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[News - 04/15/2013 - 09:38]
I enjoy the movement, the ...
I enjoy the movement, the AI, the stealth and action combination, the joystick controls, the cover/move system, the 'last known position ' mechanic, the graphics, varied level design, the flexible options available to the player. Sure, it isn 't pure stealth, but I like being able to shoot my way ...
[News - 03/13/2013 - 07:10]
From other creators, I might ...
From other creators, I might dismiss this comment as the usual PR wank . r n r nBut from Jenova Chen, I believe and completely agree.
[News - 03/11/2013 - 07:14]
I like Valve, but I ...
I like Valve, but I 'm really baffled by the pricing. I assumed that they would be coming in at a competitive level less than half this price . r n r nFor less money, I can go out and buy a much better-spec and expandable system, which dual boots ...
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[News - 02/25/2013 - 06:07]
Jay, again, you are right. ...
Jay, again, you are right. Though I was thinking of the HL2 committee-driven design described here on Gamasutra , that is quite a long time ago.
[Blog - 02/21/2013 - 05:20]
Cheers Jeff, I think you ...
Cheers Jeff, I think you are right. There is a Scandinavian saying that supports your perspective: You learn to swim in winter and you learn to ski in summer . Basically, it means that the things we learn mature in our minds while we are engaged in doing something else. ...
[Blog - 02/21/2013 - 09:47]
Very interesting, thank you for ...
Very interesting, thank you for sharing. It would be interesting to map them with the standard business school motivational models, like Maslow 's 'Heirarchy of Needs '. r n r nPS. It is 'whittle ', not 'widdle ' widdle urinate
[News - 02/15/2013 - 12:49]
@ Fiore The Average Joe ...
@ Fiore The Average Joe is stupid r n r nI understand your point of view, and at times this perspective is useful, but personally I 'd be very careful with this assumption.