Donut County is an odd game. It is the story of a racooon and his donut shop. And when some orders a donut from his shop they get, well a literal hole. You control this hole.
The hole starts rather small, and as you small small objects like rocks or small lizards the hole gets bigger. As it gets bigger you can swallow up bigger objects and eventually buildings.
There is actually a story about how Racoon just wants to score points to get a quadcoptet and how there is a king racoon that wants there to be more garbage and such, as always I won’t spoil it.
The game controls well and while it isn’t at all hard it is entertaining. And for you trophy hunters you can get a platinum in about 3 hours. The game is also pretty cheap so I see no reason why you shouldn’t give it a go. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.
One of the best things about The Witcher III was CD Projekt Red’s dedication to its side quest. They dedicated time and resources to make your time with the game seem even more meaningful. Good news, Samurai! They’re doing the same with Cyberpunk 2077 and taking it even further. In an interview with OnMSFT, CD…
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DragonBall FighterZ is the DBZ fighting game people wanted for years and never truly got. This beautiful 2D fighter quickly became loved by people that grew tired of Marvel vs Capcom or simply love fighting games and wanted something new to sink their teeth into. The graphics are beautiful and the sounds are outstanding. The character selection starting out was nice and has been expanded nicely since launch.
There is also no shortage of things to do in the game itself with online and offline fighting modes, things to collect and even modes to simply watch. There is not a lot to say here, if you are a DBZ fan or a fan of fighting games, it is worth picking up. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.
For the United States, there may not be a bigger sporting event than the Super Bowl. This year saw the Kansas City Chiefs vs the San Fransico 49ers. Yes, I also realize the picture is of Shakira and J-Lo. They performed the halftime show and I figured why not toss them in. They did a great show plus they are pretty hot. (Yes I know I shouldn’t say that but I will)
The game itself was pretty great and went back and forth a few times. The 4th quarter tho was all Kansas City making a huge comeback and winning 31-20.
The game wasn’t without controversy tho and it really never is honestly. There were some bad/ blow calls in the game, but that’s in all sporting events but none of them seemed so atrocious that they should be seen as game-altering or suspicious, at least to me. I had no dog in this fight so to speak tho and just wanted an exciting game which is exactly what I got. S best wishes, and may the gaming gods bring you glory.
Dragon Ball Z Kakarot is another DBZ game once again tells the story from when Raditz shows up until the end of the Buu Saga. Despite the name of the game, you will also spend most of the game NOT controlling Kakarot. When you do control him tho you will pretty much feel like a god much of the time which is nice.
The graphics are undeniably amazing and the sound is exactly what you would want. Most importantly from this RPG (and yes it is an RPG) is you will get to explore the world of DBZ. Fly around and check things out, visit towns hunt animals, go fishing explore to your heart is content. Maybe kick around some robots or Saiba men.
You can learn new moves or power them up with experience, or by training in special areas tho some moves are locked behind certain criteria. For example, don’t expect to go Super Saiyan before Goku would in the show or to defeat Raditz with a Spirit Bomb.
Another nice touch is when you eat you are given a permanent stat boost. This is why eating is important, along with that is a temporary boost that can make quite a bit of difference. I don’t want to talk about much besides the basics because there is a lot to do and I don’t want to spoil it. To me, this was the best DBZ game ever made tho I wouldn’t argue with those that prefer Fighter Z, which coincidently is tomorrow’s review. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.
So as much as I have played Statdew Valley I never really experienced the multiplayer aspect until recently. Me and my daughter played most of the weekend. I have mixed feelings about it but they are mostly positive.
Playing with a friend does split much of the work and makes gather resources, mining and farming much easier.
It does sadly make buying anything 2-4 times more expensive depending on who you are playing with because all tools and storage backpacks need to be bought for everyone. That is really my only complaint but I understand why it is that way, because it needs to be.
The quality of life improvments that came along with it were fantastic tho. The ability to see what belongs in a community bundle from your inventory and stacking things like chest or crab pots in your inventory is a godsend. This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to improvements made, but admittedly they are mostly fantastic.
My only othet complaint is even with a wired connection we would occasionally drop our connection. Probably once an hour or so on a bad day and not at all on others. Despite those minor complaints as much as I love Stardew Valley alone, with a friend is my favorite way to play. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.