Archive for the Gaming Category

09Apr '15
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Unusual ways to make money in The Sims 3

I’ve discovered that I quite like the Legacy Challenge in The Sims 3, especially the beginning when you’re strapped for cash which adds a fun challenge to the game. I’ve also started a couple new saves with an even more difficult start: a family that only contains a single child and absolutely no cash or […]

21Mar '15
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Cave Clutter: Co-op Galore

Past Cave Clutter posts have been about MMOs or single player games, but this time it’s something different: co-op games. You see, I met a British fellow (aka Lord Crumb) online who has since become my partner-in-gaming of a sort. Neither of us have really had someone to play those kind of games with so […]

11Mar '15
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Tune Den: The Fall

Back in October, I wrote a post about how great I thought The Fall was, so you can imagine my delight when the official soundtrack was released on Steam! The music is a mixture of eeriness and mechanical/electronic sounds, which fits well with the game’s setting of an abandoned planet populated with robots. My very […]

29Jan '15
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The Old City: Leviathan

Every description I have seen of The Old City: Leviathan has been…cryptic to say in the least. Most games strive to tell you all about their features, how you can do this or that. The Old City however, does not. In fact, the most prominent points in its description are that it focuses entirely on […]

15Jan '15

Lots of game publishers still don’t like female protagonists

The number of games that have only a male protagonist wouldn’t bother me so much if there was an equal number of games with female protagonists. Well now we know why that is. Publishers don’t think that having a female lead would work. Yet somehow games like Mirror’s Edge and Portal managed to be loved […]

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