Minecraft 1.6, the “Horse Update,” if you will, is planned for release today so let’s look at some of its key additions. The major draw is, of course, horses, but there’s more to it than finding a horse and hopping aboard for a spin. You have to tame them, find a saddle, and you’ll probably want a lead and nametag, too. Oh, and then there’s that Bethesda-mocking horse armor that you so desperately crave.
Again late to the party, I have finally able to get around to playing Bioshock Infinite. Being so far behind the curve I was going to go ahead and skip it, but after doing that with Assassins Creed III and Dishonored (two of the bigger games last year) I decided to give it a shot and postpone covering Monaco for now, which places us even further behind. In any event, here’s my Bioshock Infinite First Opinion.
I, apparently, am an idiot. That’s the impression I get from this First Opinion on The Cave, Ron Gilbert and Double Fine’s new platformer/adventure game.
Ace of Spades is an interesting duck. It seems to crib features from Team Fortress 2 and Minecraft, but it never feels like either game. With only about an hour put into the game, here’s our First Opinion.
I love outer space, and I’ve always wanted a successor to Noctis (one of my favorite sandbox games ever, which I will definitely have to write about soon). While not exactly similar, Pioneer reminds me of the free form exploration of Noctis. Or rather, it could if I ever learn how to play it.
Cargo Commander (which I keep accidentally calling Cargo Container) is a unique experience. Since it’s going to take me a little while to formulate a proper review, here’s a First Opinion to tide everyone over.
Borderlands was a fun co-op title when it came out but to be honest I wasn’t that psyched about the sequel. That is, until about a week ago when for whatever reason I became focused on it’s impending release. I’m only about three hours in so here is my First Opinion
Planetside 2’s beta non-disclosure agreement has lifted, so it’s time to provide my personal experience and take on the game. It’s a beta, only a beta, so we’re not going to be overly critical here.