I have loved playing World of Darkness (or I guess it is Chronicles of Darkness now), so when I noticed this 2000’s video game on sale from Steam, I could not resist picking it up. Although it has its share of bugs and issues, it is still a pretty great game; just make sure you go get the unofficial patch before you start.
Although I have never played the Halo games in the past, my husband is an avid fan and put together a bit of a party with a few of our friends during which we went through Halo: Reach in entirity – switching off between people as we died.
I’ve been playing Heroes & Generals (on the Russian side) off and on when I have some free time and occasionally I get a funny little photo out of it. Here is one where, during a three way battle, one of the US tankers joined our side and assisted in shelling the Germans!
Now, I do not have the most experience in video games, but I have been doing my fair share of PC-gaming recently. I might be a little late to the party on this particular big name, but I want to share my thoughts on it because I thoroughly enjoy the new DOOM.
The Warboss/GorkyMorkyGurl and I have some rather different tastes in video games all the way down to platform. She was a long time console gamer and I was primarily PC. We did find common ground with Borderlands 2. I’ve played it before with my old roommates and she found it adorable. We’ve tried a few different games sinceand eventually wound up finding our way to Just Cause 2 Multiplayer Mod. Since the JC games aren’t made for multiplayer it had to be modded, and if you’ve played it, then you know it’s woefully buggy. We played on a couple of different servers and that helped us identify what we liked most. Continue Reading