What we’re playing: RimWorld, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Wargame: Red Dragon Games we wish we could play (cause we paid for them and can’t run them well enough to enjoy): Astroneer, Space Engineers Summary: I feel like I’ve been caught in the casual gaming web. RimWorld’s visuals and soundtrack make it seem like it’s something I could have on in the background, but this is definitely not the case. From my playthroughs, it requires a LOT of attention. The concept of the storyteller is great, I really feel like it lets me have enough breathing room to learn about the game…
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Boy, we’re pumping these things out now, aren’t we? General Chaos is a great game (I think), but I’ll let you decide. Head over to the video section and have a look. P.S. I finally changed the code so that it doesn’t automatically play our best video ever. Now you can actually see the other ones!
The video’s pretty self-explanatory, but it’s my first impressions of Gate of Thunder: Top Gun, but in the future.
For those gits who thought they’d been robbed of a review, here you go. Joint Operations: Typhoon Rising is a game. And to avoid depriving you of a quick jump to Wikipedia (boing!), Joint Operations is a large scale war FPS, with support for up to 150 players (I believe). At this point, there are three groups of people. The Epinephrine Phreaks, The Realists (a.k.a. the Pessimists), and the W.O.W. players (a.k.a. the gits). The Epinephrine Phreaks are the people who hear “150 players in a single game” and think that everybody in there is going to be a god,…
After weeks of high stress, no work, and no sleep to go, it was high time for me to just shoot stuff. However, I was way too tired to shoot in the three dimensions that we are used to, but I found a solution. My solution was Tyrian2000, played with my buddy, Shane Strife. Shane and I embarked on the 2 player cooperative adventure, the details of which I have no recollection. What I do remember are hopefully the best parts of the game. The backstory. Tyrian2000 is an updated version of Tyrian, which was released as freeware in 2004….
Ok, so, we’re still alive, still getting some pageviews… for some reason. Rambusco is supposed to be “About video games, by gamers.” So, we’re going to play some freakin’ video games pretty soon. I’m pulling some old video game reviews off of my personal blog, The New Adventures of Sharkis. So, this week will be a good week! Stay tuned!
This is a lame way to start off the new series of content, but this morning I found myself in an argument with an individual who had previously suffered the consequences of identity theft. We were discussing a charge on another person’s statement, the origin of which was unknown. While instructing this third party on the correct course of action, my opponent stated that it was the bank’s responsibility to protect their customers from fraudulent charges. While I do believe that the bank has some responsibility, I do not place the full burden on them. The measures put in place…
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It’s a game.Scrolling shooter.It’s the Rambusco.com Game of The Week! Let’s see what we can crank out in 7 days!EDIT: Nothing. Moving back another week. Wish me luck