We've already told you about Woolfe: The Red Hood Diaries from Belgian studio GriN. This new platformer revisiting the tale of Little Red Riding Hood is obviously very reminicent of American McGee's work on Alice in Wonderland, but its 2.5D approach and its good artstyle make us want to see more. The three levels which are available in the demo are too short to fully express the game's potential, but the small glimpse we have of the atmosphere and gameplay mechanics is more than enough to get our attention until the game is released in 2015. Note : Capturing the game with Mirilis Action! turned out surprisingly difficult, so we had to lower the resolution at 720p to keep a steady frame rate at 60 fps. The third video was however captured at 1080p but we capped the frame rate at 30 fps for better results performance-wise.
of mental health problems go through. It's not a joke, even if people have polluted the waters of what is and isn't really a condition. It needs to be taken at least as serious as diabetes. (53 minutes ago)
and killed a bunch of people. If I had the money I would open my own awareness center to educate people as to how important mental health is, and what those suffering from either side of the aisle... (54 minutes ago)
The problem is mental health isn't taken seriously in the country. It isn't explained properly to the general public and so they're apathetic about it, but then they wonder why someone went ape-shit.. (55 minutes ago)
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@GriftGFX: i've been on about 7 types of anti depressants in the last 5 years. lol. it's anecdotal, but they work. they just usually come with some shitty side effect. (13 Hours ago)
Now with that said.. there's no cure. Most of these disorders are poorly understood, as is brain chemistry. And people like Chris Cornell were being treated. But results vary. Better than a sugar pill (13 Hours ago)