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Erik Twice Reviews: Overwatch!

by Erik_Twice Wed Apr 10, 2013 9:18 am

Do you like cool games? THEN FOLLOW MY BLOG, DAMMIT :lol:

ERIK TWICE REVIEWS

REVIEWS
Boardgames:
Android: Netrunner - AAA
Arkham Horror - C
Chess - AAA
Chicago Express -AA
Fiasco - AA
Intrigue - AA
Republic of Rome, The - AAA
Videogames:
A-Train 9 (The Train Giant) - AA
Battle Garegga - AAA
Castlevania (A)
Cave Story (B)
Civilization: Beyond Earth - C
Dangun Feveron (AAA)
Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword
F-Zero - A
Gradius II - AAA
Grand Theft Auto V - D
Long Live the Queen - B
Magical Drop V - C
Organ Trail: Director's Cut - C
OutRun 2 SP (OutRun 2006: Coast 2 Coast) - AAA
Overwatch - A
Psychonauts - B
Theme Hospital - A
Thief II: The Metal Age - AAA
This War of Mine - D
Toe Jam & Earl - C
Truxton (A)
Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines - B
Xenonauts - AAA
Zombies ate my Neighbours (AA)

FEATURES

40 Games critics should play (Intro)
-> 40 Games critics should play (Pt. II)
-> 40 Games critics should play (Pt. III)
-> 40 Games critics should play (Pt. IV)
Ignorance is not Criticism
Game music to study and work by
Invisible hand of game design, The
Journalistic Distrust
Review Scores

ANALYSIS

Internal and External Balance
Team Fortress 2, a tale of incompetence
STG Weekly #83: Xevious

OTHER

Erik Twice in Review - The Third Year
Erik Twice in Review - The Fourth Year
Erik Twice in Review - The Fifth Year


FLASHBACK
My now finished retrogaming column at Snackbar Games, where I covered those games that slip below the radar and do something unique[/i]

Flashback (2012-2013)

THIEF II FAN MISSIONS
Missions
The Art of Thievery - A
Heist Society - A
Hidden Agenda - AA
Campaigns
Keeper of the Prophecies, A - D
Thief 2X: Shadows of the Metal Age - A
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Re: Erik Twice Reviews thread - Rod Land

by Stark Mon Apr 15, 2013 6:43 pm

So why is it twice? I don't get it? Seems like a decent layout, I'll check it out from time to time.
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Re: Erik Twice Reviews thread - Rod Land

by d123456 Tue Apr 16, 2013 4:22 pm

The ps1 got a jaleco collection with the nes Rod.Land port.
Still trying to find that iso......
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Re: Erik Twice Reviews thread - Rod Land

by Erik_Twice Tue Apr 16, 2013 4:38 pm

Stark wrote:So why is it twice? I don't get it? Seems like a decent layout, I'll check it out from time to time.

I decided to make a new thread because everything is now at a different URL. I'll delete the old one shortly.

Getting a nice website is harder than it looks, many things are not apparent until you spend a lot of time learning how to do it and I don't have a graphic designer to help me with the pictures :lol:

Glad you like it!

d123456 wrote:The ps1 got a jaleco collection with the nes Rod.Land port.
Still trying to find that iso......

That sounds hard to find. Have to say I haven't compared the versions to see which one is the best as I got to know the game through a friend.
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Re: Erik Twice Reviews thread - Rod Land

by Ivo Wed Apr 17, 2013 3:08 am

I think Stark wanted to know why you named it "Erik Twice", not why you posted on a 2nd thread.

I figured it was just your actual name or a nickname.

General_Norris wrote:
Stark wrote:So why is it twice? I don't get it? Seems like a decent layout, I'll check it out from time to time.

I decided to make a new thread because everything is now at a different URL. I'll delete the old one shortly.

Getting a nice website is harder than it looks, many things are not apparent until you spend a lot of time learning how to do it and I don't have a graphic designer to help me with the pictures :lol:

Glad you like it!

d123456 wrote:The ps1 got a jaleco collection with the nes Rod.Land port.
Still trying to find that iso......

That sounds hard to find. Have to say I haven't compared the versions to see which one is the best as I got to know the game through a friend.
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Re: Erik Twice Reviews thread - Rod Land

by Erik_Twice Wed Apr 17, 2013 3:29 am

Ivo wrote:I think Stark wanted to know why you named it "Erik Twice", not why you posted on a 2nd thread.

I figured it was just your actual name or a nickname.

Yes it is my name :lol:
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Re: Erik Twice Reviews thread - Rod Land

by tintinmayo Wed Apr 17, 2013 4:54 am

he's so manly, they named him twice! :lol:
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Re: Erik Twice Reviews thread - Rod Land

by Erik_Twice Wed Apr 17, 2013 5:29 am

tintinmayo wrote:he's so manly, they named him twice! :lol:

Not the first time I've heard that :lol:
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Re: Erik Twice Reviews thread - Rod Land

by Ivo Wed Apr 17, 2013 6:17 am

General_Norris wrote:
tintinmayo wrote:he's so manly, they named him twice! :lol:

Not the first time I've heard that :lol:


That's what she said.

Or something.
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Re: Erik Twice Reviews thread - Rod Land

by Erik_Twice Wed Apr 17, 2013 8:01 am

By the way, don't shy of giving some criticism or commenting anything here. Feedback is hard to come by and I really respect the opinions of you guys.
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