Apr 142014
 
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There are many ways to play DotA2. Not all of them are good. Some of them are outright preposterous. My style of play borders on the latter, which should make for some interesting viewing. So, have a look, and decide for yourselves. For this game, I recruited the help of Riki. Now Riki, you have to know, is one of the most annoying heroes to play against. Or with. I had a little practice with bots beforehand, so I wasn’t entirely green when jumping into the game. Will I finally be able to win a round? Have a look!

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Apr 132014
 
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There are many games I suck at. FPS’s, MOBA’s (see: Sucking at DotA2), basically anything that requires skill. Unless it’s racing games. I devour racing games. I used to play them exclusively when I was a kid, with my dad’s steering wheel.  Nowadays, I only have two options to play racing games: keyboard or gamepad. I chose the latter, because playing a racing game with a keyboard is true hell. However, playing a serious simulator like GTR2 is not far off from being hell. Which must make the following video all the more entertaining. The first Race left a sour taste in my mouth, so I tried again – this time on Imola. Want to know if I did any better this time?

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Apr 122014
 
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There are many games I suck at. FPS’s, MOBA’s (see: Sucking at DotA2), basically anything that requires skill. Unless it’s racing games. I devour racing games. I used to play them exclusively when I was a kid, with my dad’s steering wheel.  Nowadays, I only have two options to play racing games: keyboard or gamepad. I chose the latter, because playing a racing game with a keyboard is true hell. However, playing a serious simulator like GTR2 is not far off from being hell. Which must make the following video all the more entertaining.

Apr 122014
 
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You might know Tower Defense games, but do you know this one? You might know Sanctum, which is a tower defense played from the first perspective. This is what in the gaming industry is called a ‘demake’ of said game. It features a top down perspective, with pixel art reminiscing of the monsters and guns from Sanctum. The game is made by the guys from Coffee Stain, which have gained recent fame with the physics sandbox ‘Goat Simulator’. This fun little tower defense game is also very, very cheap. On the moment of writing, it is on sale for only €0.39. That’s the same price as one Nespresso© cup. Enough talk. You want the video. And here it is!

Apr 112014
 
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There are many ways to play DotA2. Not all of them are good. Some of them are outright preposterous. My style of play borders on the latter, which should make for some interesting viewing. So, have a look, and decide for yourselves. I’m playing Sniper for this game, the one hero I tried to play in the first video but couldn’t. I had some constructive criticism which I took to heart for this game, and it worked… kind of. Until my internet connection dropped out and I frantically tried to re-enter the game. But at that time, the tide had already turned. Curious about how I tried to fight back? Here’s the full video.

Apr 102014
 
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Reus is a game. An indiegame to be precise. It is made by Abbey Games, a small Dutch developer based out of Delft. Delft is practically in my backyard, within cycling distance. This might have made me a bit biased towards the game, but I think it deserves greater exposure. While my youtube video might not be exactly what causes a greater exposure, it sure is a start. Reus is a god-game of some sort, combined with a lot of elements that make it stand out from the standard. It’s been out for just over half a year now, and sadly, any hype it had has quietly died down. You can buy Reus here, for a measly €9,99. Support your local game developers! Getting curious? Check out the video.

Apr 092014
 
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There are many ways to play DotA2. Not all of them are good. Some of them are outright preposterous. My style of play borders on the latter, which should make for some interesting viewing. So, have a look, and decide for yourselves. This time, I’m ‘forced’ to play Disruptor, a hero I hadn’t played for a while. Things seem to be going great, until the game actually starts. Curious? Watch the video below.
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