No one beats me 17 times in a row!
- Dec 5, 2018
I've installed 9 demos so far while I'm working, and that's just ones I haven't tried off my wishlist. Oof
Wow these two look awesome! Need try them out later.
What if Black and White, but third person action? Short demo but I can see this being a lot of fun if it gets fleshed out. Definitely going to wishlist this one.
The destruction physics chef's kiss - Red Faction who?
Remember Goldeneye for the Nintendo64? That was fun times wasn't it? How would you like to play something that wears Bond's suit and tie, but it's from the Unity summer line? Fun, but we'll see if it trades too much on nostalgia for its own good. For the Goldeneye: Source fan that really wants the single player
I did. I like the writing and the character creator is neat for a pixel art game, but I'm not in the right place to play a grimy post-apocalyptic survival game right now so I dropped it quickly.No one has played Death Trash yet? Shocking!
Thanks to you, I've tried Carrier Command 2 and it blew my mind. I absolutely love it. This is the sort of Microprose game I'd love to play.some more impressions
Retro shooter that could use a little bit more clear sign-posting at times but is otherwise fun for what it is.. Collect cards, open new areas, kill everything. Getting quake1 in the quake2 engine vibes from this. The sword actually feels a little under powered unless youre throwing it, but the guns seem to pack some punch. Retro shooter has to get the shotgun right, and it seemed to in what I played.
I felt incredibly powerful, being in charge of the bridge of a command ship with an arsenal of mass death at my finger tips, but also an absolute moron because the game while generous with hints doesn't lay out it on screen enough for someone like me who has no idea what I'm doing. If they really hand-held with how-tos aka don't just say 'conquer island with seal+bots' - explain how to do each step either in VO or in text on screen. Really kid-glove it for me, I was 5 minutes in, not 125 hours into ruling the high seas; it would go a long way. On the wishlist it goes!
Wanted to like this: a deep space pirate arpg in first person? And I get to actually play around (mildly) with piloting/controlling my ship? Heck yes! But around 10 minutes in, the game wanted me to check the airlock, then proceeded to bug out and glitched me in place so I couldn't move. It's onscreem UI also felt a bit unintuitive at times, requiring way more precision than I'd thinknecessaryfor onscreen prompts and menus - Maybe the non-VR version suffers from some polish by comparison? Until then though, I'll follow the game, but wishlist is iffy
Glad I could bring it to your attention. I always think of Microprose as an adventure company [now], so to see the name pop up on completely different genres is a welcome, if odd surpriseThanks to you, I've tried Carrier Command 2 and it blew my mind. I absolutely love it. This is the sort of Microprose game I'd love to play.
Well, that and Falcon 5.