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Moss Jan 23 2013 says:

I knew I'd seen those images around somewhere before! Good move hiring Dejawolf, he's an excellent artist.

+2 votes   news: New Helms and Weapons For Fortis Rex!
Moss Nov 4 2012 says:

Love the trap disarm mechanic, simple to grasp and original.

I realize the game is still in alpha development, but it's hard to look past (literally and figuratively) the blinding lighting and brown saturation in outside scenes. I can't help but feel it must be seriously impacting on the games marketability, it's one of the first things people see in videos and screenshots you've published and it's pretty off putting even for someone like me who's already sold on the concept.

+3 votes   news: Shield Thyself!
Moss Aug 4 2012 replied:

Better pack up the game guys, someone on the internet doesn't think it's original enough. Time to move on to developing something more edgy, like yet another modern warfare FPS game. Or maybe a turn based jRPG. Or a generic RTS. Been a while since anyone made any of those. Maybe something with Zombies?

If they can take a popular genre and make something fun out of it then they've made a good game. If they haven't then they'll flop. Neither is effected by snarky comments from wannabe gaming hipsters.

+6 votes   news: StarMade update 0.080 Teaser
Moss Jun 8 2012 says:

Thanks for all the fun and congratulations for sticking it out for all this time.

+3 votes   news: Release Update - Alpha 7.1
Moss Feb 8 2012 says:

My body has been being ready all day. They've done a fantastic job improving over the previous CK's, even if they did forget a "Save As". :P

+5 votes   news: The Creation Kit has been Released
Moss Jan 9 2012 replied:

Nothing. Some people just feel like they deserve a copy of the xbox/pocket minecraft games because Notch referred to them as different 'versions' of the game and some people evidently can't tell the difference between a complete rebuild on a new platform and a patch.

0 votes   news: Where is My Update for Minecraft – Pocket Edition?
Moss Nov 10 2011 replied:

M&B goes on sale for 5-10 bucks on steam every couple of months. That being said, worth every penny for TLD alone.

+4 votes   news: TLD 3.3 now released for 1.011 & Warband | TLD 3.22 OSP
Moss Nov 8 2011 says:

No proper Dungeon Keeper sequel = Sad
A great design team taking the jump to their own unique vision, whilst promising to keep the heart of the gameplay that got me interested in the first place = Great/Awesome/Fantastic

Yeah, I'm pretty okay with this.

+1 vote   news: News on WftO's direction
Moss Oct 27 2011 replied:


+2 votes   download: New Zed :: The Brute
Moss Oct 4 2011 says:


+2 votes   news: The Portal Opens Q1 2012
Moss Sep 15 2011 says:

Oh damn that's good.

The animations and environment look spectacular. The only hang ups are the bloody screens and the repeated Ow! Ow! Ow! when being eaten by a raptor, but with an Alpha that looks this good the game is a definite buy for me.

+6 votes   news: Primal Carnage - Alpha Gameplay Video 3
Moss Aug 27 2011 says:

Glad to hear you're back on track. :)

+2 votes   news: We fixed the engine!
Moss Aug 25 2011 says:

Seriously, best indie development team ever.

+6 votes   media: Dual Shielding
Moss Aug 5 2011 says:

Well worth the price. Game mechanics are solid, the RPG side is deep and fleshed out and the FPS side flows well and feels nice. It's probably one of the few games I've played on the source engine that doesn't *feel* like it's on the source engine. The levels and character designs are a refreshing change from the usual Sci-Fi tropes and there's some truly stunning visual moments.

The downside is that the English translation is sketchy at points, though it's still understandable. If that's the kind of thing that's a deal breaker for you you'll want to wait for a language patch or a fan translation.

In short, Deus Ex meets Warhammer 40k meets Neuromancer and damn does it feel good.

+6 votes   news: E.Y.E release
Moss Aug 5 2011 replied:

Hey numnuts, you're playing a pirated version, just maybe it's not the same as the real thing?

-AI is fine in fact they've actually managed to surprise me once or twice with smart grenade throws and flanking movements.
-What hacking sounds? Also, hacking is easy and pretty straight forward. If you can't hack there's always a different way around. Like in the bit you apparently got stuck, as it says right in your mission log, you can just shoot out the door lock.
-The tutorials don't need a voice unless you're illiterate, all of the conversations are voiced, excepting I guess when you pirate.
-The brightness issue is a known bug, turning off the Colour Correction in the graphics options will fix it.

As for demos, they're a lot of time and effort to make, especially for an indie company. Maybe next time try watching a let's play or reading some reviews instead of pirating it then complaining about the quality.

+17 votes   news: E.Y.E release
Moss May 3 2011 says:

Lookin' good! Extra points for the Saprano's 'Bada Bing!' reference.

+1 vote   media: March 9 2011 Pre-Alpha Footage
Moss Apr 26 2011 replied:

No, new mods will have access to a lot more of the games code, allowing them to do more things. Some mods may be incorporated into the game and made "official", but that's not anything new for minecraft.

+4 votes   news: Minecraft's Plan for mods and api
Moss Apr 25 2011 replied:

Because it's more recent and therefore "Younger". It's a pretty standard turn of phrase.

+8 votes   news: Mount & Blade Live on Desura!
Moss Jan 9 2010 says:

The new stone textures work really well with the general art style.

Making a unique "alien sky" is a hard call, simply because it's been done so many times before. The only thing I can't remember having seen is a moon with a moon. Keeping it simple seems like a good choice. The really strikingly origonal things are those that are similar enough to what we're used to to stand out.

+1 vote   media: Glassy Red Moon
Moss Jul 26 2009 replied:

They don't really have to be that cautious with serial keys. The copy protection only allows a key to register the game once a month, so there's no real threat from keys being published on piracy sites. Really cracks are the only thing they have to worry about.

+1 vote   news: M&B Closed Beta Invite
Moss Jun 9 2009 says:

Looks a little rough and ready at the moment, but the premise is good and it looks like you guys have some great ideas.

It'd be great to see a good survival based game actually coming to fruition. Here's hoping.

+1 vote   mod: Grey Sky
Moss Apr 27 2009 says:

I just saw this on the spring forums, congratulations on going gold. You've come a long way from the early betas and it's great to see you getting to this point.

Can't wait to see how the finished version will look!

+1 vote   news: Some big, good news!
Moss Feb 25 2009 says:

I'm glad that M&B won, been playing it all through the beta, watched the team go from a simple husband and wife working part time, to an office of their own and full time work and onto a full team with a finished, highly sucesful indie hit and after all this time it's still one of the funnest games I own.

Although props for Live for Speed, which is also a brilliant game.

+1 vote   feature: Editors' Choice: Best Indie Game
Moss Feb 23 2009 says:

It all depends on what criteria they're judging it on, but for sheer ground breaking design and ambition it has to be Infinity.

And I'm saying that as a fan of both Lugaru and Overgrowth (which I'm sure will win the next years award once it's more developed).

+2 votes   feature: Editors' Choice: Best Upcoming Indie
Moss May 31 2008 replied:

Yes, nearly all of them.

+1 vote   mod: Slipstream: The Price of Freedom
Moss Apr 3 2008 replied:

Would'nt need to be, theres a variety of camera modes in the Spring engine and one of those happens to be a fps like free camera. And yes you can possess units, it's a bit of a gimmick but it makes a nice side track form the rts and let's you play around with the units a bit.

+1 vote   news: New P.U.R.E. Screenshots Posted
Moss Mar 22 2008 replied:

Theres only one model used for these screenshots that they just slaped together so they'd have some vegatation in the shots. There'll be more variation in the release. Considering that they'll be procedularly generated I guess you could say there'll be an almost infinite amount. =)

+1 vote   media: Terrain engine
Moss Mar 21 2008 replied:

Might be something to do with Vista's habit of renaming the extensions on downloaded files. If it is all you need to do is go into control panel\folder options and then select the view tab and deselect "Hide extensions for known file types" then rename it with .umod.

Anyway looks really interesting, certainly going to try it out next time I install '04 again.

+1 vote   mod: Philip Muwanga's Squad Commander
Moss Dec 3 2007 says:

Voted for mod of the year. I can remember playing the demo (oh so long ago) and thinking it had the best atmosphere of any mod I'd ever played.

It may have a release schedule to rival Duke Nukem Forever but dammit we live in hope! (P.s. I mean no offense CRC, I'd rather have a perfect game later than a Killing floor V.1 now =P).

+1 vote   mod: Out Of Hell
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