Volcanoids is an interesting concept, at a glance, it looks like a survival game, yet you won’t find any hunger or thirst bars here. If you die, you reload a save. Instead, it’s very much a progressive crafting game with a wonderful steampunk flavor, something I’d like to see more of in games.
I’ve never played a game like Aeon Of Sand. I’m am aware of the existence of the genre but never personally tried one. It’s best described as a choose your own adventure storybook, except you get to do some dungeon crawling as well. I wasn’t sure what to expect going into Aeon Of Sand, and I struggled at first, not with the game, but with my inexperience at playing this type of game. Once I found my sea…uh….sand legs. I could appreciate the appeal, however.
Earth Defense Force is a long-running series about shooting giant bugs and aliens with tons of fun weapons and vehicles while being doused in cheesy B-movie dialogue. Iron Rain retains the identity of its roots while introducing a few changes, some welcome, others not so much.
I’m running a little late on my reviews, nothing is wrong, it just happens sometimes, but there is generally always some mish-mash of subjects I can write about to stay on track and hopefully inform or entertain you fine folks, so here we are. Today I have a variety of topics ranging from tabletop games, a couple of important news bits and controversy regarding my State Of Decay 2 Review.
Heya Folks! I don’t have a review ready for this weekend but I have been receiving a lot of positive feedback about bringing attention to
Bow to Blood is what you would get if the TV show survivor and a spaceship game had a baby. Then that baby grew up to captain a pirate ship, who then volunteered as tribute in the hunger games. Strange? Perhaps. Fun? Hell yes.