The wankers animating the rapidly decomposing corpse of Atari are taking the piss, surely.

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The wankers animating the rapidly decomposing corpse of Atari are taking the piss, surely.

Post by xAD » Wed Jul 18, 2018 4:13 am

T4K, delayed 4 months for no reason, finally releases at $29.99 on consoles, $19.99 on PC. Digimal download only. PC price I wouldn't balk at, but game apparently has zero configuration options and has wonky menus, poor control, or just plain won't start on machines outside of the target. Hoping this is the result of YaK and co. not giving a fuck about providing the wankers animating the rapidly decomposing corpse of Atari with anything but the bare minimum to satisfy contract and get paid, as that narrative plays well in my head, but still wish he would have gone quality for his own reputation's sake. 'Course I have no idea about deadlines and all that.

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Re: The wankers animating the rapidly decomposing corpse of Atari are taking the piss, surely.

Post by xAD » Thu Sep 27, 2018 2:23 am

Found console (PS4) version for $19.99 and purchased. Controls are not exactly "floaty" as has been complained by many...they seem, to me at least, to be momentum-based. Which is essentially the same as being floaty, except it feels more as though it's your own fault you didn't stop in the right place. Otherwise, it's....decent. I like the "layered 2D" look of the graphics. Gameplay just seems somehow less than TxK. Not lacking, but less. Not even really sure how to describe it. It's plenty intense. It's plenty difficult. It's plenty flashy. It's got all the same bells and whistles. It just feels half-full for some reason.

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