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One of my favourite games of all time the new multiplayer is good as well! the only thing i wish was different is that it’d be cool if your kids developed traites from there parents or you could teach them skills or hobbies or influence them go down a certain career like in Harvest Moon also it’d be nice if people grew older and died over time and new people moved in that would be pretty interesting 🙂 Please check out this youtube video for the guide: free ps plus

Great, game reminds me of an old Days game called Runefactory.
I love the mix of farming rpg. It keeps you coming back to water you crop and build more structures.
I got it on my PC first, then found it on my PSP vita great idea a portable Stardew Valley.
Steam has amazing games for low cost and crazy sale. I have turned into a PC gamer because of steam.

Long Version: I am a free weekend player of this game. I’ve played Tekken 5 to bits on a PS2 before a shift to PC Gaming. This game is just amazing and is easily the best fighting game I ever played on PC. While not 100% micro-transaction free, it is a far cry from the other game (*cough SFV *cough) that has almost more than half of its character roster requiring you to purchase them or endlessly grind in online battles (which is also one of its weakest points). A quick summary of why this game is good:

– Excellent fighting game mechanics (as most Tekken games have been anyway)
– Huge roster of characters immediately available on the base game
– Solid single player modes if you don’t want to play online yet
– Online battle search is relatively quick (compared to that game that makes you wait for 30 minutes to find you a match *cough SFV *cough)

I would grab this title in a heartbeat only if it weren’t for my huge backlog of games.

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I sort of hating rating this no, but there isn’t a middle ground so I’m going to review it from my perspective.

I bought the game because I love crafting games, base building games and the combat looked good but not so crazy that I was worried about being crushed by people who are far better than me at FPS games like fortnite. However, I just found this video on how you just get free skins on fortnite no matter what: fortnite free skins

First the good.
– The graphics are great and the game ran really smooth on my middle of the road PC.
– I liked the combat a lot. It’s based on skill but it’s not a crazy FPS. Your average gamer has a chance to contribute. FYI there are NO melee weapons in the game that I saw. Only ranged.
– The crafting is excellent. TONS of this to craft. The progression feels great, I was always playing a little longer so I could make that next cool thing. I’d almost play just for the crafting (but sadly, I’m done for now).
– Exploring is fun. There are lots of regions to find all with their own types of crafting components. There isn’t a map or compass so you can actually get lost and I liked that.
– There isn’t a severe death penalty. Just got back to your body and get all your loot back, just be sure to do it before someone else does.

The Bad
– Played a reckoning last night and was very underwhelmed. Our main base got attacked by about 30 – 40 monsters but with about 12 of the faction member there we took them down easily with minimal damage. The event lasted an hour, but we were done in 10 minutes and just ran around wondering what was supposed to happen next. Turns out nothing.
– Either the network code or the game itself has some serious rubber banding issues. I’d run into them every 20 minutes or so.
– Lots of griefers. Watched for a few hours as one of our members would log in and then proceed to attack anyone they could find. Not a big deal, but the only way to deal with them is to kill them first and you lose faction points by doing that. Something needs to be done about that, losing faction points doesn’t hurt the players who don’t care. Only the ones that do.
– Everything is shared. This isn’t terrible, but if you are making a rare resource you almost certainly have to sit and watch it or it’ll be gone when you come back. Nothing worse than harvesting for hours putting your stuff in the forge coming back and it’s all gone.
– Can’t solo play. Not at all. Don’t play this Fortnite if you just want to do your own thing, it’s not going to last very long. I tried a little bit of both, but to be honest I don’t have time to join a Discord and plan for times to go online. I just don’t play games enough for that to work for me. I’d like to log in every fews days and play for a few hours and log back off. You can do this but you are going to miss a lot of the game.
– And that’s because personal bases are IMPOSSIBLE. There is no way as a solo or even two or three player team to maintain a base. I’ve been looking for a game that can handle this properly for years and they all come back to the same issue. You are going to get offline and when you do anyone with a little time and investment can break into your base and take and destroy whatever they want. There doesn’t appear to be any way to prevent this. Defenses are really limited in the early game and they take A LOT of time to craft for little benefit. There are turrets available later on, but after ~24 hours of playing I was only 30% of the way there. But, here’s the problem. You can make good persistent attackable bases. No one has made this work that I’m aware of. Either the attacker or defender has a huge advantage and the devs always pick the attacker, otherwise what’s the point right? If it was easy to proect the stuff in your base no one would attack them. So don’t bother with a base in the early game, there isn’t any point. It’s going to get taken down.

I really, really, really wanted to like this Fortnite game. I played as much as I could in 3 days to see how it would go and well my fears were correct. Player bases aren’t a thing, you will build one and then someone will tear it down. Solo play is ok, but ultimately unrewarding after that initial crafting fun.

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So… Shortly after buying the game on sale, I managed to play it for 26 hours during two days.
That’s what a fantastic game and some spare time will do to you.

I know Fortnite had lots of negative feedback in 2016. People and friends were highly dissapointed, getting promises Epic Games couldn’t keep. So I didn’t buy it back then. I saw some let’s plays and streams from the game at that time, and I felt for the gamers who eagerly bought it only to be met with a simplified, glorified and colorful Elite: Dangerous clone. Only difference being that you can walk out of the ship and run around in first person. Okay so here’s the guide: how to get fortnite on playstation 3

I don’t know if a seemingly honest person like Sean Murray actually lied, or if it was true what he said in 2016, just that, in excitement, he forgot to mention his “lies” was actually future plans for the game. Some say Sony forced Epic Games to publish Fortnite too early, or that Epic Games did it themselves. I don’t know. But Sean’s answers in the “70 Rapid-Fire Questions” video actually holds true for me so far. I’ve only played solo up until now, and I don’t know what the chance is, but another player happened to spawn into the same world I’d been playing on for a good while. On the same spawn point as well, but one spawn point is probably common in every system anyway. Even questions Sean said no to in that video can now be reverted. From video: “Can you terraform a planet?” “Let’s say no.” Well, actually, now you can. Same with character customization, which you will find a contraption for in space stations. It’s not the most extensive customization system, but it’s bizarre, funky and pretty good in my opinion.

When it comes to crafting and recharging different gadgets and life systems, it’s a bit unconventional. Something tells me this game was primarily made for PS4, and it wouldn’t be that convoluted with a controller. With that said, the game works very well on PC otherwise, and you can always remap the key bindings if you’re not happy with the default ones. The layout of the tutorial was a bit confusing at first and the hud was also something to get used to compared to GUI/HUD I’m used to in other games. But I figured it out, no problem.

I’m very happy with the game. I could give it a score, but since the game is as extensive as it is, I don’t think I should before I’m absolutely sure. I don’t know if you’re reading this review because you’re thinking about getting back to the game after refunding it way back when, or if you’re actually new to the game. Let me reassure you that you won’t be dissapointed anymore, unless you figure the game is not your cup of tea. So let me be more spesific:
If you like Elite: Dangerous, Spore, crafting and endless exploration, get it.
Seriously. I absolutely recommend it.

Fortnite Review – Plus Free Skin GUIDE!

Honestly I’m shocked that the recent reviews for this game are “Very Positive” and not “Overwhelmingly Positive.” I think some folks are mad that the update has affected some of their mods. Uh…sorry, I guess? I’m sure things will update over time and you can turn your sword into a lightsaber again. Or get new portraits of every character in an art style you prefer. Whatever it is you’re missing, it’s no real reflection on the game itself.

I’ve never written a review for a game. I’ve also never put this much time into any game in my life, so I guess I feel compelled to say something. Epic did something with this game that not everyone will notice. As a kid, I loved Harvest Moon games. But a couple years ago, I decided to play some of my old favorites to get some of that nostalgia feeling. And boy was I disappointed. Harvest Moon games (even some of the most popular titles) are basically broken. They are slow and strange. Full of great ideas that, all in all, were poorly executed. Epic took a genre (boring farming simulator) and made a masterpiece out of it. He took a type of game that I never thought I would play again in my life and made it exceptional.

This game is truly a labor of love. You can see it in every heart event, every character design, every location on the map, everywhere. I’m no pixel hugger, but this game forces me to look inward, think about my own life, find ways to live better, and to see the hope and joy in the world. So now for the guide? Yes! Here’s how you can your own royale bomber skin on fortnite for free (btw it’s the rarest in the game right now) how to get royale bomber free

And for those of you who care nothing about that, the game plays really well. Sure, there are a few bugs here and there. I’ll never forget how amazed I was when I saw Epic responding to every tweet with every piddly little problem people had with his game. He will do anything to fix any issue you find. So if you have problems, say something. This game has a great deal of polish, and there’s room for a little more, but overall it’s very nicely done. It’s captivating, relaxing, and even challenging (if you’re like me and want to maximize efficiency for every second of every day).

Dragon Ball Legends on iOS and Android Review

Do you love Dragon Ball? Do you love video games? If yes this game is for you. It takes real practice, time, and skill. Extremely quick field transitions and constant action 24/7 with over 100,000 people online at almost all hours. They are always updating, changing, but every DB Legend has the same stats in ever way ragardless of style. The biggest enemy can have an advantage with a bigger hitbox, but thats about it. This game is the best example of what mobile gaming truly is, i have never been so hype playing a game in my life. Its worth the download, and it is a steal when half priced. I am nowhere near even good, and im Platinum.

Honestly, I don’t know what to say. DB Legends is fantastic in everything that it tries to do (except when it doesn’t but well get to that) and its a great game! Nowadays it is more for people who actually want to ‘get gud’ instead of CasUaLS. But still, you can have some fun even if youre not serious about the game. I’ll be doing an edit on this review once I hit 600 hours, but its been great so far. I highly recommend it if you are looking for a skill-based serious game, but I also recommend if you are looking to play some games after a day of hard work or something of the like. Also, the community is not too toxic, and there is a very vibrant and dedicated online community to help them.

The one thing i don’t like is the extra money. There’s no way to get a new guys without spending money for crono crystals (except for events). There’s no way to get a new item without randomness without getting into the rl trading community. You have to buy crystals in order to get a normal, tradeable, decent item. And keys come at pretty decent price, tho. The catch is, you can’t know exactly what you’re getting, luckily I found this youtube video which explains how to get free crono crystals working on both devices…. check it out here: dragon ball legends hack

Should you buy Netflix?

Netflix is taking over the movie industry. With hundreds of thousands of titles to select from, is it worth to buy a subscription? Well, let’s put that to the test!

Going to movie theatre now a days will cost you anywhere between $5-$20 just for 2 hours of entertainment. With Netflix you can watch 730 hours of entertainment for $10! So yes the value for money is definitely there…. But you will also need internet bandwidth to be able to stream all these shows.

Netflix has invested in it’s own production of shows called “Netflix Originals” these shows are actually really good to watch, with a production value!

So we’ve figured out it’s worth the subscription cost, but what if I told you could get it for free? Yes that’s right. After watching this video on youtube I found you could actually watch netflix for free

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Coin Master iOS & Android Review!

After playing for 7 hours, I can, for the record, give an honest opinion about this game.

Long story short: The visuals, animations and music are great; just as a reminder should be.

The game mechanics? Terrible:
-Complete lack of depth perception: The front-to-back camera angle in Coin master is how it was in the original. But it seems that the devs took no care in improving it whatsoever. Jumps are almost impossible to judge given this angle. I have the game maxed out at 1280×1024 on android and STILL cannot judge distances based on shadows, etc.

I think my favourite aspect of Coin Master, is the fact that you can play with your Facebook friends and verse them. I Actually attacked my friend who was ahead of me and then he deleted me on Facebook because of it…. He buys coins from the app store though :/ So I had to find a working coin generator for this game…. and then I stumbled upon this working coin master hack on youtube.

It runs smooth as butter and looks fantastic, pretty much perfectly recapturing the cartoony feel of the original games. New animations have been added on top of improving all of the old ones, and a few sound effects have been changed as well, though whether or not you see that as an improvement will come down to personal preference.

Finally, as mentioned, each of the games have some degree of QoL changes (generally to improving Bonus Stages in some way or another) that makes getting many of the previously ballbusting gems far more reasonable.

So as far as remastering goes they did a 10/10 job, but a remaster is only as good as the games it’s, well, remastering.