I want to make sketch shader like life strange. shader has two part: 1.animated dashed line 2.noisy outline I like to know how can I make noisy outline? see outline of objects first I tried to make outline by copying of incoming vertex data and scaled according to normal direction.but I think it's something like Image effect because outline sometimes move inside of object. anyway I will appreciate if someone help me to Implement this shader :) … [Read more...] about How can I make outline shader like life is strange?
By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 18 January 2018 20:09 GMT Life is Strange: Before the Storm will arrive at retail in March, and it contains the Farewell bonus episode that let’s you play as Max. Life is Strange: Before the Storm Limited and Vinyl Editions will be released in Europe and North America in March. As with the Deluxe Edition of the game, each contains the previously announced, self-contained bonus episode Farewell which takes place prior to the events of Before the Storm. It will be released digitally across all territories on March 6. As previously announced, the original Life is Strange voice actors will reprise their roles as Max and Chloe in the bonus episode. The Limited Edition of Life is Strange: Before the Storm contains a physical art book featuring art from the game, the Deluxe versions of the game, plus the licensed soundtrack on CD. A Vinyl Edition will be made available exclusively from the Square Enix Store. It includes all content from the … [Read more...] about Boxed Vinyl and Limited Editions of Life is Strange: Before the Storm arrive in March
Square Enix has announced that Life is Strange: Before the Storm's special bonus episode, titled Farewell, will release on PC, Xbox One, and PS4, on March 6th. Farewell is an entirely standalone episode (only available to owners of the digital Deluxe Edition of Before the Storm) and marks the return of first series protagonist Max Caulfield. It's the only time that Max is the lead playable character in prequel Before the Storm, with previous episode's having centred around her Season One best friend Chloe Price. Equally notable is the fact that Farewell sees actor Ashly Burch resume the role of Chloe Price for the first time since the original series. Rhianna DeVries voiced the character in Before the Storm's three main episodes, as Burch was unable to participate due to the now-resolved SAG-AFTRA strike. Hannah Telle, who played Max in the original series, also returns. When Farewell releases on March 6th, it will be accompanied by two limited edition boxed releases of Before the … [Read more...] about Life is Strange: Before the Storm’s bonus Farewell episode is dated for March
Have you played Life is Strange: Before the Storm? Let’s talk about that ending. Spoilers for both Life is Strange games ahead. The final episode of Life is Strange: Before the Storm arrived just as I was clocking off for the year, but that just means I’ve had plenty of time to get really angry about the final choice and ending – and then to circle back round to a more reflective appreciation of one of the best executed prequels I have ever experienced. Before the Storm ends with players given the choice of telling Rachel Amber that her mother is nowhere to be found, or informing her that her own father has lied, over and over again, and even hired a cartoonishly villainous and violent criminal to take Rachel’s mother out of the picture. The decision to lie to Rachel, to “protect” her from the truth of her father’s monstrosity so she retains one parental figure to cling to, is presented to the player as the “good” option with all … [Read more...] about Life is Strange: Before the Storm review – an inessential choice ends an essential addition to a complex story
One of the joys of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is how it’s created a new connection between me and my seven-year-old son. He’s sunk himself into this game, and shares with me all his achievements and discoveries. When I finally pry the controller from his hands so that I can play, he cuddles up close and offers advice. Zelda is a new playground in which he and I can enjoy one another’s company. But it’s also a place he visits alone, in which he discovers lessons that are relevant and useful outside the confines of the game’s world. Many games — from narrative adventures to first-person shooters — offer useful lessons about ourselves and the lives we lead. I’m not arguing that this game is the only one that we can learn from. But Breath of the Wild’s richness, its heritage of Nintendo’s mission of discovery and wonder, makes it a herald for all games that have something useful to teach kids. This game has so much … [Read more...] about Breath of the Wild’s fantastic life lessons for kids