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Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Alchemy Garden - EA Review

This game is the perfect mix of causal sandbox, shopkeeper management, and light handed grind. It's fun, simple and a good time for the whole family. No combat at all, just exploring, harvesting, growing and managing. My daughter's fell in love with the game and didn't want to stop playing. For $8 it's a great deal and offers more depth than you would expect, with multiple houses to buy and expand into. I can't wait to see this game grow.

Saturday, November 30, 2019

Farmer's Dynasty - Review

Farmer’s Dynasty is a farming sim that takes a little different approach. The game adds some very basic narrative beats to help engage the player within it’s thinly designed world, as many NPC’s are the same and the building materials are stock and standard. In the current 1.0 release build, I encountered more than just the few bugs seen in the video. At the current $25 price point I would avoid, considering that the “other” farming sim is less than 20. Best of luck rebuilding Grandpa's dynasty!

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Podcast

Will and Eric discuss Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order in the latest podcast!

Saturday, November 23, 2019

Pistol Whip VR

I check out Pistol Whip in VR on my HTC Vive: Inspired by God-mode action movies like John Wick and Equilibrium, Pistol Whip throws you gun-first into an explosive batch of hand-crafted action scenes each set to their own breakneck soundtrack. But unlike traditional music games, Pistol Whip has no line in the sand; you have complete freedom to shoot, melee, and dodge targets to the rhythm YOU see fit.

Sunday, November 17, 2019

Time of Legends: Joan of Arc - from Mythic Games - Scenario 1 in Review

In today's episode we discuss the first learn to play scenario for Joan of Arc from Mythic Games. We also talk about expectations in painting your models.

Saturday, November 16, 2019

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order - Early Impressions

Fallen Order is fun. The combat feels good, the world is interactive and the little cut-scenes that happen as you move around the world are simply awesome and flow so well with the game. The skill tree is simple understand and not overly complicated. I about 2 hours in so far and I've died a ton. I'm notoriously bad at these types of games and often times getting stuck in a boss fight turns off that is the only worry I have about this game. I haven't reached that point yet and maybe it never comes.  Get it Origins Premier for $15 a month and beat it, or if you want to purchase it, I recommend buying a Steam Key from Humble and using my referral link as my portion goes to St. Jude's's Children Research Hospital. Humble Link