Today’s episode involves being knee deep in sewage (again), deadly spinning waterwheels, oil (finally!) and yet another set of mysterious levers..
Greetings Internet! The factory is almost complete, and some major renovations take place. Our lovely little corner of the world is looking better than ever with functioning pipelines, operational machine walls and, of course, a pack of snarling wolves. Watch on, in Part 40!
This is probably the last time I’ll post on this topic for a while, because I’m getting a liiiiittle sick of the topic, but I figured I should update you guys on my thoughts on Microsoft’s shock reversal of their used games and DRM policies I was discussing last time. I’m still neither a Sony or Microsoft fangirl, although I have pretty much always been more of an Xbox fan this generation. I’m choosing my console solely on what I want out of it and I don’t think there are really any right or wrong answers here. These are just my personal views on that matter, you may totally disagree with me and that’s cool too!
Today’s episode: Advanced piping, hardcore rubber trees and some nice neatening of our chaotic mess!
WARNING: NOT SAFE FOR WORK!
Why? Well, because there’s tons of dead people, some full on nudity and brain surgery. Oh and sewer mushrooms. Yum.
The second part in our very-very-very-beginners guide to DOTA2 – Ever wanted to triplicate yourself? Or turn invisible? Or be a mythical ‘Heavy Carry’? These secrets and more in today’s video!
Beautiful sunsets in Minecraft: pixelated perfection.
Our view is unobstructed since everything seems to be getting built out of glass, but we’ll regret it if things start exploding!
In this generation of consoles, I’ve always been a bit more of an Xbox fan, but I have to say, my heart is pretty much set on the PS4 this time around. I don’t think I feel as strongly about this issue as a lot of people (I really wouldn’t consider myself a fangirl of either company really) and I have nothing against Microsoft at all, but it’s their policies that really got to me in the end. I think a lot of Xbox One’s unpopularity at the moment comes down to a failure of strategy/marketing their product and of Sony really stepping up the game and really listening to what their fans want. I accept that at least a large part of Sony’s success at E3 and in the console war so far is that they’re much better at PR. There’s no denying now that they know how to throw a kick ass conference that’s full of noise and colour and pretty images. If that were all it came down to, I probably would have picked the Xbox One, however that’s not the case. There’s nothing inherently wrong with the Xbox One as a gaming console. In fact, in terms of hardware, it’s pretty similar to the PS4 and when I first learned what the Xbox One’s capabilities were I was somewhat intrigued, even if I didn’t really care all the much about the social functions (I’m not a particularly social gamer) or about their focus on entertainment. I thought those were still interesting features and would be nice additions to a gaming console. Watching the conference, although I did cringe at how oblivious the people at Microsoft were at how they were coming across, there were quite a few exclusives that I really wanted to check out.
Today’s episode sees some major progress made on the factory. Aside from some missing macerators, the only thing getting in our way is the innate inability to cooperate (but pipes have to be laid somewhere, right?).
Welcome to my 100th post! YAYYYYYY! WOOT!
This episode, the creepiness returns with a vengeance. Whether it’s the game or me that creeps you out more, I’ll let you judge for yourself.
Also, just to let you guys know, now that I’m back home my Amnesia series will continue as normal.