Posts I've Made
04.12.2013 @ 21:24
Alextyc1 said:Anyone knows if vgx live can be seen through a smartphone?
Cuz i checked when its going to broadcast and in my country its 1 am(6 ET time)... ›››
I reckon as much.
It's said to be an «All Day, All Digital Event»
There's downloadable apps, check them out.
www.vgxlive.com - currently redirects you to Spike, but it is also said to be listing where you'll be able to stream from.
04.12.2013 @ 13:46
Given the profusion of times you've mentioned Doritos and Mountain Dew, I suspect this is a form of reverse psychology product placement.
How much did they pay you?
Your next stop: Bill O'Reilly Factor show.
04.12.2013 @ 11:20
ReptilePZ said:It probably has Geralt eating Doritos and drinking Mountain Dew in it. ›››
Everyone has to earn a living, even Geralt, the Snack Hunter.
I'd bet you yourself wouldn't say no to some good old Dorito endorsement, should it come your way. "Hey, Mountain Dew" Over here! Drink it every day! Clears my bowl."
What do you think they'll show? Is it going to be akin to the E3 trailer, that short?
04.12.2013 @ 09:59
gregski said:Raise. I say it's 52 and a half
One number is certain though - it's gonna be well over 9000! ›››
No. Don't you start with your usual overkill.
They specifically said it's going to be over 100 hours, because if it's all in-game, you know...I mean...for real.
This logic is irrefutable.
Has to be.
03.12.2013 @ 15:28Let's say Geralt dies in the end.
How exactly would one continue playing?
As Casper of Rivia?
Anyway, I don't think every single side quest or activity ties in with the main quest. They've said that some do, and part of the fun is the unpredictability, your inability to assess and foresee the scope of the consequences. Imagine playing a game where you know from the start every single thing no matter how minor will affect the main quest. You'd think thrice before drinking a bloody glass of water, that's what I say.
Additionally, someone started a thread calling for «non plot-related evening talks» in TW3, a suggestion that seems to have gained the favourable opinion of most, as it's perceived to increase immersion. Now, ultimately tying in everything Geralt does to the main plot is the opposite route.
It'd be rather Stalinist.
Depicting the entire game world as operating under one premise, one goal, one story arch would feel quite oppressive. Long novels occasionally feature interludes, for a reason.