Rae: “I just can’t eat in front of people.”
Stacey: “Why not?”
Rae: “Well, because, if I eat unhealthy food, then people will think ‘Oh, look at that fat cow. No wonder she got to that size,’ and if I eat healthy food, then they think ‘Well, who’re you trying to kid, love? You didn’t get to that size by eating salads.’”The fat experience in a nutshell. Bloody hell, My Mad Fat Diary is brilliant.
i want that robe.
Escort, hooker, prostitute, whore— I don’t mind what you call me. That’s just semantics.
so on the radio this morning the guy was talking about how the owner of this zoo in some town was found dead and all the animals were let out of the cages and were running around town and i was like
OMFG ZOO TYCOON
please tell me i’m not the only one who trapped all the tourists in the zoo and set free all the animals
This one shocked us: Zoo Tycoon is the Xbox One game you didn’t know you wanted. For real.
By Chad Sapieha
Zoo Tycoon is the Xbox One game you didn’t know you wanted. Seriously.
Frontier Developments’ animal park simulator exploits Microsoft Corp.’s new hardware in all the right ways.
Its beautiful and lifelike creatures are a showcase for the Xbox One’s graphical prowess, and you can interact with them (if you choose) using intuitive physical gestures and even facial expressions via Kinect. And the management portion of the game, which also incorporates Kinect, makes a strong argument for the potential of intuitive voice commands in sim and strategy games.
And yet it doesn’t feel like just a gussied up technical demo. This is a polished, full-fledged, very fun game. You’ll buy it for your kids so they don’t feel left out of the next-gen joy, but once they go to bed you may well end up spending as much time designing your dream zoo as they do.