I’VE BEEN WAITING FOR A GAME LIKE ‘NO MAN’S SKY’ [E3 2014]
One thing I know about linking books
is that the doors they open, don’t close behind you.
—Saavedro, Myst III: Exile
Inside the book is a full desktop computer, completely self-contained without any external wires or hardware. In the above photo, the embedded screen isn’t just showing a still photo or a video: it’s running a full copy of real Myst PC edition. On board is a copy of all the Myst games. It’s fast enough it plays all of them smoothly (even End of Ages at ~30fps). You play the games by touching the touch-screen.
Okay, I don’t even know HOW to react to this.
Aaaaaaahhh, gaming, myst, I loved this series,
*INCOHERENT SCREAMING* I NEED TO MAKE MYSELF THIS SO I CAN REPLAY ALL THE GAMES IN A BOOK OMG!
ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME WITH THIS??? I MUST HAVE ONE, I WILL DIE WITHOUT IT
This is the stuff dreams are made of.
The score for the H&M pack was five, by the way. (source)
Deep abyss instead of a soul
I finally received my CE of Divinity: Original Sin,signed by the Dev Team at Larian studios and all… I’m really enjoying the game so far and I am glad to have helped kickstart it.
It seemed to really intrigue Mr. Cat while I was taking pictures too. He’s not supposed to go up on the table but since he’s still convalescing I’m letting it pass…
Do the Gods know which souls travel the earth; and which ones, walk across the Cosmos.
I felt like a MTG post. I really liked the Living Weapon mechanic, it was really novel. I still hold hope for a return to Mirrod… err… New Phyrexia soon, not that I don’t like Greeks but Bio-warfare is more fun.