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This episode the Loading Bartenders discuss the next great Rockstar game, the need for new consoles, Nick's gassy dad, how innovative "The Last of Us" might possibly be, and more.
Tags: bar, korey, loading, podcast, spill, spill.com, the, videogame
i like lifelike graphics but only because it helps with immersion, i guess.also video games get past that glassy dead eye look sometimes
@ Mr. Plainview
I agree with your steps.
Eventually we will be jacked in just like the matrix.
Korey's recommendation of Robot Carnival also remind me of recent short that could have been inspired by Robot Carnival called Gentelman's Duel. Jason would probably dig it
You guys talked about the upcoming foraxis remake of xcom I found a developer diary on the game check it it out.
Get More: GameTrailers.com, XCOM: Enemy Unknown - Developer Diary: Behind the Game, PC Games, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
I doubt the Loading Bar would appreciate the oh-so-subtle comedic genius of Muv-Luv. Or Persona, for that matter. Though for the record Persona 3 and 4 are fucking fantastic.
While I agree with Korey that we must open our minds to imagine what the future of technology will look like his proposal of simulation type video games where we run around and perform the actions is incorrect and that line of technology will only advance as a gimmick.
Kevin is right. Useful new technology removes a previous step of old technology, it does not add a new one. Flailing about like an idiot pretending to shoot things with holographic guns adds a new step it does not remove one. Using a controller involves the following steps:
1. Your brain sends the signals of what you want to do.
2. Your muscles respond and hit buttons on the controller.
3. The controller sends the signal to the game.
The obvious future of video game technology would thus use similar methods to what is used now for people to control their computer with their brain. It's being used currently on stroke victims and such. Combine this with goggles or contact lenses that portray the virtual environment and now the steps go as such.
1. Your brain sends the signals of what you want to do (shoot, leap, fly right, kung-fu, cook, parkour, pick your nose)
2. The game enacts these actions.
If you wish to add a step and run around the room flailing like an idiot while you do this then go ahead. But physical interactive gaming will not last long for the reasons Nick pointed out. You'll trip on your couch or table and crack your head open, also developers are smart enough to realize that not everyone would have the physical space or physical abilities (such as physical disabilities) to play such games. There are numerous other reasons as to the flaws in this method of gaming technology but suffice to say simply using your brainwaves as the controller are the obvious future.
I laughed so hard when Korey yelled out "YOU DON'T PLAY LASER TAG" lol and I agree with Korey. I love laser tag too.
@ Herman Cain- the rifftrax for that is hilarious! it actually syncs up with that link too, cheesy 70's commercials and all
I'm stared <:^(
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