If gen 3 synths are basically just humans that are manually assembled piece by piece by a big ass machine (as you can see in the Robotics division of The Institute)
And the molecular teleportation device smashes your atoms apart and then re-assembles them elsewhere...
Doesn't that make you a synth?
Synths are churned out in under a minute.
They didn't grow up or have any real memories or connections to the world, they won't age, they're less alive than zombies.
They are a real threat and completely bonkers.
Dance is the only sane one.
Are you hyped /v/?
former Rockstar dev has confirmed that the next RS game will be RDR2
Old Skyrim habits kicking in...
What black friday deals you guys score? Got a wii u and a PS4 making myself full idort status.
Pic pretty much related.
Amazon in my country had the PS4 with BB for 330€, I was so fucking tempted then I realized it has no games and I have no time to play because wageslave (and even when I have time I'm suffering from migraine and fatigue and I can't do anything but post on 4chan).
>He doesn't play as the glorious empire
Rebel scum please leave
Why isn't this game more popular?
It's fast-paced, it's challenging, it's fun and its innovative.
It's also directed by Shinji Mikami.
Also, sequel when?
I got this two days ago and just beat it. Fucking great game. All sorts of stupid shit happens and it's amazing. Sadly the ending feels incredibly incomplete, but overall the game is an amazing package.
/v/, Have you ever thought of getting off your ass and stand while you play?
>Some day, your resume or interview might not be what lands you a job. One major company is now using a video game to evaluate candidates.
>Consultancy and accounting firm Deloitte is taking a completely different approach to their hiring methods by focusing on the qualities of the employee's skills rather than their background, education or other factors. They tapped Arctic Shores to create a special "psychometric" game for evaluating candidates.
>Managing partner, Emma Codd, explained the reasoning behind this strategy. She says that this method results in a diverse pool of recruits:
>"We need people to join Deloitte from a variety of backgrounds, bringing a range of perspectives and experience. There is compelling evidence that alternative recruitment methods support this objective, helping to identify exceptional talent by providing opportunities for the millennial generation to shine."
>Deloitte is utilizing a mobile game called Firefly Freedom. It's no different than many other games available on tablets and phones today. The player collects fireflies to provide their family with a light source through the winter. The fascinating thing about the seemingly simple app is that it puts users through a series of tests that rate things like consistency, risk management and aversion, diligence, perfectionism and situational awareness.
>This game is an interesting way to evaluate qualities that you can't always determine in face to face interviews. After all, how can you measure risk assessment just from a 30-minute conversation? Furthermore, a game like this can be used to evaluate thousands of candidates anywhere in the world. I'm sure this evaluation will also be more comfortable for people with poor social skills that still excel in the areas needed for their profession.
Wow, being good at vidya can actually get you a real job now. What a time to be alive.
Ey, /v/ can you give me a console exclusive game series that's gone multiplat and it isn't the worst sequel?
>willingly playing as elves in any game
2, 4, 6, 8, You suck, I'm great, La da, la da, you I hate!
What are some games where you get caught in a time loop?