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Is God your steering wheel or your spare tire?
Is God your steering wheel or your spare tire?

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Harvest Moon: Lil’ Farmers is a great way to get youngsters into the series with the simplified chores and visual interface that does not require reading skills. There is only one field to tend to and the crops can be intermixed without worry of seasons or lack of watering to kill them off. The seeds are dropped into an available square and the watering bucket needs to be dragged over the prompt for all of the thirsty plants. I like how you can water and fertilize multiple plants at once. The trowel is used for harvesting everything be it cabbage, corn, onions, potatoes, pumpkins, strawberries, and turnips.

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What is one of the first things that comes to mind when the idea of Virtual Reality (VR) flits through your imagination? Virtual roller coasters, of course! And honestly, there are quite a few on Steam, as this is a pretty common idea. American VR Coasters is a decent attempt for a low price, if you are looking for something to scare your friends with.

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In an era of first person shooters, driving simulators, and MMOs, city building games are a rare breed. There are many gamers who played hundreds, if not thousands, of hours over several years perfecting their city building skills. SimCity was not the first but it was the most successful franchise in this genre. As it has lost its luster, fans of this genre have been hoping for a new franchise to come in and outdo the former city building leader; thus enters Cities: Skylines. This game has been an answered dream to many fans who have been waiting so long to play something that is so familiar, yet a little different.

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Only by the Grace of God tells the true story of the Brink family who lived in the Philippines and became prisoners of war during World War II. Each of the twelve chapters are told from the three perspectives of the children: Bill, Bob, and Pam. Some of the minor details are different in the accounts, but the main events are told in vivid detail. This family went through a lot of suffering and as the title suggests, they only survived by the grace of God.

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Super Pixel Smash is perhaps one of the simplest VR games I have played yet. It's basically racquetball inside of a fairly large rectangular room, where your goal is to hit as many of the blue squares as possible with a ball that floats in front of you. You hit the ball with your primary hand, and you can suck it towards you with your off hand. As you continually hit these squares, you build up combos and your score. Your goal is nothing more than to get the highest score on the leaderboard.

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Offensive Combat: Redux! is a solid first person shooter that offers your typical Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, and Capture the Flag game modes. With the in-game currency you can customize your character’s appearance with a plethora of options to choose from. Some of the selections include a banana, panda, alien, rooster, or even a "Donald Drumpf" mask. You begin the game with a decent amount of starting money, but you can earn more by simply shooting your opponents in game. Weapon upgrades can be done in a similar fashion.

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Mustache in Hell is a fairly standard twin-stick shooter: you fend off hordes of enemies at first with a nigh-useless pistol, with more effective but temporary weapons spawning in at semi-regular intervals. Officer Mustache has access to primary and secondary weapons: the former includes Uzis, shotguns, flamethrowers and machine guns; the latter alternates between grenades and proximity mines. There is a decent variety of enemies, though most charge you and take swings in melee range – a few bigger enemies can dash, a select few spit slow-moving bullets, and mini- and full-fledged bosses have a wider variety of deadlier attacks.

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Due to the stability issues, bad controls, and lackluster gameplay I can’t recommend Moero Chronicles to anyone who is looking for anything more than soft porn. There’s plenty of reasons why Christians shouldn’t play this game, but I’m struggling to find a reason why anyone should play it in the first place. In the end, Moero Chronicles’ gameplay is as shallow as its target audience.

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Procedural generation, roguelike elements, simplistic graphics: among indie games, these elements are legion. The game joins its contemporaries by using the high difficulty, permadeath, and general item randomness that define roguelikes. Unexplored embraces these and other cliches such as unidentified magical scrolls, unexplained altars, and cryptic notes left by previous explorers. All this takes place in the classic procedural Dungeon of Doom where stairs in the volcano can lead to a prison which leads to a library which leads to a jungle which leads to an ice cave. Unexplored goes back to its roots and, in so doing, emerges as an accessible and engaging throw-back to the ASCII dungeon delves of yore.

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The PC release of Trials of Cold Steel is XSEED's second from scratch PC port, with the many lessons from their first port coming into place here. They also hired the legendary PC modder Durante to take the port they got from their porting studio and vastly improve it. They wrote about that on one of their blogs, which is worth reading. Honestly, having played this port for a while, it is a truly excellent version. It supports custom resolutions, unlimited frame rates, massive detail enhancements including unlimited draw distance, MSAA, and more. And, five thousand new voice acted lines. On top of all that, they added Turbo Mode, which allows one to more quickly skip through some of the slower content. One of the best PC ports on recent memory, and clearly the definitive edition of this game.
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