Edited by lmitchell8075

Way to abstract for me. Once a game crosses the point of doing things differently just for show, they start to lose purpose. If it doesn't add anything to the experience, what's the point? Maybe it will prove me wrong.

Edited by HammondofTexas

Okay, this is actually Frog Fractions 2.

Posted by Qblivion


Posted by jimmyfenix
Edited by Spitznock

Not all that into it.

Posted by IcyEyes

@patrickklepek You're not the only one! Dafuq... The text at the end did a better job of explaining this than any of the visuals. The music is also really amateurish, which is quite fitting.

Posted by Video_Game_King

500 words? Fucking easy. *types it up way too far in advance, throws the curve all out of whack*

Posted by cyberfunk

Stop plugging your beer brand in video descriptions Patrick!

Posted by SpaceCouncil

That is compromised of Dark Matter

Posted by l3illyl3ob

@lmitchell8075: The abstract visuals do serve a purpose, it's a simple and effective way to create an environment and player models that fit their hide-and-seek style of gameplay. And it looks kinda neat.

Posted by JonnyAshley

so its antichamber?

Posted by Mr. Kamikaze

This gave me anxiety. Not the enjoyable kind, either.

Posted by liquidsnakegfer9

looks rad, I like games that aren't afraid to be as abstract as they please

Posted by GalacticPunt

@qblivion said:


Always Be Ostensibly

Posted by SpiderRumor

Jeez, that looked fantastic. Hope it comes out on PC 'cause this would legitimately be a decent reason for me to get a PS4.

Posted by Wandrecanada

Basically a 16 color version of Quake... Possibly 4 player split screen based on that last part?

That's the best essay I got.

Posted by ShakeSoda


Seriously though, looks super interesting.

Posted by MrKlorox

Patrick, please try drugs. Just ask Max.

Posted by ICantBeStopped
Edited by patrickklepek

@icantbestopped said:

@patrickklepek Still rockin' the 'ostensibly'...

Hey, someone's gotta. Ryan and I used to shoulder that burden, now I must go on.

Edited by ShaggE

Is it weird that I grinned at "ostensibly" as one would upon greeting an old friend?

Posted by BeachThunder

Is this dark world Antichamber?

Posted by MacEG


Posted by AssInAss