We’re back! A dotEXE story! This week we talk about Gotham Knights, Disney Dreamlight Valley, PlateUp, Overcooked, Cult of the Lamb, Mcdonald’s Adult Happy Meals, and more!
This week’s topic: Video Game Myths. What are your thoughts? Let us know! Leave a comment or send us an email at dotEXE at savingcontent.com. You can even reach out to us on Twitter or Facebook at @savingcontent.
We got a lot of discussion on this one! The crew talks about the death of the Sky Bees 2 server and what that may mean for their Minecraft play in the future. Theres even more to talk about with Disney Dreamlight Valley. We dive into some talk of Cult of the Lamb, Tower of Fantasy, Subway Surfers, Tomb of the Mask, Kawaii Kitchen and way way more!
This week’s topic: How Have Early Gaming Experiences Evolved? What are your thoughts? Let us know! Leave a comment or send us an email at dotEXE at savingcontent.com. You can even reach out to us on Twitter or Facebook at @savingcontent.
Charles Manson is famous for saying “Death is the greatest form of love.” Losing a follower is a big hit, but knowing that they allowed me to get an additional skill or unlock is all love. As someone who’s ran a cult for 50-something in-game days, I can attest to this – I never thought I’d agree with a cult leader, but here we are. Cult of the Lamb is both a game of cuteness with darkness overload, full of ambition without any of the shortcomings. The game is both a roguelike and a colony management sim, which is hell to keep things running, but it’s heaven when you’ve got it all figured out and automated most of it. Massive Monster blends two genres seamlessly and Cult of the Lamb comes together to be a cohesive whole that will have many flocking to play it.