Over the three day weekend I finally got a lot of GTA 4 in, and I do love it quite a lot. Some of the things I mentioned in my first post still continue to annoy me (the many MANY buttons on the controls) but many have faded as I’ve gotten used to dealing with them.
Here’s a list of my top 5 favorite things about GTA 4 and my top 5 least favorite things — just based on this weekend’s playing:
1. Niko Bellik – He’s the series’ best hero to date. Not only is he a … Continue reading
I disagree with the “about” section on this video. I love it because she talks to the narrator AND because she gets excited about white socks.
Her acting is SO bad, it’s good.
Every so often every person in a creative occupation gets stuck. It’s a common enough frustration, and one that I’ve felt the pain of on many occasions.
Since I’ve been giving the problem a lot of thought, recently, I thought I’d post some techniques I use to get past it. While this may not be of immediate practical use to non-game designers, I’m fairly confident that some of the techniques can be adapted to any kind of creative process.
And in one piece, no less! Comic Con 2007 was a lot of fun. Before I get around to my impressions, I have some media to share:
First, here is a little video I took of the longest line I saw at the Con.