I technically have Cave Story+ but turned the settings to only show me the old graphics, those seem better to my eye.
I haven't beat it yet, just put a few hours into it here and there. So far, really really fun.
I'm an Engineer and built the video game community Cheerful Ghost and text based mini-MMO Tale of the White Wyvern.
I saw this on Joystiq the other day. It looks seriously cool!
This is... just insane. How long this must have taken baffles the mind.
This is kind of impressive. What's extemely impressive is Minecraft Middle Earth.
This video is 45 minutes long but here are the highlights: 27:15 is Rivendale, 30:30 is the Mines of Moria
Whoa! I thought I saw something about Zelda looking like Minecraft, maybe this was it, although that was before I played Minecraft. I have not yet messed with any Minecraft Mods, my son's told me of a few he wants, but I (so far) have refused to mess with them. I looked at one and it just looked too complicated (unzip this .jar and replace files, etc..). Maybe I'll get into it sometime, I don't know. There aren't very many games at all that I've messed with Mods. Is this a Mod or is it a stand-alone clone?
Cool. I might have to check it out some time. Yeah, I'm obviously going through old posts that I missed. =)
Way to necro, Greg! I forget that we were around two years ago.
Hehehe, Travis. Yeah, I recently noticed the old post about FFXII-2 that I commented on about 2 years ago. I don't even remember commenting on that post, heck I hardly remember playing that game, it kind of seems like so long ago. Wow, time flies!
Do you play Minecraft? I started it, played for a few hours, and decided it wasn't for me.
Crap, that was supposed to be for the post above, not this one.
This one has been on my maybe-check-out list for a while. I'm not really a fan of the tower defense games, but I've heard this one transcends it.
Oh wow, I missed the X there. No point in deleting it now :)
I played the Rage demo and it kinda fell flat for me. I think I should probably try it again after I'm out of Elder Scrolls mode, though.
So did I, and people love to make fun of it for the flashlight (and really, yeah it kinda deserves that) but the game was a blast. I felt the same about Quake 4, which while they didn't develop it in-house, was very true to Quake.
Oh yeah, I agree with your point on the flashlight. It is terrifying, scared me on a few occasions. But it annoyed the crap out of me due to a few implementation issues. There were some "mazes" that required the flashlight, but the spread of the light wasn't enough to reasonably pull it off without aimless wandering until you saw something unfamiliar. I guess that was the point, but light from flashlights spreads way more IRL.
I guess that was the point though... it is way scarier but not as realistic.