Digital Dimension Development (3w dot d3company dot com) announce a new computer game about BASE jumping - most deadly of all extremal sports.
The basic concept is about of human natural virtue that gives us sense of balance. The vestibular apparatus in many respects works because of eyesight - when you close your eyes you will move less confident because you are block at least a half of receptors of your "balancing engine".
Thus, in theory you can sense the free fall almost as basers feel it. Of course, to achieve this effect the image of game should be competent in many factors, such as scale of objects, field of viev, e.t.c.
What it sounds like is that is virtual reality or something like that. Anyways the game sounds cool.
All your virtual base are belong to us.
Sounds cool, sad that the guy who posted this will never return tho :(
Yeah. But he was on the way to destruction.
Actually, i am back.
I think, there are several advantages in such a game.
It is fresh and rare. You can find a hundreds of car racing games and no one about BASEj. At the same time, the mechanics of BASEj game should be very like to the rally sim - there are just steering and acceleration.
The BASEj game should have astonishing environment and locations - there are many beautiful and unique places where these guys are flying. Moreover, this places so different that gaming process should change too.
And finally, such game can be very addictive, while the gameplay is simple and intensive.
Have you ever base-jumped? I went sky-diving twice, that was great, what a rush. It didnt feel like I thought it was going to- I didnt feel like I was falling like on a rollercoaster.
No! I'm Spamacus!
17th June 2003
I'm going to love this, finally my mom can stop complaining that her son wants to commit suicide. :p I've tried base-jumping, sky-diving, all of that in so many different games, but they just weren't expecting a player to ever think of doing that, I am glad there is a company out there that has a crazy of a mind as myself...
^My mom can stop complaining too. Sounds good I'll have to check this out.