Archive for the ‘Strategy’ 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 […]

Planetary Annihilation the Crater Debater

Planetary Annihilation

Planetary Annihilation is so gosh darned neat. It’s still in alpha stages of development, but hot damn it’s fun to mess around with. It’s from the makers of Supreme Commander, if I recall correctly. If not, the two games are extremely similar regarding basic mechanics, and I expect several grudges will be held upon full […]

The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask Drops the Moon, then the Ball

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

I’m probably going to encounter some overpaid assassins for saying this, but after playing a fair chunk of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask, I’m not entirely sold on it. It’s not bad, but it definitely falls in the shadow of its predecessor. I loved The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, but this one […]

Antichamber, Think Outside the Blocks

Antichamber

I like games like Antichamber. Normally I don’t have a very large tolerance for puzzle shit, but “think outside the box” puzzle shit is fairly easy to stomach. That’s especially true with constant tidbits of helpful advice that apply to the real world as well as they do to the game world. I suppose it […]

Ps3 Gamer Zone’s Top Five Worst Games

If games like these keep coming out, the future of the gaming industry is bleak. These are five of the most unpleasant video games I’ve ever encountered, and as such, this list should be considered a practical means by which to avoid throwing money away on forgettable and un-fun games. Prepare yourself for an onslaught […]

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 […]

Fire Emblem: Awakening Tips and Tricks

Fire Emblem: Awakening

Greetings, fellow Fire Emblem: Awakening fanatics! How’s life on the warpath? Are you in need of some general tips with which to better your strategy and avoid watching your units get swarmed and murdered? I’ll assume yes, because if you don’t need help you’ll probably just bail. I have quite a lineup of tips prepared for […]

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 […]

Party of Sin, Clipping Wings and Puzzle Things

Party of Sin

I got Party of Sin on a Steam Sale, figuring a neat little puzzle platformer about the Seven Deadly Sins would be worth a couple bucks. Though short, I enjoyed the game thoroughly. The characters were nifty, their abilities were fun to apply, and a good number of the puzzles were actually rather challenging. Stylistically […]

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 […]

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