Saturday, June 12, 2021

Open Country is here

 While disappointing overall, I have hope they will get the issues fixed and complete their hunt. 


 


Friday, June 11, 2021

Chivalry 2 is here!

 Very excited to be playing Chivalry 2. Some of the best melee combat I've seen. 


 


Thursday, June 3, 2021

Slipways Review



Slipways takes some components from 4X, strategy, and puzzle based games and mashes them together in a fun, complex, and addictive game that takes only an hour. The game has varying difficulties, but even on normal is a challenge and will have you coming back for one more run.

 

Tuesday, June 1, 2021

MMG Update / News

 

This year is flying.  We got lots of new videos up on our YT channel.  We covered Biomutant,  Port Royale 4's new DLC, Tennis Manager 2021, Demeo and more. As for the board game side of things, Will has been busy unboxing some hot new items like Chronicles of Drungagor, and a whole pile of Blue Orange game delights.  
Upcoming we got an early look at Slipways, it's a great blend of puzzle / lite 4x that will be $15 on steam. It's launching on June 3rd and I loved it. The video for it will go live on our channel tomorrow. Will just covered Farts and Fairies, whose Kickstarter goes live today. It's a great game if you have  kids who like silly and  fun games. My 2 daughters both love it. 
The new RPG Map will be arriving in a Patreon only post coming soon. Don't forget to check the Discord. We give away games on the Patreon only channel each month.  Currently, it' NBA2k20 and it has 3 days left. 
Thank you all and game on!
Eric and Will

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Tennis Manager 2021 - Overview





Quick Review:
TM 2021 Serves it up with a slick interface and solid simulation / management foundation. It has lots of features and micro-management options. The price at $35 is the downfall, buy it on sale!

Longer Review:
It's got a lot of beef and does the simulation management thing well. Sometimes the interface is a bit confusing, but overall it works well. You run a tennis school and train the players to compete in tournaments and better themselves. There are budgets, training staff, coaches, and contracts that all need managed. You can give very detailed strategy per match and even drop in for a pep talk if needed.
The price is the main problem with this game. If it was $15 I would say buy it to any simulation / management fan, but with the $35 price tag, I would only recommend you get it if you are a die hard fan.

So do I leave a positive review, because the game itself is good, or does the high price tag knock it down to negative? Well I love a good steam sale, and they often happen, so positive it is, just buy it on sale.