I love these "Rewind Theater" features! Great insight. Always more than I can tell even after a few watches just myself.
I enjoy games with historical teachings. Only of my favorites has been Rome: Total War. Lots of history lessons in the campaign.
Somebody's job just got A LOT less stable. Better get their resume ready.
Nicely balanced review. Will have to give this one a shot.
Suda has always been known for his "interesting" game ideas. While this game, in my opinion, doesn't measure up to his Shadows of the Damned, it does ooze the signature Suda51 charisma. I will end up playing it, whether I buy it or rent it is still in the air.
I like Suda51 for the humor and the ability to play something so different. I'll have to give this one a try once my backlog of games has been whittled down some.
I really hope that what John Carmack showed works out. The need for a large gaming room separated from the rest of the house would be eliminated by a self-contained helmet like that. Though I will be the first to admit I will always want a gaming room for friends, there is also something to be said for the portability and ease of the helmet.
I can't help it, I love tech. Bring on the future.
P.S. Brad - No Dishonored? I'm disappointed.
The fact that this offers HDMI input is a huge plus to me as everything I use has HDMI now. The added bonus of USB charging so no additional power cable is great.
I would like to know if you can keep playing without being hooked up to the computer, so the hassle of changing cables is eliminated when you just want to play and not bother recording.
I'll have to keep an eye on this, but the $200 pricetag is a little too much for me right now.
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