Archive for the ‘Sandbox’ Category

Banished Puts the Sim in Simple

Banished

As far as town simulators go, Banished doesn’t bring any new or glamorous mechanics to the table. That’s just fine, because its composition and pacing as a whole are excellent. The tutorial covers the need-to-know, and everything else is picked up from just playing the game. There’s more to it than you’d think, enough so […]

Starbound Beta, Into Infinity

Starbound

Yeah, the Starbound beta just came out yesterday, but I’m gonna go ahead and give all of you tentative players a fair look at what one day of experience can get you. It’s unsurprisingly impressive, as I have been following the project since its very early stages, and I have had a chance to observe […]

Terraria 1.2 Tips and Tricks

Alternatively titled “How to Be an Overpowered Little Shit.” So you’re playing the new Terraria 1.2 patch, you just murdered the Wall of Flesh, and now hard mode is utterly kicking your ass. You need a way to survive, and you need it fast. What can you do, though? Digging for ore is tedious and […]

Terraria 1.2, Less is More but More is Better

Terraria 1.2

Terraria? What’s that? We’re all waiting on Starbound here. Yeah, yeah, I know, it’s down to what, ten dollars on Steam? A lot’s changed with the Terraria 1.2 patch, I’ll have you know. A crapton more content for both the console and PC versions, to be specific. You’ll be getting all the best info on […]

Ps3 Gamer Zone’s Top Five Casual Games

Video games are a big part of society these days. They’re used to entertain, relieve stress, pass time, make money, tell stories, and plenty more. This time around, I’ll be listing off the top five games I prefer to play when I just feel like kicking back and relaxing. These games tend to be very […]

Animal Crossing New Leaf, Beetle Runs

Animal Crossing New Leaf

Listen up, Animal Crossing New Leaf fans. Even if you feel the need to relax and enjoy life at your own pace, you still need cash, and in order to do cash, you need to work! However, with a little strategy of mine, you can make several million Bells on the first day of having […]

Animal Crossing: New Leaf, A No Life New Life

Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Let the record show that I’ve played the original Animal Crossing for the Gamecube and Wild World for the DS. I skipped out on City Life because I heard it really wasn’t all that good of an expansion on the series. Animal Crossing: New Leaf, however, is everything the old games were and plenty more. […]

Scribblenauts Unlimited, Creative Overload

Scribblenauts Unlimited

I didn’t really didn’t plan on getting Scribblenauts Unlimited. If it weren’t for the fact that I happened to run across it during a 75% off Steam Summer Sale, I probably would have been just fine with Super Scribblenauts on the DS. Hell, I spent more time in the start screen sandbox than I did […]

Recettear, An Item Shop’s Tale is a Good Buy

Recettear, An Item Shop's Tale

It isn’t often a come across a money management game that’s actually fun and has an appealing personality. Recettear, An Item Shop’s Tale is about a young girl named Recette, whose adventurer father leaves her in an empty home with a colossal debt weighing down on her tiny reserve of cash. Tear, a fairy contracted […]

Don’t Starve, But Feel Free to Go Mad

Don't Starve

Lovecraftian survival horror? Sign me right up, please. I had been debating purchasing Don’t Starve in the Steam store for a while now, and I finally broke down and bought it. This crafting-based hardcore survival beast will not be slain very easily. As it says on the tin, there are no instructions, save for the […]

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