Developer: Asymmetric Publisher: Same as Above Released on Aug 10, 2017
West of Loathing is a comedic stick-figure RPG taking place in the Kingdom of Loathing, where demon cows terrorize ranchers, skeletons rise out of their graves, and bandits cause trouble for the local towns. What kind of crazy adventures await you in the wild west? One thing’s certain; you’ll be wearing many hats, as the Cowboys once did in style.
To continue where we left off, your humble tribe is transformed into an industrialized urban center, the first city of many to populate the land. Every city needs a town hall to establish their own form of government:
Economic cities are invested in spice mining to build better relations with their neighbors. The more trade routes they have, the more income they generate for spending on new infrastructure.
Religious cities insist that non-believers must be converted and will preach their way of life to any unsuspecting citizens. This is likely to upset the locals who throw trash at your vehicles.
Military cities are the most aggressive, always deploying armed forces to satiate their desire for conquest. They will forge alliances with other groups to declare war on their enemies.
Developer: Sandlot Games Publisher: The Same Guys Released on Feb 16, 2010
Ah, the Cake Mania series, it truly brings back memories. Little did I know, they would create a fourth game, not after Jill got married and everything was tied up in a neat little bow. This one is an old-school time management game for the girls and their moms. The story takes you back to the Evan’s Bakery in Bakersfield.
Developer: Gearbox Software Publisher: 2K Games, Aspyr Released on Sep 18, 2012
Borderlands 2 is a first-person shooter set five years after the events of the first game when the main antagonist Handsome Jack took over Hyperion Corp. and turned Pandora into a police state. At the start, a group of Vault Hunters is seen aboard a train, probably in search of the Vault, as the place is loaded with priceless Iridium.
Developer: Bioware Publisher: Electronic Arts Released on Nov 06, 2009
To this day, Dragon Age is truly one of my favorite games of all time. I’ve decided to critique Dragon Age: Origins on an unbiased level. I will only cover content derived from the core Dragon Age game and an overview of the playable side stories. Due to its sheer size, I must split this review into two parts, in order to do this game justice.