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Kingston Jun 18 2009, 10:59am says:

I remember following this mod way back in ... 2005?

One thing I always appreciated about NeoTokyo was the fact that it didn't hype itself as if it was a commercial game, which a lot mods now unfortunately do act like.

Great to see it make the finish line.

+3 votes   news: Tell your friends (and enemies), Neotokyo is almost here!
Kingston Jan 5 2009, 8:16am says:

Looking great. I much more prefer this "stay silent until it's all ready" release model for mods. Mods don't and shouldn't need PR like big budget games.

Its been a long time coming, but I don't think we have to wait too long anymore?

+1 vote   news: NeoTokyo: Source - Starting the New Year Media Release
Kingston Nov 28 2008, 5:19am says:

Finally. I thought it was dead.

+5 votes   feature: Developer Banter: Neotokyo
Kingston Sep 17 2008, 5:19am says:

Lookin' good!

+1 vote   news: An Epic Amount of New Screenshots!
Kingston Jul 22 2008, 12:15pm says:

Why hello there, Transcendent One's minions.

+1 vote   media: Lair of Fenris
Kingston Jul 16 2008, 12:13pm says:

Well, the 'production values' are good. Looks like it'll be a high quality mod. The voice actors are adequate, but the dialogue script is pretty bad. I wouldn't worry about that too much though, looks like you have a good game in the making.

+1 vote   news: X32I New Video + Progress Report
Kingston Jun 23 2008, 9:37am replied:

Being able to do it yourself is a requirement for critisicm now?

0 votes   news: Big Bang Theory
Kingston Jun 21 2008, 9:04am says:

I'll try and be there.

+2 votes   news: Fragfest 2008 Dates
Kingston Jun 20 2008, 3:42pm replied:

Agree. This article doesn't look like it was applied much logic to. I don't think Spore is going to be moddable, either. You won't be able to make new gamemodes and the like, for simple reasons like people getting the source code of their animation system.

+1 vote   news: Spore - Gateway to Modding?
Kingston Jun 14 2008, 7:09am says:

Looking great!

+1 vote   news: P.U.R.E. 0.6 is in Beta
Kingston Jun 13 2008, 7:23pm says:

Fantastic stuff. Is the setting more in view with Fallout 1 or the more extravagant Tactics?

Also, correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't FOT not have a dialogue engine to speak of? Will you put in your own clever workarounds or will the game lack dialogue skills and choices etc.?

+2 votes   news: Third Media Update
Kingston Jun 5 2008, 4:17pm says:

Dystopia always had great art direction. Good to see its still a'working.

+1 vote   news: Dystopia: May Update - Full of flowers and models!
Kingston May 19 2008, 5:32pm says:

Pressed the stupid report button by accident, it should really have some confirmation...

Anyhoo, great composition + love the clouds.

+1 vote   media: New Updates
Kingston May 7 2008, 7:21am says:

Nice mapping progress. Do you have any plans to extend gameplay in the next version?

+1 vote   news: Dystopia: In April, we show new maps!
Kingston May 7 2008, 7:19am replied:

I enjoyed the gameplay in Opression immensely, I certainly hope Warlord doesn't deviate from it too much.

+1 vote   news: Iron Grip: Warlord
Kingston Mar 20 2008, 7:17am says:

Looks great. Some oldschool action would be welcome in the haze of shiny new things. I really hope you finish it.

+3 votes   feature: Zombie Slayer Interview
Kingston Mar 19 2008, 7:07pm says:

Heh, the purpose of these polls is becoming awfully transparent :P

+1 vote   poll: I'm currently attending school in order to obtain a career in interactive media.
Kingston Mar 14 2008, 7:13am says:

Maybe Epic realised graphics>gameplay design works better on consoles. That's not to say it isn't hugely prominant in pc gaming.

+1 vote   news: Unreal Engine 4 "will exclusively target consoles"
Kingston Mar 14 2008, 7:12am replied:

"This sucks, PC gaming truly is dying since Epic were the ones that built most of it in the first place."

Hahah, what?

+1 vote   news: Unreal Engine 4 "will exclusively target consoles"
Kingston Mar 10 2008, 9:26am says:

I think my brain melted at some of the stupidity I heard in this podcast.

-3 votes   feature: Modcast Episode 2
Kingston Mar 1 2008, 6:55pm replied:

Turn-based is naturally the more fitting for rpgs. It emphasises the skills of your character and not your own twitching skills. It requires tactical thinking, frees up resources for AI and is really damn fun (the last part is ofcourse subjective, but man Jagged Alliance or X-COM kick ***).

+1 vote   news: Ground Zero: Terrain and vegetation tech
Kingston Mar 1 2008, 5:22pm says:

And since MODDB doesn't allow comment editing, I'll just ask if you have any idea when you are going to rehost the forums?

+1 vote   mod: Ground Zero
Kingston Mar 1 2008, 3:44pm says:

Are you on the lookout for any artists? Once I get proficient with Zbrush I'd definitely lend a hand.

+1 vote   mod: Ground Zero
Kingston Mar 1 2008, 2:06pm says:

Fantastic stuff. Now just make sure you keep the rpg mechanics intact. And TB combat ftw.

+2 votes   news: Ground Zero: Terrain and vegetation tech
Kingston Feb 25 2008, 9:16am says:

The board of directors did reject the offer and thus EA moves to the shareholders. Take-Two is screwed, unless for some strange reason the shareholders don't give a **** about money. Which, by the way, is quite unlikely. The EA juggernaut moves on. Capitalism, **** yeah!

+1 vote   news: EA Bids for Take-Two
Kingston Feb 12 2008, 10:03am says:

Great work, you've managed to keep the style intact even if the visual quality has decreased (naturally, since you are using an older engine). Looking forward to more updates.

+1 vote   news: Iron Grip: Warlord Screenshots
Kingston Jan 14 2008, 2:30pm says:

Don't tell me you're dead. I hit your website after a long time and all I can see is a ***** enlargement ad. And frankly, I'm happy with my size.

+1 vote   mod: Ground Zero
Kingston Jan 10 2008, 4:48am says:


+1 vote   game: Iron Grip: Warlord
Kingston Jan 3 2008, 9:46am says:

I don't think reviews should be on the front-page news.

"there's a multitude of choices to be made throughout the game, making it very replayable"

Do your choices have consequences? That's what differentiates RPGs from games like Oblivion, where your choices don't really count for ****.

"The "conversation wheel" allows you to be Sir Chivalrous the Good Hearted or Lord ******* the Bastard."

From what I've heard though, oftentimes the words displayed on the wheel may come out as a completely different sentence altogether, which makes you have less control on shaping your character. I've also heard that a lot of times conversation choices don't matter and that whatever you pick you get the same answer from the npc, which is typical for Bioware games.

+1 vote   review: Mass Effect
Kingston Dec 26 2007, 9:49am says:

Who the hell is going around putting a -1 on all of Wrayith's posts? Damn this post rating system is stupid, if anyone disagrees they can just click the minus and the post disappears.

0 votes   news: Christmas Media Update
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