Date: May 18, 2020
“So today’s video is on the wonderful Daggerfall Unity project! What is Daggerfall Unity? well watch the video because I’m way to tired to type it all out…”
You can get the fully patched version of the game here:
Daggerfall Unity 0.10.23
I’m not entirely sure about the need for DOSBox…I mean, the version I am playing came with The Elder Scrolls Anthology…which, I believe, automatically installs with DOSBox…So, I don’t likely need to download it, myself…
I started a new game a while back, coming to the sour discovery that Bethesda released a version of Daggerfall with the Anthology, that is not even including the final patch…So, I found myself getting stuck spontaneously to the walls/ceiling [a very old, infamous bug]…
…I remember this problem from the first time I played the game, back in the early 2000’s…
I was only on a search for the final game patch…when I stumbled upon all these new developments, and a Daggerfall MOD community.
Not sure how I feel about being allowed to automatically quick travel to any destination, if that is in fact the case…
…Forcing you to “discover” every destination, by making you strike off into the dangerous wilderness with a cumpas, was an integral part of the game…It made you really have to build yourself up, before venturing off into the unknown…and some of these trips from one place to another, can literally last 15…20 minutes…a half hour…or longer…In real time…You don’t know what you are going to encounter out there, all alone.
When they tell you the game world is massive…it really is.
Date: February 19, 2020
“Buckle up everyone! It’s time to have TOO much fun managing a zoo.
I Built an Unethical Zoo Where Nobody Is Safe – Planet Zoo – Let’s Game It Out
ABOUT THIS GAME
Build a world for wildlife in Planet Zoo. From the developers of Planet Coaster and Zoo Tycoon comes the ultimate zoo sim, featuring authentic living animals who think, feel and explore the world you create around them. Experience a globe-trotting campaign or let your imagination run wild in the freedom of Sandbox mode. Create unique habitats and vast landscapes, make big decisions and meaningful choices, and nurture your animals as you construct and manage the world’s wildest zoos.
Meet a world of incredible animals. From playful lion cubs to mighty elephants, every animal in Planet Zoo is a thinking, feeling individual with a distinctive look and personality of their own. Craft detailed habitats to bring your animals’ natural environments home, research and manage each species to allow them to thrive, and help your animals raise families to pass their genes onto future generations.
Manage an amazing living world that responds to every decision you make. Focus on the big picture or go hands-on and control the smallest details. Thrill visitors with iconic exhibits, develop your zoo with new research, and release new generations of your animals back into the wild. Your choices come alive in a world where animal welfare and conservation comes first.
Planet Zoo’s powerful piece-by-piece construction tools let you effortlessly make your zoo unique. Every creative decision you make impacts the lives of your animals and the experience of your visitors. Let your imagination run wild as you dig lakes and rivers, raise hills and mountains, carve paths and caves, and build stunning zoos with a choice of unique themes and hundreds of building components.
Join a connected community and share the world’s most creative habitats, scenery and even whole zoos on the Steam Workshop. See your own designs appear in zoos around the world, or discover fresh new content from the Planet Zoo community every day.”
I haven’t laughed this hard watching a YouTube video in a long time.
This doesn’t technically qualify as a game review…I think.
I’ve been eyeballing this game for a while, as I have a bit of a history with the Zoo Tycoon series…I have the complete original [which wont play on a modern system]…and about a year ago, I purchased the most recent installment of the Zoo Tycoon series.
To be honest, it feels way too structured…in that kind of “we sold out to the casual gamer trend” way…I’m glad I only spent $20 on it.
I still need to spend some quality time with it, but I don’t know if I’m ever really going to be able to get into it deep…It just feels so different from where the series began…and not necessarily in ways that I like.
Planet Zoo, on the other hand…this looks like it’s really open to your whims.
I’ll pick this up when it goes on sale…on Steam, likely.
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Date: October 12, 2019
“Video essay that uses frame analysis to examine the player’s relation to Minecraft’s virtual environment, and to explore how the game design would be different if that relation were changed.”
Date: September 16, 2019
This has got to be one of the single most peculiar things I have ever found on Steam [https://store.steampowered.com/].
Strictly speaking, it’s not really a game. From what I’ve gathered, this is a short, silly program that serves as a catalyst for discussion about sex, for parents who have young/small children.
…A conversations starter, of sorts.
I played through it three times, hoping to get the ending where you get caught by the mother [she has a facial expression for it], but that never occurred…and this isn’t interesting enough to do a fourth time.
I’m sharing this because of it’s crazy novelty.