So, we’ve met with Rais, run some errands, and retrieved pitiful amounts of Antizin for the people back at The Tower. All we have to do is get back there – how hard can that be?
We’ve done our first Ark: Survival Evolved video, detailing our base camp and differing opinions on the fun factor. Alan has put nearly 200 hours into the game and loves every second of it, whereas Pete has done just over 30 hours and has accomplished little more than building a small hut and spending the other 98% of the time foraging for supplies.
What do you think? Is Ark a fun game?
Following on from my review of Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of The Duelist, here’s a short gameplay video showcasing one of the battles in the campaign mode.
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In part 4 of our Dying Light Playthrough we travel across the treacherous city to meet with primary antagonist Rais, and find ourselves running errands for him in an attempt to not only find out where he keeps an important document he stole, but also to earn valuable Antizin for the people back at The Tower.
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We love pirate themed games. I’ve put a lot of time into Sid Meier’s Pirates, and Alan and I between us have put nearly 100 hours into Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag. Hell, I shamefully played Puzzle Pirates for more hours than I’d ever admit. Blackwake is a new multiplayer FPS game based around controlling every aspect of a pirate ship from captain to gunners, so teamwork is essential. It’s currently on Kickstarter where it has comfortably made its target total for a release on PC and Mac, so hopefully the fact that there’s a lot of interest in this game will mean it sails through the Kickstarter phase along its way to a full release. Get it? Sails? I’m wasted here.
What makes this game appealing to me is how hilarious it looks. If you’ve ever seen an Alan & Pete Play video you’ll know we like to laugh a lot, and this game looks like it’ll make us do exactly that. Take a look at the following trailer:
This is exactly the sort of game we thrive on playing, hence why most of our videos consist mainly of chaos, no idea what we’re doing and generally getting everything wrong – exactly what this game promotes itself as. Here are some of the features you can expect when the game is out of pre-alpha, according to Kotaku:
Sometimes at the end of a serious mission or heist we like to cock about for a while, so here’s a video of us doing exactly that.