It’s just not E3 until every opinionated nerd on the internet has had their say, and we here at WatchPlayRead are no different (except, of course, for the fact that our opinion actually matters).
httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gk7UERiO3t4 If you’ve got a hankering for some beautiful old school pixel art, a great soundtrack, and some 4-player co-op, bullet hell action, Jamestown has got you covered.
Can you feel it? That creeping feeling? The feeling that you only just got over being horribly addicted to Desktop Dungeons and soon, far too soon, there will be a shiny, new version of it. Can you see it waiting just on the horizon like some kind of mean bird, eager to get it’s meaty […]
The second update to Terraria has hit with even more new content. On top of numerous bug fixes and tweaks to the multiplayer client, there are also some new items and enemies to find in your travels.
In another shocking display of how much they hate their fans, Valve has decided that your money is not good enough for them. They’ve even gone so far as to offer you the first volume of their Portal 2 Soundtrack, entitled “Songs To Test By,” for the insulting price of free.
If you spend more time wandering around lost than building in Minecraft, the newest update might have just what you need. Notch has released the notes for the latest patch to his blocky opus and the big news coming out of it is maps.
Since Minecraft’s unexpected popularity explosion, there have been a string of indie titles hoping to catch some of that magic, and while there have been a handful of standout titles amongst them, none have been able to even remotely compete with the monolithic Minecraft. Then came Terraria.
The first of many updates to Re-Logic‘s new sandbox title hit today.
And by “digs deep” I mean “takes a reactionary stance and rides that baby all the way to the bank.”
If you haven’t played Amnesia: The Dark Descent yet, here’s a quick synopsis of how you play the game: Gather up your bravado for 20 minutes, start game, walk around for 10 minutes, hear a creak in the floorboards somewhere, and weep violently in the corner for the next 45 minutes.
I know Ryan W. already broke the news that Terraria would be arriving on Steam today, but it bears repeating! You can get Terraria on Steam right now!
Your body is not ready.