That game looks terrible.
Look at that brick wall. It's actually a stand-up comedy school
No I do not believed you get paid to do that
LISTEN UP, MAGGOTS! I WANT THOSE GRAPHICS SO TIGHT, THE VIRGIN MARY HERSELF WOULD BE IMPRESSED! DROP AND GIVE ME 20!
Surprisingly, The Adventures of Robot Floating in a Blue Void and Getting Electrocuted was not a commercial success. IGN gave it a 3.0, saying "the decision to make that guy move that way was a disastrous mistake." They did, however, praise the fact that "that sound effect they used in the last level totally works in this one, too."
Gamespot gave it a 10.
Don't those idiots know that they can just join up their local police force and look for pedos all day if they want to play video games for cash?
I went to Collins. The program for print design--which I took--went straight into the shitter after they started offering this program.
And yes, this commercial is ENTIRELY indicative of the average game design student.
A lot of people don't know that game design is exactly like this.
They don't know this because it isn't true.
|Caminante Nocturno |
I wonder what the previous level looked like. Maybe there was an actual BACKGROUND in that level.
They better tighten that shit up.
At least they're getting kids used to hearing recycled sound effects.
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The tags weren't that bad, either.
I swear to shit I did the Google search for "Collins College" and didn't turn up anything. Sorry.
Isnt that the robot from the judge dredd movie?
After graduating from a program like this, you too could spend the next few years making coffee whenever a programmer tells you to.
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