Five years ago, Rogue Legacy was just released. The game was amazing, if you ever played it back then. It didn’t change, for many years, before it finally came back in a fifth year anniversary update, surprising many people in the process – Me included. I mention quite frequently how I like to get a game to completion, then to go ahead and mark it as 100%. With the update, Rogue Legacy became one of the titles I was at 100% complete on, to nearly 100%. If you’ve never heard of Rogue Legacy before, read on for a bit of a summary of what the game’s about, as well as some information on the update.
This year, I seemingly have gotten a bit more serious about my 100% ventures in game. I got so serious, I managed to get 100% of achievements on Skyrim. When I finished Skyrim, I knew I had to get a new game and I wanted to go for a way different genre. I thought about games I say I really like, but hadn’t really committed the time required to get really good at. Then, my mind went back to Owlchemy and Dejobaan Games’ AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for the Awesome, a title about freefalling from floating buildings whilst flipping off or thanking fans… And tagging buildings.
There truly is a game for every niche…
They’re sticky, they’re gooey and they’re just about everywhere. Slimes are a staple monster in nearly all fantasy games. They make their presence known to the media in all sorts of manners, from your classic blobs to your not so classic Flubber. Sentient beings that are all slimy and goop-like… Yuck! But let’s not lie to ourselves here… We know they’re coming and we respect that they’re useful to get our levels up!
Run yourself a bath as we’re about to get really sticky, as well look through Timlah’s very own Top 10 Slimes in Gaming!
As you sit down at your computer, or your console, you stare at your list or your collection of games and have to consider to yourself: Which game is worth my time right now? What game do I want to play?
For me, I’m an avid fan of the current surge of indie games that have been coming out since about 2010, hence I am so excited for what I’m attending in just a few weeks. With this said however, sometimes you don’t just want to beat the game; you want to beat it properly! This is what I’ve been working on in some of my spare time recently, properly beating a game that I’m quite a fan of. What do I mean by properly, though? Of course I mean beating it for everything it ever had within it!