- Apr 3, 2010
Air on the G String? Could it be Orchestra Hero: Master Maestro?
No, you just know your own mind? scary!CrazyBlaze said:
With complementary Horse Armor. They learned their lesson, honest!Zachary Amaranth said:
Lovecraft licence? Isn't Lovecraft public domain now? From what I read his works from before 1923 are all public domain, but his works since are subject to controversy.PureIrony said:
You have exactly two examples and no more. That isn't enough data to objectively qualify which company would make a better Fallout the next time around. People are split on which game they like better and Obsidian had a Hell of a pair of shoulders to stand on in the second iteration of the modern Fallout series.Freezy_Breezy said:
Congratulations, you've just complained about someone making a point you didn't actually read or try to understand as if it was in direct disagreement with your opinion. Welcome to the Internet! Enjoy your stay.Freezy_Breezy said:>>"Objectively"
>>Irrelevant "redesigning game world" nonsense
Congratulations, you've taken someone's short, subjective opinion and decided to tell them in long detail why you think they're wrong because you think you're objectively right. Welcome to the Internet! Enjoy your stay.
And just incidentally, they threw out the "original theme" with their bullshit good vs evil "Man aren't the Brotherhood great oh no you can't use that logic stuff to find at least two other people to finish the end to avoid our totally poignant heroic sacrifice" tomfoolery. They created a buggy as shit engine, well done, Troika did that too for Vampire and they got pounded into oblivion for it.
Actually they got screwed over. I forget why, but they had to rush the game out or something. I also read somewhere that the devs, on the day before Troika closed, stayed at work and tried to iron out as many bugs as possible for no pay.Freezy_Breezy said:Troika did that too for Vampire and they got pounded into oblivion for it.