Posted by: roosky in review, Roosky Plays Games 3 years, 7 months ago
I knew the Roosky Plays Games project was ambitious, especially after implementing the stats block and figuring out that if I played games 20 hours a week, every week, I would just be completing my current catalog in about 16 years. The first few games of the project were a little discouraging, only because they weren’t the games I started the project for. See, my catalog is full of games that I didn’t purchase specifically but got as part of a bundle. There are also a lot of very casual games. The first couple that I started playing -- Anodyne and Fractal -- were definitely in that group. I expected this, but also hoped to find some hidden gems. Titan Quest happily fits in the latter category.
Posted by: roosky 3 years, 7 months ago
I've played about 15 hours of Titan Quest already. Countless satyrs and harpies have fallen before me and my pet wolf, whom I've nicknamed Gerald. I was going to call him Cerberus, but I have a nasty feeling that would get confusing at some point in the game. I found an awesome set of armor, and had to grab a bunch of Strength buffs from the local vendor just to be able to wear it. You know that feeling.
Posted by: roosky in Roosky Plays Games 3 years, 8 months ago
The next game the Fates have presented me with is Titan Quest from now-defunct Iron Lore Entertainment. The game is 7 years old at this point, but I feel like it's the first "big" game I've gotten in my quest to play through my games catalog.
Three and a half hours and the main campaign in Fractal is behind me. For a $1.50 mobile game, it was very entertaining (and I'll probably keep playing on my phone as I have time).
Posted by: roosky 3 years, 8 months ago
I made a fun new tool to pick a random game from the library!
- Super Mario RPG
- Abandoned: Might and Magic Book One
- Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell
- Roosky Plays... Bridge It+
- The Treacherous Cliff of the Retro Game Difficulty Curve
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