Monthly Archives: July 2014

Escape Velocity Nova- Sandbox Space Sim

Welcome back. We’re covering another favorite of my childhood: Escape Velocity Nova by Ambrosia Software. It is the third entry into a series that started on Mac computers. While I never owned one myself, a family member of mine introduced … Continue reading

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Terraria- It’s kinda like Minecraft but with more death

Today we’re covering Terraria by Re-Logic. It has often been criticized as “Minecraft in 2D,” but I don’t think that’s fair. They’re both games that start you off with very little direction, and have you advance by mining higher tiers … Continue reading

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Mount And Blade: Warband

Hey guys. Today we’re covering a medieval warfare/strategy game from Taleworlds Entertainment and Paradox Interactive. In M&B, the player creates their character, and is set loose in Calradia, a land of warring nations. In theory, the ultimate goal is to … Continue reading

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Payday 2- This Achievement is Bull****!

Now, I like Payday 2, as my earlier mentions of it might have suggested. At some time, I’m going to do a proper review on it, as it does a bunch of things right. That time is not now. Before … Continue reading

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Insurgency- Streamlined First-Person Combat

Welcome to another game review! Insurgency is a realistic military shoote- HANG ON I’M NOT FINISHED! Before you crucify me with your shards of Modern Warfare 3 discs, let me clarify- It is not an arcade-y shooter posing as a … Continue reading

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