Here’s a trippy, seizure-inducing nod to the Flappy bird trend. Ridiculous Glitching — the name sums it up — takes some liberties with Pac-Man graphics and throws in chiptune-y techno. There’s only one control while you dodge mustached ghosts and grab cherries. It’s simple but damn addicting. I got a score of 14…some crazy bastard has the high score of 206.
If Pulp Fiction was a NES game…
Well done CineFix.
Swissmas is here with a ton of updates, tweaks, new items, holiday crates and all the other stuff that makes Team Fortress great. Play now a get a Gift-Stuffed Stocking or some sort!
Oh Yeah, it’s a go! Daily Deals, Flash Sales, everything you love about Steam. Tons of games are on sale for 50% off or more. As of right now, Skyrim, Bioshock Infinite, Outlast, and Prison Architect are going for half price or less. Check it out!
Just in time for Thanksgiving, the next DLC for Borderlands two is coming November 26th. The Horrible Hunger of the Ravenous Wattle Gobbler will feature a giant mutant turkey of course and we’ll have a chance to win new heads and skins. Torgue is back and his grandma Flexington makes an appearance. The DLC is only $2.99.
Xcom: Enemy Unknown is a great turn-based game. It’s like chess with aliens and plasma weapons. Tons of management, research and customization options too. You can end up attached to those little guys after several missions. I often reloaded save games to avoid casualties. Highly recommended.
Borderlands 1 has a great premise….millions of guns. The rough line drawn style is pretty damn nice too. And of course the characters rock. Brick is by far my favorite of the bunch. I won’t lie, this isn’t my best show for an ending. I had to break it into two videos because the boss whooped me a couple times.
Dishonored is a pretty decent stealth game. The levels were unique with different options to achieve your goals although they all came down to either being Good or Bad. Teleporting, possessing enemies, and rigging security systems added some refreshing options to the stealth genre. Things got a little repetitious towards the end but it was fun ride.
Blizzard always throws down heavy with the new expansions. Warlords of Draenor is no exception with a new world (Draenor), new quests, items, monsters, bosses and all that good stuff. The Level cap is now 100. You can now build your own garrison and recruit NPC’s to help you build structures…it’s like Warcraft III inside of WOW.