Another character I’m proud of is the scientist character I mentioned in my other post.
He is quite cliché in some aspects. He was head of research for the bad guy, thought what he was doing was morally wrong, so he attempted to assassinate his boss. Before he could act out his plan, the rest of his team betrayed him, and he was captured, and as both torture and punishment, underwent experimentation, ironically becoming his own creation.
Like the character mentioned in the other post, he has similar abilities, however, only on the right side of his body, his left side was covered with a permanent exoskeleton that cannot be surgically removed and was left half finished, otherwise it would have the same powers as the right side. The right side can form any object so long as it doesn’t leave contact with the skin, unlike the other character, he doesn’t have interwoven metal in his skin, but can use his ability to make objects bind his wounds together. But an ability he does have that the other character doesn’t, is the ability to write programs in his mind, allowing him to use his brain in tandem with his cyborg parts with various results (detection, keeping track of things a normal mind would forget, prioritised healing).
His weaknesses are rather obvious, his left side is protected, his right side isn’t, and he has the mix the two in order to fight. He has to be careful as not to tear himself in half with the enhanced strength of his left half tugging away his right.
His role of the story is being the mentor of the protagonist, filling him in with information as well as being a behind the scenes character that does things even the reader may not know about.
make me a jaeger bomb please
You are now a Jaeger bomb.
So I just saw Edge of Space…the Terraria game in space that isn’t Starbound.
I see you have it.
How does it compare to Starbound? Pros and Cons?
It’s pretty cheap at the moment, with buy 1 get 1 free at £9.99, wondering if you’d recommend it?
My Steam review:
“Don’t buy this yet… Yes, I know, a cool space shark, but, don’t.
The “Beta” release (which, in all honesty, is closer to an “alpha”) is holding back a tonne of untested content, making the game largely empty and unfinished. The crafting system is overly complex, and the materials for it are seemingly placed at random, unlike other games which give a basic clue that potent materials are underground, this does not.
The three enemies I’ve found so far are a drone that shoots rockets, a jellyfish and overpowered crabs…that’s all, seriously. The Jellyfish do no damage, they just sap power from the jetpack, making it hard to get away…And you start out without a weapon, thought you could attack something with that large gun-like chainsaw? Nope, you’ve got to craft a rifle from dirt and stone…I’m not even joking.
Yeah, it might be good after they’ve done a hell of a lot of revision and have made it a little more friendly at least at the start of the game. But for now, don’t bother. Scratch your Terraria itch elsewhere, or get some cream for it.”
Admittedly, it’s been updated since that review, however, it’s not gotten much better. there’s a tutorial (that’s incomplete). It’s buggy, with the inability to put a rifle in to inventory. The biggest update is…Gasp, rebindable keys!
I’m waiting for it to update out of Beta before I bother to try it again.
I loved Terraria (348 Hours), and I’m looking forward to Starbound (57 Hours) coming in to fruition. Edge of Space is what I bought to fill the gap before Starbound…And I’ve spent a total of 3 hours on it.
Resident Evil: Code Veronica.
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