This week: games that were cheap but ended up being great!
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Monday, October 27, 2014
Tiger Claw Radio #134 - Bite Sized
Eingestellt von Critical Failure um 2:02 PM
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Dragonsphere is on Steam and it isn't free? That my friend is the BIGGEST BULLSHIT OF THE HISTORY OF THE BULLSHIT MULTIVERSE!!! Seriously, Dragonsphere has been legally freeware for years, even before GOG. If Steam pulls this shit and Dragonsphere gets removed from GOG, Steam might just loose more customers to GOG. I played through Dragonsphere and it is an awesome Fantasy themed point and click Adventure game. They shouldnt have the right to make a Freeware game a paygame again. Id be fine if its like a remake of the game, with better graphics, sound and stuff (Achievments, tradingcards, and maybe longer gameplay), I could understand it, but it is the same game. Steam needs to make it free, or remove it from their library. Sadly I dont see either happening, but who knows. Shadow Warrior became free. I really hope the GOG version doesn't get removed, and that it stays free. Anyway rant over moving on... ;)ReplyDelete
The dev of Paranautical Activity was a mayor idiot. He basicly bit the hand who feeds him. He deserves his game being banned for ever by Gaben. Its going to be a collectors item now. Sweet Heidecker and Wood! Great Job! Btw Rob Patylo is Robby Roadsteamer again and is reforming the Sweatpants boners again! Heart of a Rhino! By the way the failbag audio is missing. EYE is a game I need to check out since I did got it myself a while back. Nimblequest looks like fun. The idea of having Snake with Fantasy heroes sounds cool. Dungeons of Dreadmore is really cool, espescially the character creation and the humor of it. Its one of my favorite true Rougelikes out there. The books in the Elder Scrolls are fun and add alot of flavor to the game. They had that feature since the first game, and some other RPG games have it too. I remember reading books in the middle of a spooky Dungeon. The idea alone was fun to think about.
Here is question of the week: What video-game or video game series would make a good pen and paper roleplaying game?
PS: Great epsiode as usual, and get well soon man! Thanks for making this great show all these years!