I play WoW regularily, I hate to admit. But when I get my fill of trolling around, I fire up the old FF series games that I have and beat them again. I've also played all the zelda's out on actual consoles (don't start on the whole hand-helds are consoles too bs), but the only one I really go back to in that series is Ocarina of time. I refuse to play the "3D" version of the game though.
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Re: Games you play after a long time of coding
Posted 29 August 2012 - 08:09 AM
strawhat89, on 23 August 2012 - 11:20 AM, said:
This you do in your spare time, yeah ?
aresh, on 23 August 2012 - 11:37 AM, said:
Well, there are also professional testers, you know. Maybe he is one of them, and he gets paid to try and break it?
strawhat89, on 23 August 2012 - 12:28 PM, said:
Which is what I wanted to know. Is the emulator being built by community of fans or by a company.
Oops, sorry. Been a few days since I last stopped by.
Yeah, I do this in my spare time, and yes, it is a fan-community project. I did volunteer to be a CSR, to run in-game events, but that was just before my Grandad died, and I completely screwed it up since I didn't have the heart for anything after that happened and all but disappeared from the world for a while.
So, now I'm back in the world, I help out where I can, which means breaking it so those people doing the actual work know what needs to be fixed before it can be called finished.
And no, I'm not being paid to test it. I wish I was, but not even the developers are being paid for it.
Edit: Going back to Skyrim for a moment, I started a new game over the weekend. Up to level 14, and hating the lack of healing magic. Still, that's the price I pay for trying for a completely non-magical character (well, not including magic weapons. Thos I don't mind, but you'll not catch me throwing any spells around).
This post has been edited by Bort: 29 August 2012 - 08:15 AM