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I came across this video which is pretty interesting and thought maybe we should have a thread for random videos we come across in the internet and want to share.

 

 

This is not about the history of Ghost Recon series but the history behind the setting(Bolivia) in Ghost Recon: Wildlands. 


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This is the video that made me decide to buy Hollow Knight and to my surprise, the experience is the same which is why I really love it so far. As so many are saying, it's probably going to be my goty for 2017.


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looks too easy for me

 

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Edited by Bartimaeus, 21 April 2017 - 06:28 AM.

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An interesting video that explains how Nier: Automata connects the player to the gameworld. The devs at InXile should take a few notes here! :p

 

 

*Video contains spoilers*


Edited by Katphood, 23 April 2017 - 06:51 AM.

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Stumbled on this, thought you guys might get a laugh lol



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A few months old but I appreciate his chutzpah.


Edited by Tel Aviv, 23 April 2017 - 03:13 PM.

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I think Kixkstarter/Crowd funding has made possible for someof the best games of the last 5 years..


Sure. There are alot of bad games but the ones done right are done right and exceptionally well at that.
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I like Ahoys Iconic Arms series. It starts as how some gun came to be in real world and then stuff about its presentation in game worlds. It sounds simple, but it's quite interesting.


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I'm not surprised... when you're selling games that cheap, devs can't feed themselves or their families. I knew ot was ultimately a matter of time.



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This was very fun to watch!  :grin:

 


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^Those were the days!
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Looks great!


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R.I.P  Prey 2.

 



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TLDR it's out and it's **** ?



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The new Prey gets released on 5th of May WW and yes, it is undeniably **** compared to the original Prey 2 that got cancelled some time ago.  



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It is undeniably **** compared to the original Prey 2 that got cancelled some time ago.

I can see you come from alternate reality and the future where you got to play both games and compare them.

Let's be honest here: The original Prey was a rather average shooter to begin with, it just got some cool gimmicks.

Edited by Fenixp, 30 April 2017 - 05:41 AM.


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the new one is system shocky. stranded on a space station, there be aliens



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It is undeniably **** compared to the original Prey 2 that got cancelled some time ago.

I can see you come from alternate reality and the future where you got to play both games and compare them.

 


No, I come from a reality where simple logic allows me to understand that the new Prey is more like a copy of System Shock instead of being something original...let's say something like a Bounty Hunter in space who is tied to the the lore of the original game and has the opportunity to hunt aliens, capture them and decide their fate, not to mention the fact that the the world would react towards the bounty hunter's decisions!
 

Let's be honest here: The original Prey was a rather average shooter to begin with, it just got some cool gimmicks.


That actually makes it a pretty good shooter. Also, I thought the Indian/Cherokee vibe of the game was something rather unique? Yeah, especially if the counterpart is System Shock/Bioshock mixed with Groundhog Day and Duke Nukem Forever tier of puzzles: "turn into a cup!!!"


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Well, the proof is in the pudding. So far no regular mortals have played it. 






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