This must be the most surreal games presentation ever. Not only is the game pretty far out – it’s Steve Swink and Scott Anderson’s Shadow Physics in more detail than we’ve ever seen before – but the Tokyo audience is armed to a man with some kind of squeaky rattle thing. When anything interesting happens they all shake their rattles, causing a noise like a hundred laughing insects. Anyway, if you can get past that bizarreness, there’s some views of the light-source cleverness in the game and… well it’s too early in the morning to explain it properly. “Change your light source and you change your world…” Go take a look.
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Posts Tagged ‘sense of wonder night 2009’
By Jim Rossignol on September 30th, 2009.
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- Casimir's Blake : “Indeed, the white knighting that results from this argument strikes me as being rather more sexist than the theatrics on display in Metro. 4A devs ...” on Wot I Think: Metro: Last Light
- VelvetFistIronGlove : “Does changing that setting actually work? I ask for two reasons: 1. I have the ranger mode DLC due to preordering, and that's still "off" ...” on Wot I Think: Metro: Last Light
- Casimir's Blake : “Agreed. I watched through the theatre section and found the music more interesting than the "visuals". I would have been more impressed if the theme ...” on Wot I Think: Metro: Last Light
- deadly.by.design : “It's okay. I played both Syndicates, but somehow missed the X-COMs.” on In Dream Kickstarter Nostalgia Hype MegaNews…
- Artist : “What did they pay so RPS advertises their server? Not that theres not 100 other interesting mods out there, right?” on A Minecraft Mod To Admeier: CivCraft