It has been about a year since Chivalry 2 launched, and while we meant to get a review out, life has just been…well, medieval. So, instead of beating myself up, I thought we might switch up the perspective on o […]
V Rising launched on May 17th and I’ve successfully put about 50 hours into the game. I don’t think I’ve gone this hard or messed up my sleep schedule this terribly since Conan Exiles first launched. Admittedly, I […]
Came looking for the review but didn’t see one & saw this.
I get more of a Valheim, New World blend than Diablo (WITH MOUNTS.) Less chaos than dungeon grinders. It’s fun as a duo game on our own server & perhaps one of the games in the longest of times where my weapon & ability upgrades make an absolute difference to blood tracking bosses. If I had a wishlist it would be that I could get armors pieces off the NPC’S to wear. I’m hoping their is indoor stairs & second levels at some stage & more of a focus on the vampire part. Need more treasure finding flair, court session drama & saving love vibes.
Hope you’re good Emily.
I wish i even had time to play this at all. everyone is raving about is and im desperate to get some time in. Wonder if itll hold people for long?
Miss you, Kelley! ♥
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