In Dying Light, more than ever, it is a case of being too busy playing it to write about it. I am really hoping to play co-op but I am concerned. Every time I suggest, even hint, that clan members should buy a game I get inundated with complaints about how I made them buy it. Even after they have put in fifty plus hours playing it. You guys are complicated.
But just the Killer Cats portion
The full NSFW Redband Trailer is available - the cats appear at 1:19.
Technically Far Cry 4 Diaries #9
The original thread requesting video of Blackwalt being eaten by a crocodile starts here. This crocodile is properly known as a mugger crocodile according to the Far Cry 4 animal index. "Officer, I was well and truly mugged."
Crikey! She's a beaut!
Finding the crocodile
After the request was made for video of Blackwalt being eaten by a crocodile it took us two days of safariing around Kyrat to actually find a crocodile. Despite being eaten by crocodiles three times previously it took us that long to find one. This crocodile, of course, we found by accident.
Furball is no Ronda Rousey but I wouldn't want to back her into a corner.
Or a laundry basket. Which ever.
The poster is correct, that is the wrong place
Come on Rebellion, let's get this over to Xbox Live already.
So, apparently, as I was reminded, I owe you guys some information about Dying Light
I may have even promised more information. Fine, here we go:
At this point I am 12% through the story.
If you enjoyed Dead Island and liked Dead Rising you will really get into Dying Light. While it hasn't made me forget Far Cry 4 it is all I have been playing (and all I want to play) since I pulled it out of the shrink wrap.
I upgraded my Surface Pro to Windows 10 the other day and on the whole, I am pleased with the change. The operating system is a significant improvement over Windows 8.1. I have had my Surface for a couple of years now and I have not used it for much, other than Skype and RDP.
I was on the XBox site and read about being able to stream games from the XBox one console onto Windows 10 machines. I was skeptical, but I figured I would give it a try with the Surface. The results were actually awesome.