Schrödinger's Cat and the Raiders of the Lost Quark
All this time I assumed it would be impossible to make a Schrödinger's Cat video game and now they went and did it...
- The game's trailer, however, warns that Schrodinger "doesn't know the half of what goes on in there" before showing a purple cat using anthropomorphic particles to move about in a subatomic zoo. ... Wait, what? Go home, science. You're drunk.
This is based on the two HoC reviewers for Titanfall Xbox 360 both being under the recommended age rating. I'd be more concerned if this wasn't up to typical Herd of Cats standards.
How could I not post something with this description:
- Angered by his own inability to recite iambic pentameter, actor William Shatner hops inside a time-traveling robot to kill Shakespeare. But his plot against the bard doesn't go as planned.
Okay, so they only really needed one of those three enemies to get my interest but...
- It plays a little like Gears of War, the publisher calls it a sequel to Mercenary Ops, and it has online co-op confirmed for at least eight players. Oh, and it's being developed by Yingpei Games, a studio that was once known as Epic Games China.
Sounds like it may be PC only but I still felt I had to post it...
Always good to assign a junior member to review the M rated games
Good to see someone
stepping up being volunteered to test out a game for Herd of Cats.
But Graybush didn't actually want to review/test the game himself so he tasked it out to one of his progeny.
We assume the slowest one as there is no sign of DethCon5 and we find Graybush Jr. Jr. (darthLordLogan) manning the Titan.
Thanks little guy. Let us know what you think and thanks for being volunteered. It's the way things generally work around here.
Cause breakfast is the most important Pwn meal of the day
With hilarious results around the 3:00 minute mark.