i mean uplay+ and origin access exists but i dont think they'll get into the cloud streaming thing.Since everyone is starting their own streaming service, do you all think it's possible for game publishers to launch their own streaming service where all of their catalog is on it? Or is it too early and impossible to do it?
There's a remastered version coming out soon, so you may want to hold on until that gets released.Maaaaaaan... I suddenly got hit with a deep wave of nostalgia for Age of Empires III, scoured the whole house to see if my copy was still around with no luck (pretty sure it and all my old PC games were dumped years ago by now), and finally checked on Steam only to find out I just missed a 75% off sale on it by roughly a week.
Maybe tracker/module artists? It's not exact but it's the closest I can think of.There's a ton of chiptune artists out there, but is there anyone out there that makes songs like FF7? I don't know why but that game's sound is so unique and I can't get enough of it.
FF7/FF8 on PC used midi for the music and it was horrible. MOD/tracker music is probably the right way to go but a lot of that music wasn't as symphonic or orchestral.Maybe tracker/module artists? It's not exact but it's the closest I can think of.
Basically if you like the sound of Amiga/Snes/GBA/DS games then it's basically that as FF7 was all sample based instead of being streamed.
Finally, the console my mother always mentions has arrived.The Nintendo Playstation prototype is up for auction, but a tad on the expensive side
I could just see that happen!Finally, the console my mother always mentions has arrived.
Enter stage left, Fat Autist
*Fat Autist proceeds to buy up the console and then sits on it*
*60 years pass*
*on the morning after his death, the next of kin arranges for all the accumulated junk in Fat Autist's house to be dumped. Thousands of unreleased games are turned into cubes but at least their copyrights are OK*