Avadon 2: The Corruption Updated
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 2 comments
Spiderweb Software has announced the release of version 1.0.1 of Avadon 2: The Corruption. The update fixes several bugs, including one which made a major NPC disappear. Avadon 2 returns players to the Black Fortress where they will have to decide whether to aid the beleaguered Avadon or assist those attempting to destroy it.
We have updated Avadon 2: The Corruption to v1.0.1 on our site for Macintosh and Windows. This update fixes a number of issues, including a weird bug that could make a major NPC disappear. We will update the versions on Steam, GOG.com, etc very soon. If you get Avadon 2 from our site, just download the v1.0.1 demo and install it over v1.0. This will fix the problems and not affect your registration/saved games. Get the updated Demo.For more information follow the links below.
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Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition Reviewed
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 1 comment
Hardcore Gamer has posted a new review of Overhaul Games' Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition. The game includes the original Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn and the Throne of Bhaal expansion, as well as four new party members, a variety of new areas to explore, the new Black Pits 2: Gladiators of Thay arena combat adventure, and a host of bug fixes and performance improvements.
From the review:
The amount of content of Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition is absolutely staggering. Not only do you get the main Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn, but also the expansion packs, Throne of Bhaal and combat centric Black Pits 2: Gladiators of Thay along with four new NPC characters that you can recruit to your party. Just the main game alone has hours upon hours of real actual gameplay, with a meaty and epic main quest and side quests that seem to never end. The story is as epic and memorable, with NPC driven dialogue filling in the lulls with either humorous banter or serious relationship building inquiries. The inner party dialogue is of course dependent on who you have in your party, which can vary quite a bit because there are so many to choose from giving Baldur’s Gate II a ridiculous level of replay value.Check out the full article at the page below.
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Tour The World In Farm Mania: Hot Vacation
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Farm Mania: Hot Vacation from Realore Studios is available now for purchase and download at Mac Game Store. The game sends players around the world to help Anna take part in challenging farm contests across the globe.
Set out on a world tour together with Anna and her family in Farm Mania: Hot Vacation! Farm Mania: Hot Vacation is available now for $6.99 (USD).
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This time you’re given a unique opportunity to take part in challenging farming contests held in different parts of the world. Spend the greatest vacation ever traveling around Australia, Egypt and China, look after rare animals and take care of exotic plants! Help Anna grow pineapples and cacao beans, breed camels and ostriches, make tequila and sushi to win the first prizes in the upcoming farming competitions!
Learn new skills, buy advanced equipment and keep upgrading your farm in this challenging time management game. Dive into hours of unforgettable farming fun in Farm Mania: Hot Vacation!
- 59 challenging levels
- 11 hidden object mini-games
- 3 episodes in Australia, Egypt and China
- Variety of upgrades and bonuses
- Take part in farming contests!
- 2 modes – casual and arcade
- Mac OS X 10.6 or later
- Intel Mac
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CCE Reviews Bioshock Infinite: Burial At Sea - Episode 1
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Control Command Escape has posted a new review of BioShock Infinite: Burial At Sea - Episode 1, the first part of a new DLC adventure for the popular story driven shooter. Burial At Sea features a story set in Rapture, the location of the previous games in the series. This time players will get to experience the city as it was before its fall from grace.
Burial at Sea is successful terms of melding Rapture’s BioShocks with Columbia’s Infinite. We’re back to using plasmids, but they work much like the vigors in Infinite. The locations are more varied than in Columbia, thanks to an assortment of pristine, flooded and derelict buildings. You’re allowed to carry multiple weapons once more, and cycle between them, as if this was somehow a limitation of high altitude, and a new, genuinely interesting weapon is even thrown in. We get to use the skyhook (by another name) for melee and aerial assaults. There’s even something of a stealth mechanic, whereby you can creep up on unsuspecting enemies and take them out. And there’s the articles of clothing which inexplicably grant you superpowers. It really does seem to take the best of all three games and still find ways to surprise you. The only real issue I had was that the checkpointing was just awful, and there were times where I’d returned to the game to find my progress set back by 20 minutes or so.Head over to the page below for more.
Control Command Escape: Burial At Sea Review
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