After completing the amazing Bishock Infinite (Definitely a contender so far for GOTY, even with next gen consoles) and seeing the first 5 minuets gameplay for this game I was hooked. The download size was around 5.4 gigs on the pc version, which means its all new assets and tons of detail into the environment.
Haven’t really played a block shooter since the Geometry Wars days and this does a good job in making it feel fresh and new. Your ship is kept behind a screen wide white line and if the enemies get to that line, it blows up your ship. The line expands each shot you take and goes back each enemy you kill in a color combo set.
This is the final type of videos I have going on for my channel and this will consist of games that will be extra long and will most likely have new game plus or multiple play-throughs. This will be two games that alternate each day for a video. (Dust one day, than Awesomenauts and than back to Dust).
Watch Me Fail: Longer Playthroughs – Dust: An Elysian Tail
Since I’m doing dailies I figured I would do an overview of each mod I do and what I think about each one. Forgot to schedule a post for sunday so this is a day late. Author information is in the description of each video.
The lords of hell rage within the Black Soulstone, their souls screaming for vengeance and release. Before the artifact can be sealed away forever, Malthael–Angel of Death–manifests in the mortal realms with a deadly new purpose: to steal the Black Soulstone and bend its infernal power to his will. So begins the end of all things…
This is a series I play through random games that don’t really fit into the other categories. These videos will be switched around every three days starting with Space Hulk, SC2 and than Diablo 3.
Random Gaming – Space Hulk:
Thought this mod was awesome and it makes my life so much better in new Vegas and wanted to share it with you all :D.
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While I was hoping all three DLC’s would be purely story stuff, this one isn’t too bad. The idea is just an arena with a bunch or rounds (Like Mad Moxxi but solo) with you killing a bunch of enemies with your choice of any weapon at the start. You only get 4 vigors, but can buy all the others right from the get go when you get the money for them.
After the mediocre Bioshock 2, I wasn’t sure if this game could live up to the hype over the last 4 years. I started to gain hope for this game after I heard they were focusing only on the single player campaign and completely ignoring multiplayer. When I found out the original story creator was working on the game again (Wasn’t around for the second game and it showed), I knew it would be a day one purchase.