Just beat it with the pacifist ending (probably not 100%, but that's fine)! I'll post full impressions some other time, but wow! Certainly the best indie game I've played (being very familiar with Game Maker, I was continually impressed with what was pulled off). Probably the game of the year, yes. A little overrated? Maybe, but I can see why. It's a really good fucking video game with heart. I probably won't get all the endings, at least not for a long time, so I must say I'm very satisfied. Thanks again JazzDance, I loved it.
I like to play on a couch on my TV, otherwise I would (also so my wife can watch, this game is literally her sense of humor). I need a wireless keyboard that can reach...I have to hold it behind my head to catch it with the one I have now. I'll definitely need to spend more time with it, but it's a fun little game.
With courtesies to Mr. JazzDance, I was able to start playing today. I'll have to play more to give a more solid opinion, but I really like it. Especially for a Game Maker game! Speaking of that, are you guys using controllers to play? My 360 pad keeps wanting to send my character up, on both the dpad and analog stick, and I need to fix this because it makes dialogue choice and puzzles much harder to manage.
It's open. I've been playing some too, it's pretty fun. I had the same driver issues as Robotic except for AMD; the solution was to run it borderless fullscreen. I can't run it worth a dick anyway (only on low do I get 60fps) so it's probably high time I get a 970. I ran it on Ultra just to see and goddamn what a gorgeous game. The authentic movie feel is pretty baller too, effects and all that, and the shooting feels pretty good. Not something I'll drop $60 on launch on, but a fun game nonetheless.
So I've been able to nail down my S-Video quality problem: my switchboxes. I have a Dynex AV/Switch from Best Buy that has S-Video and Composite and I have a Radioshack 4 way S-Video/Composite switch box, and when both are used, produce a noticeable checkerboard/interference signal when recording. So I probably didn't even have to buy those expensive-ass S-Video cables. Oh well. Does anybody have any experience with this? As in good quality, signal-isolated, interference-free S-Video switchboxes? I'm having a hard time.
I have all my Steam games there because of scripts, I've yet to add my physical games. I just finished adding all of my Steam games (sans a few not in the database) by hand to RF Generation to further my shame. I have everything except my digital PSN/XBLA/NN collections on there now.
I had this mindset but I'd like to be able to quickly bring up a list of games I already own when I spot something I want in public, because unfortunately I'm an awful person and chances are I already own it. Putting in my Steam list is taking quite a bit longer than I wanted; I wish it would choose between Steam or IBM PC, jeeze.
I want to get Rock Band 4 for my get togethers, but it's pretty fucking expensive, all things considered. I'll wait for a price drop if it happens. On another note, for you guys that use RF Generation/do game cataloging, do you put digital games under a different collection, or just mark it as not having a box or manual? Trying to decide how to go about doing it.