Posts Tagged ‘Guts’

First-Person Pooper: Swallowed Alive In NS2 Combat

By Alice O'Connor on June 24th, 2014.

I'm gonna do it. I'm gonna do it. Oh no, I'm gonna do it.

I do enjoy visiting horrible guts. I’ve leapt between the grinding teeth of The Many in System Shock 2, chainsawed a city-devouring worm’s heart(s) in Gears of War 2, and admired a meatwizard’s DIY skills in Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines. Now I’m keen to play Natural Selection 2: Combat, as developers Faultline Games have showed off its horrors of being devoured alive.

Being swallowed by a space-rhino will leave us trapped in its guts, desperately calling for help and pounding on meat as it closes around us and as acids fizz at our flesh before we reach, er, the finale of the digestion process. All from an appalling first-person view. What great guts!

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Big Men Announce Guts, Playable Alpha

By Jim Rossignol on September 5th, 2012.

Nary a gut to be found.
“Big Men Announce Guts” was not a headline I’d anticipated writing today, but there it is. Big Men Games have announced via Blues that they are working on a turn-based action-strategy called Guts. It’s at a super-early stage, but there’s already a playable alpha (requires Unity plugin) and it’s looking pretty promising. They’re calling it “a smashup between Tactics and Rogue-likes”. As you can see from the trailer below, it’s got a sort of turn-based dungeon-crawler thing going on, and the core battle maps are linked together by a big map, which you can get a glimpse of in that alpha demo. They also have a Kickstarter page, which is gestating over here.
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