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22-01-2016, 07:44 PM
Have you tried (Google) SketchUp? I found it to be quite easy to use when I first got into 3D.
From what I've seen it has only gotten better over the years.
Barbara Gordon continues her quest to stop the Joker!
In an article titled 'Please Play The Games You Review' the blog PretendRaceCars highlights the ongoing complexity of mixing previews, press events, pre-release hype, and independent and professional...
Batman: Arkham Knight - A Matter of Family
Oddworld has a really nice art direction. Wouldn't mind seeing more of that!
I'm back in Batman: Arkham Knight's Gotham City to finish up the DLC episodes.
With Batman no longer on the case......
16-01-2016, 09:52 AM
It's basically what TrackMania is all about. It even had/has (depending on the version) a Puzzle mode where 'completing' the track with specific pieces was key to unlocking a workable path to the...
15-01-2016, 06:01 PM
For what it's worth, my experience with HTC support (for their phones) has been excellent and examplary.
That said, the fact that I needed such support obviously is not.
Sticky: Speaking of which. ...
Speaking of which.
I have to imagine it's a deliberate choice to go for a Dickensian, smoggy and industrial 19th century look, because previous AC games seemed to handle distance just fine.
The expressions are indeed rather static. It's not very noticeable when the action takes place, but unfortunately it does stand out a bit on screenshots.
It is very much possible to play like...
Not really, on some of the screenshots that use the in-game filters I have made minor adjustments to keep them from being too extreme towards either red, green or blue.
Here Dr. Harleen Quinzel...
I recall that being an issue in the months after release. If I remember correctly it was always off on the hardest difficulty but couldn't be turned off in other modes. Can you elaborate on this - I...
There are indeed various skins, even one based on the very first Batman appearance. However, these tend to look rather awkward when seen in-game as the rest of the art style is going with that sort...
Sure! I use the following application, but I'm sure others will do just fine as well: http://www.shiftyjelly.com/pocketcasts
You can find this specific podcast using the in-app browser.
As far as weaponized-kart games on PC go, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed still seems to me to be the superior choice, but SkyDrift makes for a nice change of pace every now and then.
Some are from cutscenes, others are from the Photo Mode:
That's very blue! Very nice though; the draw distance really helps sell the world.
I finished the main story of Batman: Arkham Knight last, well, night. I'll have to see if some of the side...
Thanks. I've had the game on my Steam's Follow list for a while now, and will be looking with some interest how things shape up this year.
Welcome to the forums!
Being good old Dr....
What are the things one can do on these planets? The visuals remind me somewhat of those Mass Effect 1 planets, which were often interesting visually but rather lacking in the 'actual gameplay' part....
I suppose that its longevity mostly depends on the games one plays and that particular genre's ability to incorporate VR.
It seems a reasonable expectation that VR will become a pretty standard...
Meanwhile in Gotham, Bats is playing catch with some thugs:
Engaging in the worst kind of cutscene-powerlessness:
For all the problems the game has - the map-size being the main one - Absolution is still a pretty decent and good looking game that I go back to it every now and again. The online contracts...
A recognizable situation in heavily moddable games; the situation you describe is usually the point where I figure I'm better off playing around with dedicated 3D software or even just Photoshop....
The 'enthusiasts' in the sim-racing scene seem to be the most enthusiastic about this technology, and it's easy to see why. It's a scene that manages to sustain a couple of dedicated hardware...
The technology will be, and already is, indeed fantastic for a whole range of professional applications, from industry to manufacturing and healthcare. I don't doubt it could also be great for media...
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