I am working on a Master's thesis in architecture and am interested in pathmaking and pathfinding as they are implemented in the virtual worlds of gaming. There appear to be two basic approaches to both: manual (i.e., designed) and procedural (i.e., algorithmic like roguelikes). My goal is to apply strategies garnered from an analysis of these topics to an architectural design (e.g., museum or game design company offices). Does anyone know of any good resources I could read or search out?
So I try to save load outs on my call of duty app then when I get on the console the gave asks if I want to update the date and every time I say yes it says there is an error downloading. Anyone else having this problem?
They need to have something where you can choose any (Assassin's Creed) game from the Animus and visit the towns of Ezio, Altair, Haytham, etc....
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Does anyone know how to connect this? I have a ceiling mounted projector and Xbox 360 slim and Turtle beach headset. I have an HDMI cord going from projector to Xbox. I bought the analog audio adapter and plugged it into the back of the Xbox. I plugged the headset into the white and red component plugs of the adapter. Headset doesn't work. What did I do wrong? Any advice would be most appreciated. I haven't been able to find the answer to this anywhere.
The MLB TV service is available for many connected devices this year (http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/subscriptions/index.jsp?co... including Xbox [new], PS3, Roku and AppleTV.
I was wondering if one device was better than others in terms of featureset and performance for the 2012 version of the MLB app when connected to a 1080p HD TV.
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