ollyn Comments

Page 1 of 7

  • Firaxis announces Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth

  • ollyn 13/04/2014

    @Fenix` Left? Maybe it's me but you still seem to be reading the articles and leaving comments, so how exactly have you left? Reply +10
  • I never want to play Shenmue 3, Half-Life 3 or The Last Guardian

  • ollyn 12/04/2014

    Its duke nukem forever that makes people not want long in developement games to come out. Same sort of people whose heads drop if their team goes a goal down. A bad state of current affairs does not mean a bad outcome. Reply +2
  • Digital Foundry vs. inFamous: Second Son

  • ollyn 28/03/2014

    @mattshark My point was more to do with the frankly ridiculously high reviews these games got, despite both being just graphical upgrades. In fact, in both these cases, it could be argued that their games were in fact not as accomplished gameplay wise as their predecessors.

    The fact is I have heard no one say infamous SS is a poorer game than it's predecessors just that it is more of a refinement with better graphics, and this is seen as a negative.
    Reply +6
  • ollyn 27/03/2014

    Remember when everyone was really disappointed with GTA 4 because all it was was a smaller graphical update of San Andreas? Remember whe oblivion got marked down for being just a graphical update of morrowind, (actually removing a fair but in the process).

    No? That's because they weren't, expectations may be higher because of the longer for this gen to start but it's still the same people making the games. Real change is slower.
    Reply +3
  • Facebook buys Oculus VR for $2 billion

  • ollyn 26/03/2014

    Looks like VR is heading places, this along with Sony throwing their hat into the ring shows that it isn't just the future for Hardcore PC gaming enthusiasts but something a lot more viable as a future industry.

    Heck can you imagine in 15 years you put on your VR goggles at work and you're in a business meeting with people from all over the planet, heck you could simulate views out the conference window of anywhere in the world.

    People tend to think to small "oohhh future games are going to be immersive" that's cool but it pales next to the potential business and lifestyle implications. You cut down flight time and expense, but still have everyone in the same room in a much more obvious way than before. All the documents you have on the server are instantly accessible in the VR as touchable documents that you can leaf through etc... This is what a VR future could actually do. Plus if business and social media are driving the technology it will develop one heck of a lot quicker than enthusiast gaming sector.
    Reply +3
  • Sony layoffs hit three UK studios

  • ollyn 25/03/2014

    Not massively surprised by the Guerrilla Cambridge redundancies. They were being set up to die creating a AAA game for a console that can't really support the numbers (as much as I loved KZ: Mercenaries) it's a shame because they had a lot of talent that game was far better than reviews indicated. Studio London have done little of note since Singstar and Eyepet, I believe they are largely involved with home but as that is yet to be announced for PS4 theres a good chance it will be put out to pasture.

    Evolution is a worry though, perhaps this is staff involved in concepting and initial development meaning that the rest of the team may follow once DC is wrapped. Then again might be reading to much into that. Maybe a reaction from Sony to the government dragging it's feet on the supposed tax incentives, feeling these studios are no longer cost efficient if those tax incentives aren't to materialise.
    Reply +1
  • Watch Dogs PlayStation-exclusive content detailed

  • ollyn 21/03/2014

    @Rama26285 I am not a massive fan of companies selling themselves on the back of 3rd party multi platform games. Buying up parts of the game and making it a selling feature for either console is of particularly bad taste.

    But I do sometimes appreciate content that has been tailored to a systems specific controls. The Wii U often got new features (admittedly often a long time after the original had launched), but i have no problem with this type of Platform exclusive Content.
    Reply +1
  • God of War developer Sony Santa Monica suffers layoffs

  • ollyn 19/03/2014

    @LukasHeinzel I never said they did, just that the Playstation decision isn't the reason for their current crisis. Reply 0
  • ollyn 19/03/2014

    @Negotiator As far as I am aware that is the associated opportunity cost. (How much it cost Sony to get the machine into people's houses). It makes little reference to licensing of software and internal game sales.

    Likewise the 2.996 billion spent on xbox360.

    Hard to get a good read on Playstation figures in the past few years as they have been largely flat to loss making but this period also saw the development budgets for both PS4 and Vita. So we can assume they have been making a fair bit on PS3 in recent years.
    Reply 0
  • ollyn 19/03/2014

    @Negotiator If you genuinely believe that the Playstation division has anything to do with the sony financial situation then Im not sure what to say to you. Whilst it failed miserably in comparison to the PS2 it did in fact break even and has done fairly well in recent years.

    Sony are failing because they missed out on MP3 and had their walkman brand smashed to pieces by iPod. They missed out on LCD and Plasma and saw their CRT lead disappear down the toilet. Various other needless expenditures went into this as well.
    Sony is most definitely a company struggling because it failed to think ahead.

    Playstation division has got a lot of things wrong but it hasn't contributed to Sony's downfall at all. It is in fact probably their strongest remaining brand.
    Reply +4
  • ollyn 19/03/2014

    @Negotiator Id say the VR head set is a forward thinking approach rather than an attempt to be competitive. If companies always doubled down on what exists instead of looking at the future all we'd have is some pretty fine looking CRT 8 bit games. One game won't cost Sony anything, not investing in the future potential could cost them everything. I think Sony have probably learnt this the hard way, especially in their TV business. Reply 0
  • ollyn 19/03/2014

    @Cyber6 Well if you are looking to sell units probably not. Seeing as Microsoft have sold the least of all three you mention. if you are looking for a partner who will pay you even if your game fails then Id probably say even nintendo pips them here, Heck Platinum are on their second game for nintendo and it isn't because of the high sales of W101.

    I doubt publishers are basing their estimations on who has the biggest backers. It's a numbers game if PS4 sells more then they will be the go to console even if the rest of Sony falls down around them. If xbox sells fewer then it doesn't matter how well the next windows sells Publishers won't put their games there.

    Microsoft and Nintendo have the capital to ride the punches. Sony need to be successful, so far they have been more than that.
    Reply +2
  • ollyn 27/02/2014

    Probably me reading too much into things, but I reckon that Sony are still stung by team ico when it comes to long, new, IP development cycles. In The Last Guardian case they just kept going and going and they still have nothing for their investment, that entire team got paid to release nothing for an entire generation. They are probably going to be a bit more ruthless than they were in the past, particularly given their current finances and restructuring endeavours. Reply +7
  • Sony announces Project Morpheus virtual reality headset for PlayStation 4

  • ollyn 19/03/2014

    Here's hoping SOMA is on the docket for Sony VR headset. If not SONY!!!!!!! Oi You! I want to be able to play SOMA in VR. Send someone to Sweden to make sure that it happens

    Yeah I know Frictional games are scary enough on a screen but this would just make the experience so much more intense.
    Reply +3
  • GDC live report: Sony's "Future of Innovation" is VR

  • ollyn 19/03/2014

    Give me two move controllers and that God of War in VR would be awesome. Don't get me wrong anyone watching me would be wetting themselves but id be having fun. Reply 0
  • Marc Whitten departs Microsoft

  • ollyn 18/03/2014

    I guess this is a similar thing to Jack Tretton, been at the company for a very long time and just got a major product out the door so timing is nigh on perfect. This is perfect time of year and perfect time of the cycle to change things up. Reply +10
  • The future of Rare

  • ollyn 17/03/2014

    @SeanBeansGravyBoat actually it was called soccer by the upper classes however the middle and lower classes always referred to it as football. A common term for any sport performed on your feet rather than on horse back. However soccer will never be the the appropriate term to describe the sport in the uk. Just because a word was used first does not mean that it has enduring right to be the de facto forever, when was the last time you drove an automobile, or said you were positively gay at the thought of playing titanfall this evening. Reply +14
  • ollyn 17/03/2014

    Strange feeling lionhead isn't far behind. Reply +8
  • Titanfall review

  • ollyn 17/03/2014

    @Widge I guess that's true. And it has been somewhat frustrating that sucker punch haven't quite managed to realise the potential of the first game as of yet.

    I tend to overlook a lot of things in games as i just enjoy them and there is no onus on me to give potential purchasing advice to others. Things that don't annoy me may irritate some others. Titanfalls lack of modes, for instance, wouldn't really affect my purchase decision as it would only make it a shorter game not a poorer game. But for others that would be a big decider, hence though the utter pointlessness of the score.
    Reply 0
  • ollyn 17/03/2014

    @Widge Seems like Titanfall is getting by on being fun, why would Infamous be marked down for attempting things it doesn't get right?. By all accounts Titanfall ships with limited modes, poor campaign and no single player whatsoever. But the core experience is very good and will carry it through. Id expect a similar thing with infamous, maybe lack of replay ability will be more telling though. Reply 0
  • PlayStation Now game rentals could cost $4.99/$5.99

  • ollyn 10/03/2014

    There's probably an unusual pricing factor involved in all this that we don't usually get. Most of the time it's elasticity of demand how much can I charge before there is a large drop off in purchase. Here they will also have to consider the infrastructure and what they can provide. Like many I would pay 10-15 a month for a netflix style service but if that proved popular it could strain the network. So they will probably launch at slightly higher prices than they'd dare usually, just so they don't get crushed under the weight of users. Reply 0
  • Microsoft bosses still "extremely committed" to Xbox

  • ollyn 10/03/2014

    @Bill_P "I did not have sexual relations with that woman" Reply +11
  • Jack Tretton departs from SCEA

  • ollyn 07/03/2014

    @frederickquatman Umm you're either really slow to this news or just like to reiterate things, but Sony have been in financial trouble for a considerable amount of time. All the things you mention are seen by stock holders as them getting in top of the situation for once.

    Overly expensive headquarter real estate being traded off, under performing sectors being cut away, cancelling overly long ip production (if you work on something for 3-4 years and get cancelled it can't have been close to completion).

    The fire you mentioned is old news Sony burned and burned to the ground 5 years ago. This is the fire axe and wrecking crew salvaging what they can from the ashes. And from what many investors are seeing they are doing as good a job as can be done.
    Reply +1
  • Batman: Arkham Knight revealed, has driveable Batmobile

  • ollyn 05/03/2014

    @mega-gazz Well technology just jumped about as much as it is going to for the next 5 years. That plus Rocksteady have given it a couple of years (3 by the time this releases), it wasn't their decision to farm out the license to another developer.

    Also the ability to drive the bat mobile should bring an entirely different aspect to the game. How about you wait and see instead of jumping to conclusions.

    Oh sorry, this is the internet. What was I thinking?
    Reply +1
  • Down the replay rabbit hole

  • ollyn 24/02/2014

    @nathan_digweed And in there we have probably reached the crux point of the whole argument. Everyone has different reasons for replaying a game.

    I genuinely don't think replay ability is an quantifiable thing it is a result of conflicting scenarios ranging from something as simple as the console you play it on, to the year you play it, down to what you like as a person. Rgoue likes are designed obviously to be replayed from the start but anything with a narrative will be down to personal preference on whether you replay it or not.
    Reply +1
  • ollyn 23/02/2014

    @nathan_digweed Are they repayable or are they just really, really long. I haven't actually replayed any of the Elder Scrolls or Fallout games despite wracking up some massive time in them.

    It's true to say that I have probably played more Elder Scrolls than any other series. But I have only completed 3 (Morrowind, Oblivion and Skyrim) compare that to my 7 run throughs of Half Life.

    One game I have replayed a lot the others just took me a long time to play. I have no desire to replay them once done, but it's not uncommon for me to think Ill play half life again.
    Reply +1
  • Microsoft to take its time with Xbox One Gears of War

  • ollyn 20/02/2014

    @Widge Yeah I know, But my main point is that with the money and talent they have they should be fostering internal creation and not just picking up external winners and grinding out sequels.

    I guess it works for them, but it is a strategy that seems a little cheap. They should be leading the way or at least attempting to lead the way in development. By all means add to their studio portfolio with great teams from outside (something sony have done quite well) but once you acquire those teams give them the backing to go create not just iterate.

    Maybe they do and lion head really do just want to churn out more fable, maybe 343 really are psyched to work on even more Halo, maybe black Tusk are more excited about Gears than anything they could create themselves. But I honestly think Microsoft are really not pulling their weight in video game creation at the moment.
    Reply +4
  • ollyn 20/02/2014

    @ziggy_played_guitar None of those games were developed by Microsoft (I had to check a few). Some were published and all are exclusives but none were internally developed by Microsoft Studios. Reply 0
  • ollyn 20/02/2014

    I loved 1 and really liked 2 and 3. Judgement though kind of felt unnecessary, to the extent that i was surprised Microsoft would bother to buy up the rights. They could easily create a 3 person cover shooter without the GoW franchise for a lot less money than they have spent already. The story has been told, a spiritual successor could capture just as much attention.

    I just don't get it are Microsoft so lacking in self confidence that they feel they cannot create their own franchises? As far as I am aware Fable was created by Lionhead then Microsoft bought them, Halo was obviously Bungie, Gears is Epic. I guess at least Forza is their own. Come on Microsoft you have the money to back talent in creating something new, why are you constantly grinding out sequels.

    Edit: Sound a bit down on this, guess I am just a bit bummed that they cancelled in development new games to make more Gears.
    Reply +11
  • Be advised: I was wrong about Titanfall

  • ollyn 19/02/2014

    I can't speak for everyone but i guess a lot of the bad will aimed at this game is down to the fact that Microsoft are trying to flog their machine on the back of it. Despite the fact that it will launch on 360, a console many already own or PC something a whole lot more already own.

    As i say it's not really for me.But if i was excited about multiplayer shooters you can be damn sure id be pretty pissed that they have shown nothing of the 360 version and keep framing it as one exclusive when it clearly isn't.
    Reply 0
  • ollyn 19/02/2014

    I've been in the Beta and the funniest thing keeps happening with this game, for me anyway. Im not a big multiplayer fan, in fact the longest I've put into any multiplayer is probably The Last of Us (one of only 3 games I've platinumed). So this I came to purely on hype. So i played 4 rounds one after the other and enjoyed it. But i wasn't going back to it, after all I'm not a multiplayer fan. But next day I'm back on because of reading all this great post about it on neogaf, and again i play a few rounds in a row this time on last titan standing and again fun but not really my thing.

    That brings me to this article it has me wanting to play it again. I've already played it for well over 5 hours and not engaged with it yet the amount of hype and good will just keeps bringing me back thinking I missed something. It is this that makes me think just by sheer force of will titanfall will be massive. If you like online multiplayer this is really very good if you're not a big fan like myself it won't change your mind.
    Reply +5
  • How The Order reinvents QTEs and the cinematic game

  • ollyn 18/02/2014

    I was interested in this, but that gameplay trailer really killed it for me. I mean it's hard to say there was any gameplay. I liked Heavy Rain because the QTEs were applied to stuff that is really hard to handle in any other way and some of the QTEs were clever. Here it seems like fighting could be handled better. The Last of Us showed how brutal melee combat should be done.

    Obviously it's a preview so what we've seen is a tiny portion, but if this is what they chose to show its probably not going to be my sort of game.

    Im still waiting to see more of Rime. Also wouldn't mind knowing whats happening with the Witness and Drive Club.
    Reply +1
  • PS4 sales shoot through 5m target ahead of Japan launch

  • ollyn 18/02/2014

    @Malek86 I would say Infamous is going up against Titanfall. But that probably wouldn't adhere to your argument neither would the ton of indie stuff Sony seem to be trying to spearhead.

    I just can't see where you are coming from with this at all. Maybe they are trying to get one filmic game out a year, but certainly doesn't seem a trend.

    Each to their own I guess, but second guessing sony is quite a tricky thing to do. I mean if you can find me anyone who predicted a game like Tokyo Jungle and ill show you a honest to goodness psychic.
    Reply +2
  • ollyn 18/02/2014

    @malek86 "Sony's direction for games, namely their cinematographic approach, which was one of the reasons why I didn't choose a PS4" This statement had me a bit puzzled. Outside of this new title and uncharted Id say that doesn't describe much in the way of sony's lineup recently at all. Things like Black Swan, journey, Sly Cooper, Rain, Pupeteer, GT, The Show, Ratchet and Clank, LBP etc.. This isn't even going back that far into the past either. Nothing about Resogun, Rime, Hohokum, Everyones gone to Rapture look filmic either. Plus i wouldn't really describe Infamous as filmic, being open world and all.

    Personally I don't think you've made a bad choice in the XB1. But if the reason you went against a PS4 was because you thought Sony was narrowed to just filmic games Im not sure how you came to that conclusion. They are if anything the most diverse 1st party line-ups you can find.
    Reply +16
  • Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes is 720p on Xbox One

  • ollyn 17/02/2014

    @NathanDaviesUK No doubt you'll just pass it off as games that aren't for you, seemingly how all fanboys explain games on another system, but likewise you won't be playing Infamous, Drive Club, The Order, Uncharted, Deep Down, Everybody's Gone to Rapture, Rime, Shadow of the Beast on the X Box one.

    Nothings been announced from many of their first party teams to boot. I mean do you seriously think that PS4 is going to have inferior first party support after the tour de force the ps3 has had these past few years. Don't get me wrong Xbox ones got some good games coming but to make it sound like its the only console with good exclusives is bordering on denial.
    Reply +22
  • Microsoft's PC gaming chief leaves after just six months

  • ollyn 13/02/2014

    Microsofts entire gaming division has been junk for the last 3-4 years let alone just the PC side. But I think the clearest statement given that they aren't interested in PC was the dissolving of Ensemble. 3rd party exclusives and the continual turn over of fable, halo and gears is what I see in MS future. Sure they talk a big game (black tusk building the next big IP) but they haven't actually delivered a compelling first party experience in a very long time.

    That not to say the xbox one isn't worth owning as they have the money to buy up compelling releases. I just don't think their internal development is particularly good and certainly isn't a breeding ground of creativity like it should be or, dare I say, like Sony and Nintendo are.
    Reply +8
  • Call of Duty series enters three-year dev cycle

  • ollyn 07/02/2014

    The name doesn't really relate to the game anymore. Will you answer the 'call of duty'? Was far more appropriate for the WWII games than these ones. It was about ordinary men called upon at the hour of greatest need not Bro soldiers who seem to be on the fine line of physcopaths. Reply +17
  • Microsoft Studios boss Phil Spencer welcomes new CEO

  • ollyn 05/02/2014

    @ziggy_played_guitar I agree. I like Microsoft devices for the most part. But, playing devils advocate, I can see them give up entirely on the affair as it is hardly a pillar to their current business.

    Xbox is a funny one it is loved by a certain community and holds a potentially lucrative future. But Microsoft would be crazy to ignore the power of the windows brand and the lack of existence of a windows box, which perhaps combines streaming, internet access, maybe a couple pad (a la wii U for interface), without the need for expensive graphics hardware is to me fairly surprising. Windows TV is surely the more lucrative approach to the living room as I would say the vast majority of the public don't really care for gaming in any shape and are remiss to pay the premium to have such a device.
    Reply +3
  • ollyn 05/02/2014

    @penhalion The face of Microsoft is Windows and will be windows for a long time to come. After that the amount of people exposed to Office comes in next (heck maybe even more than windows I'm not sure of the figures), after that it is probably consumers exposed to online platforms like Hotmail/outlook. Xbox is tiny next to most of these.

    To say it would kill Microsoft to get rid of xbox is ridiculous on so many levels. Im not saying they will as it could prove important in any future consumer electronics expansion they want, but if they look to refocus on Services and Software it wouldn't be a massive loss for them.
    Reply +1
  • Nintendo slashes Wii U sales forecast from 9m to 2.8m

  • ollyn 17/01/2014

    @lucky_jim That again depends on whether the boost to sales from going IOS/android is less than what they make on the 3DS.

    I'd probably say you were right but a smart company would be testing the waters. No skin of their nose to put out, let say, ALTTP. Old game, not going to generate 3DS sales itself but would make a significant splash. They could then be in the position where they can have the latest ALBW on 3DS but also benefitting greatly from the increased mind share of having the original on phones.
    Reply +1
  • Broken Age: Act 1 review

  • ollyn 16/01/2014

    I'd be hard pressed to say that this game is related to old the Lucas Arts games. I still enjoyed it, but beyond it being a point and click game it had none of the head scratching, laugh out loud moments that many of the SCUMM engine or even COMI or Grim Fandango games had.

    Im also not 100% sure where all the money was spent, the art style is fantastic, and the voice work is good, but when you look at Broken Sword 5 (which raised less than a 3rd of Broken Ages budget) you kind of wonder what sort of bloated development process schafer goes through. Broken Sword was just as pretty (in a very different way) and in my opinion the better game so far. Although both have seemingly abandoned the harder puzzles of their predecessors.
    Reply +2
  • The Secret Developers: Wii U - the inside story

  • ollyn 12/01/2014

    I got my cube for REmake and Rogue Squadron. My Wii for no more heroes. Going further back I got a Ames for FF and other squaresift games. Those saying people only buy Nintendo consoles for Nintendo games are wrong. I've never bought a Nintendo console directly for their games, they are definitely A bonus but never a huge draw for me. I can't be the only one like this. Nintendo will lose customers if the third paries fail to support them, heck Capcom carried the cube. Reply +4
  • Games of 2013: Super Mario 3D World

  • ollyn 29/12/2013

    @Kami For me a range of games that equate to a decent amount of play or one special game that really is unmissable. For me this was fun but far from unmissable. I obviously don't think as highly as you and a fair few athers do.

    Not sure what PS4 has to do with this though.
    Reply 0
  • ollyn 29/12/2013

    Might get negged for saying this, but I played this multiplayer with my nephew on Christmas Day and enjoyed it a lot. However it really wasn't so great that you should go out and buy a console just for this game. It's fun though, and if you get a chance to play it go for it.

    I still think the galaxy games were just all round a bit better. I'd give the game a solid 8 a must for wii u owners but not really any specific reason to go out and purchase one. (I preferred pikmin). Not really sure how it's this paragon of gaming design like some have suggested, it has it's trying elements just like other games but I guess other games aren't wrapped in as much nostalgia as this game is.
    Reply +1
  • Games of 2013: Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs

  • ollyn 23/12/2013

    It kind of took DD added a plot line but removed the scare mechanics. You were no longer punished for looking at enemies (the few there were), you had no fear of running out of light, there were relatively few instances where you could actually die. It all felt a bit scaled back from the original.

    If it didn't have the Amnesia monicker though it may have fared better with people having fewer expectations and allowing it to be more it's own game.
    Reply +2
  • Games of 2013: The Last of Us

  • ollyn 22/12/2013

    A lot of people use the fantastic story as a kind of double edged so word. Saying things like 'it's not a great game just a great story', similar things are said about the graphics. This is just my opinion obviously but I loved the gameplay, I skipped all cut scenes and jargon on my 2nd and 3rd play through just focusing on the brilliantly paced action. Creeping around quietly trying to get the jump on a bunch of guys so I didn't have to use one of my 8 bullets. This was in survivor I will say. saw one person describe it as an average 3rd person shooter that's like calling MGS a 3rd person shooter, it has shooting but that isn't the balance of the gameplay and if you look to play fit as an out and out shooter you are going to get your ass handed to you.

    I am being genuinely honest here, not blinded by graphics (I have a better gaming PC and witcher 2). Or blinded by story, this was my absolute favourite game of this year and possibly the generation. it did things other games just don't these days. Proper resource management, well implemented stealth, creating real tension in fights. It actually bought me back into gaming after a fairly long period of feeling like I'd played everything already.
    Reply 0
  • Ubisoft polls interest in a non-Assassin's Creed pirate game

  • ollyn 07/12/2013

    I think it could be quite cool. I haven't played Black Flag yet (waiting till I get a PS4 next year). But I was one of the few who liked AC3 and I liked it because it did a lot of new things with the boats and stuff, it felt kind of restricted in this area because they had to adhere to an AC structure with contracts and assassination kills etc..

    Would love to go into a bar and listen to some craggy old pirate talk of an ancient lost treasure on some distant island and assemble a crew to go in search of these things. Maybe even have a slight supernatural tint on it with each island having a slightly different enemy type.

    Definitely think there is huge scope for a game like this if they tok the AC shackle off. Not that i don't love being an assassin, but there are certain elements of AC that probably hold back the pirating side.
    Reply +3
  • Eurogamer Readers' Top 50 Games of 2013 voting

  • ollyn 07/12/2013

    1. The Last of Us
    2. Guacamelee
    3. Gone Home
    4. Wolf Among Us (I know it's only one episode but loved it)
    5. Tomb Raider

    Almost put Bioshock in there but hasn't stayed with me as much as tomb raider did.
    Reply 0
  • Sony investigating reports of defective PS4s

  • ollyn 14/11/2013

    @SBandy Wii U were bricking on update, I had an N64 that literally blew out in 3 days of launch, smoke came out of it, at 10 that was pretty cool and it was replaced within the week. So I'm going to say yes. Reply +1
  • Harry Potter producer making Temple Run film

  • ollyn 13/11/2013

    Who looked at temple run, an admittedly pretty great little mobile game, and thought damn this would make a great movie.

    There will come a time when every great story has been written and when every great song has been sung. When you see stories like this I become ever surer that day is fast approaching.
    Reply +8