11-28-2012 05:22 AM - edited 11-28-2012 06:38 AM
You are one of the few developers to create a driving game worse than Big Rigs. Ineptitude of this caliber is impressive.
On this day, November 28th, in the year of our Gord, 2012, we immortalize Emo Ray as it joins the ranks of Pac-Man & Raiders 2600, Zelda 2 & Zelda CDi, PDWT, Shaq-Fu, Bebe's Kids, Superman 64, Bubsy 3D, MindJack, and Steel Battalion Kinect in the Video Game Hall of Shame.
11-28-2012 05:26 AM
11-28-2012 05:35 AM
Tbh, the only thing even remotely interesting to me in Home right now is FUBAR. Best thing going right now by far.
That's if you like games like Castle Defense, I don't. As far as Emo Ray, the driving is really horrible in this game, its either too fast or too slow and the camera angles when you reach a back area is not the best. You crash into cars which is fine but then you lose stars I just think it needs a little tweaking
11-28-2012 06:11 AM
11-28-2012 07:12 AM
Honestly, $10 isn't bad when you figure in that it includes a personal space, 2 full body suit (if you count male/female), and a boombox. There are supposed to be 3 expansion packs, so I question what they will cost, but in general, I think the price point on this game is so far fair.
11-28-2012 07:16 AM
No I didn't.
First, most people have never played E.T. They only say it's "the worst" because the internet thinks for them.
Second, Warshaw made the game by himself in five weeks at the personal behest of Spielberg. Prior to E.T., no one had made a VCS title in under six months.
Third, Raiders was much worse than E.T.
Fourth, that's just a sample. There are others.
11-28-2012 07:17 AM
So does playing the game, if you can at all, I gave up on tutorial 1, give any rewards?
What I mean is, the game at the public space garage, or is that like a demo or something?