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  • Shingro 1:52 am on November 29, 2012 Permalink
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    @cgrajko EYE does indeed have multiplayer, I always intended to get into that game but never did, though I do understand it’s basic systems, if people head in to play, by all means send me a note, I’d love to get better adjusted in there and some good friends would probably help with that =)

  • Mohammad AlHuraiz 1:14 pm on August 29, 2012 Permalink
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    @redswir1 I reviewed Solatorobo for the squad! I really love the game, I would kill to see a sequel. I do suggest you carry on with the game, I can’t say it’s short (20 hour game where each 10 hours are their own stories), but it is one of those games that will stick to you even after you’ve beaten it and put it back in the shelf.

    @impyknickers yeah, the language in E.Y.E. is made up

    In case you don’t know, the PSOne classics support update for the Vita is up, the emulation but has a pretty inconvenient form of getting the games on it (Oh, Sony…)

    Something that not a lot of people are talking about is that Playstation Mobile games (games that are available on Playstation-certified Android phones) are going to be playable on Vita, I can’t find a way to get the games there but there are a few I would like to finally play on there (Namely the Dead Space mobile game that I keep hearing is pretty good).

    I also recently beat Darksiders 2, in some cases it’s better than the first, but I really do miss the dungeons designed around ruined modern day buildings the first game had, the final boss was pathetic but I guess the ending wasn’t anything to complain about. Looking forward to the next two, I wonder how they play on the next games.

  • Mohammad AlHuraiz 10:24 am on August 26, 2012 Permalink
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    @impyknickers Russian made? I thought the developer was French.

  • ckim 10:39 pm on August 23, 2012 Permalink
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    I picked up E.Y.E. during one of the ridiculous Steam sales (as we all are wont to do), but I haven’t really spent much time with it. I’d be interested in trying out the co-op with someone, though.

    It looks like a cool game, and I clearly need to spend a bit of time with it.

    In other news, I am undertaking the (ridiculous) task of cataloging all of my unplayed games over at the Backloggery, and, as I mentioned to Pete, I clearly have a Steam Sale / Indie Bundle problem. Well, see for yourself if you like: http://backloggery.com/LoveIsUnity (Also, if any of you are on there, add me. We’ll be friends!)

  • unmanneddrone 12:33 pm on August 23, 2012 Permalink
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    @impynickers Good man on the E.Y.E. front, have been quite intrigued by it from the sidelines. Might snag it down the line in a sale or something. French, right? Might explain something about the aesthetic…strikes me as very Western Euro, Métal Hurlant meets Bilal or something.

    Gotta love these curiosities. I daresay I might dig it far more than Human Revolution. Still feel like some sort of reluctant hipster for not enjoying that one as I should have. Just found the characters so utterly cheddar – and by that, I should probably say Edam, as opposed to a biting Blue. Just a bit too buttery for my liking.

  • impynickers 5:48 am on August 23, 2012 Permalink
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    @RedSwirl I loved Arx Fatalis. It was the last game before Legend of Grimrock that I remember doing First Person Dungeon Crawling with a lot of polish and elegance. Never got around to Dark Messiah. Just got on the recommendation of Undercroft, and man does that game fit me like a glove. Portable gaming is usually hard for me to commit to, but this game finally had me jumping in whenever i had a pause. The missions are all straight forward, the exploration is easy with an effective map, and each mission doesn’t seem to take so long that I feel like I can blow through it on a lunch break or on a bus. Quite awesome really. I feel like a kid again pooring over a computer screen playing Might and Magic, only it now doesn’t take hours to do anything.

    So of course I am working through a few different games from the past steam sale. Picked up EYE:Devine Cybermancy. It seemed geared toward a Deus Exy crowd, and it definitely treads much of that territory in its gameplay. It is quite rough. Were talking about a Russian made game, so you know what to expect. Really cool ideas in a rough package. The game maintains a very dream like atmosphere, which I find really interesting. Each time you load the game up you start in a dream, and wake inside the current chapter you are on. You can play the whole game co-op which is pretty interesting. There are also a staggering array of class skills that you can develop. The main weakness I would say is the interface. There are just too many options to navigate quickly. Otherwise though it is quite satisfying in a lot of ways. The gunplay is surprisingly realistic. A bullet will kill an enemy quite easily, and you yourself are not a tank. (though you can get crazy abilities that keep you above the enemies) The Sci Fi atmosphere is actually quite unique here, if a bit confusing. The general aesthetic leans away from the Matrix and occasionally finds itself closer to Metropolis. The game isn’t a particularly beautiful one, though it does have a consistent and interesting aesthetic. If you can bring yourself to play Half Life or Deus Ex, you will probably not be too disturbed.
    So far so good, though other games may splinter my attention away from this game … it certainly seems like something I would want to come back to and share with people online.

  • Shingro 11:22 pm on August 6, 2011 Permalink
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    Of all the things I’d normally list as “not pretentious” I wouldn’t expect “narrating my ever action” to be among them =P

    So does it say more about Bastion or Braid that it feels less so? =D

    In other news, as an old school lover of Shadowrun P&P system, you have no idea how much I want to get some E.Y.E going with some squad co-op missions, even if there’s likely to be stiff competition for the roll of “Dude who is hacking while everyone else is shooting”

    Also I’ll join the Whatchabeenplayin set (potentially to someone’s discomfort =D) in a post or two, I work most of this weekend though so I’ll make a sadface for now 😦

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