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  • jefe414jefe414 "My Other Drill Hole is a Teleporter" Mechagodzilla is Best GodzillaRegistered User regular
    Wow I had never heard of this project. I'm glad I have now!

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  • RenzoRenzo Registered User regular
    Looking good!

  • Skull2185Skull2185 Registered User regular
    Zombies appear to take cosmetic damage based on where you hit them as well. Saw a pic of a dude taking on a bunch of zeds with a shovel. He'd smacked one in the head, and like... a chunk of skull was smashed away.

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  • Magic PinkMagic Pink Tur-Boner-Fed Registered User regular
    As much as it amazes me to say it; they really should have friendly fire in there.

  • Skull2185Skull2185 Registered User regular
    Little bit of newish info in an OXM write up. Although, all you really need to get all Turbonerfed is the article's title: Minecraft meets Dead Rising. (I'd go with Minecraft meets The Walking Dead, though)
    OXM wrote:
    Apparently the team at Undead Labs are taking their strategy for surviving a zombie apocalypse very seriously, because their new XBLA project will road test the strength of a contingency plan. State of Decay is a detailed survival sim, letting you see how you'd hold out in the face of grey, lurching death.

    This isn't the frantic zombie shooter we're used to. It's all about long-term survival - days, weeks after an outbreak in isolated small-town America. Killing zombies is all part of that of course, but on a tactical level. Once you've established a main camp, plus outposts, how you keep them safe is up to you.

    Every choice you make shapes the open-play world. If you cause chaos you'll attract more zombies to your base. The undead nasties also investigate noises, so do you sacrifice speed to quietly sneak around them, or jump into a muscle car to outrun them? Looting too many resources leaves the area depleted, and these items won't regenerate - smash all the cars up, and you'll run out of cars for good.

    With effort you can grow food in your garden, though there's always the option of scavenging further and further from home - but on a 16 km-square map, this can get very daunting. Weapons are also finite until you can craft your own, but if you don't keep zombie numbers down they'll start massing to attack. Luckily, you don't have to face them alone.

    Along the way you can pick up survivors. It means more mouths to feed, but they'll bring valuable skills to your team - plus you can't build upgrades or defences if you don't have enough labour to do it. Defences are key, since characters can actually die - permanently. You can carry on leading as another member of the team, but that other guy? He's gone forever.

    The two years this game has spent in development so far look well-spent. With a dynamic world and hundreds of tactics to live your own personal survival hell, it's time to barricade the windows and prepare yourself for a zombie invasion.

    I hope "early 2013 release" means it'll be out in January.

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  • Skull2185Skull2185 Registered User regular
    Everyone has a price. Throw enough gold around and someone will risk disintegration.
  • Magic PinkMagic Pink Tur-Boner-Fed Registered User regular
    Skull2185 wrote: »
    Minecraft meets Dead Rising.


  • wavecutterwavecutter Registered User regular
    edited December 2012
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  • EshEsh Tending bar. FFXIV. Motorcycles. Portland, ORRegistered User regular
    Kinda weird that getting the shit chomped out of you by a zombie doesn't appear to do anything at all.

  • RenzoRenzo Registered User regular
    Probably god mode for demo purposes.

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  • Albino BunnyAlbino Bunny Jackie Registered User regular
    So wait, you're a commander in this as well? How does this extend gameplay wise?

  • Skull2185Skull2185 Registered User regular
    Sweet Christ on a cracker! This fuckin game, man... gonna be so great.

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  • Skull2185Skull2185 Registered User regular
    Still no release date yet... but here's an example of how the game continues to do stuff after you've stopped playing.
    Got a parking spot? Leave it empty when you log off. One of the other survivors will drive the nearest car to the spot and repair it.

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  • Skull2185Skull2185 Registered User regular
    edited February 2013
    This game is just going to be so good. It has to be... if this goes all Brink on me, I might become suicidal..

    New info on Character stats/abilities:
    A good story isn’t about characters as unchanging archetypes. It does explore innate potential and expectations, but it’s also about choices and change (or refusal to change). A good survival story in particular puts its characters to the test, but not just as individuals. A crisis is both a test of the individuals and of the dynamics between them. In designing the character and skill systems for State of Decay, we’ve tried to capture all of these elements.

    We’ve talked before about the fact that you don’t get to tailor-make your characters. Instead you encounter a wide variety of survivors with vastly different personalities and skill sets and then you decide who to bring into your group and who to leave out on their own.

    So that’s the high level. If you’ve been following State of Decay closely, you’ve heard that before. Today we’re going to going into more depth about exactly how characters and skills work.

    Let’s dive right in.


    All survivors share the same four basic skills:

    Cardio — Rule #1 for survival. If you run out of Stamina, that’s it. Can’t fight, can’t run away. You’re done.

    Wits — When the shit hits the fan, you need to think fast. The quicker you can assess a situation, the better chance you have.

    Fighting — Sometimes your best option is a lead pipe to the face. Other times, it’s getting the hell out of the way. Master both if you want to survive.

    Shooting — Used to be shooting was just a hobby. Now it’s a daily requirement.

    Every survivor has a rating in these four skills, shown as a number of stars next to the skill name. 1 star is weak. 7 stars is exceptional. Additional stars are gained by successfully using the skill. So destroying zeds in melee combat raises the Fighting skill. Taking them out with firearms raises the Shooting skill. You can improve skills faster by performing particularly skillful feats like a headshot streak.

    Each skill provides a specific stat bonus. This bonus gets higher the more stars you have in the skill.

    Cardio — Determines maximum Stamina.

    Wits — Improves search speed.

    Fighting — Determines maximum Vitality.

    Shooting — Reduces recoil when you shoot.

    Leadership — Increases how much trust you gain whenever you gain trust.

    In addition to these stat bonuses, most skills provide Abilities as you achieve more stars. Abilities can be active techniques, like Counterattack, which gives you a more powerful attack if you face a zed and dodge its attack first. Counterattack unlocks automatically when you gain your second star in Fighting. Other abilities are more passive, such as Quiet Search, which reduces the noise you make when searching. Quiet Search unlocks automatically when you get your fourth star in Wits.

    Looking back at the list above, you’ll notice the last skill, Leadership, isn’t one of the basic four. That’s because not everyone has any skill in Leadership. It’s a Personal Skill that requires some natural talent or specific background. Most of the skills in State of Decay are personal skills, and they’re part of what makes characters unique.


    To start, every survivor has a unique combination of Traits. These Traits define the survivor on a fundamental level and have a whole range of effects.

    The first Trait for every survivor is a Personality. Chatterbox, Selfish Asshole, Coward, Born Leader, Braggart, Autocrat, and Daydreamer are just some of the dozens of personalities you might encounter. Personality plays a big role in how survivors react to success and failure, how they interact with each other, and to any moral choices you make. In the short term, Personality is the least important thing to know about someone, but when trying to make your community work over the long haul, the mix of personalities matters. (We’ll probably need to dig into that in another article.)

    Many Traits reflect a survivor’s background, representing job history or hobbies the survivor had in the past. These typically provide free Stars in related skills. For example, any active hobby like Hiking, Cycling or Aikido starts a survivor with two or three stars in Cardio instead of the one star that most survivors have initially. The Aikido trait also provides a free star in Fighting. Similarly, backgrounds that require street smarts or survival skills give a bonus star or two in Wits.

    Other Traits reflect natural aptitude or ineptitude and provide a bonus or penalty to how fast a survivor can advance a particular skill. Being “Eagle-Eyed” means improving all Shooting skills faster than normal, while the “Hates Gore” Trait makes some slower to improve in Fighting, and being a “Dim Bulb” means Wits takes a lot more work to raise.

    A handful of Traits have unique game effects. Having a “Bum Knee,” for example, means stamina drain while crouched. So a survivor with this trait can hide in bushes just as well as anyone else but can’t use it as a way to recover.

    Finally, many Traits provide Personal Skills such as Leadership. Only survivors with the right Traits have access to each Personal Skill (and the stat bonus and abilities it provides). Just as in real life, the skills that the survivors have developed can vary widely in usefulness. Here’s a small sampling:

    Bruiser — Comes from Natural Athlete, Brute, or Strong as an Ox. Provides a whole unique set of combat and exploration abilities. Survivors with this skill are few and far between, but they have the potential to learn unique melee combat techniques, to carry heavier burdens without tiring, and to use larger firearms without sacrificing mobility.

    Construction — Comes from Architect, Mechanic, Electrician, or Engineer, among other jobs and hobbies. This skill doesn’t have much effect when out exploring, but having someone with any stars in Construction is essential for building a more advanced Workshop in your home.

    Leadership — Comes from Presence or Born Leader. As mentioned above, each star of Leadership increases the Trust you gain from your actions. In addition, higher Leadership unlocks special effects from your emotes, allowing you to do things like boost the combat effectiveness of the survivors around you by cheering them on.

    Counseling — Comes from People Person, Funeral Director, Stylist, or other jobs and hobbies. This skill has no impact on your combat or exploration abilities, but provides a chance to prevent community conflicts and to raise the spirits of frightened or depressed community members.

    Sexting — Comes from Sleaze or Flirt. Without phone or internet service, this finely honed skill may be doomed to be something of a lost art.

    Sports Trivia — Just as in real life, this is one of the most common skills. Sure, it might not be useful, but did you know that Randy Moss’ vertical leap was once said to be 51″? I did. (True story.)


    So we’ve talked about the Basic Skills that are common to everyone and about the Traits and Personal Skills that make survivors unique, but that’s just part of the story. You also get to make major choices about how to develop each survivor.

    First, you can choose one Weapon Specialization for each of your survivors. This can be a specific category of firearms, such as Shotgun or Pistol, or a class of melee weapon, such as Bludgeoning or Hack and Slash. A Weapon Specialization is an entirely new skill line with a unique stat bonus and a whole set of unique abilities. Before choosing a Weapon Specialization, you need to unlock it by gaining enough stars in the corresponding basic skill: Gun-related specializations unlock at four stars of Shooting. Melee-related specializations unlock at four stars of Fighting. Each survivor can have only one Weapon Specialization, so choose carefully.

    Once selected, the weapon specialization can be improved just like any other skill: by using it. So to raise your Shotgun Mastery skill, you have to take zombies out with a shotgun.

    In addition to choosing a weapon specialization, you choose a number of Signature Abilities. Our goal in designing these abilities was not merely to provide abilities that make you stronger, but that change the way you approach exploration and combat. There are four different categories of Signature Abilities and each survivor can learn one ability in each category: Offensive, Defensive, Utility and General.

    Which abilities are available varies from survivor to survivor, based on their skills. Only a survivor with three stars in Bludgeoning can learn Spinning Backhand, an offensive ability that lets you perform a spinning attack that turns an enemy around, exposing his back to you. Only a survivor with at least one star of Bruiser has the option to learn Push Kick, a utility ability that changes the [Y] button to do a powerful push kick, forcing enemies to stagger back.

    The Push Kick, in particular, is an example of an ability that fundamentally changes how you approach a combat. Instead of encountering a group of zeds and trying to take them on as a group or trying to use the environment to separate them, you can use the kick to momentarily remove a few from the fight. You might choose to pair this with offensive abilities that let you kill individuals quickly but leave you vulnerable to groups or to let you focus on using pistols, which are versatile and lightweight but don’t have the physical stopping power of shotguns and revolvers. How you make use of these abilities is up to you.

    All told, these choices allow you to take the same survivor and create someone who you’d want to use in very, very different ways. At a minimum, you’ll choose to focus on ranged vs. melee combat, and on fighting vs. avoiding fights, but you’ll also have a lot of specific options like the push kick that can provide interesting tactical choices. At the same time, since not all survivors have the same options, you should find yourself playing very differently as you switch between survivors.


    As with every part of State of Decay, we’ve worked to create a system with just the right mix of clarity and depth. We try to not to inundate you with stats and minor bonuses, instead focusing on key skills and abilities that have a big, identifiable impact. To close out, I thought I’d provide a quick look at some of the survivors you’ll likely encounter:

    Thomas Ritter

    Father Figure — Protects others against Fear. Objects to Selfish actions by the community.
    Carpenter — Provides the Construction skill
    Travel — Wits +1
    Camping — Wits +2, Cardio +1
    Organizer — Provides the Leadership skill
    Starting Gun: Revolver: M1917 — 45 caliber — Aging classic from the last days of WWI, a collector favorite.
    Starting Weapon: Crowbar — No zombie apocalypse is complete without one.

    Thanks to his Construction skill, Thomas provides additional options at the Workshop (if you have one). His mood also improves whenever you upgrade or build a Workshop. He has no special advantages in combat, but he could still choose any Weapon Specialization if he raised his Fighting and/or Shooting skill first.

    Thanks to the Leadership skill, the Cheer and Taunt emotes have additional effects for Thomas. Anyone can use the Cheer emote to try to gain Trust with allies and performing the Taunt emote makes enough noise to alert nearby zombies, but when Thomas cheers allies, their combat effectiveness increases for a short while, and when he taunts zombies he can actually draw them away from attacking allies. He’s also better at earning Trust in general and is more effective at resolving problems with community members who have fallen into a bad attitude.

    Sam Hoffman

    Iconoclast — Resistant to Fear. Becomes Insensitive when she’s feeling good about herself.
    Service Job — Wits +1
    Eagle-Eyed — Faster Shooting skill improvement
    Great Reflexes — Provides the Acrobatics skill.
    Starting Gun: Shotgun: Warden — Shotgun Shells — Low profile, slim but brutal. Affectionately named “Fiona.”
    Starting Weapon: Lead Pipe — A simple bludgeoning weapon.

    Sam’s personality is a blessing and a curse. When her attitude shifts to Insensitive, there is a danger of her worsening the attitudes of community members who already feel bad. (This can be counteracted by having community members with the Counseling skill.) Physically, though, she’s gifted. She improves the Shooting skill faster than normal, making her a great choice for a gun-related Weapon Specialization. On the other hand, the Acrobatics skill, much like Bruiser, is an uncommon skill that provides a whole slew of unique combat abilities. This may mean you want to focus on melee combat with her.

    Alan Gunderson

    Autocrat — Resistant to Fear. Prone to Anger. Becomes Overbearing when he’s feeling good about himself.
    Law Enforcement — Shooting +2
    Loved Range Shooting — Shooting +1
    Eagle-Eyed — Faster Shooting skill improvement
    Starting Gun: Rifle: 700 Huntsman – 7.62 MM — A classic scoped hunting rifle, versions of which are used by the military.
    Starting Weapon: Machete — Good for chopping brush… or necks.

    Alan’s personality is almost pure downside. He becomes angry easily and, even when he is feeling good, his Overbearing attitude can piss off other community members. Again, the key to balancing this out is other personalities that counteract this effect or to kick him out of your community. In terms of combat, he has a clear inclination: he’s good at shooting stuff. You won’t find many better than him and that may be reason enough to keep him around.

    Those are just a few examples. With dozens of personalities, jobs, hobbies, talents, and personal skills, each character starts out unique, and how they develop from there is up to you. Between choosing equipment, deciding how to invest your time, selecting a weapon specialization, and learning signature techniques, you have the ability to dramatically redefine the survivors, as individuals and as a group. By managing your community, you can cover for their weaknesses and play to their strengths, or you can allow everything to fall apart. You shape their story. Their survival is in your hands.

    Unghhh! Just inject it straight into my veins, I need this game now!

    Spoiler'd, because long post is long...

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  • Magic PinkMagic Pink Tur-Boner-Fed Registered User regular
    jesus god i need this game like last week

    even if it ends up terribad i swear i'll turn into one of those psycho apologists who just refuses to see anything wrong with it it will be my religion

    this will be me the whole time i'm playing it

  • Skull2185Skull2185 Registered User regular
    It seems like they're keeing it simple and deep at the same time via ancient dark magics or something.

    Negative traits like "Bum Knee" strike me as really cool. There was a brief rumbling on Twitter about the game releasing shortly after PAX East, which is in March I think. Undead Labs kinda waved it away though, so who knows...

    Also, sometimes Bunnies have scary vagina mouths...

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  • Magic PinkMagic Pink Tur-Boner-Fed Registered User regular
    I was thinking that exact thing but i didn't want to spoil the bunny picture

    way to go doc

  • Skull2185Skull2185 Registered User regular

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  • Skull2185Skull2185 Registered User regular
    We're gettin closer, maybe! Via Twitter:
    Aaaand there are people from our publisher looking at the game and deciding if we're ready to formally begin the cert process. Knock wood!

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  • RenzoRenzo Registered User regular
    Ooh, very nice.

    Been playing The Walking Dead. I'm very excited for more of this sort of setting, but completely focused on gameplay instead of story.

  • Magic PinkMagic Pink Tur-Boner-Fed Registered User regular
    Nice Q&A up at their forums about various game systems:

    I have to say the one thing I'm really not liking in these game play videos is the voice acting. People sound too blase and bad ass; just another day killing corpses that want to fucking eat me when's lunch. I want them to sound scared out of their minds like they should be! ZombiiU did that very very well and Dead Island did it ok (at least at the beginning of the game).

  • imperialparadoximperialparadox Houston, TXRegistered User regular
    Esh wrote: »
    Kinda weird that getting the shit chomped out of you by a zombie doesn't appear to do anything at all.

    No? But this game needs a "Totally won't tell you he just got bit" trait.

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  • Skull2185Skull2185 Registered User regular
    No release date still... but PAX East hands ons! Game had a positive showing at the con.

    IGN hands on(Note: I do not have speakers on my PC here at work, so I apologize if the audio in these videos is dumb.)

    23 minutes of gameplay!

    Cannot fucking wait for this game! Cricket Bat!

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  • Skull2185Skull2185 Registered User regular
    In that 23 minute video, it looks like zombies will grab onto your car and hang on as you're driving.

    Also, melee combat looks better than I imagined it would! I hope they announce a release date soon... Sounds like a dead ringer( ;) ) for the Summer of Arcade promotion.

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  • Magic PinkMagic Pink Tur-Boner-Fed Registered User regular
    Man, it better not be exclusive to XBLA for six months or I will rage broadway style.

  • Skull2185Skull2185 Registered User regular
    Dance fight?

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  • Magic PinkMagic Pink Tur-Boner-Fed Registered User regular
    lots of snapping

    high kicks

    you couldn't deal

  • Skull2185Skull2185 Registered User regular
    I could deal! I could!

    Well... maybe not the high kicks, but I could help you! I always keep extra leotards and spanx in the trunk of my car incase of dance fight.

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  • Skull2185Skull2185 Registered User regular
    For those worried about time passing ingame, even when you're not playing.
    For those worried about time passing offline: We've designed SOD for *adults*. Adults have to move/deploy/be w/ family. We have your back.

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  • Ninja Snarl PNinja Snarl P My helmet is my burden. Ninja Snarl: Gone, but not forgotten.Registered User regular
    Good: lotsa stuff.

    Bad: Fast zombies + low stamina + barely any zombies. In particular, fast zombies are ick, especially when the game makes it a huge pain just to get away from them. Fort Zombie (a fairly crappy game which shares a BUNCH of stuff with this game, though this game is already looking enormously better) did that routine, and it sucks gameplay-wise. Carefully navigating a proper horde without attracting their attention would be a lot better than every zombie fight being a dash-and-chomp.

    Don't see why we can't have a crapload of slow zombies to deal with instead. Running away from a "horde" (more like a small mob from what we saw, though this is hardly a finished game) and getting repeatedly jumped simply because you can't run for very long isn't my idea of fun or tension. On the other hand, having an ever-growing horde of standard zombies outside your front gates would've been pretty rad. Definitely think they should've gone for a "work during the day, scavenge at night so zombies can't see you" setup as well. Not only would it ratchet it up the tension just in a general sense, seeing other scavengers in the world with flashlights and whatnot would be worrisome. Plus, you could still venture out during the day, just at much higher risk.

    This is a budget title, though, so I guess we'll see how it turns out.

  • President RexPresident Rex Registered User regular
    In that specific video, I wonder how much is due to the two guns and ammo being carried weighing her down than specific, super fast stamina use. There is a tooltip at one point that basically says "you're carrying a lot and it's affecting your stamina." So I assume they have it balanced a bit better than the first time he gets attacked by that horde.

    I'm kind of hoping for a fairly moddable PC version for more, slower zombies and a few more integrated survival aspects the guy talks about them getting rid of (like fuel for cars).

  • Ninja Snarl PNinja Snarl P My helmet is my burden. Ninja Snarl: Gone, but not forgotten.Registered User regular
    Moddability would obviously be great, but weighed down or not (a couple rifles wouldn't weigh you down THAT much unless they were BARs or something crazy heavy like that), I can say from experience that a zombie game where you're screwed the instant you slow down because zombies are fast is not good gamepaly. L4D fast zombies work because you can mow down hordes of them even with just pistols and are only screwed when an incredible amount of them get after you; inability to kill zombies easily plus fast zombies grinds on the nerves very quickly.

    Something closer to shambling Dead Rising hordes would be a WAY more entertaining and interesting approach. Avoiding getting eaten becomes a matter of being clever and sneaky rather than just COMPLETELY avoiding any number of zombies more than a couple, and wandering hordes are a hazard rather than mostly a death sentence if they see you.

    Random crazy guys running after you just really doesn't say "zombie game" like getting yourself trapped in a building with a locked back door because a horde of 30-40 dumb, hungry, relentless zombies saw you walk in the front door.

  • VikingViking Registered User regular
    edited March 2013
    I am very excited for this one, for a long time I have wanted a game that put the survival in the Survival Horror genre.

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  • Ninja Snarl PNinja Snarl P My helmet is my burden. Ninja Snarl: Gone, but not forgotten.Registered User regular
    Hell yes to that bit. Aside from the zombie approach not thrilling me, it looks like there's a lot of effort being put into the actual "survival" part of the game. Seeing being able to call other survivors to a scavenging spot to pick up a good load of loot made me very happy; what the hell is the point of saving a bunch of people if they just sit around on their ass at base or end up as useless AI-controlled deadweight in the field?

    Also can't help but wonder if there's going to a system in place where you have to find and move to larger structures as you get more people. A little podunk restaurant may be okay for 5-10 people, but what about 20-30? Space would run out real fast. Would give the game a nice dynamic risk/reward system if you have to abandon your built-up dinky place in favor of an untouched larger structure.

  • Skull2185Skull2185 Registered User regular
    30 minute gameplay video:

    No sound at work, so I dunno wtf is happening at the beginning of the video. You can suicide yourself?

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  • Magic PinkMagic Pink Tur-Boner-Fed Registered User regular
    edited April 2013
    Yeah, he had a firebomb and just set it off.

    Not really like the ridiculous amount of damage you can apparantly take tho. It shopuld really be one bite and you're out.

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  • RenzoRenzo Registered User regular
    Probably using God Mode so the demo doesn't end in 30 seconds?

  • Magic PinkMagic Pink Tur-Boner-Fed Registered User regular
    Renzo wrote: »
    Probably using God Mode so the demo doesn't end in 30 seconds?

    I don't think so, the character actually dies at the beginning.

  • RenzoRenzo Registered User regular
    Magic Pink wrote: »
    Renzo wrote: »
    Probably using God Mode so the demo doesn't end in 30 seconds?

    I don't think so, the character actually dies at the beginning.

    Huh. I'll have to watch it later. 30min video at work = no go.

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