Great work guys! A thoroughly enjoyable read all round
On a personal note, a great many thanks to Sirius Black
Congratulations everyone on the release!
I WAS MENTIONED, I WAS MENTIONED
I mean, uhm... cool stuff people
Last edited by lolIsuck; March 26, 2012 at 06:00 PM. Reason: very obscure reasons
Nice, especially the interview with Kallocain.
Paradox is a game company beyond compare. I'm so glad there is a game development team out there that makes intelligent games with depth and rich historical details for the thinking person. In an age where everything is dumbed down to the lowest common toddler-with-a-touchscreen-device, this is ever more important.
IT IS GREAT to see the TWC giving props to Paradox. Clearly, the greatest dream game would be: one where Paradox handles the campaign and overall development, and CA handles the real time battle engine plus 3d map environment. Add TWC modders to the unit skins, realism tweaks, and live the rest of your days in bliss.
"You don't kill zombies. You capture them and get them to make power with big hamsterwheels and such. But if I had to kill them for some reason, I'd go with a catgun. It'll shoot kittens and they'll attach to the zombies face, blinding them and eventually eating the zombies brain. The irony would kill them before the cat."
Thanks for the feedback guys.
We're moving more resources into the covering of other games as well as the local community, so hopefully we can have a couple of similar articles for the next edition. I've got some great ideas at the moment.
This edition turned out great. Nice work Bolkonsky!!!
HOUSE OF HADER
Good read! Especially the Paradox part Only a shame that their community manager didn't go so deep concerning the cross-over question. I think it's one of the things we on TWC are most interested in!
The idea of a Crusader Kings with Mount and Blade combat... Is so awesome!
Someone actually took their time to interview Cahoma.... Bloody hell that's an amazing feat to say the least!! I congratulate your survival SonOfPeverel!! It must, really, have been unimaginably terrifying to sit in front of the almighty Meloncat.
He is a brave man indeed
...and Nice work Bolk I enjoyed reading that article and interview, in fact I enjoyed reading them all
There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)