War for the Overworld
Sooo urm, there’s this new game coming out from Subterranean Games claiming to be “revolutionary” and “Indie” called “War for the Overworld”. It’s a fusion between RTS, RPG and God games based around building an underground dungeon, Look it up. (It’s also on Steam.)
It’s currently pretty expensive and in Beta, but hey, at least the graphics have improved and they renamed a bunch of stuff since it was released in 1999 under the name “Dungeon Keeper 2” by EA and Bullfrog.
For serious though, it’s a fan make of what should have been Dungeon Keeper 3. They’re apparently going to add much more stuff,(Although they’ve actually named less than the content of Dungeon Keeper 2 thus far) so if you’re a fan of the series or the genres why not check it out? Dungeon Keeper 2 is amazing, and this is what we’ve been waiting for.
I won a match on dueling network.
Apparently I’m not from a Heads-Up Display.
I’m covering the only bridge in my town with bear traps, as a precaution against siege ofc.
Good idea y/n?
A lot of people say Digimon is a Pokémon rip-off.
I don’t even think it’s fair to compare them.
One started off as an rpg only one year before the other came out and the other was a handheld pet raiser. I will say the Pokémon games are probably better, but Digimon is Digimon and Pokémon is Pokémon. By the time there were like 600 Pokémon Digimon was already topping 1000.
The games pretty much have no similarities until the most recent DS titles, and that is still only because of the rpg element, and if you argue that point you are a fool. That’s like saying final fantasy is a Pokémon rip-off. Or Call of Duty is a rip-off of Doom. Wait actually, Digimon and Pokémon are both about made up beings fighting each other, so is Call of Duty.
There you have it, Call of Duty is a Digimon rip-off. Now stop moral masturbating and go enjoy some games.
I have returned
and I thought I’d start with something special. Today I would like to introduce you to 6 games enemies I have issues with. This may be for many reasons, but mainly because they are annoying to a pointless extent.