idk man about the whole last gen consoles not getting dlc or patch support anymore, my two cents is why did bioware even fucking bother putting the game on the older systems to begin with. if they were just going to leave it completely half finished anyway.

you can throw out the excuse that they worked really hard to get dai to work on those consoles and that older gen owners should be happy but like…where is all that effort when it comes to getting the dlc to work or to keeping up with the patches? where is it. which is why i think in that case it was fucking pointless to be like ‘YEAH OLD GEN OWNERS CAN GET ON THIS TO……jk we don’t actually care about them’

like im not trying to make this sound like i blame or hate anyone that owns and older gen console because i do not. i think they have every right to be mad about the dlc thing. it’s just…i dont understand how you can claim you put so much effort into making the core game SORT OF work on the old consoles and then just leave it half way. that sounds like the shit i did in college when i was lazy with projects.

                   ……… i’ve been hit by — i’ve been struck by — a shitty update

Imagine Fallout 4 as an Isometric, Old-School Styled Game!
The Stasis developer and game artist, Chris Bischoff, is a huge fan of Fallout franchise, and classic Fallout games were a big inspiration for Stasis creation, which is also an isometric game. Chris Bischoff is known as a really talented artist when it comes to isometric art, and he did some pretty awesome art of various game titles such are Bioshock Infinite, Assassin's Creed 4, and now Fallout 4.

Just imagine this.. I know you can’t! Awesome work done by Stasis developer and the game artist, Chris Bischoff!


Retro Game Room Version 2
I needed to patch the walls and paint, so I thought I might as well change it all up.

23 different consoles and handhelds, about 450 old games. Framemeister xrgb-mini upscaler so it doesn’t look bad on a new tv, handmade custom MAME cabinet, and a fuzzy chair and fuzzy carpet :)

A lot of work, and a lifetime of collecting!