Hey guyz, I made a game with amazing gfx that can only be played at 360p. Cause the gfx are too amazing for your eyes to handle.
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No doubt Carmack is an intelligent dude. Although for all his talks and opinions I haven't seen anything materialize in the last 8 years in a successful project worthy of his grand claims of change.
To be honest I'm not on the Oculus Rift bangwagon, since in my view there appears to be serious detriments in the concept beyond just resolution or weight.
I hadn't been to GB since the 3rd... then this.. I thought it was a joke, but then... God. I really don't know what to say, or think... I might not of always agreed with Ryan, but god dammit no man could resist that bountiful personality. I will never forget Ryan Davis till the day I die, I would of bet GB would crumble before we'd ever loose Davis. This is probably very jumbled, but I'm really having trouble focusing any sensible thought.
If you're looking at your screen more then at the mini map in a shooter, in terms of competitiveness you're doing it wrong. So yes I agree mini maps have quite honestly ruined shooters, I like games like arma where the map is essentially more risk reward since its full screen.
Can someone explain to me what was so shocking about the Red Wedding episode? I've never read the books, but as soon Rob announced his plan to salvage the relationship by wedding his uncle I knew it would end in death. As well during the episode, as soon as Rob's wife is there with him I figured they were all gonna die, there would be no other reason for her to be there.
In terms of gore factor, it wasn't anything special especially since this is set in a fantasy medieval times equivalent. Another point being that the episode itself is named the Red Wedding, doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out Red in GoT means blood.
The only real complaint I have is that this entire season has been middling, the acting during the red wedding scene seems to have really suffered. The Lord that killed rob with the dagger seems to have magically allied himself with the Lanisters on the way to the wedding? They even gave him a catch phrase? This season has really disappointed me, and I'm starting to think there are simply too many storylines to address at once in an hour of TV a week.
The irrelevance , and fanboy present in this post presents us with the fact that the OP clearly suffers from some sort of cerebral deficiency never discovered before. Oh wait, its just an Apple fan posting in a forum. False alarm.