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It's a really good and fairly unusual multiplayer action game and, I assume, a really poor representation of actual scuba diving. I think the first part deserves more emphasis, though.
Depth, one year later. It's still alive!
On the road again with Euro Truck Simulator 2, death grip on an Xbox controller for want of a functioning G27. Goin' places that I've never been, thanks to the Scandinavia expansion. It's no Project...
Sticky: Now that's lighting!
Now that's lighting!
05-06-2015, 12:00 AM
Here's a long and very informative Rise of Prussia AAR for the curious. It's a valuable read even if you're familiar with Ageod's patented wargame formula.
Battle Academy is enthusiastically...
03-06-2015, 05:45 AM
I had a free trial waiting for me, so I finally played Battlefield 4 this weekend. It's like Battlefield 3, but bigger, and in China. The strong similarity kept me pretty level-headed about the whole...
Sticky: I love this shot.
I love this shot.
Thanks! I had to look up what that was and now I feel terribly provincial.
Devil May Cry is very red.
Finding my way in the curious Spintires.
Headed to the lumberyard, crane at the ready. The log cart attachment wouldn't let me load anything, so I assume it...
27-03-2015, 02:17 AM
I'd say it's commonly understood. Is it mostly an American thing? For instance, in the northeast you pay tolls with an EZ Pass.
Edit: Right, you guys say zed. I fool like a doofus.
Those Total War shots. Goodness me.
Some more Depth shots, and a recommendation that you buy this fine game while it's still on sale.
Thanks. With all the long and largely quiet walks through the wilderness, it's been pleasantly reminiscent of Far Cry 2. Not so much Far Cry 3, which is strange, since that was a hair's breadth from...
Wait, one more.
A bustling port in Anno 1404 is one of the most comforting sights in gaming.
Nature photography from theHunter: Primal. Pictures of trees, basically.
01-01-2015, 03:51 PM
My new year's resolution is to be more optimistic, too, but let's not get carried away.
If you can get it running, Railroad Tycoon 3 is a happy medium between the toylike tracklaying of Sid Meier's Railroads and the fiddlier management of RRT2.
If you're as irresponsible as I am with money, please consider buying Depth before its sale ends in, uh...10 minutes. Very pretty, very fast-moving harpoons-vs.-jaws hijinx with occasional bursts of...
So it's not just visual design that it borrowed from Civ 5.
Similar to Carma 2, there's a "floaty" quality to the pedestrians that takes some of the satisfaction out of squishing them. I hope they'll eventually recapture that nasty wet smack that sprites made...
Still have a bunch of Battlefield 3 shots I forgot to show off before Battlefield 4 came out and made it look less pretty. Anyway.
I'm okay with this.
Sticky: This is a fantastic idea.
This is a fantastic idea.
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