Game: Tabletop Simulator
Made by: Berserk Games
Published by: Berserk Games
Available for: PC, Mac
There’s not much to write about Tabletop Simulator, but that’s not to say I don’t enjoy it. I’ve had hours (>32) of fun with the title, but it’s a game that needs little explanation. Tabletop Simulator allows you to load up a virtual table with a group of friends, load in a board or card game, and play seamlessly.
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Game: Wolfenstein: The New Order
Made by: Machine Games
Published by: Bethesda Softworks
Available on: PC, Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
I bought Wolfenstein during a Steam Sale in 2014 looking for a gripping single-player shooting experience. I played the first few levels and enjoyed them, but time took me away. This last month, I finally got around to completing the game, just in time for the release of its sequel. In the past I’ve moved through single-player games slowly, playing a level or two here and there, but my second playthrough of Wolfenstein had me hooked, and I found myself squeezing in a level wherever I could, finishing the game in just a few days.
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Made by: Re-Logic
Published by: Re-Logic
Available for: PC, Mac, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Wii U, Switch, 3DS, iOS, Android
According to Steam’s statistics, I’ve spent 697+ hours of my life playing Terraria.
With over 20 million copies sold, Terraria is the second best-selling PC game of all time, beat out only by Minecraft. Six years after its release, Terraria regularly maintains tens of thousands of concurrent players on Steam, an impressive number for a game you probably picked up on sale for $2.50.
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