Great is the mystery that surrounds Joe Johnson.
Except that the poll is aimed towards people just waiting for the mod, not the mod team itself.
But then I wouldn't have been able to pummel Stuffie senseless with a truncheon...
Guybrush Threepwood is the fire that ignites my loins.
Wow, the detail work on those is mighty fine. I thought I was looking at Half-Life 2 models until read your blurb.
"Liek wow," its called reiteration, used to hammer a point home that is apparent the entire time you play through the game. The redundancy may seem annoying, but it also places special emphasis on the fact that the "silence" used in the game is predominate and has an influence over all things therein.
The black and white is a stylistic choice made to make things feel more foreign and desolate.
If you don't get it, it certainly isn't the fault of the creator.
This looks extremely well done.
I'll have to see if I can find my bloody copy of this game to check it out.
Why does every argument about our reviews always end with the point that the game is free?
So what? A free product can't be bad? Does the fact that it is free give it special leverage over things that aren't?
It isn't fair to compare a free mod to a feature length game, at least not in a negative way, but just because you got it for free doesn't make it good.
When you release something into the public spectrum, there is always a risk of negative feedback and criticism. It goes with the territory. Whenever you put out a mod, you run the risk of getting bad reviews. Whenever we put out a review, we run the risk of being criticised for our writing and for how "fair" we were with it. It's a vicious cycle, but there you go.
I don't care if it comes with a supermodel or if it costs my soul: if it sucks, I'll say so. If it's great, then I'll say that too.
I'm sure Gothax? feels the same.