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AlexM last won the day on September 2 2021

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    Alex McGilvray
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    Technical Artist / Programmer
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    Vancouver Canada

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  1. Some UE features are built around the console gen 9 minspec (nanite) so they probably wanted to show they could actually hit the minspec and put all their effort there.
  2. It's a bold move to make your own engine these days. That said if you are making an engine specifically tailored to a specific set of games and you have the talent you can really do something special. Those shots look great already!
  3. One thing I will say about this game. I've never seen so many UI bugs in a console game before. Whenever I hit pause there's a chance I can get the game in a non-progression state and have to shut it down then relaunch (losing my progress along the way). I've got about 10 videos/screenshots of wackiness saved up now. I know UI bugs are the worst, especially if your foundation no longer represents the final design spec but still... this is pretty rough.
  4. I got it a couple weeks back on ps5 and I've been having a blast! Really cool game! I bought it on a day when I was bored and I remember someone telling me it was a good game. It was pretty great because I went in knowing nothing about this game. It took a good 4 hours before I even realized I was playing a hybrid roguelike. I love that feeling of being overwhelmed in a world initially. Anyways it's been about 2-3 weeks since I got it and now I think I'm getting close to the end and I know my way around the 4 levels pretty good now but it's been super fun getting there. This game does something I love. They reduce the overall breadth of the game to have a more nuanced and detailed small area. I remember Mr Warren DeusEx (forget his last name) saying something to the effect that he would love to take the effort of a massive game and compress it down to a city block. I feel like this game does that to some degree and I love it. I'm a huge fan of smaller, more detailed, ever-changing worlds. Also I never thought I'd see the day I play an FPS with a console controller but it's a single player game and I'm a lazy old man who likes sitting on the couch and playing a game on the big TV without a lot of fiddling.
  5. Now that I think about it. Dark souls 1 is the exception. Demons souls, Dark souls 2/3 and Bloodborne all have HUB's.
  6. I realized a long time ago that the real reason GTAV is so amazing is because of the pause music. I can't believe the music is a selection of stems from a rejected Tangerine Dream song :X https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HlJNx5ueUCA
  7. I'll catch up with yall big dudes some day
  8. Gabe looking like a financially successful Richard Stallman
  9. Sorry for the delay on the Lumen analysis but next week my work is sending me to attend SIGGRAPH and Brian Karis + the Lumen developers will be giving a talk! Hopefully that will be enough of a kick in the butt to gather my notes and see what comes up.
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    Corona Virus

    That's one of the most interesting things for me from this whole covid thing. The differences between individualist and collectivist societies and how it played out in regards to the virus.
  11. Is that one game or the whole series? I really need to replay/play this series. I don't think I've played it since deus ex 2 was released.
  12. The more I play Returnal the more it grows on me. I need to go back and play some of Housemarques older games!
  13. I already boycotted them a few years ago after that hearthstone crap (among other things) but they still seem to always find a way to do worse. I'm glad I got the opportunity to let their recruiters know they are not a desirable place to work over the last 5-6 years. I imagine it will be even harder to recruit now (especially since they also don't pay particularly well).
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