varis wrote:Bohemia has launched a new shooter based on ARMA, utilizes one of the new maps:
"HARCORE TACTICAL FPS"
varis wrote:Vulcan 607 wrote:Ok I am interested never watched battle star galactica so I will need to do some research. Also never watched firefly or game of thrones might do might not
Firefly I think is regarded as the best sci-fi series to come out for a good while. Also Galactica is worth watching, also the original series though it's a bit dated nowadays - it's quite campy but has its moments and the original cylons have something going for them too. The remake brings new concepts and I kinda liked the mix of very grandiose themes with some nittygritty style mixed in.
Somehow I've skipped Game of Thrones completely, but then again no starships in that show
REDDQ wrote: The Expanse is the thing nowadays. Very light on phlebo-thingy, to the point the crew has to have drugs injected just to not pass out during high G burn. Or humans born in low g are different for life, things like that.
Mike wrote:Xeno426 wrote:Vulcan 607 wrote:https://www.polygon.com/2017/6/28/15887180/battlestar-galactica-deadlock-ps4-pc-xbox-one-price-release-date
Ok I am interested never watched battle star galactica so I will need to do some research. Also never watched firefly or game of thrones might do might not
Gonna say it right now, the UI and controls are going to be horribly compromised because it's being made for PC and consoles.
Every game that aims for realtime tactical control compromise their controls when put on consoles. Anyone remember HALO Wars? Hell, the tactical overhead control in Dragon Age: Inquisition is compromised compared to Dragon Age: Origins because it was made for consoles.
Did you ever play Ruse?
edthebeast wrote:Did you ever play Ruse on console though....
Xeno426 wrote:edthebeast wrote:Did you ever play Ruse on console though....
Depends on what the system was made for first. Dragon Age: Origins was made for PC first, and the UI shows it. It's much more intuitive and useful in the tactical mode on PC than on consoles, and the same goes for the inventory system.
Razzmann wrote:It was released for consoles simultaniously though
Xeno426 wrote:Razzmann wrote:It was released for consoles simultaniously though
So was Dragon Age Origins and Inquisition.
Razzmann wrote:Of course, but it shows that it's not always been that way. Also Divnity Original Sin Enhanced Edition is available for consoles too and has pretty good controls from what I can tell. And they did not change the PC's controls, but made seperate ones instead.