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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Hugo, Mar 19, 2016.
I haven't found any yet
Wasn't there rumored to be some sort of underwater dungeon or something?
Also Erock, you were a good dude in DF. Glad you're involved in this and I'm looking forward to hopefully playing with you (or against you!) in the future.
This is a blasphemous statement clearly made by a godless heathen.
If I wasn't so mediocre at this game I'd bindcamp you into oblivion.
Thanks man, look forward to seeing you as well.
I'm looking forward to our rematch without luck jumping in and getting the last hit on you when I was about to win and then killing me too.
rofl I don't even remember this at all. From the looks of it I was getting pooped on by you and then by luck. Man I sucked at DF.... here's to hoping this time around I'm better .
You gonna be playing with NME again? Since I'm gonna be casual as fuck this time around I'll probably wanna join up with a clan like NME so I can enjoy big ol' sieges and an active roster.
we were fighting for a while and were resetting and luck happened to jump on you first during the reset and i couldnt get there in time and then i got pooped on by sunbow
Nice... I don't really remember too many specific fights in DF, but from what I think I remember every time you and I met it was usually pretty close but I think you won a majority of the time.
I vaguely remember feeling like you and me were really close in skill level so the fights were always super close...but I know I'd end up losing most of the time. Finishing fights was always hard for me in DF because my confidence was never there...so even when I'd be winning a fight I'd be telling myself that I was gonna lose it anyways. I kinda do the same thing in real life too lol
well anyways looking forward to getting to fight a lot of these guys again now that i'm not on a computer from 2005.
MEET ME SOMEWHERE
I'm really looking forward to it too. I plan on doing DF a lot different this time around and I think it's gonna work well for me.
how about you update your ping for a 2016 one you noob
I'll see you at oethrain bud <3
true that i'm definitely gonna learn to shoot a damn bow in dfo
sort of did that already
internet is literally 9x better.
Try to get in less fights irl then
deste orker does a taunt04
Amazing how someone hits so many arrows while blinded.
I just had to pop in here to give my opinion on what you just said, having worked on non-profit games myself.
It all comes down to the person doing the work and gaming. Back on my last project, I both worked on development (including among other things, 3D artwork, 2D artwork, art direction, gameplay design and game logic implementation, etc.) and played the game in my spare time. My belief is that, in order to make a good game, you need to understand and play your own game. If you can't have fun playing your own game, then I suggest you take a good look at your game and go back to the drawing board, because it likely isn't fun for good reasons.
Good example: Darkfall Unholy Wars developers didn't play their own game, the result showed.
Some people get into the gaming industry without a passion for gaming. This is a puzzling decision in my view. It's like becoming a car mechanic while absolutely hating cars and not having a driving licence.
Edit: Obviously, this is simply my opinion. Don't take my post as me claiming "this is how every game developer should be". From my own experience however I simply found that people who enjoyed the game they worked on created better results for that game, as they had a better understanding of it, and what the player base likes.
Naturally, working on a game you enjoy playing, makes working on said game even more enjoyable.
It's honestly a bit surreal. I'm still becoming adjusted to the idea. I played this game for years and now it's become part of my career. I'm extremely grateful for the opportunity.
I thought u were a bartender, u makin everyone drinks?
There was, it was to the east of Alberworth. Right off a very small island.
I used to get a lot of people with that. I had one guy spending his entire weekend looking for it.