PXP004: Assassin’s Creed Unity, Truck Simulators and a Risk of Rain Giveaway

PXP004: Assassin’s Creed Unity, Truck Simulators and a Risk of Rain Giveaway

Erwin Vogelaar, Inge Loots and Fr. Roderick discuss the following games:

  • Assassin’s Creed Unity and Assassin’s Creed Rogue
  • Civilization Revolution V  vs. Beyond Earth
  • Euro Truck Simulator II
  • Lord of the Rings Online
  • Terraria

Dutch gamejournalist Erwin Vogelaar from www.gamebites.nl recently defended his masters thesis in religious studies on the topic of religious rituals in World of Warcraft (link: http://textbird.nl/)

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  1. Kevin

    Another great episode Fr. Roderick,Erwin, and Inge!.

    I was intrigued by Beyond Earth, but upon hearing Erwin’s review, I’ll wait for them to patch up the bugs.

    As a LOTR fan, I loved Lords of the Rings Online. Great music, graphics, environment, and it stays true to the canon. But I stopped around level 40. As a player of many MMORPGs, (I also played WOW), the MMOs tropes do get repetitive. It pretty much becomes collecting items and killing mobs.

    I heard great things about Terraria, but really didn’t know much about the game. After hearing good reviews from you three, it sounds like something I can get into.

    Thanks for another great PixelPlay episode.

  2. Scott

    Just to let people know Euro Truck Simulator 2 is 66% off right now in the steam store until November 26. It is normally $24.99 but for now it is $8.50.

  3. Rob van Zoest

    I love the item about Euro truck simulator. It get’s bored after a while but you can drive where ever you want. With a steering wheel it’s almost real. I also like the fact you can create your own company and hire drivers. Great episode!

  4. Hp Groeneveld

    Nice podcast! Nice to hear Eric speak english after listening to gamebites. Some games overlap in both shows, but you always hear some new info.

    Good to hear about the new class in lotro, Will def. Check it out.

    Keep up the good work!

    (p.s. Loose the jingles ;), they only frustrate you)

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