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Kivi's Underworld

Saturday, January 03, 2009 by TheDoc || [0 Comments]

Kivi's Underworld I recently had the pleasure of playing this little gem of a game. It's been a long time since I've been able to pick up a game, install it in about a minute or two, and be up and running playing a game that is pretty fun. First, this game only weights in at a little over 100 megs. At first, I was a little skeptical since most games are now a cd to a dvd big, and some that size are pretty bad. I got this installed as I said, in about a minute or so, which surprised me again. Now with the little size, along with the fast install, I'm thinking thing might not be a good thing (I guess the 45 minute wow updates have me beat lol). So, with that said, I start up the game, not sure really what to expect (I didn't look at the website much, so I didn't get any pre-conceived ideas about the game, graphics, etc.)

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Space Force: Rogue Universe

Monday, August 20, 2007 by TheDoc || [3 Comments]

Space Force: Rogue Universe Constantly rumored to be extinct, space combat sims are a rare breed these days. Yet, Space Force: Rogue Universe aims to change the fortune of recent games that were over-hyped and delivered less than promised. Boasting a wide variety of ships, weapons and races, as well as an incredible graphics engine, the entire galaxy is your playground as you choose what to do, from creating a formidable trade empire, to becoming an intergalactic diplomat, to turning your laser cannons against everyone as a widely hated space pirate.

Space Force 2 can be played in either of two modes– Story mode or Free mode. In Story mode, you follow Jim Anderson, an EMD pilot trying to find his lost sister. You watch as Jim’s father is killed in space while Jim and his sister are still children. Fast forward a number of years, and the siblings have grown apart. When Jim hears troubling news concerning his sister, he knows he must do whatever it takes to find her and make her safe. However, you can follow the story arc at your leisure while dabbling in any of the other elements the game offers. Free mode is exactly as it sounds: you are free to simply explore the galaxy, trading goods, fighting battles and accepting side quests while making both friends and enemies. This open-ended nature allows you to enjoy Space Force 2 however you see fit.

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