Dear Esther (I'm sure there's been plenty of posts about it in this topic, yet I'm not searching through 160+ pages worth of prtscr's :)):
Having fallen into the cave, you stumble upon the above
Clearly, the workings of a very sane man
I actually walked out onto the little wooden dock in the center, looking at the moon, and obviously missing the gap. Drowned and coughed my way back onto shore
Actually, I love any scene in which the moon features, it's quite calming.
Anyway, had no idea at first what the hell was going on - expecting zombies whenever I went into a decrepit shack or cave, but it soon became clear that this is Not That Type Of GameŽ. Bit short (Pressing W for 45 minutes), but obviously a lot of work went into the scenery. The story is presented through a monologue, but like the game, there's no big shockers.
All in all, a little nugget that can be finished in one sitting, but it's probably not to everyone's liking, what with the lack of zombies and all.
Some more Mass Effect 3
Just finished Darksiders in preparation for Darksiders 2.
Playing Dead Space again, on hard this time.
That's no way to get a head in life.
"game sales for consoles destroys pc games completely why do u think they are so cheap on steam lol."
-Random console gamer
On foot to the southern town Riften in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
The first signs that this won't be an easy trip...
And here I thought spiders were bad; rain, rain, and more rain at a junction in the road.
For the Empire!
Translation: the position is to heavily bombarded
Guild Wars Beta
The Empire is still winning!