Sep 4th 2010 7:34PM Looks awesome. I'm really excited about the character creation, I hope you really can see and feel the decisions made at the beginning impact your game, as they say you will. Wish I would have gone to PAX!
Jun 28th 2010 10:07PM I think that's a poor excuse for a sexy robot. I could have designed a better sexy robot. Better sexy robots:
Jun 28th 2010 9:51PM In all fairness, I was never going to buy a Mickey Mouse game anyway.. but this is kind of laughably stupid. If his image is too precious to allow him to look mean, why give players the freedom to choose bad actions?
Jun 12th 2010 2:15AM Could this result in.. players that aren't uber competitive and mostly enjoy playing with friends getting the chance to really enjoy BGs.. AND perhaps BGs being doable as a tournament format? I think both could be good.
Jun 9th 2010 2:35AM I liked what I saw of the characters. I like cartoony style to a point, and from the brief voiceovers in the trailer, it looks like Monkey won't be annoyingly stupid and Trip won't be annoyingly whiny.
Jun 9th 2010 2:28AM Although i still prefer reading actual books, if I was still doing a lot of traveling I'd actually buy this. Anything I absolutely loved that I don't already own, I'd have to buy an actual copy of though. The selection is pretty good, lots of books that I consider influential, but also quite a few that I haven't already heard the whole story secondhand.
Jun 6th 2010 4:31PM Chrono Cross is a badass game! Probably in my top five of all time. And it does have particularly nice music. I used to intentionally let it sit on the menu screen sometimes so i could fall asleep to the music.
Jun 3rd 2010 9:34PM So maybe it isn't technically very protective, but I really like the look of it and the detail variation in the designs. I suppose an archer wouldn't really need extremely protective armor, but I'm assuming a warrior would be glad to have some. Although not every culture's warriors have worn much to fight.
I don't personally have a problem with "unrealistic" armor sets in fantasy games, its fantasy after all. I just find it slightly irksome if they don't make any effort at all to coordinate what the armor suppose ably does to what it looks like. C'mon people, have the courage to just come right out and tell us that that cleavage is in fact protected- by magic.
May 29th 2010 1:38PM Wow, I can't believe the average age of PC gamers is 42...
Holy shit. I think I just figured out what the ultimate question to the ultimate answer is.
May 29th 2010 1:29PM I might still pick up Demigod. I had fun with the demos at Quakecon last year and then it just never made it to the top of my "priority to buy" list.