Soul howl to Jorb&Loftar

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Re: Soul howl to Jorb&Loftar

Postby Superiodity » Sun Sep 23, 2012 2:30 am

Art.. there was a time when art took real skill and only a few people would be known for it but that time passed and along came the era where anything could be art like a blank canvas, a urinal, an unmade bed with condoms all over it or a tent with names of all people you've had sex with inside.
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Re: Soul howl to Jorb&Loftar

Postby Un1ted » Sun Sep 23, 2012 3:40 am

It's nice to see there are a few other people out there who understand that certain games - the GOOD ones - can be played with more than only head and hands, but also with heart.
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Re: Soul howl to Jorb&Loftar

Postby Sevenless » Sun Sep 23, 2012 5:59 am

Un1ted wrote:It's nice to see there are a few other people out there who understand that certain games - the GOOD ones - can be played with more than only head and hands, but also with heart.


Being blinded by the heart is nothing noble, it is merely foolish. No matter how many romances are written about it.
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Re: Soul howl to Jorb&Loftar

Postby MagicManICT » Sun Sep 23, 2012 6:29 am

Sevenless wrote:
Un1ted wrote:It's nice to see there are a few other people out there who understand that certain games - the GOOD ones - can be played with more than only head and hands, but also with heart.


Being blinded by the heart is nothing noble, it is merely foolish. No matter how many romances are written about it.


Ah, but to be young and foolish yet again... <le sigh>
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Re: Soul howl to Jorb&Loftar

Postby Qukatt » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:33 am

Un1ted wrote:It's nice to see there are a few other people out there who understand that certain games - the GOOD ones - can be played with more than only head and hands, but also with heart.


Is there specialist equipment for that?
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Re: Soul howl to Jorb&Loftar

Postby Kakandaville » Sun Sep 23, 2012 8:45 am

Hehe, playing with heart is the best form of playing as it summons the best emotions you would ever want to expect from a game.
You live your life with your mind and hands. What is the reason to make a game just a copy of life? Why would you change one life for another the same one on the screen. Games should convey you smth more than you can get irl. You can't be an orc irl, can you? :D
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Re: Soul howl to Jorb&Loftar

Postby Dallane » Sun Sep 23, 2012 8:47 am

Kakandaville wrote:Hehe, playing with heart is the best form of playing as it summons the best emotions you would ever want to expect from a game.
You live your life with your mind and hands. What is the reason to make a game just a copy of life? Why would you change one life for another the same one on the screen. Games should convey you smth more than you can get irl. You can't be an orc irl, can you? :D


Look at HoB. people put 2 much into this game.
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Re: Soul howl to Jorb&Loftar

Postby Kakandaville » Sun Sep 23, 2012 10:20 am

Look at HoB. people put 2 much into this game.

I don't say you should shorten your world to just a game. I mean any game should only enlarge your worldview, bring you some knowledge and experience.
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Re: Soul howl to Jorb&Loftar

Postby Potjeh » Sun Sep 23, 2012 1:39 pm

Objectively, Salem has far superior core mechanics, and thus I would say it's the better game. And I did play Haven first, thank you very much.
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Re: Soul howl to Jorb&Loftar

Postby Kakandaville » Sun Sep 23, 2012 1:53 pm

Potjeh wrote:Objectively, Salem has far superior core mechanics, and thus I would say it's the better game. And I did play Haven first, thank you very much.

Thanks me for what? Ofcourse it may have better potential, but it may not use the potential.
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