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- Joined on February 15th 2008, last online on 27 April 2017.
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Hello! You are cordially invited to join our community for the fourth, and likely last, Wii Secret Santa event! If you're interested, just PM me or post in this thread:
by December 20th.
Alternatively, if you're more into PC gaming at the moment, you can join us for VGChartz' third Steam Secret Santa event instead. Just PM me, or post in this thread:
by the 20th.
Either way, have a happy holiday season, and see you around the forums!
Our Kickstarter page is up and running: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1265375819/gravblocks
Our game is GravBlocks and is being built for PC, Mac, and Android (maybe iOS if that isn't a nightmare to get into). We have built a challenging puzzle game that adds a new dynamic to the classic "falling block" puzzle.
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They would need to actually offer gaming that is drastically, not just graphically, different from what we already have. ...
I've been saying this for years, the biggest problem to Nintendo is the Nintendo fanboys who drive away third party support and force Nintendo into bottleneck development by ignoring every 3rd party game and buying anything and everything with Mario, Link, or Pokeman on the cover and little else. You can't complain about gimped games or missing features, and you can't complain about not having...
I don't think it's fair to assume that just because a title is indie that it has lower quality or is a buggy mess. Skyrim certainly wasn't indie, and it was a massively buggy mess. That said, I have had a similar overall issue with the gaming industry as a whole these days--largely due to the apparent need to make every game about murdering people. It's low-brow, it's easy, and it's...
Eye colour: Blue
Hair colour: Brown
Relationship status: Dating
Favourite Food: Pizza, cheese, meat.