Before I write any further, let's establish some vital ground rules:
So, Fortnite did something most of us never thought possible yesterday. That's right, they actually pulled the plug on the game, and left 250,000,000 players stranded and isolated, with only a scalp to scratch and a bucket to cry into for grievance sake. Well, I mean, I didn't need the bucket. In fact, I bloody hate Fortnite. So, I just sort of laughed when I heard the news.
When I was a kid, I received a copy of a game called The Legend of Zelda: A Link to The Past.
It is this sentimental value of iconic characters that developers bank on when they create themed games. By bringing these legendary figures back to life, game developers make a killing because people can’t resist an opportunity to play with their once favourite characters.
One of the biggest reasons why we all play videos games is for the sense of escapism, getting out of that nine to five mindset and letting go from all our trials and tribulations of modern-day life. And one of the best ways to do that is to totally immerse yourself in a world that is completely different to the one you currently inhabit. So what are the best games that are set in places that are far away from our current rural, suburban, or metropolitan areas?
What is there to do in Dank Cave?
Welcome back to another installment of the "Why not Do These?" series.
Deep Sea Fishing is yet another game that claims you can make real money just by playing a game. This time they are promising Amazon Gift Cards! Is this one legit... or is it another scam? I downloaded the app myself and I played the game just to let you know!
Many people have passions, and these are forged out of love, excitement, and unbridled enthusiasm.
As we all know, I am a bit of a Zelda fan, and have been for quite some time. It all began in 1992 (which is a longer time ago than I care to admit at this point!), when my dad bought A Link to The Past, but got annoyed with it and switched it off permanently. I was four years old at this point, and I started to play when he did this. However, what really hooked me in was Ocarina of Time, when my dad gave up (again!) at a particular point, my 10 year old self was introduced to the Water Temple. Instant love, despite it being that particular temple, and it steamrollered from there.
Normally, I have no problem playing video games. In fact, I remember growing up with CD-roms (ex. the Reader Rabbit CDs), and then I was introduced to a pink Gameboy Advance (which I had shared with my two sisters, even though I was the one that played with that device more than they did). And eventually, as a young adult, I bought games off of Steam, so that I can have games on my laptop computer.