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Started by JrDude, February 09, 2017, 03:09:27 AM
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Quote from: Zero on February 09, 2017, 03:43:16 PMi generally avoid these types of "games"they aren't games really
Quote from: JrDude on February 09, 2017, 11:10:52 PMI understand why you would think this, and though I disagree, this is still a fun time.
Quote from: Zero on February 10, 2017, 11:02:00 AMYou can disagree with a fact all you want bud doesn't change reality. I forget the times we live in though. I can be trans-species and poop.Life is Strange demonstrates a recent trend in gaming that I hope dies.
Quote from: Zero on February 10, 2017, 12:31:20 PMDouble posting because I can this forum gets next to no activity anyway get intercourse ed ~These "games" are lazy and cheap to make. You need animators and the like, but actual "designers" are not found here and if they are they are hacks that have no game ideas so they make a Choose Your Own Adventure video game. These are games that could be played by your DVD player and they would certainly fit better there. You don't need a controller. Or a mouse. They're interactive movies and you're all getting ripped off. If you enjoy video games you should recognize the threat these games represent. They're easy lays and are one symptom of the disease running rampant in this industry. With that said,...I was gifted some on Steam, and I worked my way through them. They were TellTales The Walking Dead games. I like the story and the characters. The path I took was interesting and I felt I made some impactful choices where others were pretty weak. Had I paid money for this I would've been mad off at how little gameplay there is, but I still liked the series and want Season 3. Will probably buy it for extremely cheap at some point now that I'm invested.I feel like they have a place in the industry but really wish they weren't so intercourse ing popular and really wish that people didn't hype them up as video games when they review them as movies in the end. They almost always get good scores and their gameplay is ALWAYS ignored. These "games" are some of the best rated games in the industry and they have little gameplay. Other games don't get evaluated this way its ridiculous. If you don't think this is a problem then you are the problem.
Quote from: Super on February 10, 2017, 06:09:31 PMI never liked these "games" either really. Nothing against the story, art, and whatever, but if I wanted a movie or book I'd just get a movie or book. Video games can be used to convey stories well and whatnot, but for me immersion has to be more than having a good story. The beauty of video games, in my opinion, is in participation; to be in the action.
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Quote from: PrivilegedYoshi on January 12, 2018, 06:19:44 PMI get why the Tumblrinas love it, and I also get the hate.Pros:There are a couple very good Choices Matter™ ethical dilemmas in the game. The red herring is pulled off well. Polarized (episode 5) is a mental clusterintercourse rivaling that of Lost or Fringe.If you are interested in psychiatric disorders, they're pretty much all on display in this game, and most of them are pulled off competently.Despite being Tumblrbait, limited amounts of SocJus (at least in the basic season; can't speak to the prequel.) The only thing it really likes to preach about is bullying.S/S relationships which are present but are not made a big deal about.Cons:Indietrash music is intercourse ing horrid.Chloe comes across as a writer's pet.It's a walking simulator.Short.Personal recommendation: Rent or check out from library.
Quote from: Custom on January 14, 2018, 02:34:30 PMwhat are you telling me they listen to tegan and sara
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