For the people who don’t already know me, I’m Squeaks! This is going to be an introduction to myself so that all of you can jump on the bandwagon of my gaming life! Yes, I’m a girl gamer much to the surprise of many people around me and I’m proud of it. In my daily life away from my computer, I often chat about the new up-coming games amongst other things regarding the tech industry. I find my interests in game genres to be very large so I’m able to jump into a lot of current debates on games and video game news. My little hobby, I like to call it, has caused me to spend many hours of my day browsing Youtube for Let’s Plays and clicking away on my mouse and WASD keys. It all boils down to one fact: gaming is a huge part of my life. So let’s begin with what I did over the weekend. Talking about myself is great and all but a huge paragraph about my life story would definitely bore you guys. I’d rather get on to some of the more fun aspects of my recent events. This past Friday night, I ended up playing a few hours of Life is Feudal: Your Own. It’s a medieval sandbox game with loads of potential and it’s tons of fun. I’ve spent a lot of my time wandering the world and staring in awe at the animals. There’s also a combat aspect that I delved into recently to kill some goats and cows. It’s a bit complicated at first but once you get into the game, it’s wonderful; however, I would definitely recommend to gather some friends or play on an active server. It makes things easier when you have many players to spread the workload. This becomes especially important when you want to create a village. Saturday, I spent my entirety playing this new game that I recently downloaded. It goes by the name Robocraft, and although it’s simplistic in art, it makes up for the intense battle rounds. In the game, you make little vehicles and hovercrafts to duke it out in arenas against others. The goal of the new battle mode is to blow up the other team’s Protonium Crystal, a huge cylinder made up of individual crystals. I’ve spent the majority of my time yesterday messing with my starter vehicle to make it a beast. It’s got 10 SMG’s built in and an intense number of wheels. I ended the day with some Life is Feudal: Your Own in which I made some new animal traps for my animal coops! Huh? Today I didn’t end up playing any games but I did hop on to YouTube to watch one of my favorite YouTube personalities, Jesse Cox, play Broken Age: Act 2. It’s a beautiful game with a very unique art style and story. Whoever reads this should check it out and pick it up! I can guarantee you’ll have a fantastic time playing it if you have interests in a point-and-click adventure game. To give a brief summary to win your hearts, the game includes two characters: a young boy named Shay, and a young girl named Vella. Both their stories seem very far apart but they will be somehow connected. Vella lives in a village that’s threatened every 14 years by a giant monster and Shay resides in a spaceship that he can’t control. It’s a very interesting game and I love it! So, I would like to give a round of applause to anyone who just read my entire blog. It must have been tiring. Hopefully, I’ll be blogging some more stuff later on that will pique your interests and tickle your gaming fancies. Ciao! 7 Responses FiLTHY ESKiMO 11th May 2015 You can never invest enough time into your passions, Squeaks! Also, I am a huge fan of DoubleFine, so I am definitely going to check that game out! Squeaks Unicornia 11th May 2015 That is very true! Gaming is such a big part of my life that being apart from it hurts. </3 Broken Age is an amazing game with a wacky plot. You won't be dissapointed! SpAzArDoUs 11th May 2015 A round of applause to you as well. <3 dethhead 11th May 2015 Is life is feudal worth $40. I think that is pricey for an indie early access game. Squeaks Unicornia 11th May 2015 It definitely is on the pricier side but it includes the game and it’s future updates as well as a spot on Life is Feudal: Massive! I think that the price vs. game content will even out as the game continues to develop! Hands Solo 11th May 2015 Honestly I am so sick of all this eposidic bullshit. Why cant game makers release a full game instead of milking people for money and releasing their game in small pieces?! Squeaks Unicornia 11th May 2015 I feel the same way. I would love if developers would release their entire game at once, even if it’s episodic. There wouldn’t be any wait time and gamers would be guaranteed a full game. The good thing, however, is that Broken Age only requires a one time payment for the current two acts and the third one in the future!