Games, game writers and designers helped shaped who we are. Quests, factions, alignments and morality scales helped this generation form their ideas about the world.
So, I just finished the game mentioned above.
I want to go flip some tables. The ending just blew my mind, made me sad and angry and hopeful all at once, and I honestly don’t know what I think of it.
Insane, yet logical. Impossible, but reasonable.
I dunno. I might put up a full review.
Morning Star / January
1st - New Life Festival
1st - Summoning Day of Clavicus Vile
13th - Summoning Day of Meridia
15th - South Wind’s Prayer (plea for good planting season)
Sun’s Dawn / February
2nd - Summoning Day of Sheogorath
16th - Heart’s Day
16th - Summoning Day of Sanguine
Good grief, League of Legends pics get a lot of reblogs too. Kind of sad that the only way I get any attention is by putting up video game pics.
The (Rainy) Cloud
So. Cloud computing. More specifically today, cloud gaming.
NVidia, that famed maker of graphics cards such as the one that sits in my
little center of the world big ol’ laptop, is making the case that cloud gaming will be the future of the industry. Rock Paper Shotgun has an article about this here, but the gist of it is this; NVidia sees a future where they host games and simply send you the visuals on whatever device you’re using. Desktop, laptop, smartphone, whatever.
Okay, all well and good. But am I the only one that hates the idea of my games not being, I don’t know, MINE?