Avistew wrote: »
It's cloth, it would fray unless you really know what I'm doing. Plus I'm assuming the back would be white instead of being the map colour. I would have prefered a cloth the colour of the map background with the map printed on it, if I'm making sense, so you can roll it and it's not all white on the other side.
If I'm making sense.
guitarsareboring wrote: »
Yeah, that's what I expected it to be like. I wasn't expecting it to look or feel like a map (I haven't received mine yet, but I suspect it just feels like a tea towel) but I really don't mind. For the extra £8 or whatever it was it's worth it.
Megaace wrote: »
I am still on shock. I love Telltale and I have bought all their games because it is the only company devoted to graphic adventures. Now I read these news about a Back to the Future and (gulp!) Jurassic Park games... Why oh why? Telltale has sold to the enemy and now they are going to make action or, even worse... "action adventures".
Does the world need more "action adventures"? No sir. Does the world need more Hollywood-licensed games? Noooo sir. Does the world need more "interactive cinematic movies". Oh, noooo....
Less time, less money and less resources to make good graphic adventures...
Telltale has sold to Hollywood. Now I am depressed... I am going to drink a full bottle of whisky right now...
thatdude98 wrote: »
ooo! Ooo! I want to argue too!
Tube socks are oh so much better than regular socks!
I think that casual fridays should be every day!
lemurs are people, too!