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You play as a female character trapped in an asylum for the criminally insane. Sometimes levels are played in her imagination, sometimes not. As the story progresses the player finds out what happened to this main character and how she ended up there. Now it’s time to escape the asylum and the voices in her head!
- 7 levels
- 6 in-game short movies (some of which have interaction)
- 8 original songs produced specifically for the game
- Voice actress for the main character who did an awesome job
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Mindfog.com has come out with a new gaming diary/blog chronicling the journey of a Fallout 4 player character named Samuel J. Tannin. For those of you that may not be aware, a gaming journal/diary is a blog that follows a player in a game, often including roleplaying elements. Samuel’s adventure is rather interesting starting off at a climatic start, and if you are familiar with any of the Fallout games you know that every player’s experience is different.
Readers of the gaming diary can comment on each of Samuel’s entries, possibly even affecting actions he takes as he journeys through the wasteland. Mindfog has uploaded several audio and video entries as part of his diary entires. Not only is this an extremely creative way to tell a story, it is an excellent way for players to see Fallout 4 for what it is. You shape your own story and make your own character, just like Samuel. Every decision and action you make has consequences. We can only hope Samuel makes it through this adventure alive.
Follow Samuel on his journey by visiting reading the Fallout 4 Diary website or by viewing his youtube channel. Samuel plans to post an update on his journey every week and you can listen to his podcast on iTunes. You can also support Samuel and help him reunite with his long lost son by visiting his patreon page.
Here is an excerpt from Samuel’s diary on mindfog.com for your enjoyment:
Diary Entry #1 : October 23, 2287
I’m going to try to remember everything exactly as it happened. I know my mind plays tricks on me sometimes, and it can’t always be trusted. I’m feeling hopeless, thinking I will never be able to find my son in this destroyed world. I saw him get taken away, but I was locked in some cryogenic chamber when it happened and couldn’t get out. They killed my wife. Saw that happen too. Two of them. A man and a woman. When I was finally released, only through the fault of some technical malfunction from what I could tell, everyone else in Vault 111 was dead as well. I took what I could find, which included a pistol, some ammo, and I gathered whatever intel I could from the local terminals. It wasn’t much. Turns out my family was part of some kind of hideous experiment. All of us were. “Long term effects of suspended animation on unaware, human subjects.” Human subjects. That’s all we were to them…
There is a free to play survival game making major waves on the steam community at the moment. It is currently ranked 9/10 on steam, which is impressive given that the game is still in alpha. The game is 100% free and the best way we can describe it is that it is a mix of DayZ with Minecraft with more emphasis on sandbox base building, and combat against zombies. Let is start of by saying that the base building in this game is great, anyone who has played Minecraft will notice similarities right away. Also there are vehicles and plenty of weapons to choose from. Unlike DayZ, the main focus is on defending your base from zombie hordes that tend to attack at night. The game encourages you to find other survivors and defend your home. In this game Zombies are the main threat, though players can still take you out if your not careful. The gameplay is quite impressive especially for a game that is completely free. It’s base building mechanics are actually better than “DayZ” at least at the current moment and it has it’s own crafting system just like minecraft. In this a sandbox survival game you have will have nearly endless opportunities to improve your base, explore, survive, and level up your character.
We highly recommend you try it out. It is a fun game you can play with your friends, or even play solo if you think your up to it. For a free to play game it has impressive graphics and gameplay features. As with Minecraft and other survival games, the best way to enjoy a game like this is to have your own server, so you can change settings depending on your preferences and ensure that you play with your friends. Check out how below on the details in getting an Unturned server.
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Probably one of the best things about this game is that the game is persistent and runs on your own server. (You don’t have to worry as much about servers shutting down or resetting your character like they do in DayZ)
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Right now we see servers ranging from 8 – 20 players; prices are from $7.95 to $15.00 respectfully. We highly recommend you check out compare game hosting where you can see all the options available for hosting your own server and compare them with others.
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Unturned Video Review
Visualnoveler is a web app that is currently in pre-alpha which is designed for fans of visual novels to track, rate, and discover visual novels. It is a platform that lets people manage their own list of libraries containing visual novels and also to introduce visual novels to newcomers through bite-sized information.
You’ll also be able to get a glimpse of reviews of visual novels and view pages directly from the visual novel to decide whether or not the visual novel game is for you. It even includes information and translations of visual novels as well. It is a must check out for visual novel gaming fans.
On visualnoveler.com it lists a synopsis and other information important to each game such as its major characters, genre, reviews, and screenshots.
The website allows you to discover visual novels through a variety of ways, whether that be through listing novel rankings though user ratings or searching for specific genres of visual novels. The website is really easy to use and is a great way to discover your next favorite visual novel. We highly recommend you check it out, and register for a free account to receive updates on your favorite genres and books.
Hurtworld is a new hardcore multiplayer survival FPS that has received extremely positive reviews from the steam community. It is currently rated 9/10 on Steam, and from the footage we saw, it looks amazing. You can build, fight, and work together online with thousands of other players all trying to survive in a dangerous generated world. It has a very active development community that is constantly updating the game adn responding to player requests. it also appears to have more features than the standard survival games we have mentioned in the past such as DayZ or H1Z1. Overall, Hurtworld combines both base building and FPS elements into one great game.
From the developer’s website:
“Hurtworld is a hardcore multiplayer survival FPS with a focus on deep survival progression that doesn’t become trivial once you establish some basic needs. Built for hardcore gamers, Hurtworld aims to punish.”
Steam is currently having a 20% off sale for this game lasting until December 22, 2015. As with most survival MMO games, if you plan on purchasing your own server, we recommend that you use comparehosting.com to find the best deal for Hurtworld.
Currently, you can get a 10 to 60 player server from $15 to $27 respectfully.
We recommend the 60 player server as it seems to be the best value:
The Video Game Adventurist is a new gaming blog and YouTube channel that posts gaming news vlogs, Let’s Play videos, arcade game videos, and other fun stuff. It’s only been around for a couple weeks, so now is a great time to check it out! They even do let’s play of retro games including one of our personal favorites, Ninja Turtles Arcade.
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