Someone swapped the models in Arkham Asylum so that Batman and Catwoman were inverted.
Lately, I’ve been playing The Outer Worlds and enjoying it a great deal. It’s the essence of a first-person role-play shooter. It’s also got great design elements, a certain hipsterish wry humor, and it feels slightly soulless.
At one company where I worked, we had a few deliberately stupid conversational games that we would sometimes play, just to fill silence.
When you’re a blogger, you wind up collecting ideas and sitting them on a shelf, “use this one if you need a hook to talk about art” or “oh, look, cops lying again!” This posting is going to give me a chance to dredge out a bit of wonderfulness that I should have shared with you all a lot sooner.
One of the other attendees of Tomcon was ‘Q’, who is currently working at an undisclosed media company, doing undisclosed stuff. I had brought my gaming computer and HTC Vive VR headset because, if you haven’t seen Google Maps VR you really should, if you can.
When I was in high school, I was one of the founders of the “Military History Club” – which meant: “the nerdy guys who play Diplomacy and Jutland and Dungeons & Dragons all day. We had a small room in the attic of the school where we could leave our game-boards down and nobody would mess with them.
If only it were this easy.
Last year I got my friend, Scott C., who owns a CNC milling machine, to make me a master Fuel Rats plaque – it’s 18″ across.