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Gary: Here you go.
Quick moment of glory that will presumably last around four seconds.
Neptune, at present, is today's most visited game at ModDB.com.
New screenshots of sex to be found there.
I know I've linked to a few previously, but my last few, summarised in one little post.
First played this one on release and loathed it just as much then. It's single-handedly managed to turn me into the bastard child of Charlie Brooker and Yahtzee Croshaw. But it is a little bit funny, if you want to laugh at the "special" developers.
A Vampyre Story
There's a very intriguing new adventure game out called A Vampyre Story.
For once, it's a graphic adventure that doesn't suck! This is probably fangs to its being developed by Bill Tiller, formerly of Lucas Arts. Unfortunately, though, it loses a bit of soul around half-way through, resulting in a rather lifeless middle section. Still, in this climate of crap adventures, you'd be batty not to give it a go.
Metacriticking just now, I stumble across one of those horrendous websites that scores 'individual aspects' of a game, such as 'graphics, sound, longevity' etc, assuming those facets to be relevant to the overall experience.
Which, y'know, I'm kind of used to. A great deal do it. IGN do. Gamespot used to, 'til recently.
Anyway, Jolt Gaming decides "Mainstream Appeal" should be one of those rated aspects of the game.
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you:
Resolution Magazine, Issue 1
I'd have liked to have a bit more meat in the features and articles department, but unfortunately we couldn't get everything we wanted done in time. Hopefully that means there'll be more weight to that section next month.
A fair few pretty reviews, though. And the articles we do have should keep you a bit interested.
Do have a read. Hope you like what you see. Spread the word around, 'n' all.
Resolution admin stuff led to pints down the pub with another of the mag's writers last night, and ultimately to a conversation about Fallout 3 that went a little something like this:
"Y'know, I never found Dogmeat. Where did you pick him up?"
"Right, you know right after that scrap yard explodes?"
"...No, which scrap yard?"
"Erm. Okay. Maybe that didn't happen for you. Okay, you know the section where you collect the fingers?"
"You collect the what?"
"The fingers. For that woman. Did you get the perk that lets you cut bits off dead bodies?"
"...Cut fingers off dead bodies for a woman?"
"Yeah. I thought you had to do that bit..."