A game that I’ve been having quite a bit of fun with has had a major update, it does break some things, but for the most part, the new features are very nice.
The biggest new feature is tunnels, which I haven’t seen in a city sim since Sim City 4. This is very nice, since tunnelled roads appear to work in the same way as surface roads or bridges (except without those blasted support pillars) allowing you to hide some of the messes that can come up as you upgrade the roads throughout your city.
They also added an European map theme which allows you to have more interesting looking cities.
Overall it’s a very nice update, it fixes many bugs, such as ships glitching over land, and adds a few new features.
If you want more information about the update, Click Here.
A teaser of the doom Reveal video has been put online…
I’m looking forward to seeing more of the new Doom game coming up in the future.
It sounds like Microsoft is planning on pre-installing Candy Crush Saga on Windows 10 machines, at least for a while. This has quite a few people riled up, largley in part that that game is a very big time waster. Also In App Purchases are a bit of a sticking point, as it is very unlikely that King will want those removed from their game, meaning that there will probably be a number of people that’ll spend money on accident (This has happened before on Smartphones)
In the end I probably will uninstall that game, as I don’t play it, and it seems that it’d be wasting some disc space, especially if installed on a device with very little storage space.
I have been using Windows 10 on my Desktop, alongside Ubuntu 14.04 and Windows 7. It is a nice OS, though the latest build seems to drop a lot of previous customization options. Window borders will only switch to gray now, and the taskbar and start menu are both black by default, though they can be changed.
Well… this was a couple of weeks ago, but the point still stands, an official release of RPG Maker 2003 has been made, and I’m one happy camper right now. I’m planning on doing a comparison of RPG Maker 2003, XP, and VX Ace in the near future, so look out for that.
If anyone wants to take a look, Click here. It’s only 19.99, so it should be worth it for anyone that likes Retro RPGs and would like to try their hand at making one themselves.
In the end though, I’d say that I’m going to stick with RPG Maker VX Ace, which has better looking graphics (Though the chibi characters are a bit annoying for me…) and the flexible scripting system.