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  1. FozZ

    Astro Bot - PSVR - Game of the year 2018.

    Been dipping into this on and off since it came out and I think I've got 3 stages left and about half the challenges to go (some to find and some to get 2 bots on). Looked through the trophies and I've got about 20 left to go! Seems like a lot given how much of the content I've found, but I'm determined to get Platinum on this beautiful game.
  2. FozZ

    Resident Evil 2 Remake

    Whereas I found a coin, killed maybe 3 enemies (that don't seem to die from 10 headshots which makes no sense to me in a zombie game), and saw very little. I'd be fine with them forcing you to start over after half an hour, but to just cut it off entirely is a very strange choice. Probly took me 2hrs to download the thing.
  3. FozZ

    Resident Evil 2 Remake

    This might be great, but as a relative newcomer to the series (and never played 2 at all) the timed demo can fuck right off. 8gb download to hardly see any content? Why on earth wouldn't you want people to get a proper taste of the game so they can decide if its worth their money? All I can say is its a good looking game. Not a lot else, and now I can't make an informed decision so they've lost a purchase.
  4. Ridiculous price. I love the series but I'd never go for that. Over the years I've had all three Dark Souls Design Works books (art books) for between 20 - 30 each. All packed with artwork and the odd interview, and each one has grown in size compared to the previous one. I'd say that's a far better investment for any fan.
  5. Thats a shame. Appreciate the first impressions. Might be one to leave for a bit then.
  6. Spotted this on the PS Store earlier. I remember the first announcement and being pretty excited for it so I'll likely go in blind when I do get around to picking it up (assuming it's not getting slated for any reason). Came out a few days ago apparently - though I wouldn't have known it from any of the sites I visit. Anyone taken a punt on it yet?
  7. FozZ

    Finally completed my latest game character

    Cheers for taking a look It's not test data as such, it's the high poly version that the normal maps are created from. I actually quite liked her bald and considered sticking with it, but a big part of the learning for me on this project was making decent looking hair, so it's best I didn't. Especially for you though, here's a render minus hair to full-fill your baldy fetish EDIT: I'm not taking her lashes and eyebrows off though, it starts to get a bit creepy!
  8. Hope people don't mind me posting this but it's been so much work I want to share it as much as I can. I've been working in the games industry for over a decade now but finally pushed myself to pursue character art, and in doing so I joined the Game Artist 360 course at GameArtInstitute. Once we'd finished a prop we could choose to go the environment or character route, and you can see my efforts here https://www.artstation.com/artwork/gJREvK There are loads of images via the link along with details on the software I used. If you're an Artstation member I'd really appreciate a like/follow if my work interests you.
  9. FozZ

    Darksiders 3 - Fury's Road

    Just finished this after getting it for Xmas. Took me a while to get into and I feel like the start would put a lot of people off, but thoroughly enjoyed it by the end. Shame they took the path they chose which meant the riding mechanics of the previous games were absent. I still think the original was the best of the bunch, but I really hope we do get the 4th game (and presumably 5th with them all in, following on from the end of War's story). Stick it in spoilers, but who was the character in the post credits scene? I'm sure I recognise them but can't place which game.
  10. The list isn't ordered in any way. That's a game where finished for me will mean platinum. I was up to the last world when I left off I think.
  11. I've always been bad for this but recently put together a list of things I actually wanted to finish, rather than the hundred plus list of shite I have on steam, ps plus, etc. Some of the games I've had for years and always intended to go back, but something new would overshadow it. It's working quite well so far and I've probly finished more games since I started this than I have the rest of the year Also, you have to decide what you want "finished" to mean. For example, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, I finished the main story, did all the tombs and shrines (I think they call them), but everything else? Fuck "collecting" all that shit, it doesn't amount to anything more than going somewhere you've been and pressing X
  12. Also picked up Titanfall 2 the other day for £4 and have since polished off the campaign. I very rarely play shooters these days but I thoroughly enjoyed it. I might even give multilayer a go at some point (I never play MP games). Recently I also picked up Dishonored 2 for a fiver, Prey for £6 and the WipEout Omega Collection for £14. In fact it was the day RDR2 came out and I didn't want to give in to spending fifty quid on an open world game I'd likely abandon, so I grabbed some bargains from CeX. Only had a few hours on each but would recommend them all based on that limited play time.
  13. FozZ

    Darksiders 3 - Fury's Road

    Adored the first two games, and even before the reviews/impressions surfaced I stuck it on my Xmas wish list, so really hoping one of the family members treats me to it. If not it'll be a purchase in the new year. Jealous of you buggers experiencing it already.
  14. FozZ

    Black Mesa Source

    Checked a video playthrough of the original Xen today and they were through it in 20mins. According to Kotaku they've made this new version almost entirely new content lasting around 6hrs which I guess explains the delay. Given how long it's been since Black Mesa was released, and based on that video, I can see it being really jarring visually if you play through the whole thing; Black Mesa looked good for the time as a remake, but this looks to take it up several notches.

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