I felt like doing something mellow last week. when I am tired and worn out Minecraft always hits the spot and that is part of the appeal. Just plug in and relax. Enjoy the video guys!
Posts Tagged ‘dungeon’
I was hoping this year would be a little more eventful and tough to pick a top 5, but it really isn’t. Sure, the top 5 are EXCELLENT and there are a few good runner ups, but there are also a lot of terrible MMOs and poorly thought out mobile games. There are 81 games […]
Dungeon Siege Complete Current selling price: $17.99 Really I just wanted to highlight the original Dungeon Siege, but hey, the others are cool too. I initially got into DS because of DS2, but I still think the original is my favorite. Why? Because it has a remarkably simple concept that it continuously builds on in […]
General Overview An oldschool dungeon crawler with new age graphics, sounds, and animations is primed and ready to kick your ass and make you remember. Despite its rough difficulty, Grimrock does everything it can to keep its core audience and branch out to new audiences by being unashamed to provide you classic gameplay with only […]
General Overview When is something too much? When it reaches the level Dark Spire does. If you thought Etrian Odyssey was tough, you should probably look away. Dark Spire does everything it possibly can to present you with a terrible, difficult look at a first person dungeon crawler. And sadly, it does all this while […]
Available For: Linux, Mac, PC (reviewed) Developer(s): Gaslamp Games Release Date: 2011 Rating: NR Archetype(s): Dungeon Crawler, Roguelike, RPG General Overview Dungeons of Dredmor is easily one of the best roguelike RPGs out there as it’s stuffed with all kinds of options, classes, difficulty settings, and now even DLC. The game is easy to pick […]
General Overview Etrian Odyssey is a game neither for sissies or those expecting instant gratification. It’s “rape me in the ass” difficulty presents the player with ever-frustrating floors that increase seemingly exponentially in difficulty and prides itself on forcing you to grind as well as deal with constant trial and error. While it may not […]
Why “almost” you ask? This stems from the fact that the two involved indeed cut their teeth in the Hart Dungeon, but Stampede Wrestling was inactive at the time of this match. On February 4th, 1994, Lionheart Chris Jericho would square off against Lance Storm in a ladder match for the Mid-Heavyweight title.
The indie scene is quite a popular place these days. It often reminds me of independent films; sometimes they’re not quite as good as big budget titles, but often if the director’s heart’s in the right place (or in this case the developer’s), the result is a lot of clever features, quirks, artistic style, incredible […]