mattysen's forum posts

#1 Posted by mattysen (822 posts) -

@superpow: Cheers dude!

@BraveToaster: Haha, everyone I know music wise is a DJ who plays that crap. Gonna keep on making this weirder music too though definitely

#2 Posted by mattysen (822 posts) -

@BraveToaster: I take that as a massive complement, big fan of his stuff

#3 Posted by mattysen (822 posts) -

So I've been really into my music lately, I think I spend 20 hours last week making stuff that I really like that mean something to me. I've posted them to all my friends and music contacts then I still have like 3 listens on soundcloud...Which are all mine haha. I made a crappy Rihanna remix in two hours going back to my usual club dance sounds and already a few people are raving about that one even though it was made with practically no heart compared to the other more personal ones.

They're obscure as fuck though, I was getting sick of producing shinny commerical music with soo many rules to it that I just went off that completely and made two songs I guess hipsters would now call "post-dub" or "future garage".

They mean a lot to me and took a lot of time and thought, if they found someone who enjoyed listening to them then I'd really appreciate it :-)

#4 Edited by mattysen (822 posts) -

-To The Moon

-Oblivion

-UFC 2010 (huuuge fan)

Runners up: GTA 4, COD 4, Fallout 3, Mass Effect 2, Pokemon Diamond, Tekken 3, DBZ tenkaichi 1 lolololol

#5 Posted by mattysen (822 posts) -

@TaliciaDragonsong: @SlasherMan: Haha I could of had a bit of warning before I went into it that it would be one of those kinda games where you would have to find your swing first. I've bought Texas too as it really does look like a game I'd like regardless of how good or bad The Witcher is, I guess it's not gonna go anywhere I'll probably end up coming back to it then getting really stuck into it again like I did with Fallout at a later date.

#6 Edited by mattysen (822 posts) -

The Witcher was up for like £2 so I got it. My initial impressions of the game are quite disappointing to be honest, mainly because my mac can't handle it (on high settings anyway). Coming from a console gamers perspective the animations are very jarring with an unsteady run and indications of damage taking place even though my dude hasn't performed his hit animation.

The graphics don't exactly hold much either, although not bad, the game constantly attempts to do extreme close ups which don't look too great especially on minor characters with not so much detail on their textures. Not to mention the gawd awful lip syncing.

Although only playing for an hour the complexity isn't really more intense than that something Bioware would produce or something; albiet with a more cluttered interface which may make you think its more complex. But the main disappointment with the actual game has to come from the story, which although more dark than any other RPG I've ever played, hit well over a handful of obvious cliches and melodramatic dialog that smacked me right out of any immersion.

I think I'm gonna have to invest in The Real Texas since even though the combat gameplay looks like its worthy of being placed as one of miniclips flash games and graphics are minimal it probably won't have all these gripes I have with The Witcher and commercial games.

#7 Posted by mattysen (822 posts) -

@Dagbiker:

#8 Posted by mattysen (822 posts) -

Hi all, I've recently got a macbook as a birthday present and until I get a new xbox I guess I'm condemned to gaming on this platform. My dilema is for The Real Texas, a fresh new indie game with what appears to be a hell of a lot of charm, or the orignal Witcher as both are currently available for £5 online. I think initially The Real Texas looks as if its a world which is much more charming and orignal than the Witcher. However the production values are slim pickings compared to what some would rate as the best RPG's of this generation. What do you reckon?

#9 Posted by mattysen (822 posts) -

Hi all, I've recently got a macbook as a birthday present and until I get a new xbox I guess I'm condemned to gaming on this platform. My dilema is for The Real Texas, a fresh new indie game with what appears to be a hell of a lot of charm, or the orignal Witcher as both are currently available for £5 online. I think initially The Real Texas looks as if its a world which is much more charming and orignal than the Witcher. However the production values are slim pickings compared to what some would rate as the best RPG's of this generation. What do you reckon?

#10 Posted by mattysen (822 posts) -

Why not Nolan North? He's not just a voice actor, at least that would create more consistancy between the video game and the full feature movie