I'm fairly easy to get along with as long as you don't behave like a complete jackass, kann Deutsch, and have been a gamer most of my life. On YouTube, I make reviews of both modern and classic games as well as post gameplay videos, Let's Plays (where I play a game and provide commentary over it), and other stuff as well.
Welcome to my Steam Group, where anyone can join to get video updates, contact me, and get to know everyone else involved with my videos! You'll find two links here: one to my forums and the other to my YouTube channel.
On my YouTube channel you'll find...
-Reviews (Games from 2001 and newer graded on a 5-star scale)
-Classic Reviews (Games from 2000 and earlier graded by recommendation rather than an objective score)
-Let's Plays (Playthroughs of games with his commentary while he's playing)
-Gameplay Videos & Playthroughs
-Tutorials & Guides
-"My Thoughts On..." (Non-review opinions on a either a topic in general or a game after playing the beta or demo)
-How to Fail (gameplay gone wrong)
-A Random Assortment of Other Videos
So what's with the forums? Well... in addition to being completely free to join, there's space for just about everything game-related! There's all the stuff that I post about my videos and such, but in addition to that, there's plenty of spots to discuss your favorite games, systems, and even some other hobbies! Not only that, but YouTube subscribers get access to a special area of the forums just for them, where they can see what's in store for my next videos before anyone else!
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Dishonored is one of those very rare few games that comes along and is very polarizing depending on how you play it. For instance, I went through on a completely non-lethal playthrough and found it to be a slow-paced, often difficult, yet immensely satisfying experience... then went on a lethal playthrough and found it to be a short, easy, wisp of a game. Suffice to say the stealth mechanics usually work well, and the game gives you many, many ways to complete various objectives, with lots of clever ways to dispatch foes... but just as it encourages using all these, it discourages combat altogether with the chaos system. Ultimately despite its faults (which are few), Dishonored is a unique, extremely enjoyable game that I whole-heartedly recommend to any fan of stealth-action games, or anyone who's looking for something outside the current norm of gaming.
Morrowind is pretty much where the Elder Scrolls series hit its turning point. It offers what made Daggerfall great, but streamlines it a great deal and thus makes it much more accessible to new players. Despite a clunky combat system, greatly aged graphics, and a buggy nature, it's an enjoyable game where the prospect of exploring the alien world presented on the island of Vvardenfell offers new and interesting locales and inter-faction conflicts to experience. Definitely well worth getting,
As a departure from the linear FPS's that preceded it, Red Faction: Guerrilla takes place in a large, open world on Mars, where you fight the EDF for freedom. GeoMod technology provides for incredibly satisfying environmental destruction, and a variety of missions will keep you entertained for hours. That said, it's a bit of a one-trick pony, but what it does well is exceptionally entertaining.