameplay enough to care about the stories.
Someone said basically the same exact thing to me the other day. I don't want Good/Bad/Neutral options either. Give me grey/convoluted choices that are tough to make.
Super interesting, hope I win!
Indie is where the devs can go wild, AAA devs always play it safe.
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