I've been playing Watch Dogs all day today. I can tell you one thing. I hate Luck Base Achievements. Trying to get someone to Tail you (and they have to win, if you bust 'em, it doesn't count!) for an achievement is a huge pain in the rear... It's a lot of AFK playing.
I just got called a "rich hedge fund fat cat" because I can afford to own an HDTV and an Xbox One and my friends can as well when they come over to LAN party with me. I politely told the person that I only make $17,000 a year. If that's rich, I wonder how much they make...
I really hate playing games online because of the absolute idiocy of players I encounter. Yet, here I am, for two days straight, designing an Arena MMO in my head based loosely around Final Fantasy. I guess I'm a glutton for punishment.
Everytime I play games online, I'm reminded of why I don't like multiplayer games. It must be an unwritten rule somewhere that to play games online, you must have an IQ of negative -10,000 and not even know basic logic or game mechanics.
Yay! The scammer from two weeks ago called me back! I got him all flustered and confused when I called him out on it and asked for his phone number so I could report him to the police. He stammered on that and then I said, "yes? no? or you gonna stall some more?". After he gave me the number, I hung up and called it in. Oh, and if you google the phone number, turns out, yeah, lots of people have been burned by it.
Yay, now back in action Happy Christmas time, coming back!
Back in action to develop the indie game that has been long overdue... Final Fallacy. A game that keeps on giving! The development never ends as the developer thinks to be the smart cookie by coming back and beginning by saying... "Oh bother, this indie game has been long overdue..." How could one resist such? No-one c