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I'd like to see a zombie game setup like Grand theft auto, a large sprawling sandbox city with thousands of inhabitants. But I would like a single zombie to appear randomly in the city, and the AI to react realistically and let it spread accordingly. Like you could drive to that side of town and see how it's unfolding, and you could choose to intervene or wait it out.
I would like to be able to invite people from your friends list into your zombie outbreak too. Say like up to 20 people to try and survive, or even try to stop it all from going down. If a zombie attacks a neighborhood and houses catch fire, then the house is gone permanently. It would be cool to see the AI try and band together in houses or businesses to try and stop them as well.
If you get bitten you slowly turn, and maybe you could warp to another random survivor and keep going or continue as a zombie. With the randomness of the outbreak and the smart AI, no two games would ever be the same. All yours and you friends actions effect the outcome. Perhaps you could locate the initial outbreak and stop the whole thing from ever going down, and it could play like a basic sandbox game.
I'd like a lobby where people can beg for help and you can review the zombie to human ratio, maybe even show stats on how many infected non turned humans too. Also a good touch would be cars have random amount of gas and you could fill them up at gas stations providing they're still there. You would be forced to abandon cars if all the gas stations are burned.
If you could warp all the way up to the last human surviving and die, the city gets nuked, and it starts all over again. I'd say have trophies for overcoming an over 50% zombie infested city, and prevent an outbreak before it reaches 10%. Maybe even a trophy for survivng your entire game as a single person!
I'd love to hear anybodies feed back or suggestions for a massive zombie outbreak game. I'd like to drop an Email to Rockstar and plant the seed in their head that it's a good idea! Who's with me!?
If I'm playing a game and listening to music, it's weird how different genres invoke different tastes.
Fighting games - Suicide Silence/ Carnifex / Whitechapel...anything quick and heavy honestly
FPS - Dr. Dre / MC Ren / Esham / Natas....Old skool gangster rap or old skool killer sh*t
Racing - Foo fighters / Audioslave / Tool...Melodic and progressive rock really works for me
Adventure - Deftones / Smashing pumpkins / Hed PE...Shifting sounds from one song to the next
But for some reason I can't listen while I play games online? I'm fine if it's just me and friends but I need silence when I play online for some reason..LOL not sure why
Has anybody noticed the staff at Gamestop are almost always douchebags? It's like part of their application process for some reason. I was there looking for an older PS2 game when an old lady came in with her grandson and said "We just bought a new Xbox 360, do we need any special attachments to hook it up to my TV?"
The guy behind the counter is like "Yeah you need this Monster brand HDMI cord." Which is 2 times more expensive than normal basic HDMI, and the human eye can't detect the difference between high end and standard HDMI and they know that. She bought it without question, and asked for a game her grandson wanted out of the used section. This guy had the nerve to tell her she would be better off with the new one instead of the used one, and told her to buy the insurance on it.
I just stood there looking at this guy as he gave me a look like "She has no idea so I'm taken advantage of her." I just shook my head in disapproval and walked out, as she came out I just couldn't contain myself and stopped her. I'm like "Y'know that guy just ripped you off, your 360 came with RCA cords that would've worked just fine to play on your TV." She's like "Oh really?, I wonder why he would've sold me this expensive cord than?"
I said " It gets better, the used game would have been just fine. You spent $30 more than you needed to on that game, and the insurance really was a waste too." She was like, " I wonder how often they scam people like me?" I told her she should go ask for her money back, but as I was leaving I seen she just got in her car and pulled away. So either she didn't believe me, or was too embarrassed to do anything about it.
So Gamestop instead of hiring douchebags that act like they're better than everybody that walks through the door, Why don't you do a personality check on the people you hire? How about you quit ripping off people that aren't tech savvy too, Because I would say you make enough money on people who trade in a game they paid $60 for and you only give them $20 in credit and turn around just to sell it for $55.
Anybody else experience stuff like this? I can't be the only one who has witnessed the complete BS this company is capable of.
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