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Comment on Five Years of Following Freeware: Year Five article:
CHRIS LEE
Oct 4, 2015

I always have go hunting for download links ,i can’t load any of these games in my browser due to my 3g connection.


Comment on Five Years of Following Freeware: Year Five article:
Jackal Jackal
Oct 4, 2015

Thanks for the link. Not sure what happened to the JayIsGames page in two weeks since posting. I’ve updated the text accordingly.


Comment on Five Years of Following Freeware: Year Five article:
CHRIS LEE
Oct 3, 2015

http://ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-30/?action=preview&uid=29081

Dropbox links for generation ship are this ludumdare page.


Comment on Until Dawn article:
Beery
Oct 3, 2015

Well, the Coen brothers, who are A-list directors, don’t seem to consider him a C-list actor, and they should know.


Comment on Blues and Bullets: Episode 1 - The End of Peace article:
Patrick1982
Oct 3, 2015

This looks like a strange game. But i love the atmosphere.


Comment on Until Dawn article:
Patrick1982
Oct 3, 2015

Peter Stormare is a C-list actor.
I disliked him from the moment i first saw him in prisonbreak. TIll later in his career in the movies he played in. Personaly i have a problem taking him seriously. Bad acting. It looks like a parody of himselve.


Comment on Until Dawn article:
Beery
Oct 2, 2015

Peter Stormare is not a C-list actor.


Comment on Hidden: On the Trail of the Ancients article:
Jackal Jackal
Oct 1, 2015

The developers of this game are from Argentina. I’m sure they know their own region.


Comment on Hidden: On the Trail of the Ancients article:
rtrooney rtrooney
Sep 30, 2015

All I can say is that your experience with the real Patagonia is totally different from mine. I won’t argue that there may be forested regions in eastern Chile and Argentina, But that is not what is defined as Patagonia. Check any climate map, and you will see that it’s exactly what I say it is, a desert.

Which, by the way, does not equate with “deserted” which is the way you chose to interpret my comment.


Comment on Hidden: On the Trail of the Ancients article:
lennon
Sep 29, 2015

The above comment about the Patagonia being a deserted region is absolutely wrong. The Patagonia takes a huge part of the Argentinean country and It has beautiful mountains, mirror-like lakes, forrests, lot´s of weathers and a huge variety of wild life. Disney visited the region before shooting his movie Bamby and it´s generally agreed that he we inspired by that landscape (since it´s very similar). The area is very populated and has been like that since the early times (the indians named by the conquistadores “patagones” inhabited the land). Cabins as the one portraited in this article are very common. Most of that area recieved german inmigrants (that´s why a lot of germans emigrate there after WW2), and the constructions in wood and stone may look somwhat like those in Germany.


Comment on Hidden: On the Trail of the Ancients article:
Giles Habibula Giles Habibula
Sep 29, 2015

Thanks for the warning.

I think I’ll wait until part 2 comes out before I pick up part 1. I’m not a fan of episodic games.


Comment on Hidden: On the Trail of the Ancients article:
rtrooney rtrooney
Sep 28, 2015

I hate to say it, but you lost me at “an expedition into the South American forests of Patagonia”. Patagonia is an arid coastal region along the south-western edge of South America. Patagonia is, by normal description, a desert.

This may be a great game. But if the premise, and the description were to start out saying, “an expedition into the urban Chicago environment with a view to the Pacific Ocean,” I would be equally skeptical.

Is this a “must suspend belief in reality” type game? Or is this a game that expects you to suspend reality, because nothing the game is based on is real?


Comment on Cradle article:
pygmyking pygmyking
Sep 23, 2015

I’ve been following this game’s development for a fair while, and so the shortcomings described in this review are rather disappointing. The world stills looks and sounds great, though. I’ll probably buy it, but with reduced expectations.


Comment on STASIS article:
Advie Advie
Sep 22, 2015

i just finished this beautifully disturbing game, but about the review (i do not wanna sound rude) this paragraph, here “That said, I’m a bit of a completist and the diaries don’t contain any information crucial to making progress – that’s reserved for a relatively small number of emails and computer terminals – so if you get bored you can skim or skip them” is totally misleading!, the diaries hold much clues that are sometimes crucial for solving puzzles, and at others could give some hint about what you could do with the surroundings.


Comment on STASIS article:
jduyhdi
Sep 21, 2015

+
isometric arcadian goodness
lots of object/room descriptions to peruse
evocative soundtrack
puzzles that don’t frustrate

-
unskippable cut-scenes/dialogues
voice acting is only intermittently good
short duration
abrupt ending
some puzzles where a little too easy


4/5 (developer deserves special accolade though, considering the small size of the production)



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