Friday the 13th: The game, a fun mess, but still a mess.
Friday the 13th: The game, after having a very successful kickstarter and backerkit campaign (which I did donate to, as well as took part in the beta) has finally released… But it’s been a very bumpy launch so far, and probably will be in the immediate future as well.
It is another game in the rapidly climbing in popularity, “multiplayer asymmetrical horror” genre. Read More »
Anyone who is familiar with the rogue-like genre is aware of the many games out there, some amazing, some really bad.
I, myself am quite a fan of a good rogue-like game. I feel like rogue-likes come with some of the best replayability of almost any other genre.
It’s one of those genres where the games are usually built from the ground up to be played over and over again, trying different classes, races, gear and the like.
Couple that with the usually randomized elements of the game and it can be nearly endless.
Today, I want everyone to check out Tales of Maj-Eyal! Read More »
So, does anyone remember the good old days of Diablo II and its expansion, Diablo II: Lord of Destruction for the PC?
I sure do. I spent a majority of my teen years pulling all-night gaming sessions of that game.
D2 is such a nostalgic game for me and at the time, one of my favorite games.
It still remains a very fond memory in my mind of the countless hours spent questing, killing and building characters. Read More »
So there are a lot of games out. A downright staggering amount.
There are thousands of games I have never played, and I am assuming another thousand that you, the reader, haven’t played as well.
But that is what I love about the gaming community and the power of the internet. Long lost, forgotten games can be talked about, seen, even played, opening up a whole slew of new and old games to play for gamers!
But with this new series, maybe there are some games I can shed some light on that would otherwise be overlooked.