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22 hours ago, Strafe said:


They do look rather similar. I’d quite like to play the last night still or at least see if it becomes worth playing.

 

Just play through Replaced whilst listening to a Steven Crowder video playlist if you really need that pixelated look whilst being force fed abhorrent ideology.

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Extended E3 show starting now

"The Xbox Games Extended Showcase is airing on Thursday, June 17 at 10:00 AM PT. Featuring conversations with developers from studios like Double Fine, Obsidian, Ninja Theory, Rare, and dev partners from around the world!"

 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, footle said:

hellblade 2 - "we're still faffing about"

Yeah, obviously still years away! Still working out a vertical slice...trailer was a very slick 'itsfuckingnothing' so understandable how they didn't show it on the main event. 

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Flight Sim - "we need a better world map + an lazy autopilot" edition.

If they could just fix the PC clients download (I'm currently connecting over a VPN to the states in the hope that it'll manage to download a 1GB file without falling over).

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Roboquest looks fun. 

 

The sheer amount of games in that ID@xbox trailer showcase that I would have bought without gamepass has probably saved me about £300 alone. 

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56 minutes ago, Unofficial Who said:

 

Hang on, what have I missed here?


From what I understand, the founder of the The Last Night dev is a pro-GG antifeminist type. And since TLN has your typical futuristic dystopian setting there’s a belief (I don’t remember if it was actually confirmed or just people putting two and two together) that these views would inform the tone of the game?

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1 hour ago, Qazimod said:


From what I understand, the founder of the The Last Night dev is a pro-GG antifeminist type. And since TLN has your typical futuristic dystopian setting there’s a belief (I don’t remember if it was actually confirmed or just people putting two and two together) that these views would inform the tone of the game?

 

Isn't it just the case that the new game looks a bit like the one?  So similar that people wondered if it was made by the people behind The Last Night? 

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9 hours ago, Qazimod said:


From what I understand, the founder of the The Last Night dev is a pro-GG antifeminist type. And since TLN has your typical futuristic dystopian setting there’s a belief (I don’t remember if it was actually confirmed or just people putting two and two together) that these views would inform the tone of the game?

They specifically said that the game was about what happened if feminists achieved the equality they wanted and how that combined with socialism causes the downfall of society. Then they walked it back to them "just asking questions" about why things like universal basic income might be bad.

 

I'm not sure why anyone feels the desire to play that game anymore. Jonathon Blow's wacky comments about women being genetically shit at science stuff is completely removed from the art he makes but with Last Night it is impossible to separate art from artist as the nastiness is in the art. 

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