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Week in Review (09/2015)

Week in Review (09/2015)

Unless you’ve been living under a Horta for the last week, you’ll have heard the incredibly tear-making news that Leonard Nimoy, the actor behind Mr. Spock, passed away on Friday. He’d had a good run though; 83 years-old, a successful actor, director, writer, poet and photographer, so we perhaps shouldn’t feel too sad. As Spock himself once said, “Change is the essential process of all life.” And what greater change can there be than death? Well, for certain nVidia customers, the change from 4 Gb of RAM to 3.5 Gb of RAM plus 500 mb running at a slightly different speed is [...]

March 2, 2015 Neurotic News, Week in Review 0

Beautifully Stupid: The Story of Saints Row and Volition (Part 3)

Beautifully Stupid: The Story of Saints Row and Volition (Part 3)

In Part 2 of our look at the history of Saints Row/Red Faction developer DeepSilver Volition, we covered the period from the first Saints Row game in 2006, to the beginning of development of the third Saints Row in late 2008. But the Third Street Saints weren’t the only ones getting a sequel… R.I.P. THQ Meanwhile, Volition Producer Jim Boone was leading the charge on Red Faction: Armageddon. An April 2011 GameSpot preview of RF:A tells us that the move away from its predecessor’s open world design to a more traditional, linear shooter, was the result of player feedback. (Apparently, [...]

November 26, 2014 Neurotic Editorials, Varia 2