- Feb 5, 2011
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This looks very much like a playthrough I'm watching on Youtube for a game called "My Time At Portia". I'm not a fan of a lot of video game walkthroughs (mostly because of the people doing the talking), but Ladyshelab is a good Youtuber. In fact, Summer in Mara looks so similar (in places), I'd be surprised if she doesn't start a video series of that one too.This looks like it will be super adorable: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/chibig/summer-in-mara-an-adventure-set-in-a-tropical-ocea
99gb on disk or 150gb digital download.Now that several copies of Red Dead Redemption 2 have appeared in my local CEX at a not unreasonable £25, I'm very tempted to treat myself.
Can anyone advise how much space it requires on Xbox One hard drive please? My 1st gen Xbox has a number of uncompleted games installed, which I do revisit occasionally and am loathe to delete. Think I have only 80gb or so free. Would that be enough for RDR2?
You can start a PM conversation with any of us.so I need help on how to run it by the mods.
You're all right to post the link, I think.Just a heads up we may in for stricter video game regulation no thanks to a troll on steam plus we no longer have the eu fundamental rights.im not sure if I should post a link about the game or not so I need help on how to run it by the mods.
The game is what is called a “sandbox”: where the gamer is free to roam and alter a virtual world. The developer describes it as “post-Soviet and sad 3D” where “nothing awaits you: there is no chance to get out, no room for adventures, nor a breathtaking plot.” All you have to do is experience the precisely detailed, pixelated mundanity of the world around you.
It's supposed to be bleak and pointless?This new video game lets you do nothing in particular in a suburban Russian tower block
A real real-life simulatorThis new video game lets you do nothing in particular in a suburban Russian tower block
Exactly. I mean if you want to just wander around the land and discover places? You can. But there is a narrative going on. There are plot points, missions ad objectives.There's plenty of that in the Fallout games, but at least you can actually do stuff.
Google pushing streaming is bad for the consumer and the this is what the media industry wants because it's a good way of controlling access to content be it games movies or music and no Option to download with a subscription service and to kill off physical media.
A very different animal. Steam is a digital distribution channel. You could compare it to the Xbox/Windows Store or the PlayStation store. You pay to download a single copy of a game.Steam already exists.
Successful might be stretching it a little. PlayStation Now's pricing per game rental is ridiculously high. That put a lot of people off the whole service.Playstation Now is a successful games streaming service already, I'm sure there's an Xbox equivalent.
Exactly. It's a great proposition for the consumer.The difference with the Google service is that you don't need to buy a new console every few years or constantly upgrade your computer to play the latest games.
That nail was largely put in last generation if we're being realistic, I suppose. As digital sales started to rise. This gen the consoles don't even run the game off the disc you buy. You're purchasing an installer, not the game. And once it is installed it will need to be patched afterwards to run it.If this takes off it will be the final nail in the coffin for the second-hand game market - great news for developers.