I really need to be more vocal about my complaints and compliments when it comes to games. The above Kripparrian video demonstrates the inability to play around an opposing mage when half their hand is composed of randomly-generated cards. (Like a number of my more recent Hearthstone-related posts) I agree with Kripp, but I'd like to address an underlying issue that makes the problem even worse.
Thursday, April 27, 2017
So here it is, the big 100th episode! This time, I chose games playable using mainly the arrow keys!
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Instead of a recap this week, I felt it was worth addressing WildStar's reputation and the unreasonable amount of hate and negativity surrounding it. I'm sure this video isn't going to sit well with some people, but so be it.
Friday, April 21, 2017
Tune in to my Twitch channel tonight (starts 6:45pm ET) for the 100th broadcast of The Friday FREE GAME Feature! During the stream I'll have a special announcement as well as games, goodies and more! I hope to see you there!
Not sure how I missed this, but holy crap! These amazing buildings were supposedly constructed by hand in survival on what I've heard is the oldest anarchy server (2b2t.org). You can imagine nothing lasts long on those, but the city's location remained secret for some time. There was a well-known item dupe trick being used to gather the materials, but all the blocks were placed legitimately. That alone is a massive undertaking on any server, let alone one where it could all be gone in moments.
Thursday, April 20, 2017
Eschalon: Book I is an open-world, turn-based isometric RPG released in 2007. If it looks older, that's because it was purposely crafted in the classic style of the games it pays homage to. So, how does it stack up against these memorable titles?
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
This brawl was so RNG-oriented I decided to skip arena this week. Free From Amber returns for more crazy results!
Sunday, April 16, 2017
Two weeks in, and I can't wait to play again (tonight)! My first venture into the Ruins of Kel Voreth was amazing and left a great impression! Looking online at what creative players have done with their plots is also very inspiring!
Thursday, April 13, 2017
Fallout Shelter is a building and management simulator in the popular Fallout universe. It's a mobile game that's been ported to PC and recently made it to Steam. If you're like me, you probably just clicked away right now and I honestly don't blame you. Everything I really needed to say about this game is in the video anyway.
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Arena on day one of Journey to Un'Goro was... interesting. We learned a few things - Free From Amber is often amazing and Bittertide Hydra is essentially the opposite.
Sunday, April 9, 2017
Of the titles I've played for this series so far, I believe WildStar has given me my best first week since Project Gorgon. Progression feels well-paced and the world is still fresh and interesting for me. Here's to hoping it can maintain most of that for the rest of the month - I'm looking forward to playing this week!
Saturday, April 8, 2017
I'm happy to see Kripp speaking out on behalf of the free (and low investment) players lamenting the importance placed on legendary and epic cards with the release of Journey To Un'Goro. I agree that even the Hall of Fame bonus dust is unlikely to be enough for the majority of players, and perhaps doling out a random quest to everyone that logged in might've helped alleviate the problem somewhat.
However, I feel there's another issue concerning quest cards that's not getting nearly enough attention due to the above complaints, and it's perhaps part of that problem as well as an overall design issue.
Sunday, April 2, 2017
Join a genius inventor and his automaton engineer on a journey to a legendary island!
Syberia II is a point-and-click puzzle adventure game originally released in 2004. It's currently available free on Origin, likely to help promote the long-awaited sequel (Syberia III) that's set to release this month.