I am just chomping at the bit for a good sandbox survival game. There are a billion out there but none of done it right in my eyes, that is why it is still such a hot topic, because everyone has got a taste of it but noone has perfected it.
Yeah, this game has wonderful ideas...but it's got the same problem all other MMORPGs have...To What End? Why? Is it a real civilization? No. Does it have a good story? Probably not, unless you take the time (work, work work) to make one...
Yeah I agree with you on all points there, other than the vauxal or block system or whatever, doesn't really bother me, it is an easy way to represent depletion and addition of physical matter, it is the only way you can really make a game that has a
Looks like Mortal Online with a few new features.. The blocky mining system is silly, doesn't really work for a game other than Minecraft-styled ones. The world is very barren (dev version, right) but it would be pretty cool to see player...
Welcome to The World Z, a multi-game gaming community with roots in DayZ Epoch.
We offer a PvZ experience on a private DayZ Epoch server.
We play a variety of other MMORPG/MMOTPS/MMOFPS and are always looking to bring new people into the fold. As new games that interest us come out we will branch into and support our members, giving stability and a place to call home
Our mission statement is to provide an enjoyable environment with PvP when you want it, not to have it forced on you at every single turn. The people here still enjoy PvP, but also place a high value on the survival aspect of these games.
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Or so says Rocket, now that he's calmer and PC Gamer has apologized for and removed an article stating that the standalone was delayed due to poor optimization and bugs. The initial article is archived here, and you can read the apology from PC Gamer here. The posts Rocket made on reddit that inspired the article are archived here. The drama played out in real-time on reddit and Twitter, where Rocket was comforted by the loving embrace of his fanboys. It seems that Rocket's self-imposed ban on social media was short-lived - the vast number of posts indicate he's been holding court on reddit for the past two weeks. And of course Twitter is necessary for zingers like this:
What do you get when you put together 900 chopped wood and 200
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Clearly this is the wrong place to trick or treat in your zombie
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