Monday, March 28, 2011
Thursday, March 24, 2011
Thursday, March 17, 2011
I just want to say that I've given up on Treyarc's ability to provide a good multiplayer experience. I've heard the latest update helps out the lag issue, although I feel as though nothing has changed. Same garbage as before, hit boxes that aren't in the sprites, causing aim assist to screw me over time and time again, even when I host the match. Regardless of the competition, the next game in the Call of Duty franchise will still have ridiculously good sales, which makes me think; Why bother with messing around with unreliable Peer-to-Peer net code? I'd also like to say that as far as I'm concerned, the connection bars mean less to me then the dirt on the floor. One last complaint, Treyarc tried to defend themselves from scrutiny by Theater Mode by saying it's a novelty, and it doesn't represent what really happened. I say this is a giant load of trash, if it wasn't accurate, then they shouldn't have included it, and maybe spent more time fixing their terrible hit detection. I'll wrap up by saying competitive servers mean a) easier coding, b) easier updates, c) less reliance on the users, d) better hit detection, e) reliable aim assist, f) less having to hear about the garbage that is online multiplayer, so dish out the extra cash so people will stop complaining about how bad your multiplayer experience is.
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
So I definitely lied about taking a break, I decided to do a News Pickup Guide for Homefront. It'll all be up today, so all you achievement whores can get those 61 collectibles. The only thing left I'd like to do is state which checkpoint is the best for every collectible, so I think I'll look over that when I get home this afternoon.
Monday, March 14, 2011
Sunday, March 13, 2011
So today I'm going to upload as many Homefront videos as I can, and it's keeping me busy because I'll be rendering one while uploading another. It's about as efficient as it can be. Also, for anyone wondering about MvC3, I have one to put up, so I'll throw it up in between some Homefront.
Saturday, March 12, 2011
So I'm obviously going to put up more Homefront, and I actually finished the campaign last night, all that's left is editing and uploading. There's 21 in total, and the last one is only 5 minutes long, as well as one in the middle. By the end I had gotten a hang of the controls, and how I needed to play to not die all the time.
Friday, March 11, 2011
Thursday, March 10, 2011
So I think the next game I'm going to play is Homefront. It looks interesting, and I'd like to see how fluid the controls are, especially compared to Black Ops. Speaking of Black Ops, here's a idea: have 2 sensitivities, one for running around, and the other for Aiming Down Sights. Sometimes I feel as though I can't turn around fast enough when I have it lower to improve my aim, and other times I can't aim properly when it's too high. Anyways, that's my rant for the day. Finished Viewtiful Joe's missions earlier, working on Super-Skrull. They definitely seems easier then Joe's, which is very much appreciated.
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
Sunday, March 6, 2011
I finally got my job transfer, so I'll be living a lot closer to work, which means less time for transportation, and more time for videos, yay! Speaking of which, I just passed the 1/3 mark of the MvC3 missions, only 24 more to go, and I'm pretty sure there's going to be DLC characters too. But seriously, if anyone reading this thinks I should play through a game, let me know, I'll take it under serious consideration.
Friday, March 4, 2011
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
So I have a midterm today, otherwise I'd be putting up an MvC3 video, but instead of gaming I'm going to have to do some last minute studying, and by that I mean cramming. Doing that for Calculus is not a good idea by the way, but it all seems to be pretty straightforward, and the textbook surprisingly helps a lot with the course, so I'll make a little study sheet and do a few examples, so I should be good to go in an hour or two of review.