What was that game called for the xbox 360 i think it was...Frame City Killer? That looked cool.
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Actually I would add to my other post: Being religious. Very controversial, but none the less damaging to people's outlook on life, and society in general.
Psychosis and Dissociative personality disorder are some of the worst, as they tend to function without rhyme or reason and can do the most harm to people around them. Often times people mistake these for Psychopathy, or the out-dated alternate term Sociopathy. Many great or influential men throughout history had many Psychopathic traits, which in the right circumstances can be a good thing. Unfortunately due to movies and Hollywood, and the general media, this term has become demonized and synonymous with serial killers, even though true psychopathic serial killers are extremely rare.
I really enjoyed the whole season. It's pretty par for the course to have the 'light vs dark' storyline, but it's rare to find it done in such a subtle personal way. The tiny details make this show, things they barely even draw attention to, but still have quite a substantial impact on the identity of the situation and the characters. Plus that 6 minute tracking shot in the biker episode was one of the best bits of cinema I've seen in a long time!
I've not read the entire thread so I'm sure someone has already mentioned this, but the Yellow King and Carcosa all have ties to a book written by Robert chambers. All the quotes we heard throughout the season "strange is the night when black stars rise, in Carcosa" "Take off your mask" are all taken from it. It seems odd that they didn;t address any of that in the last episode, so I'm wondering if that will be the through-line throughout the other seasons.
Also it's slightly cheesey, I know, but I did like how in the last shot, only 2 stars were initially visable with more and more coming into sight as the shot went on.
Anyway, bring on season 2!
@grizzledwolf: First I'd try to force Steam to re-update itself by goin ginto your Steam directory and deleting the ClientRegistry.Blob, don't worry this won't affect your games etc, this will just make Steam force itself to update.
Next I'd se if it's a hardware failure by going into my computer, and right clicking the drive in which your Steam is installed to, and running an error check on the hdd: Rigt click>Properties>Tools>Error Checking>Check now.
Hope it's not hardware failure! Hope it's just Steam being Steam :)
What it reads and really is: Donkey Kong Country: Diddy's Kong Quest
What I read: Donkey Kong Country: Diddy Kong's Quest
Man! I've been reading that title wrong for years! Also I just got the play on words!
I kind of have a different perspective on this: Personally I didn't really enjoy this game as much as I thought I would (after loving the hell out of ATDD). The story was interesting and the setting was very creepy, but the gameplay really let it down for me. The dangerous monster encounters (which there are only a handful, most of the time when you see an enemy you are safely behind a scripting wall) were not as tense as the previous game's. In fact I don't remember a single time in A Machine for Pigs where I was truly scared, either by a jump scare or sheer terror at a monster. It is a good game but it feels (thematically) more like a Dear Esther than a true sequel to The Dark Descent, with much more down-time and safety.
I cannot wait for Frictional to try their hand at an Amnesia again. In my eyes, those guys are still the true masters of the horror game genre :)
You should turn shadows to medium and unit detail or high or very high (down from extreme) also unit size down to large also helps. From what I've read this game uses the cpu is some very inefficient ways. With those settings turned down (and alpha veg off of course) im getting, on average, above 40fps with everything else on extreme.
i7 950 at stock settings
gtx 660ti 3gb
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