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Posted on Jan 26th 2021 at 08:00:00 AM by (singlebanana)
Posted under playcast, Bioshock 2, playthrough, November, 2020, Concertcast


In this month's episode of the Playcast, Rich (singlebanana) and Shawn (GrayGhost81) play the highly-anticipated sequel to 2K's Bioshock franchise, with Bioshock 2.  You'll get full insight into the story, gameplay mechanics, graphics, and the game's haunting OST and sound effects. In their final thoughts, the guys will also discuss how this sequel stacks up to the original that they played and covered two years ago. In the Concertcast segment, we time travel once again and take on the BEST OF THE YEAR IN MUSIC for  2001.  Which albums are must owns for this year, tune in and find out!

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Posted on Sep 15th 2016 at 08:00:00 AM by (slackur)
Posted under Expectations make us weird., No Mans Sky, BioShock 2, Monster 4X4, Happy Feet Two, I actually thought BvS was alright.


If you have yet to play it, you probably know No Man's Sky for two things.  First, for the gigantic expectations surrounding it.  And two, if you believe a collective online mantra, an apparently gigantic let-down.

I'll be direct; if you are caught up in the first, you may fall into the second.  Not because No Man's Sky is not worthwhile, but because that's just how expectations tend to play out.  Considering four out of five members of our family are hooked on No Man's Sky (and the fifth is too young to play, so he just watches) it is safe to say our house has an incredibly positive opinion of the game.

But I'm not writing this to repeat Crabby's excellent article about enjoying a game despite a common antagonistic theme against it.  And anyway, No Man's Sky is doing well and already has some ardent defenders.  I'd like to write about what my boss said when I asked if he had yet played No Man's Sky:  "Yes," he sighed, "Way too much.  I've spent so long playing that game already.  I don't know why I keep playing it."  He's also said the same of his time in World of Warcraft and a few mobile games he plays frequently.


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