In honor of Veteran’s Day and well timed with the recently release Battlefield 1. I think it’s a good time to revisit one of my favorite interactive documentaries.
Having just finished Deus Ex Mankind Divided I was somewhat disappointed by its cliffhanger ending and its rather cryptic yet predictable mid credit “twist”. That was until I did some digging around on reddit and found an interesting conspiracy theory that has gained more credence since the game came out.
If you don’t feel like being dragged to watch Warcraft but you still want a movie that has great visuals with an overly complicated storyline, that was also fairly popular in China. (I see parallels where I shouldn’t).
This is a re summary of a reply I wrote earlier addressing the general question of what factions and character are retained throughout the Fallout series. Or in a more general sense what is the overarching story going on throughout the Fallout games?
So I was hoping to get one of my questions answered from the author of Grace of Kings on the Io9 page.
In most TV shows nameless goons tend to go down in one hit. Especially in super hero tv shows such as Agents of Shield or Arrow, the nameless extras are expertly taken out with a flawless one shot combo most of the time.
It just occurred to me the other day that one of the major hobbies that I'm involved in is miniature table top wargaming, however I only see slight references to the hobby throughout the blogs of io9 and Kotaku from time to time. When they do appear it's only if there's a connection through either a video game or a…
Ok when I was a kid in the mid 90s I played a game while I was visiting my family in Thailand on one of their PCs.
I was just thinking to myself.
So that ME3 Citadel DLC has made me go back to ME1 & ME2 and play through everything again Renegade style over the last weekend.
The Shadow knows
I'm having withdrawals just talking about XCOM instead of playing it right now.
FTL is amazing. Play it.