Two things I wanted to quickly cover: Bullet Run, Wizardry Online and SOE; then Mark Jacob’s Not-DAOC Camelot Unchained.
In order to develop the background story for Assassin’s Creed, someone bought a dozen conspiracy magazines, put them in a blender, added a bottle of absinthe, hit frappe and then made the AC writing team do shots of the result.
The other day I was fishing through the second hand bin at my local EB and came across Truth or Lies for the princely sum of $4. At that price, it was worth a shot.
I think I want my $4 back now though.
“The Dark Knights Rises” will get a lot of “it was good, but…” style reviews. Due to what it is, the film came burdened with a lot of expectations and not all of those could be met. This shouldn’t overshadow that it is a good movie, a 5 out of 5 stars within the superhero / comic book film pantheon.
For a low budget / no budget game, Bastion certainly delivers. (I’ll throw a soft spoiler warning up here – I’m not spilling all the beans, but just hinting at some of the beans that are to be spilled over the course of the game.) – Game mechanics are simple and effective. What struck me …
Games are very easy to forget. I should know – I’ve forgotten hundreds of them. From the C64 through to the Amiga 500 through to various chipsets of PC and alongside the arcades I used to spend a lot of time in, there are lots of games I’d probably remember if I saw them but …