Sean Buckley

Sean Buckley

Bachelor of Arts, St. John's University - Class of 2013Master of Fine Arts, Fairfield University - Class of 2016

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Sean Buckley

Incorporating something like the Oculus Rift would be absolutely insane. Ans I’d buy it in a heartbeat.

Five Changes to Hope For in Mirror's Edge 2
Sean Buckley

One of the coolest moments I’ve ever heard on a rap album would be the beginning of N.Y. State of Mind when in the background you can hear Nas quietly go “I don’t know how to start this,” and then immediately just run with it.

Time is Illmatic: Revisiting Nas’ Classic Album on its 20th Anniversary
Sean Buckley

I literally just finished this game an hour ago, and I think I’ve allowed the experience to sink in. I was completely expecting a horror game when I got it off Steam, and my stomach was in knots throughout the entirely of the playthrough. Sam’s story was touching and I actually felt an emotional connection to her and her plight. The wife’s infidelity/husbands’s writing career were just things to piece together, and the haunted-house backstory could have been fleshed out more. I’ve rarely played a game where I was waiting for something to happen for so long, and your points about it feeling creepy were spot-on. I was anticipating a survival horror game similar to Amnesia, but got an emotional and heart-wrenching story about one family’s struggle to accept their daughter. I loved it, and would give it a solid 9/10, it just felt like it left a lot on the table to be explored.

The Problem With Gone Home
Sean Buckley

I would absolutely be up for a mode similar to Diablo III’s hardcore mode. Or an achievement for completing a level without ever stopping. That would certainly test even the best Runners.

Five Changes to Hope For in Mirror's Edge 2
Sean Buckley

That seems to be the plan. The open-world format should allow the developers to branch out without making the gameplay mundane

Five Changes to Hope For in Mirror's Edge 2
Sean Buckley

Absolutely. It really forced you to focus on using the environment.

Five Changes to Hope For in Mirror's Edge 2
Sean Buckley

*short but fun game

Five Changes to Hope For in Mirror's Edge 2
Sean Buckley

Definitely worth a try. Even if you don’t play it on Xbox 360, I picked it up from Steam a few days ago for about $5. It’s a short but fun and full of beautiful artwork.

Five Changes to Hope For in Mirror's Edge 2