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Movies / In The Mouth of Madness
« on: March 12, 2006, 02:23:45 am »
Yes, I'm aware this movie is quite old and not even remotely new, but it's easily one of my most favorite movies of all time. Never has reality been so warped in a way that truely made my cringe. This movie did for me what people claimed Matrix did for them, it really makes you question just how tangible your reality is. I wont get too much into the premise, since I don't want to ruin anything and some simple research will yield all the results you desire.

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Site News / Independant Developers
« on: March 12, 2006, 01:55:06 am »
Ok, so about the only thing I'd love to see on your site is a look into this unique scene. Seems like no one cares about Indy Developers until it's someone from a large company with an already established career in developing games. It'd be nice to find out about these games and developers before they go commercial and start selling their ideas down the river. Indy is the true underground of game development and because of such it gets no notice, even when the concepts that come from the Indy scene can be truely brilliant. That's about as much of a justification as I can think up and I'm not really sure there is any kind of target audience for this. Any opinions on this from anyone, feel free to share.

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PC Games / Creative Licence (Building you own gaming experience)
« on: March 10, 2006, 11:34:31 pm »
I thought I'd create a thread to help break me into this forum. I am sure this topic wont be something that came up before or at least not too much. The topic is about games that offer a large portion of customization to the point where you can largely control the experience.

My debuting game in this category is Graffiti Kingdom for the PS2 which you may or may not have tried or even heard of. The basis of the game is your staple platforming fare. What sets this game apart is you can create your own character from scratch and setup how they move, how they attack, what their voice is, ect. You can alternatively play the game like a collection game and get all the devils. My favorite of course is a mixture where you collect, but modify what you get into something more suited to your tastes. I highly recommend the game to any creative individual with an open mind.

So ok that's how it works, just tell about a game that hasn't been mentioned and give a description of it. You can link to their site if one is around as well.

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