Monthly Archives: April 2011

Steam’s Potato Sack Part 4

The penultimate post about Steam’s Potato sack sees yet another game I hate, one I quite like, and one that’s “Meh”. In this case, though, the “Hate” was “Meh” for a while, and the “Meh” is so close to being … Continue reading

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Steam’s Potato Sack Part 3

Part three of my trip into Steam’s Potato Sack sees the same formula as the last two. Three games; one I hate, one I like and one that comes in the middle. Killing Floor I suppose this might actually be … Continue reading

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On Skyrim V: Stronger Together

One of the features of The Elder Scrolls from Daggerfall onwards has been Factions; organisations that you can (often) join, each with an associated set of quests, and a hierarchy of ranks through which you can progress. Fighters, Mages and … Continue reading

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Steam’s Potato Sack Part 2

Time for the next set of three games from the Potato Sack. See here for part one if you missed it. It’s worth saying that I’m not trying to write proper reviews: I’m writing down my initial feelings after playing … Continue reading

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Steam’s Potato Sack Part 1

Yes, it’s another post that mentions Steam, but on the other hand it’s a post that isn’t about Skyrim, so give me a break here. Steam has become the standard for the online purchasing of games, much as Amazon has … Continue reading

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On Skyrim IV: We the People

Part 4 of my general wishlist/ramble through memory lane takes us to the NPCs that populate the game world. A lot of bytes have been spilled on this topic. Some people prefer NPCs to have individual dialogue and some hate … Continue reading

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