Heyo! It's been a while since I was on these forums, but I just finished my last midterm and should have a lot more time to contribute to Thrive (I already mentioned this on the slack channel, but I'm going to try doing a 96 hour Thrive coding Marathon this Thursday to get a bunch of features in).
Anyway, back to the topic. I just realized that no-one has mentioned my number one favorite game, Ark: Survival Evolved. It costs a tad of money, but it's well worth it. In the game you can build stuff (like huts, fire, and eventually getting to pistols, machine, guns, and lasers), hunt dinosaurs (including flying on dragons and pterodactyls), tame and breed your own dinosaurs, and fight other players. And it has the best graphics I've ever seen in the game, so check it out.
I like how whimsical the game is, particularly WildCard's handling of the animals. Their solution to preventing every animal from being cut-and-paste is giving them crazy abilities and quirks, like Diplocaulus being a living oxygen tank, Arthropleura squirting armor-melting venom, and Tapejara hovering like an attack helicopter.
right from the geto i know its early acces and all but thats my problem it is early access when they didnt need to because they wanted there money sooner and think about it they had the budget to hire profishinal qna testers that but that would cost money so they added pretty unoptimized graphics so that they can get there money and dont get me started on there animals there all ugly unorignal lazily animated pieces of Belgium the rex looks like a bobble head and the quetz moves like a stiff board the only model i like is the dodo rex because that has more originality then most other creatures and it was made by a fan
gameplay is your generic zombie survival game where you can tame zombies ride them grind get over powerd gear destroy every unfortnate soul who loged in m5 days after you beat the boss get gear that breaks any hope of balance there you win and for the multiplayer this qoute fits it well "keeping the strong strong and the weak weak"
strip away the pretty graphics even tho everything still looks like playdough on high and you got a bland game with blanned mechanics with bland zombies and zero balance
and do you know what the worst part it just paves the way for lazy game design inn the future
as you can tell i depise this games very existance
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Mar 22, 2017 19:13:20 GMT
TheGraveKnight: I'm not sure whether this makes me feel better or worse
Mar 22, 2017 19:30:58 GMT
phantomhunter01: It wasn't really a terrorist attack, right? I thought it was just some crazy guy.
Mar 23, 2017 1:40:40 GMT
Atrox: Is an attack that causes terror not a terrorist attack?
Mar 23, 2017 4:38:54 GMT
Immortal_Dragon: A terrorist attack is one that is politically motivated and is intended to have a political outcome or effect on the political climate. At least I think that's what the criteria are.
Mar 23, 2017 13:55:23 GMT
TheGraveKnight: So I finally beat the Automatron DLC for Fallout 4. Despite the obnoxious farming that I had to do, it was still fun, especially at the end.
Mar 23, 2017 15:25:15 GMT
TheGraveKnight: I looked up footage of Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and funnily enough, it wasn't the design or gameplay that surprised me. It was because they actually did voice acting (minus Link because Miyamoto hates story) for the characters!
Mar 25, 2017 18:58:55 GMT
serialkiller: I wish dinosaurs wouldn't be extinct
Mar 25, 2017 22:06:35 GMT
serialkiller: I know it would be dangerous and terrifying
Mar 25, 2017 22:07:37 GMT
serialkiller: But imagine how cool it would be to see living spinos and tyrannos
Mar 25, 2017 22:08:39 GMT
mitobox: I had a dream not too long ago involving a trip to a zoo. One of the animals there looked like a gray, bulky Stegosaurus, but the exhibit stated that it wasn't an actual Stego, or a dinosaur for that matter.
Mar 25, 2017 22:15:28 GMT
mitobox: It just looked that way because plates and tail spikes worked pretty well last time (convergence). I'm pretty sure the exhibit also said the animal was cold-blooded.
Mar 25, 2017 22:16:30 GMT