The noise of flies fills your ears as you step down from the highway in search of shade. The body of a great white bull lies sprawled in the dirt among bits of rope and broken board, his hide blazing in the sunlight. You approach, covering your mouth, and recoil. The bull's chest - it's not maggoty flesh but beaten metal, held together by rivets the width of your thumb. Through tears in the beast's flank you see swarms of tiny brass pistons, shooting back and forth in a blur. The bull raises his head abruptly to regard you. Then he clambers to his feet, creaking like a furnace, and ambles back onto the road. The buzzing rises to a peak. When the air clears, the animal is gone. That isn't quite my story, but nor is it entirely a story from this game. It's an embellishing of something I witnessed while trudging around Dim Bulb's haunted, patchwork vision of the United States during the Great Depression, a tribute to a game made up of stories that are always changing, picking up material … [Read more...] about Where The Water Tastes Like Wine review
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It features racing, a lot of racing and unique cooperative missions that you can complete with a friend. There are two modes in Rage Multiplayer – Combat Rally and Legends of the Wasteland.For more help on Rage, read our Collector Cards, Schematics/Recipes, Weapons, Tweak guide, and crashes troubleshooting guide. Get in your vehicle and battle it out with six opponents in an area. Your goal is to get rally points that show up around the area. You can either collect these rally points or kill your opponents to steal their rally points.The vehicles you drive are equipped with weapons, hand brake, and boost to go past your opponents fast. You can also use air control to control your landings and jumps.There are five different modes in Combat Rally, Road Rage, Triad Rally, Chain Rally, Meteor Rally and Carnage. The points you earn during these events can be used to upgrade your vehicles with better weapons and items.You will get access to mines, chain gun, homing missile, and a pulse … [Read more...] about Rage Multiplayer Guide – Combat Rally and Legends of the Wasteland
Update 3: One of the reviewers, Terrance, spoke with us some about his experiences. You can read what he had to say here.Update 2: Since last night, Fiverr has removed three of the gigs that allowed for Steam reviews to be purchased on their website. It should be noted, however, that the removed gigs were only the examples sent to Fiverr by TechRaptor. Currently, there are still eight other sellers on Fiverr offering Steam reviews, although it is possible Fiverr is investigating their pages further. Update: Fiverr has responded to us with the following statement: “We take this issue very seriously. As with every marketplace built on content created by users, we rely on our community to help us identify inappropriate Gigs. The Gigs you referenced are a clear violation of our terms of service and not in the spirit of our marketplace. We are reviewing the flagged Gigs and taking the appropriate action.”Website PcgamesN has reported a sad truth, … [Read more...] about [Updated] Report: Developers Buying Positive Steam Reviews
For the last couple of weeks the Flare Path Reading Room has sounded more like a shipyard than a library. The ‘KEEP MUM’ and ‘SHUT YOUR CAKEHOLE’ signs have had no effect whatsoever on the hammer swingers and drill wielders next-door. This morning, thank goodness, silence returned. The adjoining and fully soundproofed Flare Path Screening Room is complete!Well, I say ‘complete’.One of the splendid things about being a simmer and a wargamer is the independence. As a breed, we don’t need to rely on devs and modders to enrich our entertainments. We can do our own embellishing via books (see the aforementioned Reading Room) museums (stay tuned for The Flare Path Museum Gazetteer) and the moving images known to members of my generation as ‘flicks’ or ‘talkies’.Our digital diversions are generally better at modelling machines than men. They seldom show much interest in exposition or any flair for tuition. Pair the … [Read more...] about The Flare Path Screening Room
Final Fantasy 15 was formally unveiled in 2013 — but players have been crossing fingers for its release since May 2006, when Square Enix revealed it under the name Final Fantasy Versus 13. Between then and now, the week of the game’s launch, the world has changed in some pretty dramatic ways. To really hammer in just how long we’ve waited for the fifteenth Final Fantasy — and how much can happen in 10 years — follow along for some of the highlights of the past decade. Square Enix released 45 new Final Fantasy games and apps between May 2006 and November 2016. That includes several mobile games, as well as several titles on retired systems like the PlayStation 2 and PlayStation Portable. That time frame even encompasses the Western launch of Final Fantasy 12, which really feels like forever ago.Fans are finally getting a Final Fantasy 7 remake. When Final Fantasy Versus 13 entered development, the classic PlayStation game was just under 10 years old; now, … [Read more...] about Final Fantasy 15 was announced 10 years ago. Here’s how the world’s changed since.