Could the Time Stop bubbles in Quantum Break actually exist in real life?That’s the stuff of science fiction; there is no way for us to travel through time, right?
In other words, is there a precedent that would indicate that we could have a pandemic like the one we see in The Division?One-by-one, let’s look at all the pieces of The Division’s pandemic, starting at ground zero: US currency.
Everyone would be able to recognize the bald Agent 47 from Hitman, right?You are likely thinking the same thing I was when I first saw some of the early playthroughs of Hitman: there is no freaking way that those disguises would ever work.
The game No Man’s Sky hopes to answer that question in a very dynamic and beautiful way.Let’s science the shit out of No Man’s Sky planets.
I’m probably one of the few people in the universe who liked the basic mechanics of the original Mass Effect weapons.I believe that is one of the original tropes of shooters that was tired by the time that Mass Effect hit the scene.
Let’s take a look at the good and the bad when we science the shit out of DOOM’s weapons.The suit the player wears in DOOM factors into the amount of recoil that we would see in any given weapon.
I think that we can all agree that DOOM is intended to be over the top.Let’s take a look at the good and the bad when we science the shit out of DOOM’s weapons.
In fact, to make up for that loss, the dragon’s wings would probably have to stretch down the length of its tail.There is no way that I rationalize a dragon like Alduin flying without some sort of magic involved.
However, that bit of realism falls apart when we examine the rocket boots used for double jump.To find out why, we have to science the shit out of DOOM’s rocket boots.
If you didn’t say quantum physics, then I will explain it in this week’s Sciencing the Shit Out of Video Games article.In the game itself, Tracer can use this blink ability every three seconds assuming she has the charge to do it.
The whole series of Deus Ex games, like all good science fiction, brings up a lot of thoughtful questions about the future and technology.We all know about prosthetics and other health-rated additions to the human body (like pace-makers).