TB is going totally overboard over a minor fault in operation of Steam. I think it is great that he still works his channel even being a terminal cancer-patient, but it some point I believe he should be told (kindly) to step down and at least try to enjoy the time left granted him.There's was a time where TB was the go to for every serious PC-gamer. Now TB is just a lunatic on a soapbox of his own making.
Hi guys I haven't been very active around here recently and there's a good reason.
I've been working illustrating a kids book written by a friend of mine for a while and it's finally finished. We went the self-publishing route which involved fund raising and pretty much doing everything ourselves. Anyway, the hard work has paid off and the book is now available worldwide from here!
Standing as an interesting little indie offering, Dead in Bermuda sets out to give a different look on the tried and tested indie-trope of partybased survival. Like many of these games, the team behind it is based from somewhere in Russia. I think this to be a good thing as the dominance of Japan and North America in the industry isn't really taking the evolution of games and gaming forward.
Duskers is an underexposed game from the indiescene that refreshingly refuses to be indie. It has no nightly attacks involving unbalanced monsters, no 'retro' elements that totally miss the point of why the retro was the way it was, it has no punching trees on the first day, it has no bleeding unfair difficulty excused with 'rogue-like' and it has no zombies or braindead military experiments in badly lit asylums.