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  • in reply to: How do you feel about motorcycle racers #247549
    Shadow_lawless
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    Hmmm i never played the burnout paradise with bikes, will have to check that out. I’ve tried SBk but always found it a little stale. loved tourist trophy and even earlier road rash :D

    in reply to: Medecins Sans Frontières… #247544
    Shadow_lawless
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    Sorry to hear about your dad. I’m also a long time supporter of Medecins Sans Frontières hope that provides you with some comfort

    in reply to: Project Morpheua revive the arcade #219065
    Shadow_lawless
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    Omni directional movement

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3vHv4lNvg4

    in reply to: Project Morpheua revive the arcade #219059
    Shadow_lawless
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    http://youtu.be/936QZagk-3o

    found the of the bird thing. You dont think people would like to go an arcade comprised of similar scope experiences? Impossible to recreate at home

    war thunder simulator thia one is pretty impressive as well, but could go even further I think.

    in reply to: Project Morpheua revive the arcade #219053
    Shadow_lawless
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    For example playing a space fighter where your seat actually Tilts and shakes with every hit. Or a multi directional zombie game where you trapped in a small room with zombies coming in from all directions. Or even more ambitiously that oculus rift game where you’re lying flat in a sort of harness with sensors attached to your arms and legs and u get to feel what its like to fly like a bird, tilting your wings and lifting your legs. All of these things would be difficult to reproduce in a front room. Most current arcade tech can be reproduced at home

    in reply to: Project Morpheua revive the arcade #219043
    Shadow_lawless
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    I understand what you’re saying, and that why i made the point. I don’t think many people will have VR headsets at home, for cost reasons and possibly space requirements the same reason move an kinect didn’t see huge adoption. And to a certain extent i don’t see VR being able to reach its full potential at home (though I’m sure it will still be great), people still pay to go see 3d / 4d experiences, most notably Dinosaurs Alive, Wild ocean, Shrek 4d and Ice Age 4d. So why they wouldn’t want to pay to do a similar thing in an arcade, only next gen

    in reply to: Killzone SF Openess good or bad? #207034
    Shadow_lawless
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    lol, ill be sure not to try that. i haven’t finished the game yet though, think i just finished section 8 when you land on helghan. That whole level was just epic to me

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