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VCRiot
I draw some pretty weird stuff so I hope you're okay with that. If not,
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Posted by VCRiot - September 6th, 2019



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Posted by VCRiot - August 31st, 2019


https://youtu.be/elo5VTkxx20


The first round is just data anyway.


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Posted by VCRiot - May 18th, 2019


Cleared out some leftover gameplay footage on my PC. Here's the result:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ObFogd1kiTU


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Posted by VCRiot - December 16th, 2018


"Once more unto the breach, dear friends."

 


Posted by VCRiot - August 21st, 2013


Haven't heard that one before huh?


Posted by VCRiot - June 13th, 2012


I have to admit, on my first playthrough of Max Payne 3, I got my a$$ handed to me in more ways than I can count. I had recently finished the first game several weeks before the third's release in hopes that I would prepare myself for the onslaught ahead. After all my experience with so-called "casual" games with regenerating health, my mind was beginning to betray me. Without regenerating health, stupid moves are more punishing, seeing how the only way to restore health would be to use painkillers (which are rare to find). Enemies are intelligent depending on their background (mafia, gangbangers, etc) which provide a more real difficulty than other games that have enemies that COMPENSATE their STUPIDITY with POWERFUL weapons. By the end of the game, I totaled up to 100+ deaths. Clearly, Max Payne 3 was not the sort of game that was going to hold the player's hand to a flawless victory (beat it 1st on Medium w/ FreeAim).

At first, I felt exhausted, I did not feel like the bad@$$ that I was supposed to be playing as Max. However, the more I played the game, the better I got. It was not just the fact that I was familiar with the enemy locations but I was literally getting better at the game in terms of skill and strategy (to shootdodge, or not to shootdodge?) By the second playthrough, I rarely remember dieing, everything felt like clockwork.

I was not able to play the first two games of the series back then when they originally came out. It was mostly due to the mature rating, not that it mattered, I still enjoyed Max Payne 3 as if I were a long time fan. While it abandoned the campy humor and 4th wall-breaking moments of the first game, it traded them for a more adult, mature style of storytelling. I will probably write a more in-depth review on Max Payne 3 later but for now I just wanted to say that I love the difficulty of the game. It was like a long awaited wake-up call from "casual" games in this generation.

Max Payne 3: F*** the casuals, one painkiller at a time


Posted by VCRiot - April 17th, 2009


working on stuff, heres one

Need time and effort, cookies help too


Posted by VCRiot - February 25th, 2009


I'm undergoing some rough times in my life, school being one of them, but hey, I'm holding on. I might have to post pone the flash thing, the economy isn't in the best shape and I can't afford much right now. I'll be back with something new.

I owe the company Atlus a sign of recognition for the Laharl profile gif. They made that awesome game Disgaea Hour of Darkness. They own rights to that game so I give them all the credit for the gif.

I drew this pic here for a friend.

Tough cookie


Posted by VCRiot - September 6th, 2008


I'll try making a flash by Febraury or when I have the time, I'm still a n00b at this stuff.


Posted by VCRiot - February 19th, 2008


I have no idea how to make a flash video.

Yeah