Me and Drewby play through the open access version of the indy game SpyParty.
I wanted to link to this video that Gamespot put out. It is a great piece that references our culture and attempts to explain the way we love our game music. Check it out! http://www.gamespot.com/shows/reality-check/?event=why-do-we-love-video-game-music-20131006
I like to play games with Amanda that we can both enjoy. We discovered that we both really like playing Family Feud so I picked it up super cheap on Steam some time last year. It is a ton of fun to play and we have a lot of fun goofing around with it. If you want to see how bad we actually are at the game, just check it out!
Polygon is reporting that another game in the Sleeping Dogs universe is currently in development. Since Sleeping Dogs is my personal favorite open world game that I have ever played, this is obviously exciting news for me. The downside is, the project, called “Triad Wars”, could just as likely be a Free to Play bad third person shooter as a proper sequel to Sleeping Dogs. Here’s to hoping for the best! Source: http://www.polygon.com/2013/10/7/4813036/sleeping-dogs-triad-wars-united-front-games
Marc hadn’t heard of the Antichamber. I decided to let him give it a spin.
Here is another game of Summoner’s Rift that we played last night that went pretty well… Something I’ve noticed is that I have a pretty evil laugh when I play this game…
Here is another game of Summoner’s Rift that we played last night that went pretty well… Something I’ve noticed is that I have a pretty evil laugh when I play this game:
Me and the boys like to get together weekly for some League of Legends butt-kicking. (At least that’s what we attempt to do). Last night the second game we ended up playing was a really close match that we ended up pulling ahead and winning. What’s the key to doing well in League of Legends even if you aren’t the best players? Teamwork and communication. Here’s the OBS of the match. (WARNING: Explicit language and Innuendos)