The relative success of the Yamakasi movies or Spider-Man stunts inspire videogame industry people ; ladies and gentlemen, the curtain is lifted, revealing some manure called Crazy Climber for the Nintendo Wii. Awaited December 20, 2007 in the country of the rising sun, this technological achievement is controled with the Wiimote which recreates arms movements to climb vertical "surfaces". Up to four guinea-pigs can split their retina simultaneously.
@digi_matrix: I don't disagree. But in terms of gameplay, don't expect much. (5 minutes ago)
What Remains Of Edith Finch was absolutely brilliant and heartbreaking. Had to talk to my family afterwards, be grateful for who we still have. (29 minutes ago)
I guess I'm going to play some HoTS: [url] (1 Hour ago)
@Sdarts: Don't expect too much of it. See it as a storybook. (1 Hour ago)
@droezelke: It's also available on PC, which is where I got it. Gonna play it after I finish Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Been waiting for Edith Finch since the reveal 3 years ago, if not mistaken. (1 Hour ago)
Bought What remains of Edith Finn on PS4 pro. The graphics aren't good at all. There are many graphical glitches. The framerate drops below 30. Badly optimised game. (2 Hours ago)