This week on Custom Craft, Mike and Nick play a round of squadron tower defense. Different to most tower defense games, this one features teamwork based 4v4 gameplay. What makes the game the most addictive and challenging is the complexity of managing your minerals and vaspeen gas while using one of the many builders available. Unfortunately I cannot tell you how all of this comes together, so you will have to watch the video to find out.
We would also like to announce that we will be changing Custom Craft to Tuesdays. The change gives us more time to play and prepare these weekly videos.
Today, Mike takes a quick look at the Warhammer 40k: Space Marine demo. This short demo provides about 15 minutes of gameplay, split between two missions. Read on for some extra thoughts and information on the game. Continue reading →
This here is our quick look at Deus Ex: Human Revolution. The game released on August 23rd, 2011 and features some awesome stealth/RPG/FPS action with a heavy story-driven narrative. Have a look at the video and see just what this game is all about.
Good day everyone, we’ve got some new Custom Craft for you this week! Joined by our “special” guest, Etienne, Mike and Nick look at Monobattles, a custom game for StarCraft 2 with a very simple concept. Monobattles is a 4v4 game where each player chooses one attacking unit to build for the entire round. It makes for some very interesting strategic battles and is worth looking at for any StarCraft 2 player.
Mike and I are finally unveiling our new weekly series: Custom Craft. We’ll be posting a new video featuring a custom game in StarCraft 2 every Friday. Together, we will talk about the game so you can see how it works.
In this video me and Nick got together to play some Bad Company 2. We figured by now most people have already played Bad Company 2, so we instead focused on the future of the franchise with Battlefield 3. Taking into account our extensive experience of the Battlefield franchise, we discuss the defining points of the series and how they should evolve for the next release.
It’s existence has been questioned, but after being in development for over a decade the game is finally here. As impressive as that may be, the fact that I have completed the game in its entirety is even more so. But after spending several hours in Duke Nukem Forever, was it any good ?