LoktarOgar's forum posts

#1 Edited by LoktarOgar (355 posts) -

@alex Where does Wolf Among Us rank in your list of game representations of New York? I remember you liking it a lot at first and I feel like, regardless of how you or anyone else may have felt about the middle episodes, the atmosphere in this game never lets up. Probably the best of any game I've played since Vagrant Story.

#2 Posted by LoktarOgar (355 posts) -

@loktarogar said:

I have two games for you fine folks:

One is a PS1 racing game where the cars are kind of like clown cars in that the nose and rear are very small. You could customize your car by buying different engines (and probably wheels and stuff, but I specifically remember engines). I also remember a lot of blue in the menus. I only ever rented it and I don't think I ever anyone talk about it either online or in real life. No idea if it holds up, but I remember liking it a lot. Probably played this around 1998~

The second one is a top down space shooter, probably on the PC, where you could pick up different weapons and they'd just hang off of the side of your ship until you had a ship that's like 10 weapons wide, five on either side. That's not a lot to go on, but I figured I'd try anyway. The only other specific detail I can offer is that I must have played it before the year 2000.

Can't be sure, but...

Motor Toon GP and Xenon 2: Megablast?

Motor Toon GP doesn't seem like it's what I'm thinking of (I think it was less fantastical than that), but Xenon 2 definitely does, so thank you for that.

#3 Posted by LoktarOgar (355 posts) -

I have two games for you fine folks:

One is a PS1 racing game where the cars are kind of like clown cars in that the nose and rear are very small. You could customize your car by buying different engines (and probably wheels and stuff, but I specifically remember engines). I also remember a lot of blue in the menus. I only ever rented it and I don't think I ever anyone talk about it either online or in real life. No idea if it holds up, but I remember liking it a lot. Probably played this around 1998~

The second one is a top down space shooter, probably on the PC, where you could pick up different weapons and they'd just hang off of the side of your ship until you had a ship that's like 10 weapons wide, five on either side. That's not a lot to go on, but I figured I'd try anyway. The only other specific detail I can offer is that I must have played it before the year 2000.

#4 Posted by LoktarOgar (355 posts) -

"Who knew rocker Andrew W.K. was a wordsmith?"

Anyone who's ever listened to his I Get Wet album.

#5 Edited by LoktarOgar (355 posts) -

Bali is the most well-known city in Indonesia, as it’s home to the country’s largest tourist population. DreadOut developer Digital Happiness is located in Bandung, situated to the west of Bali.

Okay, as I said, Bali is an island. Secondly, Bandung is 500 miles away from Bali, on another Island (Java), home to over half of Indonesia's population. In short, Bali has fuck all to do with Digital Happiness' location.

#6 Edited by LoktarOgar (355 posts) -

Bali's not a city bro, it's an island.

#7 Posted by LoktarOgar (355 posts) -

Dante's Inferno 2: Dante's Purgatory, I'm waiting for you!

#8 Posted by LoktarOgar (355 posts) -
#9 Posted by LoktarOgar (355 posts) -

@hailinel said:

I hope he does well in his new venture. Castlevania's going down the toilet with MercurySteam at the helm.

1) Lords of Shadow 1 made more money than any Castlevania Igarashi's done.

2) Even that weren't the case, Lords of Shadow 2 was the end of MercurySteam's work on the franchise anyway.

#10 Posted by LoktarOgar (355 posts) -

Giant "Eve Online Souls" Bomb.

This is not the site I signed up to, but I sure am liking it.