Dolgion Chuluunbaatar's Blog
I like playing games, and even more to think about their possiblities. Visit my blog: lostinthezone.wordpress.com
I explain my concerns with the new Thief game based on the recent announcement that the XP system was scrapped.
I'm offering some thoughts on the idea of "narrative LEGO's" put for by Ken Levine.
I provide thoughts as to what the real issue is with the model of the Xbox One and other new platforms that Bob Chipman laments in his piece "Xbox? Done."
Shortly after I finished BioShock Infinite I somewhat foolishly declared it as the best game I ever played. I had convinced myself into believing that for a day under the influence of hype and very good story twist. Now I sobered and give my honest views.
As Bioshock Infinite will be upon us in a little more than a months time, I played the original Bioshock for the first time recently, something I'd been planning to do but until now never got to. Here are my thoughts on the most interesting aspects.
Some light analysis on Half-Life as a franchise, and reasons why the third game hasn't even been confirmed yet.
Dolgion Chuluunbaatar's Comments
[Blog - 07/22/2013 - 11:21]
First off, I 'm not ...
First off, I 'm not going to buy either console. I play on my PC. But your argumentation seems quite one-sided. You list following positives for the Xbox One: r n r n1. multitasking between TV and games and integration with cable services r n2. a better controller r n3. ...
[Feature - 04/22/2013 - 04:00]
Pfffffffff this just shows how ...
Pfffffffff this just shows how inefficient human beings are at programming. We clearly need to focus on building AIs that can program programs things for us.
[Feature - 02/12/2013 - 04:30]
When I imagine a Breaking ...
When I imagine a Breaking Bad video game, I want Telltale to do it, and to not use Walter White 's story, the show covered it well enough. I 'm more interested in seeing what can be done with Gustavo Fring. He 's mysterious and yet well-defined. Not much is ...
[Blog - 01/22/2013 - 04:09]
as I see it the ...
as I see it the death of consoles comes in the form of living room silent small-scale PCs built for games and steam. The PC is already a better device technically than a console, and the ability to update individual parts allows for it to not become outdated like a ...
[Blog - 01/09/2013 - 10:08]
Haven 't played FC3, but ...
Haven 't played FC3, but you have a point about drama being created by conflict. It seems like in games, this conflict is misunderstood to be provided in the form of combat, which really isn 't conflict at all from a drama point of view.
[Feature - 01/06/2013 - 04:49]
Very nice feature. I just ...
Very nice feature. I just recently bought the game on a Steam sale and now feel like a thief. This game is truly unique and innovates in a genre that could really use some new ideas. What amazes me is that there is this elegant dichotomy between roleplaying and strategy ...