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  1. Now that we know the Illuminati is involved, I'm sure #DeusExHumanRevolution is going to get a lot more tinfoil hat crazy. Come swing by the #Twitch stream and bring your crazy and hype! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  2. Now that we know the Illuminati is involved, I'm sure #DeusExHumanRevolution is going to get a lot more tinfoil hat crazy. Come swing by the #Twitch stream and bring your crazy and hype! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  3. More Sci-Fi and Aug action tonight on #Twitch! Come swing by the stream and watch more of my first playthrough of #DeusExHumanRevolution! Be sure to spam some of your favorite emotes and make jokes about not asking for this. https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  4. Continuing on with the first playthrough of #DeusExHumanRevolution tonight on #Twitch! Come swing by and check out the new streaming layout. I think it turned out amazingly, so much more neat and clean looking!
  5. Tonight I'm starting my new game! Come join the #Twitch stream to see some of my first time playing #DeusExHumanRevolution! Be sure to spam some of that #GreenRanger hype, and bring those night time sunglasses!
  6. The #SystemShock2 playthrough on #Twitch continues! Come check out the awesome, Sci-Fi, horror classic and spam that #GreenRanger hype! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  7. Continuing with the horror / Sci-Fi classic, #SystemShock2 tonight on #Twitch! Be sure to stop by and enjoy some awesomely fun times and maybe spam some #GreenRanger hype! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  8. Time for the Sci-Fi classic, #SystemShock2 on #Twitch! Come hang out and experience the masterpiece from the view of a first timer! Also, spam that #GreenRanger hype! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  9. Time to put an end to the cyberpunk wonder that is #DeusEX Come see the finale on my #Twitch stream https://www.twitch.tv/streams/26348404960/channel/70899168
  10. I wear my sunglasses at night! Or at least JC Denton does, but you can watch him do that on #Twitch #DeusEx https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  11. We blew up a boat! Where will we wind up next?! Tune in for more #DeusEx nonsense on my #Twitch stream to find out! https://www.twitch.tv/streams/26318014432/channel/70899168
  12. I didn't ask to go back to New York! I was hoping to play longer in Hong Kong in #DeusEx for that #Twitch stream! https://www.twitch.tv/streams/26310583344/channel/70899168
  13. Cruisin' Down Wan Chai in #DeusEx Come hang out and enjoy the Sci-Fi classic right here on my #Twitch stream! https://www.twitch.tv/streams/26296801440/channel/70899168
  14. Be like Arnold. Or in this case I'm just gonna play some more #DeusEx So come check out the #Twitch stream! https://www.twitch.tv/streams/26289939648/channel/70899168
  15. How many more times will we die to helicopter blades? Be sure to tune in to the #DeusEx #Twitch stream to find out! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  16. Time for Black Trench Coat Simulator 2000! Or #DeusEx I guess makes more sense. Come check it out on #Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  17. When do I not ask for this? Oh right, this is still just the first #DeusEx Well still, tune in on #Twitch for fun! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  18. I hope I'll be able to see with my sunglasses on at night. Come check out #DeusEx on my #Twitch stream for some fun! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  19. I literally didn't know about this movie until this trailer came out but it looks pretty interesting. Aside from the actual story resembling Interstellar's plot in part, is it just me or is it strange that two of the actors in Interstellar are also in this (Damon and Chastain)? In any case, I'll probably watch it when it comes out; looks like it'll be pretty good. What do you guys think?
  20. Marcus Estrada

    Review: Sword of the Stars: The Pit

    Developer: Kerberos Productions Publisher: Kerberos Productions Platform: PC (GamersGate, Steam) Release Date: February 22, 2013 ESRB: N/A (E10+ suggested) A download code was supplied by the publisher for this review Sword of the Stars is an interesting series that has remained out of the mainstream since its inception in 2006. Since then, Kerberos Productions have catered to niche 4X players nicely with a handful of games, although not all were received highly. Sword of the Stars: The Pit is their latest effort to addict gamers but isn“t a space 4X game like the rest. Instead, it“s a spin off into the world of sci-fi roguelikes. Interestingly, The Pit is an example of what can come from games that do not get successfully crowdfunded. The developer initially placed the project on IndieGoGo where it failed to reach its goal. Fans were not ready to see it lost though and neither were the creators. As such, the game has continued to see work until it finally released this February. With all that said, the game is still not perfect, but it manages to be a great experience all the same. The Pit slips you into the armored shoes of one of three playable characters attempting to descend to the very bottom of an alien-filled facility. Through one of three character classes, you venture past increasingly difficult enemies and search for the way down to the next level. There are thirty at all, at which point you are to find the so called “Pit” for which the game is named. What“s there? You“re going to have to spend a fair bit of time to find out. The gameplay is roguelike to its core. Players much pay attention to their health bar as well as hunger bar at all times. For if you die, either due to aliens, poison, or starvation, the game will end. From there, all one can do is simply start over again from square one. Nothing is carried over between plays aside from a scoreboard which keeps track of how well you did in previous games. There“s only one way to win and that“s through careful planning and understanding game mechanics. Players simply won“t survive if they don“t have a plan of action. Everything in the world is aided or hindered by how characters are leveled up. There are the obvious ways to level, such as increasing strength or intelligence, but there are many facets of intelligence to choose from. For example, you may spend points to be knowledgeable about computers, electronics, lockpicks, or many more. Each of these has its specific use as you find locked crates and doors in the environment. For example, with the right skillset you can gain use of medical bays, labs, or simply unlock doors. Without special interest paid to the various stats you“re going to be feeding yourself a highly difficult game. Although it is possible to craft things like lockpicks, there are still many environmental objects that require a certain amount of skill. At the very least the game puts a statistical value on how likely you are to open something versus breaking it. Again, none of a character“s level progress will be brought over to a new game. Keeping track of what needs leveling is really the least of your worries. More important is the enemies to be faced who lurk in hallways and rooms throughout. At least battles in The Pit aren“t hard to understand. There are a variety of melee weapons and guns to use, many of which are discovered later. When an enemy is in range for a particular weapon you simply need to fire. Both auto and manual aiming are accommodated, although some items see better use with one or the other. The entire game is turn based, although this is not shown directly. There are no markers telling whose turn it is; instead, the game will simply pause you as the enemy takes its turn. If there are no enemies around the game simply feels fluid. It“s when they are nearby taking turns that the character may appear to pause every so often. It“s a bit jarring when not in combat, and may annoy players. However, during a fight it“s easy to see how the turn based play works and it is helpful with planning your next move. As you engage in fights, weapons and armor start to degrade. From there, you can find new items or ways to repair them. One exciting aspect of The Pit is that there“s rarely one way to do anything. There are various bays that may be used to craft new goods, or others to heal and repair things. Of course, as many good things as exist to aid players there are also bad items such as traps around every corner. Crafting is an integral part of completing the game. Although you can craft curing potions or new gear, the most important is food. As your hunger bar dwindles, searching out a place to cobble up a meal becomes the only goal. Unfortunately, the game only provides one recipe (if you play the tutorial). There are over forty in all but the player is tasked with uncovering them all. As cool as this sounds, it plays out in much meaner fashion as failed attempts at making meals result in losing ingredients. At the start, ingredients are fairly rare to come by and it is almost painful to lose a batch due to a failed recipe attempt. This is true of using lab benches to craft other goods as well. How are you ever supposed to learn how to make things? The game actually has a way to do so, although it is a bit cumbersome. You see, there are pieces of information you“ll find around. As they are written in the alien Zuul language though they must first be translated. These Zuul documents provide important information, but some players may not recognize how to make use of them. The Pit makes no accommodations for newbies. This is a hardcore roguelike and as such it is sure to please fans. There is such a wealth to do and upgrade that it never feels like you“re saying the same game twice. Levels only grow larger and tougher the further you descend. This is a game that requires tons of time and dedication to make it to the bottom. Players who enjoy this sort of thing will find themselves spending hours trying to build characters just right so their next mission will succeed. Sword of the Stars: The Pit is just the game for those roguelike fans who enjoy statistics and unfriendly aliens. Pros: + Wealth of ways to build a character + Massive amount of crafting recipes to get new goods + Variety of weapons and modifications Cons: - Discovering recipes wastes many supplies - “Invisible” turn based system is annoying during exploration Overall Score: 8 (out of 10) Great Definitely check out Sword of the Stars: The Pit if you enjoy roguelikes with a sci-fi twist.
  21. Jordan Haygood

    WildStar Coming Our Way This Year

    If you've been wanting to play the upcoming MMO from NCSoft and Carbine Studio known as WildStar, it appears that a release window has officially been confirmed. This sci-fi MMO will be available sometime this year, according to executive producer Jeremy Gaffney in a recent WildStar blog post. The blog entry didn't say anything about when a closed beta, open beta, or the final product will be released. However, the post did state that the latest version of WildStar will be featured at Penny Arcade Expo East in March. Any further news remains to be seen. If you don't have a clue what this game even is, WildStar is an MMORPG with a sci-fi theme, featuring a path system that allows quest types to be determined by whatever class players begin the game with. For more on this game, check out this video: Are you looking forward to this MMO?