Too bad. I actually liked the rune system way more than in League of Legends. And the role system was interesting too, even though it felt a bit stiff to lock yourself into a very specific role for the whole match.
I have a special request and seek the help from those who are creative and cunning with image creation tools, such as Photoshop or whatever you prefer when you're drawing or chopping pictures together.
I have this friend who really like, no really love (almost obsessed about), raving rabbids. And her birthday is coming up in a few weeks from now, so I thought that I wanted to give something really nerdy to this special one. Of course the rabbids theme came to mind.
Unfortunately I'm not good at drawing, and not even good at photoshopping either. So I turn to you who are for some help with this. I would love to have a custom made birthday card which involved the rabbids and their well known craziness. I'm trying to put a vision together of what it could look like, but so far I can't really get my thoughts that straight. I've come up with a couple of pointers though of what it could include.
The rabbids themselves (duh), in different crazy poses and activities they may do. Maybe 5-10 rabbids, in the foreground and background. I don't know, the amount of rabbids isn't the main point, just would be cool to have a couple of crazy things going on.
Birthday/celebration themed stuff, i.e. cake, balloons, banners, confetti, presents etc. You get the point, let's throw a birthday party.
Other rabbids themed stuff (items they used in games, or items that the may used based on their crazy behavior), i.e. drain sucker, paintball guns, toilet paper, cows, costumes etc. If you played the games you know what I'm talking about.
So, what do you guys say? Multiple suggestions from one or more people are welcome. You can mail them to....or wait, even better, just post them in this thread for anyone to use for birthday cards, wallpapers or whatever. We all love the rabbids right?
“Timespinner is a 2D Metroidvania Platformer for PC, Mac OS X, and Linux. At its heart, the game is a child of the great pixelated classics of the SNES and PS1 age. From the rich story worlds of Star Ocean, the expansive gothic castle exploration in Castlevania, and the tight gameplay of Megaman X, Timespinner seeks to weave all of these elements into one amazing game.“
That alone made me want to play this game whenever it's finished, and after watching their trailer they had me hooked up to actually support the campaign. The art style looks amazing, the platforming seems to just as amazing as most Castlevania and Mega Man games. And the music is what got me to give a little extra. If you're a fan of old school 'metroidvania' games, this should be right up your ally.
By the way, some of the already met stretch goals are for the game to be released on both PS4 and PS Vita. Local co-op will also be included as of the current amount pledged. The next goal is not too far away, which means they will be releasing it on the 3DS too. I really hope that happens. I bet this will play great on a dual screen handheld system.
Well, as you can probably tell I'm hyped, and I hope others on here are/will be too.