In this video you will learn the following *ahem* survival tips:
Kill anything that moves
Don’t run under your own falling tree
Don’t panic and run into burning camp fires
Don’t leave your character out in the open while taking a leak
Most importantly don’t fall a tree in the direction of your safe house!
There are two big games being released in the theme park management simulation genre this year, RollerCoaster Tycoon World which is out now in early access (and has received mixed opinions at best, but it’s getting there) and Planet Coaster, designed by the guys who made RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 but without the influence of Atari this time around.
Planet Coaster is currently in its open alpha phase for those who have purchased the ‘early bird’ (and expensive) version of the game and while reports of limited design capabilities are hampering the experience for testers certain players have found ways to bypass these limitations. The following video is what they’ve achieved so far, and I can only imagine how good some of the theme parks in the game will look once these talented people have access to increased capabilities as development progresses.
Planet Coaster is available now in its alpha state for £50/$70 from the Frontier Store and has an expected release date of Q4 2016.
While playing Grand Theft Auto 5 we got deeply involved in a discussion about the big 3 Virtual reality headsets that are available, and go through the pros and cons of each one including price, specs, ease of use and compatible games. Please excuse the occasional gunfight distractions.
We enter hell as part of Doom’s fast and furious multiplayer beta weekend, starting off with the Team Deathmatch mode. We take on enemies on both available maps and while the game needs improving before its release on May 13th it’s a solid experience with a ton of potential.