>Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has more space combat than Star Wars: Battlefront
>The only way to get Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Remastered is to preorder Infinite Warfare
>Implying it will even come close to being like the legacy that was COD4
This is not how things were supposed to go down. This is not how the balance was meant to be played out. Everything is horribly wrong, everything is not right.
What does she even do?
I have 8 of rewatch beta keys I'll be giving out during the course of this thread
On your marks.....
Thoughts on the FGC?
I'll cleanse the bastards curse
What went wrong?
Infinite Warfare is gonna be shit, isn't it?
Pic related, only reason anyone will buy COD 2016
People actually thought they'd play Skyrim and Grand Theft Auto for free on this, and paid massive Kickstarter bucks for it
I bought one. It would have been great in the era of the PS2, but Sony/Microsoft game stores were already open to indie games in the modern era so the business model of the Ouya was pointless.
post vidya advertisements
Rap aside, is this game good?
One of the harder Rare games. Game doesn't really start until quarter way in because you have to unlock everyone. Has some great worlds and puzzles but can get tedious because collectathon.
Worth playing through at least once, you don't have to collect every little thing but if you can every other collectathon game will then seem small in comparison.
Is Spiderman the most underrated superhero in the videogame industry?
Not really. He's just bugged down with some mediocre games.
>sports games are fun
>anime games are gay
>D. Souls series could be much better
>Nintendo is for children
>/v/ really isn't all that bad
How would you procedurally generate creatures and spaceships in a way that doesn't use a list of parts?
In terms of importance to gaming, I'd say an algorithm for it would be in the third highest tier, alongside a good standard of highly adaptable player control and an efficient powder-toy-like 3D engine.
I'm not a game designer so it seems a little bit of a stretch to me.
how do you randomly generate a mesh of assets if you have no assets modeled? an algorithm can't just pull them out of nowhere
How's that Youtube channel coming along?