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I agree with Dog Pants, who is developing a Necromunda game? The only Necromunda theme game I know is the mod for Dwarf Fortress.
Regarding Space Hulk, I was a bit cautious about the first game on PC. Like Dog Pants, I remember a friend of mine introducing us to the board game. It was quite hardcore experience for me; to make it more fun we changed the rules, to make the terminators resemble and feel like the awesome elite space marines, represented in the Warh40K tabletop game and the Genestealers more like their Tyranid counterparts.
I realised Necromunda was a bombshell too - but with no more information about who's making it and whether it's still coming, had to just cordon it off.
As somebody who grew up when copies of the tabletop game were hard to come by, I appreciated the first Full Control Space Hulk for its faithfulness. Would never have played the real thing otherwise. But yep: certainly bloody hard.
When I saw the graphics and concept I though Ace of Spades. The original concept is still a great idea.
Question is will players have enough time to to entrench one self, and if it really matters. I remember the "classic" mode it was pretty much trench warfare which was nice (tunneling under the enemy, creating blockhouses, miradors for snipers).
But in the "TF2" version it just felt that the bazooka could just blow your fortification in a one blast, so it felt useless.
Its about time.. cheats RUIN games and game communities as do trolls.
Amen to that. Also, in my case. my reflexes can't compete with energy drink filled teens.
Yeah, someone (maybe some game journalist) should make a documentary about this. Cause KSP is the almost perfect example of what Early access should be. We should just all send them champagne bottles.
So does it mean that people will be able to craft their own campaign map? If yes that is good news for total conversions.
Never though I would see that fix. What can we expect now? A sequel to Bloodborne on PC?