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Mazy last won the day on December 2 2016

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About Mazy

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    Original Tilde Master~
  • Birthday 11/11/1984

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    Morten Hedegren
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  1. ECHO

    After two and half years the game is finally out on Steam! Super proud of what we've managed to create. It's 10% off for the first week, and there's a new launch trailer as well. Hope you guys give it a shot http://store.steampowered.com/app/551770/ECHO/
  2. Shenmue 3

    Hah yeah. I still have my Dreamcast from back then, I think I tried hooking it up around probably 10 years ago and played probably 2-3 hours of it (just enough to get down the village) The entire daily cycle for the NPCs and forcing the player to be at spots at the correct time was still really impressive, kinda wish more games had those kind of elements today, but yeah I doubt I would've reacted as positively to Shenmue 1 today as I did back then (because man it moves slooow :D)
  3. AoE IV

    I hope it won't just be AoE:WW1/2, though I suppose that's something that would make sense with their CoH history Definitely excited to see what the hell this will be, even if Relic peaked with the first CoH for me, then they're probably still the best in the RTS business.
  4. Shenmue 3

    Hmm yeah, putting out a trailer with characters interacting without any facial animations isn't exactly a great decision, even if they are facing pressure from backers/their publisher, then this will hardly make it any better Does make me wanna go back and try the old games, Shenmue 1 absolutely rocked my world back when it came out.
  5. ECHO

    Hey, here's something more relevant to the Mapcore folks. We played through a level in the game to better show how the game's core loop works. Be warned though, has me saying stuff in it D:
  6. A Game of Thrones

  7. ECHO

    Haro! Long time, no posting. Been crazy hard at work on this thing, but we finally have a release date for Echo (September 19th!), along with a new trailer and article on Eurogamer.net. Hope you like it~~ http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2017-07-27-echo-is-a-mind-boggling-sci-fi-game-where-youre-set-against-yourself
  8. Nintendo Switch

    Game looks nuts, can't wait!
  9. E3 2017

    A Way Out definitely looks interesting, brave move to make a co-op only game and one that emphasizes couch co-op. Hope it pays off, would be nice with more games that are designed solely as co-op experiences.
  10. [CS:GO][WIP] Trailerpark

    Love the setting, love the look of it, great job!
  11. Red Dead Redemption 2

    Indeed, only thing that would've been surprising is if they actually hit their first announced release date
  12. Nintendo Switch

    It's really nice with the update, but from my experience then the frame rate hasn't been that bad, granted I've played 90% of the time in handheld mode which generally performs better. The only place that's consistently has shitty performance is the area around the Deku tree (1:40 in the video), but I think the performance of BoTW is something that looks worse on videos than it is when you're actually playing the game. Either way then I'm also less inclined to whine about it when I'm sitting outside and playing something like Zelda
  13. Sonic Mania

    Aye, looks really promising. Great they're going all in on the nostalgia in a proper way (unlike Sonic 4)
  14. Middle-earth: Shadow of War

    So, is this a straight up strategy game now with isolated combat missions at the fortresses that is played from an overview map, and not an open world sandboxy action game anymore? That's the vibe I got from that video. I kinda liked that the original was framed as an open world game, even if it wasn't the best in class at that particular part. Anyway, looks fine, the expanded nemesis stuff ends up sounding a bit convoluted in the video IMO, but it's absolutely the right call to double down on expanding that. I really want this to be good
  15. Nintendo Switch

    Been playing Zelda pretty much nonstop this entire weekend, absolutely in love with it. The size of the world is just crazy, but what's even more crazy is how much depth and details there are to be found in the world. It's still also surreal to be playing an open world game like this on a handheld (I probably spent 80% of the 15 hours I've played it so far in handheld mode). Also really digging the Switch so far, my only complaint is how the wrist strap parts are pretty hard to get off the JoyCons, they need a lot of force to slide off to the point where you're genuinely afraid that you've about to tear it apart. 1-2 Switch is pretty terrible, but Snipperclips is superb, played it a bit with my girlfriend and it was pretty much an instant hit, unlike 1-2 Switch. Anyway, so far, really happy with the Switch (and Zelda in handheld mode), probably the least amount of buyers remorse I've had with a console to date (put that on the back of the box )